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The recently released Aspire Odyssey Mini kit came to market as a direct competitor to the highly popular Kanger Subox Mini and now Kanger Topbox Mini and Topbox Nano kits. The Odyssey kit comes with the Pegasus Mini mod which is a 50 watt temperature control device. It uses a single 18650 battery and can be charged with micro usb or and external charger. The tank is the newer Aspire Triton Mini which is a 2ml capacity tank with coils that are compatible with the Aspire Nautilus and Nautilus Mini.
With a firing range of .2ohm up to 3.0ohm it has a wide range that is suitable for all vapers. The Triton Mini may not hit like the Topbox Nano due to less air flow but it is perfectly suitable for any vapor. The Triton Mini is a top fill tank that can use your standard kanthal coils or Ni200 temperature control coils. The kit and tank is a very small and compact design and many people may feel the 2ml tank is a bit small, however due to the restrictions in air flow and smaller coils sizes most people will not be using this at 50 watts and down at .2ohms which will save ejuice and battery life. It's not necessirly setup to be a hard hitting cloud chucking machine like the Kanger Topbox kits but more of a great all day vaping device getting great flavor and decent clouds. It's a nice change of pace from all the super sub ohm mods and tanks hitting the market, it will allow the sub ohm vaper to get a good vape while also allowing those moving from the older ego style devices in to something better without going full out sub ohm cloud chucking vaping.