Experienced vapers will know what Sub-Ohm vaping is and how it works, but for those who’re unfamiliar with it, here’s what you need to know:
- It’s vaping on a device with atomizer coils that have a resistance of less than one ohm.
- Sub-Ohm vaping can increase the power output of fixed voltage devices such as mechanical vape mods and non-variable regulated devices to create more vapour and flavour.
- Users experience warmer vapour, something many people enjoy as it simulate the experience of smoking traditional cigarettes.
- It’s for experienced vapers only - By decreasing the resistance you increase the amperage your device uses, which in turn increases the strain on the battery and the heat generated by the battery and coils. Users should never exceed the amperage limit of their battery or it could fail causing possible fire or explosion.
Why Choose the Aspire EVO75 Kit?
The EVO75 Kit features the Atlantis EVO tank and NX75 Mod.
The Atlantis EVO tank provides high VG E-Liquid with an even faster route to the coil system, which gives off a thick dense vapour production. To ensure Sub-Ohm vapers get the best experience possible, the EVO75 kit comes with both 0.4Ω and 0.5Ω sub-ohm coils. The coil options allow the user to achieve their preferred taste sensation. For example, 0.4Ω coils provide greater vapour production and a balanced flavour, whereas 0.5Ω coils produce a denser vapour and deeper flavour.
The NX75-Z 75 watt mod has a five button system making it ultra-intuitive. It uses one button to navigate between Temperature Control and Wattage mode, and provides a new Customisable Firing Button Profiles (CFBP) function, which allows for heat ramp-up to be fine-tuned.
So, the EVO75 Kit has some great components, but why choose it? For one, it provides everything a beginning sub-ohm vaper needs to experience what quality vaping is about, even experienced vapers are likely to approve of and enjoy the vape experience of the EVO75 as it’s got the ideal functionality and features.
Want to know more? Find out more about the Aspire EVO75 Kit here.