The Aspire x NoName Zero.G kit is the latest in the “Prestige” range from Aspire.
Sadly this is not showing on the main Aspire website as yet so I will be using the info from the UK Aspire Vendor who seem to be really on the ball when it comes to new releases!
What Is New On The Aspire x NoName Zero.G Kit?
This kit takes on the appearance of being a mechanical mod – but there is circuitry to make the mod more versatile.
For instance the base of the mod features a bottom twist dial to select the output between 5-40W.
Inside the mod is a 1500mAh battery which is rechargeable via the Type C USB port at up to 1A charge rate.
The body is constructed from 304 Stainless steel with a black liquid silicone rubber grip area.
Now the coils are where this device becomes even more interesting.
You are supplied with a pod which uses the AVP Pro coils and you get the 0.65ohm and 1.15ohm coils in the kit.
Also you are supplied with an RBA setup including the deck, chamber and positive pin so you can build your coils to your own preference.
Included in the generous kit is also a 510 adaptor to convert the mod for use with other atomisers like a tube mod.
Here is an introduction video from the UK Aspire Vendor YouTube channel.
There are 2 colours to choose from: Black and Stainless Steel.
- Zero.G mod
- RBA deck
- RBA chamber
- 510 adaptor
- 2x RBA positive pins
- 0.6ohm AVP Pro Mesh coil
- 1.15ohm AVP Pro coil
- Coil removal tool
- Spare O-rings
- USB Type C Cable
- User manual
Zero.G Kit Specs
- Size: 109.5×26.2mm
- Output: 5-40W – twist base to adjust wattage
- Battery: 1500mAh (internal)
- Resistance range: 0.1-3.5ohm
- Display: LED indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 2ml
- Type C USB charging – 1A rate
- Coils: AVP Pro coils plus RBA deck
- Mod material: 304 Stainless Steel and Black Liquid silicone
Stunning looking kit this – and should be pretty versatile too!
Let me know your thoughts on the Aspire x NoName Zero.G in the comments below!