If you’re looking for a perfect pocket mod, or perhaps you’re looking to upgrade your current vaping gear to a box mod for the first time, the Aspire ESP 30W might just be perfect for you.
The ESP is incredibly light and small enough to fit right in your palm, while also managing to pack some serious punch with a maximum wattage setting of 30W. The battery is a light but powerful 1900mAh Li-Po battery which when fully charged will provide a reasonably regular user with something in the region of ten to twelve hours usage. It’s compatible with a wide variety of tanks, including many of the sub-Ohm variety, so it’s box mod you can have plenty of fun with.
Aspire ESP 30W Features
The carbon fibre finish looks good and feels smooth in the hand, while the curved shape of the mod’s body is comfortable to hold and operate. The activation button is mechanical, sturdy and feels rather satisfying to push. The device comes packaged in a protected box which is ideal for storage or for packing away in a bag when travelling, though the device is small enough and light enough to be perfectly fine in a pocket.
There’s no doubt that the aesthetic design of this box mod is pretty fantastic, however it’s the operational features of the Aspire ESP where we will see some vapers getting extra excited and others perhaps losing interest. This is because the ESP is one of the simpler box mods with a contained battery and a large dial for adjusting the wattage. That wattage can be adjusted between 5W and 30W in 1W increments, and there is a display screen which will show you the current wattage, voltage and coil resistance as well as the remaining battery life. And that’s as complicated as it gets. However, the ESP’s relatively simple specs actually provide an easy and satisfying vaping experience that should be greatly appreciated by all kinds of vapers regardless of their experience.
The Aspire ESP also offers plenty of options with regards to what tanks you can use with it. The 510 thread is spring-loaded allowing most clearomizer tank systems to be attached, plus the mod can also be used with coils bearing a low resistance of 0.5 Ohms, such as the Aspire Atlantis tank or other non-Aspire tanks with a minimum 0.5 Ohms in their coil’s resistance. For serious sub-Ohm vapers, it is worth noting that many users have reported the Aspire ESP as operating perfectly fine with a minimum coil resistance of 0.3 Ohms, though this is not the official advice from Aspire.
The ESP also operates as a pass-through so you can vape with it while it’s charging via the USB cable included with the mod. The connection is at the bottom of the device so it will need to be laid flat while charging, so depending on the tank you are using you may need to remove it before plugging in to charge (lots of tanks are perfectly fine being laid horizontally though, but do check yours is fine like this first).
Why the Aspire ESP 30W is Great for New Vapers
By new vapers, I mean those that have been vaping for a while and know that it works for them, but haven’t upgraded their vaping kit beyond the eGo-style batteries yet. If you are at this point in your vaping experience and are looking to upgrade your gear to a box mod with some adjustable settings that allow you to get the best out of the more advanced tank systems, then you can’t really go wrong with this Aspire ESP 30W.
It’s easy to use and the variable wattage setting isn’t complicated at all. It’s operated via the large dial at the top of the device and you simply turn it one way to up the wattage and the other way to reduce. A small screen displays the current wattage and voltage settings so you always know how much power you are vaping with, plus the screen also shows the resistance of the coil in the tank you are using which is useful for getting to know what kind of wattage you should use in conjunction with the type of tank and juice you are vaping with.
Why the Aspire ESP 30W is Great for Experienced Vapers
For veteran vapers who are likely to own a more advanced high-end box mod already, this Aspire ESP might be a perfect alternative or back-up device as it’s small and light, and yet still packs a significant punch. It would allow you to leave your larger or heavier devices at home if you have some travelling to do while still providing you with a satisfying vape on the go.
It’s the perfect pocket mod powered by a 1900mAh battery which will provide a good ten to twelve hours of reasonably regular use. Judging by customer reviews of this product, you might just find its performance to be even better than some of the pricier mods out there. Of course, not everyone likes to keep it simple when it comes to their vaping devices, so if you’re one of those then bear in mind that there aren’t very many bells and whistles on this device. It does do exactly what it says on the tin though.
So ultimately, the Aspire ESP 30W is a great little device for multiple reasons regardless of your level of experience as a vaper. Yes, it’s very simple but this is a great strength for less experienced vapers. And for veterans the ESP makes for a fantastic back-up that won’t let you down when you need it.
The Aspire ESP 30W Features at a Glance:
• Dimensions: 95mm x 41mm x 25mm
• Weight: 3.5oz (approx.)
• 510 thread (compatible with most clearomizer tank systems)
• Self-adjusting connection
• Variable Wattage (5W to 30W)
• Wattage adjusted in 1W increments
• 1900mAh Li-Po battery
• Micro USB port for charging
• USB Charger operates as a pass-through
• Reportedly fires atomizer coil resistances as low as 0.3 Ohms