The Aspire BP 60 is another Pod Mod – I can hear you sigh from here…
But hey Aspire do usually knock out quality vape gear so this is worth a closer look…
What To Expect From The Aspire BP 60 Pod Mod?
Well I have already spotted a few features which raise the BP 60 above other pod mods.
The first is the output – the maximum output is 60W which is adjustable via the adjustment buttons and 0.96in colour screen.
Setting the device in AUTO mode allows the device to set the output to suit the installed coil and protects you from taking the power too high.
In RBA mode you have full control of the power output.
A dial on the side of the device allows for airflow adjustment with Aspire saying the range is suitable for MTL and DTL vaping styles.
To fire there device there are 3 modes – either button fire, auto (draw) fire or a combination of both.
Providing the power for the BP 60 is an internal 1400mAh battery which is charged at up to 2A rate using the USB Type-C connector.
Looking at the pod now – this is refillable and the coils are replaceable.
There are 2 existing coil options included in the kit and there is a mention of an optional RBA in the future…
- 0.3ohm Mesh coil
- 0.6ohm dual coil
There are 5 colours to choose from: Carbon Fibre Black, Red Honeycomb, Golden Flame, Carbon Fibre Navy and Grey Starry Sky.
- Aspire BP 60 Device
- BP 60 pod
- 0.6ohm BP coil
- 0.3ohm BP coil
- USB type C cable
- User manual
- Size: 99x38x23mm
- Output: 1-60W (VW)
- Battery: 1400mAh (internal)
- Display: 0.96in Colour screen
- E-liquid capacity: 5ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
- Pods: Refillable, fixed coil
- Coil options: 0.3ohm Mesh, 0.6ohm dual wire coil
- USB Type C charging at 2A rate
- Auto / button fire operation
- Adjustable airflow
This does look impressive with lots of power and airflow options to tailor the vape to your preference.
Let me know your thoughts on the Aspire BP 60 in the comments below!