Guess what – ooh goody a new pod system – the Aspire Minican Kit!
So what can we look forward to with the Minican?
What To Expect From The Aspire Minican Kit…
So this is pretty basic Pod Mod fare really, but as Aspire say this device is created to be a cost efficient portable vape kit.
The battery part of the device houses an internal 350mAh battery which is charged via the Micro USB port – although the charging rate is not stated.
To vape you simply inhale on the mouthpiece as this has draw activated firing.
Power wise this has a by-pass output – which means the full battery power will be supplied to the coil. The downside of this is that as the battery charge drops so will the output.
An indicator light is located at the base – but it is not specified as to whether this will inform of battery capacity remaining – I hope so!
The outside of the device has a rubber paint coating which should give a good grip and is “anti-dust” apparently…
Moving on to the pod part now – this is refillable via the port on the base and will hold up to 2ml of your own e-liquid.
The coil is fixed – meaning when the coil fails you will need to replace the entire pod.
There is only one coil option which is a 1.2ohm Kanthal Mesh coil.
There are 5 colours to choose from: Orange, Blue, Black, White and Grey.
- Aspire Minican device
- Micro USB cable
- User manual
Aspire Minican Kit Specs
- Size: 65x28x15.5mm
- Output: Bypass (full battery power)
- Battery: 350mAh (internal)
- Display: LED Indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 2ml
- Pods: Refillable, fixed coil
- Pod options: 1.2ohm Kanthal mesh coil
- Draw activated
- ASP chipset
I know this isn’t the most exciting new release – but what did catch my eye is the price. It is a lot lower than I was expecting!
Let me know your thoughts on the Aspire Minican Kit in the comments below!