Aspire Nautilus - Adjustable Airflow Tank System
The Nautilus tank has a large capacity and an adjustable airflow design. With a simple turn of the lower ring, you have four options to adjust airflow to meet different requirements for vaping. With the option of different size air holes, it allows the you to adjust for an easy or tight airflow, how warm or cold the vapor is, and how much vapor is produced.
Replacement coils are here
Adjustable Airflow Control - 4 air holes to choose from, just twist the airflow ring .9mm, 1.1mm, 1.4mm, 1.8mm
Pyrex glass tube
BDC (Bottom Dual Coil) Technology
Holds about 5ml of eliquid (much larger than a Protank)
Complete Nautilus Tank (1.6 ohm atomizer pre-installed)
1 replacement atomizer (1.8 ohm)
1 eGo threaded cone
1 user manual (please read)
Height of Nautilus Tank System: 83.65mm
Max Diameter of Nautilus Tank System: 23.45mm
This item will not take ANY other coils, only the Nautilus coils
Clean all parts before using, the glass, the base and the top! Please be careful with this tank, it is made of glass and can shatter and break if dropped. Breakage of the tank is not warrantied. Filling this unit is different from the other tanks as the glass actually comes off when you fill it, read the manual!
When building this tank or removing parts, please be sure to clean and dry all parts. When refilling, changing the coil make sure the center tube is on properly and tight, not having it all put together properly will result in leaking. Do not overtighten the top or bottom base, finger tight is good. I grasp the top and bottom with both hands (one on top the other on the base) and twist slowly until it stops, it does not need to be tightened more than that, over tightening can cause breakage. Glass Breakage or drops are not covered under any warranty.
Do not store in pockets, try not to drop them and be careful putting them back together.
Coil heads are not warrantied, neither is the glass. as this is a new product, I suggest you purchase one to try it out.
Well.. it's a beast which is kinda awesome, there is a LOT of liquid in this thing and I believe I finally found a good tank I can vape all day with without refilling! For perfomance, I have had it about 30 minutes and I am very impressed so far, I didn't think the airflow thing would make a difference to me, boy was I wrong, it's GREAT! I hope all tanks start coming out with this feature, it makes a world of difference in heat, flavor and vape. There were a few early reviews saying this leaked.. not a drop, doesn't gurgle either (for me) but this holds 5ML! I am not sure anyone could have any leaks with this tank as it is a sealed 510 connection, so it is not going to leak out of the base connection. Keep it above the half way mark if you can or if you experience gurgling of any kind. Is it worth the money? So far, yes. Are the coils worth it? Unsure, they are expensive so they better hold up a long time.
READ THE MANUAL, Don't expect this to do your laundy just because it is expensive! Cost does not always equal return, I like this, I think you will also.
A Customer let us know that cleaning the base isn't easy and you must remove all liquid from the base before refilling. The moisture fills up the base and really doesn’t come back out easy, he had to use compressed air to get the remaining moisture out.
Vendors: NO VENDOR SALES
Size comparison to the Protank:
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Posted by stu on 7th Jul 2014
Some people are saying the wicks are burning out quick I solved that problem never go over 7.5 watts and you will get 7 days, I vape this tank at 6.5 watts still tastes great and I change the wick about every 9-10 days. don't over tighten wick when you screw it in just a snug fit never have a problem again. I put 5 out of 5 but more like 4 and a half out of 5 still very good. Vape on!!
Posted by Stu on 7th Jul 2014
buy the steel tank replacement never have another problem with flooding again it's air tight better seal for some reason, this tank rocks now. I use all VG fluid good flavor great vapor for a none rebuildable tank. I give it 5 out of 5!
Posted by Aaron on 10th Jun 2014
The tank is perfect. It is well constructed and holds a large volume of juice. The coils on the other hand deteriorate rather quickly. I have to change my coils ever other day because they burn out so quickly. I thought I was doing something wrong but it seems many others are having the same problem. It wouldn't be that bad if the coil replacements weren't so expensive.
Posted by Justin Bleyle on 26th May 2014
I've had my tank for about a month now. Very sturdy tank thus far. Love the capacity, although I continue to use my other tanks for a change of flavor. I'm still not sure if I want to purchase another one as the coils have been inconsistent. My first coil lasted about 3 weeks, I was pleasantly surprised. However, the second one I used from 1.8 box got a burnt taste after about 3 days. I'm on my third coil now and it seems to be working well after a week. I know with coils you may get a dud every once and while, but at the price they are selling for, I would hope you wouldn't have to deal with duds.
Posted by CMS on 26th May 2014
I agree with all the reviews BUT I cannot find any replacement glass tanks which I have already broken. Any answers to this one?
Posted by Justin on 5th May 2014
First off, I have to agree with Eric, this tank is a BEAST. There is a lot of liquid and it lasts a long time depending on how you vape. I just quit smoking, and I'm purely ecig now, so I'm a heavy vaper and I can get through a full day, and then some, without adding liquid. As for the coils, I seemed to have burnt out the one that came with it (1.6). My volts probably too high or didn't break it in properly (I did let it sit for at least 30 minutes). I think these work best when you break it in easy like. I switched to a 1.8 head, and started easy, around 3.5v, and worked my way up from their. It seems to take a little longer to break in, but once it does, it will hit like a champ. I've been going strong for an entire week so far on one coil, I hope it continues to last for a while longer, which brings me to one reason why it didn't get 5 stars. I cringed when I saw the price of the coils, however, if they last a long time, that will make it worth while.
I rarely give 5 stars, as you can always find ways to improve a product. I think I wished there were more alternatives besides the 1.6 and 1.8 coils offered at this point. I prefer a little higher rating, but that's just me and probably just the way I vape.
I really enjoyed the fact that I can dial in the airflow, I've never really had a problem with airflow in my other tanks, but it is a really nice feature for sure.
Gurgling? Not for me! I've had my tank down to 1/4 full, and no gurgle yet.
Leaking? Not a drop! The base is sealed, and my battery stay's clean as a whistle.
The question I've been asking myself for a week now, will I give up my other Pro Tank III's and buy a second Nautilus? Not yet, the jury is still out on the coils.
Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes, but it may be hard on the wallet.
Do I like the coils? Yes, but the 1.8 works best for me, and they are relatively expensive. Also, I'm not sure about longevity at this point.
Posted by Alex Brown on 17th Apr 2014
Love the build and performance of this tank, that is when it is working properly. The 2 stock heads that came with this tank lasted me only 1 day each before an awful burnt silica taste arose. Use 70/30 pg/vg. Never even went above 4 volts on my mvp. Worked ok on 4v for a couple hours and had to gradually drop farther and farther over the next 24 hours all the way down to 3.4v where the performance is horrible, hardly any vapor at all. Maybe I got bad heads with mine but man i dont know if i can bring myself to spend $18 on a 5 pack of heads that may only last for 24-48 hours. Definently gonna look farther into this before spending that amount of dough. Its a shame cause the first few hours this tank hit like a BEAST, but horrible after that. Anyone else having these coil issues? Or was i just the lucky one to get the bad batch? Who knows. Hope everyone else has better luck cause these things are expensive!!!
Posted by StacyF on 14th Apr 2014
I'm a newbie to vaping (about a month) and have managed to buy five different kinds of clearomizer tanks during that time, including the Kanger Aerotank and the Innokin 30S. I've been buying juices all over the place because they tasted great when I tested them at the store but they're much more disappointing once I bring them home. Enter the Aspire Nautilus. AMAZING! Even at only 3.5V on my iTaste MVP 2.0, I'm getting dense vapes and the rich, potent flavors I remembered from the vape shops using this clearomizer (I'm using the second smallest of the four air hole settings) The difference was so huge that I tried the same juices again with the other clearomizers I had, wondering if maybe the real difference was the the juices had time to steep after I cast them aside in disappointment the first time I tried them. Nope! It's definitely the Nautilus. I already bought a second Nautilus because it holds so much juice that I need two just so I can switch back and forth between at least two flavors at a time. It may cost more than other tanks but the fact that I'm going back to use juices I'd given up on has made it worth every penny!
Posted by Jared bradley on 12th Mar 2014
And i have had allot of tanks. This is the one. I'm gonna sell my other tanks because all I want is this Nautilus. The flavor is like no other tank, the hits are smooth. Someone finally made a tank the correct way the 1st time. I've had no leaking issues, refilled it three times already. Comes apart easy and goes back together easy. The air flow ring is another love of mine for this tank becase is locks (clicks) into place where the competitors air flow ring just free spins and I hate that. I will be redoing my whole tank collection with the Nautilus.
Posted by Wulf on 27th Feb 2014
The best tank I have tried. I used to be a die hard Kanger vaper, but now it's the Nautilus. Been using over a week. No dry hits, no burnt taste, great vapor, great flavor. Still using the same original coil. Some videos out there on how to rebuild this one as well. Might try rebuilding once the original coil burns out, but for now gonna keep on vaping. Finally, a quality tank with a quality coil. Just wish DV would get some back in STOCK! The price difference will easily be made up for by not having to buy as many coils. Well worth the money!!
Posted by Cah on 20th Feb 2014
I have waited 2 months to review the Nautilus hoping things would turn around. I must have received the only defective device. The vape from this tank is great when there's a good head in it. The 1.6 ohm head that came with it was great. The 2.1 ohm was garbage and tasted burnt from the get go. The issues I have experienced are at about 4ml and 2.5ml liquid levels when the Nautilus would flood and gurgle. It continues to do this until I set it down on a paper towel for a while and the juice will eventually make its way out the air hole. I use a 70/30 liquid and it does this like clockwork. Only the largest and smallest air holes in my tank line up with the spinning ring. The other two don't even line up correctly when the ring locks into place so some of the hole is blocked by the ring. When this tank is working, it works great. I just hate that I have to cover it with paper towel when I travel so I don't get e-liquid all over when burps it out the air hole. I love the amount of liquid it holds. There's so much I love about this tank but the issues I have are very disappointing. Again, I seem to be one of a very few with issues like this.
Posted by Brian D on 18th Feb 2014
I've had my 2 Nautilus tanks for a month now, and they perform wonderfully! Paired up with my Provari Mini, I have a great setup that I can dial-in to any juice/mood.
They break down and clean easily and all the parts so far, including coils, seem like quality pieces and have worked perfectly.
I think Aspire would hit a grand slam if they offered up an alternative cap. I like the look of it, though I would appreciate a more modern option, but I've heard several people cite the appearance as their only complaint. Some go so far as saying it'll prevent them from using it as there everyday tank.
Came back to buy a 3rd, but DV is out of stock. ACK!
Posted by rhinovr on 16th Feb 2014
Best taste, throat hit, and consistency of any tank I've tried. Airflow controller is a must have from now on. Good look finding replacement cartridges though!
Posted by Kollin P. on 14th Feb 2014
I was hesitant to plunk down so much money on a tank, but the Nautilus is WELL worth the money. Vapes like a champ, on par with any RBA. Holds 5ml of juice, too! I'll definitely be getting a second one (when they're back in stock, that is). I was a Protank 2 & 3 fan, but those have taken a back seat to the Nautilus now.
Posted by stephanie Bledsoe on 13th Feb 2014
I really like this tank, I have the protank 3 and the kanger aero tank. The aero is a good tank but a little fuzzy with airflow control, the nautilus has a smooth control that clicks into place.The vape is awesome and clouds of vapor, this is my go to tank. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because of the looks and there is no protection for the glass tank. I would still buy one and the amount of liquid it holds is crazy.
Posted by Chuck N. on 11th Feb 2014
The taste and consistent vape of this tank is almost unnecessary compared to the chance that I get to show it off and talk about the benefits of vaping everywhere I go.
Posted by Sheila S on 3rd Feb 2014
This beast vapes just like a RBA! I love the fact that you can adjust the airflow to match your juice. This vapes as well as my Russian 91 and holds more juice. Aspire hit a home run with this one! The only con is the cost of the replacement coils. I am hoping they come down in time.
Posted by M. Peinqc on 2nd Feb 2014
I have literally tried every tank on the market. Was always a Protank II fan and then decided to try the new Aspire coils. I fell in love with them immediately and haven't touched a Kanger tank since.
When the Nautilus came out I noticed it was a little pricey but was anxious to try. I could go on and on about the benefits of this tank but it would simply take too long. If you try the Nautilus, it will be the last tank you buy.
However.... I have discovered a related problem since buying the Nautilus. I CAN'T BUY ANY REPLACEMENT COILS! Not from here anyways. The coils last a VERY long time, but do need to be changed periodically. I have been trying to purchase coils for the past two weeks and they have been sold out. Both the 1.6 and the 1.8 ohm coils have been "sold out" ever since I bought the tank. I LOVE this tank, and I LOVE DiscountVapers, but for the first time I am going to have to go to another website to get replacement coils so I can continue to use this MASTER PIECE by Aspire.
Posted by Chunky on 1st Feb 2014
It's Really Really nice
Posted by GNAR on 30th Jan 2014
The nautilus was a pricy gamble, but with all the quality control issues i've been having with the protank 2, i had to have something else. And BAM! The nautilus surpassed my every expectation, the only issue i had with mine was the center pin insulator was a little wonky, but i straightened it out and the thing hits like a dream, the warmest tastiest vape I've ever had on the small settings, and a fog machine when you open it up, stay classy Aspire.
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