The Aspire Nautilus 2S vape tank is the successor to the original Nautilus 2 tank. Featuring a 2ml capacity and a top filling mechanism, the Nautilus 2s has a redesigned airflow system with a large wide slot for sub ohm vaping. This allows the user to personalise their inhale to their preference and coil choice.
Utilising the Nautilus coils, the 2S has taken all the versatile qualities of the popular Natitulus tank in a sub ohm format. If you're not a fan of sub ohm vaping, the tank also comes with the option of a 1.8 Ohm coil, for those familiar with a direct to lung draw complete with a tighter, wider airflow.
Boasting a top fill mechanism, simply unscrew the top cap and push to reveal the self-sealing silicone slot. This makes things virtually leak free and makes refilling an easy process. Featuring a 510 connection pin, this tank is compatible with a range of mods.
We recommend using high VG eliquids of 70% and above for the 0.4 Ohm coil whilst the 1.8 Ohm coil performs best with high PG eliquids of 50% and above.
Important information about sub ohm vaping:
This vape tank is intended for sub ohm vaping. Sub ohm tanks require a greater amount of knowledge and experience to use safely. They use specially designed sub ohm vape coils that register below 1.0 Ohm resistance, for use at higher wattages.
We recommend that when sub ohm vaping, you do not use an e-liquid that has higher than a 6mg nicotine strength, this will be too harsh on the throat. Sub ohm vaping produces more vapour and because of this, an increased throat hit. You should pair tanks like this with a high VG e-liquid, that is 60% VG or higher.
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By Gary from Porth
I am a big fan of the Nautilus mini, so I was excited to try the new Nautilus 2. Aesthetically it's very pleasing and looks like a throwback to the original bell shaped Nautilus and Nautilus mini and the airflow settings are really well placed.
The tank can use sub-ohm coils as well as standard mouth to lung coils and both work well, providing oddles of flavour though I think you will go through a lot of liquid when sub-ohming.
Personally I prefer the 1.8 ohm coils at a setting of 20W and I must say the flavour produced is intensely satisfying.
Top filling is simplicity with no mess and the steel shell that protects the glass is wonderful to look at - it's got a kind of cyberpunk vibe going on.
This is one badass tank.
By Giles from Sussex
The tank is fine, it's well put together and looks sleek. There is a lot of features I didn't like though. To change your coil there's this annoying cog you have to push and twist, so you inevitably get your hands covered in liquid. The top fill is a tiny little hole, which most bottles won't fit inside, except the really long thin ones. The flavour is amazing for an mtl though. But that's down to the coils. I'll keep using it because of the coils. It's a great example of over engineering though.
By tkaplanis from Brighthon
Terrible!! I have Nautilus 2 (thank good for that) I bought this one and I am very disappointed.
I can’t use it! It has two major problems, first is that self-sealing silicone slot makes refilling a nightmare UNLESS if you use bottles with a very thin nose or a syringe, most of the bottles don’t fit in that narrow slot. Second is there is always a small leak between the coil and the 510 base, it works as an Isolation and the coil is not working (no atomizer error)
By Wayne from Somerset
Me and the wife have got a tank each and can’t really fault it, the airflow is spot on, refilling is so easy, doesn’t leak, we both prefer the 0.7 coil to the 0.4 and the flavour is great, aspire really do know how to make a really good MTL tank.
Fantastic tank. No more having to wipe juice off after refilling like the nautilus 2 and proper top filling with no need to take the tank off your mod. I find changing the coil easy unlike others. Airflow is improved too plus you now have the option of direct to lung
By Rob from Uk
This tank has some great features and some not so great.
The good are, the fill system, nautilus coils (0.7 is the best) and air flow adjustment.
The bad are, coil replacement (getting the bottom to unscrew is a nightmare) and the glass windows could be bigger.
I would still recommend this tank but now the aspire tigon is out go for that. The tigon takes the good points and improves them and doesn’t suffer from the bad points.
By Darth Vaper from London
A big improvement on the N2.
The new Top Fill Hatch, makes it so much easier to fill, less messy and has hugely reduced the leaking on the N2. However the fill hole is very small, those using Pipettes will struggle.
The New 0.4 coil offers a lung hit - but nothing compared to a traditional Sub Ohm tank. You can get a MTL hit off the 0.4, but they haven't got a patch on the 0.7 and personally I find this coil and option pointless for a tank renowned for MTL.
The airflow now offers a large opening for a lung hit too, but is too airy for a MTL- thankfully you can close it off. However I find the airflow too loose, I would prefer it to click and lock into place.
I love the drip tip, it gives a satisfying puff a suits a MTL draw perfectly.
I hate the new Child Lock to remove the coil, it's fiddly, sharp and a pain in the butt. But thankfully I don't have to do this too often.
I love the overall design and look of the tank, it's the best looking Nautilus and easiest to fill by far. But it's not the best performing Nautilus -
that will always go to the Nautilus Mini. It may look old and odd now, but it has the best airflow design, zero leaking and gave the perfect MTL draw that Aspire have not been able to replicate for over 5 years.