Aspire is a brand of Shenzhen Eigate Techonology CO., Ltd, a company that’s existed since 2010. Eigate had already been a manufacturer of vaping products for three years when they decided to create a dedicated brand in 2013. Aspire rose quickly in popularity with numerous innovations and a large number of high-quality products that pushed vaping forward.
Aspire’s headquarters are in Shenzhen and the company now has two production facilities in Dongguan and Shenzhen. The company has a workforce of over 2000 people and its business covers more than 70 countries and regions around the world, with global service centers established in HK, USA, CA, UK, FR and more than 300 global patents to protect intellectual property. Aspire has an industry-leading R&D team and operates under a complete and reliable quality control and management system, with products certified by CE, FCC, RoHS, ISO9001, GMP and TPD guidelines.
Throughout the years, Aspire has developed a very diverse product range, including starter kits, pod systems, mouth to lung tanks, sub-ohm tanks, vape mods, and various advanced vape kits. The company takes pride in having something for everyone and covering all target audiences of the vaping market.
The Aspire Breeze NXT is the latest installment in the very popular Breeze line. The NXT is an innovative AIO that takes 0.8-ohm mesh coils and comes with external airflow adjustment, easy side-filling and a 1000 mAh battery. The NXT is button and draw-activated and its pods fit up to 5.4 mL of e-liquid.
The Aspire AVP is an advanced pod system rated for up to 12 watts. It has an ergonomic design which incorporates carbon fiber panels and a strong metal body that houses an internal 700 mAh battery. The pods hold 2.0 mL of liquid and utilize 1.2 ohm coils. They snap in via magnets and have an easy bottom filling system.
The latest tank in the legendary Nautilus series is also the most versatile Nautilus ever! The tank is compatible with all previous MTL coils of the line, but with the newly introduced 0.4-ohm coils and its redesigned airflow, it can also provide a restricted lung hit. The Nautilus 2S is 23 mm in diameter, fits up to 2.6 mL of e-liquid and comes with a childproof push-to-fill mechanism.
The Cleito 120 Pro is latest version of the popular Cleito 120. It has a sliding top-side fill system and dual slotted fully adjustable bottom airflow. The tank uses 0.16 ohm Cleito 120 Pro coils rated up to 120 watts, or 0.15 mesh coils for a flavorful mid range vape. It holds up to 4.2 mL with a bubble glass option.
The Aspire Cleito Shot is a disposable sub ohm tank, sold in packs of three. It runs on a non-replaceable 0.3 ohm mesh coil that uses cotton and linen fiber wicking. Featuring a convenient top-filling system, the tank is 27 mm in diameter, holds up to 4.3 mL of liquid and is constructed out of food grade plastic.
The Reax Mini is a compact vape kit that bundles the Reax Mini mod with the Tigon tank. The mod houses a 1600 mAh battery and comes with six power options and a direct output mode for sub ohm coils. The Tigon tank features an easy top-fill mechanism and can be used for both MTL and DL vaping.
The K-Lite is a compact vape starter kit by Aspire. It’s comprised of a variable voltage box mod with a 900 mAh rechargeable battery and five voltage settings. The kit features the K-Lite tank, which is compatible with BVC and Spryte coils. The higher resistance coils make the K-Lite a great choice for nicotine salt e-liquid.
The Aspire Tigon is a versatile vape pen kit that that utilizes a 2600 mAh rechargeable battery. It is designed for simplicity and ease of use. The device features single button operation and a child-safe sliding top fill system. The tank allows for both direct lung and MTL vaping depending on the coil and airflow options you choose.
The first product to ever come out of Aspire’s factory was the disposable pen-style e-cigarette. Soon after that, the first Aspire branded product was their edition of the CE5. The Aspire CE5 came with an update on the coils to the legendary atomizer, adding dual-coils and a bottom feeding design that minimized dry hits. The name of the coil tech was BDC (bottom dual coils) and they were an instant hit with vapers worldwide.
Aspire kept producing popular products, but their flagships started arriving near the end of 2013. The product that catapulted Aspire to the top was the original Nautilus tank, the first vape tank to ever feature an adjustable airflow design. One of the many reasons behind its great success was the innovation that took place –again—in coil design, with the BVC (bottom vertical coil) system. And the most interesting part, is that it was designed by the same engineer who designed the BDC coils, who also happens to be the boss of Aspire. Trying the BDC coils that came with the Nautilus, he noticed that flavor and overall performance were not up to his standards. After a lot of experimentation, he had the idea to put the coil vertically, which in theory would heat e-liquid uniformly and maximize flavor and vapor output. Half a decade later, and bottom vertical coils are still being used in practically every tank that is produced (and has been produced since then).
With a great design, 5 mL e-liquid capacity, adjustable airflow and the BVC coils performing at a high level, the Nautilus tank was an instant hit and helped a great number of smokers transition to vaping smoothly. And soon after that, the Nautilus Mini surpassed all expectations by adding an improved adjustable airflow design and fixing all minor design shortcomings of the original. Fast forward to 2016, and the Nautilus X makes its appearance with an updated coil design and options for more airflow. But Aspire listened to its customer base, and by the end of the year, reverted back to the BVC coils with the Nautilus 2. With BVC coil compatibility, easy top filling and a more modern design, the Nautilus 2 became an instant hit both with beginners and experienced vapers. The latest installment of the Nautilus tank line, the Nautilus 2S, came in 2018, and introduced a couple of airier BVC coils (a regular wire one and a mesh one), for vapers who want to experiment with restricted lung vaping.
Aspire established its reign over the mouth to lung section of the market with the original Nautilus and solidified its place there with the rest of the products of the Nautilus line. But what about sub ohm vaping?
Near the end of 2014, the company came out with another innovative product that drastically changed the vaping landscape. The Atlantis, the first refillable sub ohm tank to ever hit the market, managed to bring a similar experience to direct lung vaping on an RDA, without the hassle of DIY. If you are vaping on a sub ohm tank, you’ll have to thank the Aspire Atlantis for that!
The Atlantis was followed in 2015 by the Atlantis 2, which replaced the ceramic coils of the original with 100% organic cotton wicks and added coil options, an even wider airflow and an extra mL of juice capacity. Later that year, Aspire released the Atlantis Mega which raised the capacity to 5 mL, and the line of tanks was completed with the Atlantis EVO in 2016.
Other popular products include the Aspire Triton, the PockeX starter kit, the Cleito line of sub ohm tanks, and the Breeze and Breeze 2 pod systems. In the mod market, Aspire has produced all types of devices, ranging from simple pen-style mods with direct output to powerful dual-battery mods. Two of the most noteworthy are the Aspire Zelos, an easy to use mod that also comes as a kit with the Nautilus 2, and the Puxos, one of the first 20700 and 21700-compatible variable wattage mods to ever hit the market.
Aspire is devoted to keep shaping the vaping world with revolutionary technology and innovative vapes. The company strives to bring to its customers a wide range of products that perform at a high level and promises to keep providing excellent customer service and continued support.