The Aspire Flexus AIO is a new addition to the popular Flexus range.
More Details On The Aspire Flexus AIO…
I am a bit confused as the “AIO” in the name stands for “All In One”. This term usually applies to devices where the tank component is not replaceable. You can however usually refill and change the coil.
But in this case it is more of a pod kit, as the tank (pod) is removable?
Anyway down to basics! The main device has a 2000mAh internal battery and 2A USB C charging should get it back up and running in no time.
The output will automatically adjust according to the coil installed, plus then you can choose from 3 power levels – Low, Mid and High.
3 LED indicators display the power level selected and another indicator on the fire button displays the battery charge remaining and any faults.
You can also lock the fire button and just use the auto draw firing to make life easier.
Now the pod is the same as used on the Flexus stick and is compatible with the AF coil range.
There are 2 coils to choose from the 0.6ohm and 1ohm – both use mesh heating elements and are included in the kit.
You can adjust the incoming airflow by rotating the pod in the device body to open or close the air inlets.
A screw off top cap gives access for filling and the standard pod will hold 4ml of your own e-liquid. For customers in TPD regulated areas this capacity is dropped to 2ml.
There are 7 colours to choose from: Silver, Blue, Red, Purple, Pink, Black and Rainbow.
- Aspire Flexus AIO device
- Flexus AIO pod
- AF 0.6ohm Meshed coil
- AF 1ohm Meshed coil
- USB Type C cable
- User manual
Aspire Flexus AIO Specs
- Size: 121x35x26.6mm (standard) / 114x35x26.6mm (TPD)
- Battery: 2000mAh (internal)
- Display: LED indicators
- Output: 3 power levels
- Type C USB charging – 2A charge rate
- Capacity: 4ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
- Compatible with Flexus Stik Pod and AF coil range
- Rotate pod to adjust airflow
- Screw top fill
- Auto draw and button activated
- ASP chipset
I do like the look of this kit and it has some flexibility to tailor the experience to your preference!
Let me know your first impressions of the Aspire Flexus AIO (or not AIO!) in the comments below!