Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter Kit Preview

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter Kit


Hello dear vapers, John Pietersma here. Today we are taking a look at a pod device – the Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter Kit.

Pod systems are flooding the market and every day it seems as if companies are resurrecting names of the past and passing them on to pod devices. Reputable companies are finding a great deal of success with these little kits and for good reason. They actually work.

These systems are optimized for Salt Nicotine which when compared to standard freebase nicotine. It is much more effective.

Salt-based nicotine is much less intrusive at higher nicotine levels and it provides a better satisfaction than standard nicotine.

The Salt Nicotine works by absorbing into your bloodstream almost instantly. The only shortfall to this is that it wears off much faster. So, while you will feel satisfied faster, the need for additional nicotine will come back sooner.

This is all good and well. Salt Nicotine is just an overall better solution. This is why Pod Systems are as big as they are.

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter KitKeep reading on to discover the all-new Aspire Nautilus AIO  Pod System.

Aspire Nautilus AIO Specifications

  • Size: 37 x 21 x 87.5mm
  • Capacity: 2ml(TPD Edition)/4.5ml(Standard Edition)
  • Battery: Built-in 1000mAh
  • Output Wattage: 12WCoil: Nautilus 1.8ohm BVC coil
  • Compact and ergonomic design
  • 4.5 ml/2ml cartridge and built-in 1000mAh battery
  • Famous Nautilus 1.8ohm BVC coil
  • Adjustable airflow to suit various vaping preference
  • Easy bottom refilling design with generous filling hole

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter KitAspire Nautilus AIO Packing List

  • Nautilus AIO device(4.5ml)
  • 1.8ohm BVC Coils (1 regular BVC & 1 for Nic Salt)
  • Extra O rings
  • Silicone seal
  • Micro USB Cable
  • Warranty Card
  • User Manual
  • TPD Edition
  • Nautilus AIO device(4.5ml)
  • 1.8ohm BVC Coils (1 regular BVC & 1 for Nic Salt)
  • Extra O rings
  • Silicone seal
  • Micro USB Cable
  • Warranty Card
  • User Manual

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter Kit First Impressions

Aspire has been around on the vaping scene for as long as anyone can remember. They were right there at the beginning when everyone was releasing revolutionary pen systems that were the first real retail vaping devices.

This is back when pen kits were quite large, heavy and bulky. How far we have come since then.

Around 6 years ago Aspire introduced the Nautilus tank. It was hugely successful and many vapers swore by it. So, it only makes sense that they would revive the Nautilus name and create the Nautilus AIO.

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter KitThe Nautilus AIO does actually carry some aesthetic originality. The design is minimal but functional. Near the base of the pod is the power button which appears to be quite large. A nice touch.

The curves and lines of the device make it look classy but still carries a simplistic look.

What is really interesting about this AIO is that it has an adjustable airflow setting. Aspire says that they want to continue to allow people to decide what airflow they want and they have delivered on that promise.

Size wise, The Nautilus X does appear to be slightly bigger than some other devices on the market but it is still pocketable and very portable.

The Nautilus AIO is equipped with a 1000mAh internal battery. This should be more than enough to get through a day of vaping, especially when using nicotine salt e-juice.

Another small detail feature that stands out is the pod release button. This assures us that the pod is truly locked in if it requires a button to be pressed to release. This is not a feature found on many devices.

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter KitThe Nautilus AIO has two options available for coils. The standard, classic BVC nautilus coil. So any old nautilus lovers will enjoy this coil.

They also offer a coil specifically for vaping salt nicotine which is also a BVC style coil. So no matter your preference, both will be excellent performers.

Aspire Nautilus AIO Starter Kit Video 


It can be difficult to highlight AIO pod systems in great detail as they are very basic in function. The Aspire name carries a great deal of reliability and durability. The Aspire Nautilus AIO should be a great performer and stand up to the standards we expect from a company like Aspire.

After looking over all the details and the features of the device it does seem like Aspire put some thought into this device so that it was set apart from the rest. The aesthetic look is much different than the others on the market.

Some other key features make this device a bit of a set up from some of the more basic Pod Kits available out there and we look forward to seeing everyone loving this device.

John Pietersma

I am John Pietersma, a 30-year-old husband and father of three children who lives in Nova Scotia, Canada. Having vaped and built coils for four years, I am very passionate about vaping and writing product reviews for everyone to read.