The Tigon AIO Kit By Aspire Previewed
The reason this is named after the Tigon kit is because it uses the same coils as the Tigon and Mulus kits:
- 0.4ohm – included in kit
- 0.7ohm mesh coil – included in kit
- 1.2ohm – available separately
Looking at the main device first, this has an internal 1300mAh battery and this provides a 3.3-4.2V full power output. Basically the output is not regulated and the power will drop as the battery charge decreases.
There is a fire button located on the front which is surrounded by the battery capacity LED indicator. This changes colour according to the battery capacity remaining.
You will also notice a strange switch above the fire button and this is to adjust the airflow to your preference.
This has a USB type C charging port and a fast charging 2A capability.
The pod is where you add your e-liquid and also where the coil lives. The coil is replaceable so you don’t have to discard the pod when the coil eventually wears out.
The coils are designed to be a push in and pull out fitment to make installation easier.
Just like the Tigon Kit there is a seal to prevent e-liquid leaking when you change the coil head.
There are 4 colours to choose from: Black, White, Red and Orange.
- Aspire Tigon AIO device
- 0.4ohm Tigon coil
- 0.7ohm Tigon Mesh coil
- USB cable – type C
- User manual
Aspire Tigon AIO Kit Specs
- Size: 31×109.5x23mm
- Output: bypass (full power) output – 3.3-4.2V
- Battery: 1300mAh (internal)
- Display: LED indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 4.6ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
- Pods: removable coil – uses Tigon coils
- Adjustable airflow
- USB Type C charging
The Tigon Kit performed well on review and using the same coils this handy little version should be a winner.
What are your thoughts on the Aspire Tigon AIO Kit? Let me know in the comments below!