Back in the stone age of vaping (like around 2012), ecig starter kits were all the rage. Chinese companies cranked them out like there was no tomorrow. Beginning vapers could buy a clone eGo battery (fixed-voltage initially, then later a variable voltage Twist or Spinner) with a knock-off disposable Stardust CE4 clearomizer tank and a USB charge cord. Purchased online, those kits were often very inexpensive. (At brick-and-mortar vape shops or convenience stores, however, their prices were often considerably more than they were worth…)
Now starter kits are back with a vengeance. They’re bigger and usually more expensive — sometimes offering a higher-power temp-controlled box mod with an 18650 or a good-sized LiPo battery and a decent sub-ohm clearomizer tank. Generally speaking, these upgraded, modern starter kits are really quite good.
That’s what Aspire’s EVO 75W is. It’s basically everything a beginning vaper needs to experience first-hand what real, quality vaping is about.
The Aspire EVO75 Kit is sold by many online vendors at a wide price range: from $41 to $70. As always, Chinese vendors tend to have the cheapest prices.
The EVO75 Kit is a sub-ohm vaping system from Aspire. EVO75 that packs two new vaping heavy hitters: the Atlantis EVO tank and the NX75 Mod.
The Atlantis EVO tank has an optimized design that allows high VG E-Liquid an even faster route to the coil system. EVO breathes without a hitch when you require thick dense vapor production. The EVO75 kit comes with both 0.4Ω and 0.5Ω sub-ohm coils for an optimized vaping experience.
The NX75-Z 75-watt box mod has a five-button system making it ultra-intuitive. NX75 boasts one-button navigation between Temperature Control and Wattage mode. Moreover, the NX75 adds new Customizable Firing Button Profiles (CFBP) function that allows heat ramp-up (power curve) to be fine-tuned.
The EVO75 Kit doesn’t perform like a typical starter kit. It’s much better. Even experienced vapers are likely to approve of and enjoy the vape experience of the EVO75.
Is the EVO75 a perfect kit? No, of course not. For instance, removing the Atlantis coil head from the EVO Tank require separating the glass tank from the base, increasing the chance of inadvertently cracking the glass. Oh well, we can’t have everything. Also, the 0.4Ω coil head may spit back eliquid a little at higher wattages.
Overall, however, the Kit provides everything a beginner needs to join the ranks of enthusiast vapers and does so very well.
extremely good performance
Capable temp control chip
Mod firmware can be upgraded
No menu system (nice for beginners)
EU/TPD compliant 2ml-capacity Atlantis tank
The two coil heads provide distinctly different vaping experiences
Tank takes any Atlantis or Triton coils, including ceramic or Clapton
NX75 mod is fairly heavy
Adjustments could require a learning curve
EVO Atlantis tank may be a bit fiddly
Passthrough while charging works but isn’t recommended
Requires an 18650 high-drain battery
Somewhat pricey for a starter kit
It you’re looking for a starter kit and would prefer to begin near the top of the ladder rather than working up from the bottom, the Aspire EVO75 is a kit to consider, especially if you don’t mind mastering a bit of a learning curve. Performance is very, very good. Sure, it’s pricey, but it’s worth the money.
Recommended for intrepid beginning vapers who want to jump into the deep end of the pool.