The Nugget AIO By Artery Previewed
The Artery Nugget AIO is the latest kit from a company who have been making some solid little kits.
In case you are wondering what “AIO” stands for it means “All In One” – similar to a pod mod kit – where the tank and mod can only be used together – not interchangeable with other devices.
The main device is where the 1500mAh internal battery lives and there is a variable wattage output of between 5 and 40W.
A screen on the side of the device displays all the user data – but the screen size is not stated.
To charge the battery there is an included USB Type C charging cable and you can charge at a rate of up to 1.5A so should charge quicker than older micro USB devices.
The tank is removable and is held into the battery component using magnets.
You can refill the tank with up to 2ml of your own e-liquid and you can change the coil.
To achieve the required airflow to enable the kit to suit different vaping styles there are two adjustable airflow ring coil bases – both are included in the kit:
- Base A – this is for DTL coils and comes with a 0.4ohm mesh coil installed
- Base B – this is for MTL coils and comes with a 1.4ohm coil installed.
There are also other coil options which are compatible with the Pal 2 and Pal 2 Pro – 0.6ohm mesh and 1ohm.
There are 4 colours to choose from: Red, Blue, Black and Gunmetal.
- Artery Nugget AIO mod
- 0.4ohm Mesh coil and base A
- 1.4ohm Coil and Base B
- USB cable
- User manual
Artery Nugget AIO Specs
- Size: 84x27x32mm
- Output: 5-40W
- Battery: 1500mAh (internal)
- Display: LED Screen
- Resistance range: 0.3-2ohm
- E-liquid capacity: 2ml
- Pods: refillable, replaceable coils (compatible with Pal 2 / Pal 2 pro), RBA option
- USB Type C charging 1.5A max current
Although I am not sure if we really need any more AIO/Pod devices right now – this has plenty of coil options and the adjustable power to cope with them all!
What are your thoughts on the Artery Nugget AIO? Let me know in the comments below!