The Aspire Nautilus GT Kit comprises of the Glint mod and Nautilus GT tank (which is a design collaboration with the brand “Taifun”).
Let’s have a closer look at what the kit is promising…
More Details On The Aspire Nautilus GT Kit…
Firstly looking at the Glint mod. This uses a single 18650 battery to power it which is not included.
I have to say I do like the look of the “swing open” battery door idea – a lot of mods with bottom battery doors can suffer from them springing open.
Output wise this has variable wattage and will output 1-75W.
A type C USB port is included and can be charged at a 2A charging rate. It is obviously better to remove the battery and charge in an external charger when you can but this would be quick to charge if you are stuck without a charger.
The user data is displayed on the 0.91 inch OLED screen and adjustment buttons are provided below this.
Moving on to the tank now. The Nautilus GT is the newest in the Nautilus range and is still compatible with the popular BVC coils.
There are 2 coils included in the kit – 0.7ohm Mesh and 1.6ohm BVC.
The tank has several options for capacity, 3ml is the standard capacity with a 2ml version for TPD regulated areas. There is also a 4.2ml extension tube available too.
Airflow wise there are 5 airflow holes on the base of the tank and you can adjust the airflow by rotating the ring on the base.
Here is an introduction video from Aspire.
There are 3 colours to choose from: Gunmetal, Black and Silver.
- Aspire Glint Mod
- Aspire Nautilus GT Tank
- 0.7ohm Mesh coil (installed)
- BVC coil 1.6ohm
- Spare glass (3ml version only)
- USB cable – type C
- User manual
Aspire Glint Mod Specs
- Size: 78x46x25mm
- Output: 1-75W
- Battery: 1×18650 (Not included)
- Display: Screen – 0.91in OLED
- Resistance range:
- Aspire ASP chipset
- USB Type C 2A quick charge
- Swing open battery door
Aspire Nautilus GT Tank Specs
- Size: 54x24mm
- Capacity: 3ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD) / 4.2ml with Extension tube
- Coils: Nautilus BVC coils compatible
- 5 airflow adjustments
- Top fill
As usual anything with the “Nautilus” name should appeal to a lot of vapers – but it also means it has big shoes to fill performance wise!
Let me know what you think of the Aspire Nautilus GT Kit in the comments below!