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The AVP Pro Kit By Aspire Previewed

The Aspire AVP Pro Kit is an update to the existing AVP pod mod device.avp pro poster

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The main changes I can see are to the battery capacity and pod design.avp pro banner

Firstly looking at the device – this now has a 1200mAh internal battery compared to the 700mAh of the original.avp pro components

Also this will charge using a Type C USB charging cable at a rate of up to 2A.avp pro charging

This version has 4 different output levels compared to just 3 levels on the original. You can choose from:

  • 10W
  • 12W
  • 14W
  • 16W

avp pro power levelsThere is a mode change button and an indicator light will change colour to display the power level chosen. The fire operation is draw activated so no fire button required.

Moving on to the pod – this has quite a few changes.

You get an airflow adjustment switch so you can adjust the airflow to your preference without having to remove the pod.avp pro airflow

Also now you can replace the coil head without disposing of the entire pod.avp pro coils

This does require a tool to remove the coil which I assume comes in the kit.

There are two coil options and both are included in the kit:

  • 0.65ohm Mesh
  • 1.15ohm standard

The pod is refillable with your own e-liquid via the bottom spring loaded fill port.avp pro filling

There are 4 colours to choose from: Black, Gun Metal, Rainbow and White.
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Kit Includes

  • Aspire AVP Device
  • Pod
  • 0.65ohm Mesh Coil
  • 1.15ohm coil
  • USB cable – type C
  • User manual

Aspire AVP Pro Kit Specs

  • Size: 96x44x17mm
  • Output: 10-16W (4 power levels)
  • Battery: 1200mAh (internal)
  • Display: LED Indicator
  • E-liquid capacity: 2ml (TPD) / 4ml (Standard)
  • Draw operated fire
  • Pods: Refillable, Replaceable coil
  • Adjustable airflow
  • USB type C charging at 2A rate

avp pro specsThe battery capacity increase makes this a more practical device already. Add the fact that you can now replace the coils and this is definitely a welcome upgrade.

Let me know what you think of the Aspire AVP Pro in the comments below!

My name is Michelle - I am 46 and an engineer and Technical Author by trade. I started vaping many years ago in the days of Tornado tanks, Ego batteries and Variable Voltage. My journey in vaping began again a few years ago and have started to move up in the shiny shiny gadget department and love vaping! I have finally stopped smoking as of June 2019 and that is all thanks to vaping! 20mg Nicotine Salts are my hero! Oh and I am partial to a nice pod mod!


  1. I got it. But I also got new 60/40 liquids I used and they’re chemical tasting, so I’m not having a good experience at all (getting sick from it). Might still need to wait for coils to break in? Never had to with the Endura T18II. Haven’t drawn much from it since it’s not that good an experience.

    Compared to that pleasant experience I would have with the Endura, also, the mouthpiece on this one gets hot regardless of the coil choice, and it’s still a hit and miss, the draws on it I mean, but I’m being subjective because of the sickening juices. It does seem to get better and I’m managing to draw more normally (longer, more vape).

    Otherwise, it seems significantly smaller than what i expected given the 10 cm length and the online pictures and videos. Just tiny. Also, heavier than I’d have imagined. Doesn’t rival my phone, but it’s not far off, and that’s big (Nokia 5).

    I’ve let the juices in open air maybe the chemical taste will wear off.

    I’ll be back with more feedback once I have more time with it. Meanwhile, I’ll be using the sub-ohm device too since that’s more manageable and see if the juices are better with it.

  2. Can’t wait to try this out! I wish this was at least in the mentions on the best lists, even if you haven’t tried it. I plan to return with feedback on this after I order it tonight. Found it at an incredible discount with free delivery at TECC (for UK). Thank you, Michelle, for letting us know of its existence!

  3. I’m super excited for the AVP Pro, because the AVP is hands down my favorite pod system in existence! I wish Aspire made ceramic coils for it though. That’s the only bummer I can see so far.


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