The Aspire Cloudflask S Kit is an update to the Cloudflask kit.
So what have Aspire changed for the Cloudflask S Version? Read on to find out!
What To Expect From The Aspire Cloudflask S Kit…
The first big change is the material the mod is actually made of.
The original was made of Stainless Steel whereas the “S” version is now Aluminium.
Also the size has changed with the height of the S being greater but the rest of the dimensions are smaller.
As with the original there is a 2000mAh internal battery and this is charged via the USB Type C port at up to 2A charge rate.
Output wise this still uses a By-pass output – basically the output depends on the battery charge and will be higher with a fully charged battery and will drop as the battery charge decreases.
An LED indicator surrounds the fire button and this changes colour to display the battery charge remaining.
The ASP chipset provides plenty of user protections.
There is a new coil added to the kit, this still has the original 0.25ohm Mesh coil but a 0.6ohm Mesh coil has also been added.
Although the airflow is not adjustable the 0.25ohm coil offers a Direct to Lung (DTL) vape and the 0.6ohm coil is more of a Restricted DTL. We tell you what these terms mean in our Guide To Vape Styles.
The pod is refillable by removing from the mod and opening the fill port cover located on the pod base.
There are 5 colours to choose from: Grey Camo, Brushed Brass, Black, Green Camo and Gold Gradient.
- Aspire Cloudflask S device
- 0.25ohm Cloudflask S Mesh coil (installed)
- 0.6ohm Cloudflask S Mesh coil
- USB Type C cable
- User manual
Aspire Cloudflask S Kit Specs
- Size: 95.8×41.3×22.3mm
- Output: Bypass (full battery power)
- Battery: 2000mAh
- Capacity: 2ml
- Display: LED indicator
- Resistance range: Not specified
- Material: Aluminium
- USB Type C port – 2A charge rate
- Pods: Refillable, replaceable coil
- Bottom filling port
- Coils: Cloudflask S coils
- ASP chipset
So there are a few changes to the size, material and addition of a new coil. But otherwise the functions are pretty similar to the original.
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