The Aspire AVP is a refillable pod kit that offers new users a simple device as an introduction to vaping. For the more experienced user, it acts as a discreet kit that’s ideal for travelling with or keeping as a back-up. Powered by a large capacity 700mAh battery, it uses 2ml refillable pods fitted with coils that create a discreet amount of cloud - for mouth to lung vaping.
Its slim profile and compact design are complemented by a simple operation. There are no menu systems or interfaces to navigate, when filled and charged inhale activation allows for vapour production when you inhale on the mouthpiece.
While the AVP has been designed for mouth to lung vaping, you can further control cloud production by selecting one of the three power output modes. If you're unsure which is right for you, start on the lowest and work your way up. You can change mode by using the small button on the device, with the LED indicating which mode has been selected.
The refillable AVP 2ml pods give you greater freedom when it comes to finding your ideal flavour, as you can use your choice of eliquid. When it comes to pairing with an eliquid, we recommend a higher PG blend that's 50% PG or higher.
Each pod arrives fitted with a 1.2 Ohm vape coil, this coil uses NiChrome wire that heats faster for a boost in flavour. Overall the Aspire AVP is a reliable pod kit that combines a compact design with battery life and performance.
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By Gordon from Kent
For me, this is a welcome addition to aspire's range of pod systems for its simplicity, feel and design. For me, the design of this is far superior to that of the breeze 1 & 2, the nautilus AIO, spryte or cobble. Whereas some of the others had a cheap feel in the hand, this feels like a more premium device.
I have experienced no leaking with this device
fixed wattage output at 8/10/12 watts
draw activated firing is responsive
The mouth piece is comfortable
2 pods included
The hit is incredibly consistent
The fill method can be tricky with larger bottle tips
The flavour is mid range of pod systems for me
No adjustable airflow
Loose MTL draw
I enjoy the fill method, with no messing around with rubber plugs or unscrewing anything, however you have to be careful to not spill liquid over the entire pod if you're not pressing down hard enough on the fill port.
Compared to the Caliburn, I'm really struggling deciding where my preference lies. I much prefer the mouth piece on this device, the fixed wattage output and the consistent hit it gives every time. However, the caliburn has much better flavour and the draw activated firing is much more sensitive than the AVP.
This is however fit for purpose of helping people transition away from smoking as its so simple with no coil changes and no worries about coil resistances etc. you just fill the pod up, place it in the device and go. If you're looking for a tight MTL though (more like a cigarette draw) I would skip this one.