Published on February 25th, 2014 | by Rich


Aspire Nautilus Review

BDC’s seem to be all the rage right now. Is it a fad or is it here to stay as part of a new revolutionary design for clearos? Enter the Nautilus. The Aspire Nautilus goes by different name variations; anything from Aspire Nautilus Glassomizer, Aspire Nautilus Clearomizer, the Aspire Nautilus BDC ; dual coil tank; but let’s just call it for what it really is: The answer to all your dreams.

If you’re looking for the new Aspire Atlantis review, click here to check it out. Otherwise, let’s get started breaking down the popular Aspire Nautilus!

>>Check out the Aspire Nautilus prices, reviews, rating and description over at (and get extra coils!)<<

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The Aspire Nautilus is setting the new standard for tanks with an adjustable airflow design that is blowing away its’ competitors. Seasoned vapers and newbies alike are both already enjoying this new option. In fact, due to the tremendous amount of feedback from the vaping community itself, the engineers sat down and created a tank that is finally  starting to meet the demands of this loyal community. Let’s jump right into it.

Airflow Takes The Crown

Each rotation for the air-hole adjustment has a click to let you know the desired port sizeaspire airflow control

  • 0.9mm
  • 1.1mm
  • 1.4mm
  • 1.8mm

By simply rotating the lower ring, you are given four options for adjusting the airflow. You can adjust the drag, the warmth of the vapor, and how much is produced; giving you complete control over your vaping experience. This also gives you a purer, cleaner taste. After a few sips on the vaporizer, the pressure builds up because the airflow is so tight when you’re taking a drag; that the suction builds up pressure and draws more liquid to the coils. Once you start hearing the dreaded “gurgling” sound, all you have to do is switch the port size hole on the adjustable airflow ring; which allows extra air to enter and instantly vaporize any excess juices.

What Comes In The Box?

The packaging of the Aspire nautilus is pretty impressive. It comes in a really nice container and has that soft meshy stuff that protects your new favorite clearo.

1x – Stainless Nautilus Tank

The Nautilus tank comes default with a stainless body and a 1.6 ohm atomizer.  The tank does not look like your normal clearomizer, it has a more of a “bell-shape” to it. With the airflow technology being the huge sales boost to this line of clearos’, it is clear that is expensive to find the best clearomizer; well thought-out designs that Kanger and Aspire chooses to implement every 4 months or so.  When it comes to this tank, it is 5 stars top notch.

1x – Replacement Atomizer

aspire coil head

This is the extra 1.8 ohm atomizer head provided within the package for the Aspire Nautilus clearomizer.

This has become a bigger controversy within the vaping community because unfortunately; these atomizer heads, (consisting of the coils and the wicks) the atomizer head is not rebuildable.

(**UPDATED**) Since this review was posted, RiP Trippers has found a way to rebuild the coil.

Want to Rebuild Your Own Atomizer Coils?

Learning how to rebuild coils has tons of benefits (plus it’s pretty fun!), so we have put together a Free Resource Guide: The Top 6 Tools to Rebuild Your First Atomizer Coil. Here’s a hint about the guide: 4 of these tools can be found around your house!

Our top 6 tools guide will help you over the hump and get started. So what are you waiting for? Click here and you’ll have the guide sent to you right away!

However, sometimes it just makes more sense to buy the replaceable atomizer heads. It’s still a cheap way to vape, and a small premium to pay for the convenience. You can find the 5-packs of replaceable heads for the Nautilus right here!

 1x – Stainless eGo Threaded Cone

Everything is stainless! I’m not sure exactly why they advertise and care to make everything stainless nowadays; yes I like it but honestly I buy a clearomizer every other month and I’m always using the newest clearo out there. I’m just not sure the stainless is a huge sell to me. When it’s all said and done, it’s still nice to not be able to worry about it. Like most of clearomizers,the Aspire Nautilus BDC clearomizers has 510/eGo threading and can fit most batteries or vaporizers with 510/eGo threading.

1x – Removable 510 Drip Tip

The 510 drip tip for the Aspire Nautilus is also made of stainless steel.  It is pretty standard and y0u never have to worry about any problems with it. It works pretty well with the adjustable airflow system that comes with the clearomizer.

1x – User Manual

Your standard user manual that shows you how to use, refill and maintain the Nautilus.

You Said It Holds How Much?!

5.0 mL capacity. I’m not kidding you. This thing is a tank (literally). There are not very many clearos out there that hold 5 mils. Most tanks like to hold around half of that; to make sure they don’t leak. But here’s the thing, there’s no leaking in the Aspire Nautilus. None coming from the 510 connection, no leaking near the battery.

What? Yes. It’s true! “At last, at last, Thank God almighty we are free at last!”,  quoted Dr. King. But his quote has some precedent pertaining to us. We are free from leaks!!! This clearomizer has been getting a ton of praise!

The Downfalls

There are no pitfalls to this dual-coiled beast; however its inconvenience may troublesome. You can buy the Aspire Nautilus aspire airflow holesclearomizer on most ecommerce sites anywhere between $35-$40, however every penny is well spent. The Aspire Nautilus replacement coil heads will only work with its own designed version. The standard Aspire BDC coil heads are not compatible with it.

>>Check out the Aspire Nautilus prices, reviews, rating and description over at (and get extra coils!)<<

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Best Mods For The Nautilus

One of the best parts about the Aspire Nautilus is that it works well with many different devices (and smaller ego users can rock out with a Aspire Nautilus Mini). But to get the best vapor for your buck, we’d recommend you check out this.

itaste mvp 2.0Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0

The Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 is a reliable workhorse mod packed into a neat little package. Besides being a great mod, especially for the Nautilus, it has some pretty cool extra features. You can use it as a phone/device charger with it’s included USB port, and has a built in puff counter. With a large battery capacity and sturdy design, the iTaste MVP 2.0 is a winner.

Want to learn more? Check out our entire review on the Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 and decide for yourself!

To see a full list of compatible mods, check out our Vaping Mod Chart and sort by 510 connection. There you can find a list of mods that will be compatible with the Nautilus.


Final Summary

When it comes down to it, this is the clearomizer you want. With the 1.) price of the clearomizer, and the 2.) non-rebuildable coil heads being the only real downfalls to this clearomizer; it is a great product and you need to jump on it as soon as possible if you’re serious about vaping.

It holds a staggering 5 mils of e liquid and does not leak. You can vape on this thing all day long and get massive clouds just the way you like them with the all new airflow adjustment.

If you don’t know if the Aspire Nautilus is the right clearomizer for you; than check out our Kanger Aerotank Review, both of these clearomizers are becoming increasingly popular. 

Share Your Thoughts

Tell us what you think of the Aspire Nautilus in the comments section below. We have an awesome discussion going on down below and would love to hear your thoughts :)

As always, take care and vape on friends!

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