4 Key Improvements Of The New Aspire Atlantis V2

aspire atlantis v2 tank

The debut of the Aspire Atlantis was a success. It allowed casual vapers to get a taste of sub-ohm vaping.

Aspire is back again with its follow up to the tank many vapers have grown to love.

Here are 4 cool upgrades the version 2 has which tells you why it should be your next vape purchase:

1. Larger Tank – The 3ml upgrade allows you to carry more juice, a 50% increase in juice capacity.

The cool thing about the V2 is that it is almost the same size as the original Atlantis, despite being able to carry more juice.

2. Bigger Airflow – The Atlantis re-release has opened their airholes even more. Not only that but airholes were added to the replacement coils (4 instead of 2).

3. Wide Bore Drip Tip with Airflow Control – The wide bore tip is huge, greatly increasing your vapor intake. Not only that, you can adjust the airflow of your drip tip aside from the airflow control located at the base of the tank.

The only downside to this is other wide bore drip tips won’t fit with the Atlantis V2, bummer.

4. Coil Head Upgrades – Aside from the added airholes I metioned in #2, they now go as low as 0.3 ohms to accommodate the 70 wattage and up devices. The have bigger juice holes which allows the cotton to soak in more juice.

Good news is the version 1 replacement coils are compatible with the new Atlantis tank.

Here’s an in depth video review of the Atlantis Aspire V2:

If you know how good Aspire did with the Atlantis 1, you can definitely be sure that this company is not playing around and is set to come out with another quality vape tank.

How will Kangertech respond to this? Hopefully we can find out soon.


Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!


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