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    Aspire K1 Glassomiser

    The Nautilus Mini with the new BVC coils is undoubtedly a great performer, possibly the best clearo yet, but it is a bit "fat" for an "ego" type setup.

    Could this be the answer.......



    Size: Φ14.5mm * 72mm
    Capacity: 1.5ml
    Weight: 31g / piece Pack
    Available resistance: 1.6Ω (3.0~4.2V), 1.8Ω(3.0-5.0v)
    Available Color: clear
    - See more at: http://www.aspirecig.com/products/bv....XphW3yzD.dpuf

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    Ya know.... don't mind my dig.. but it's pyrex glass... its just reinforced plastic..... I can't get my hands on a bona fida glass tank.... and top filled.. all today's clearomizers are all bottom bells....

    Would love to hear your feedback on the product if you bought some.. and do they leak?
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    They've actually released the bvc for the non nautilus aspire tanks so you could use them in all the older tanks as well. The ets glass is a good example. Holds about 3ml with a glass inner tank + suits an ego battery (especially the ego threaded version).
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    I was looking at theis the other night and it takes the bvc coil, the old kanga coils and the new ones and I think the vivinova (cant remember 8f it was the vivi coils but it takes 4 diff coils)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minnaz View Post
    I was looking at theis the other night and it takes the bvc coil, the old kanga coils and the new ones and I think the vivinova (cant remember 8f it was the vivi coils but it takes 4 diff coils)
    Hey Minnaz, isn't that the anyvape peakomizer which does that?

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    (all imho)
    I tried one of the Aspire KI clearos today, and after 2 fills (~3ml) I'm impressed. As with the other aspire BVC coils this one can a real power range without burning th juice and the flavour is clean and vape is very vapey. These Aspire folks have got a good thing with their BVC coil range. As noted already ^ the coils fit the CE5 and Nova range should you have one of those and want to upgrade without buying a whole new device.

    *Coils also fit the Billet Bridge for Billet Box owners.
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    Thanks for the review Mr G, mine are on the way from the Steamers, do I'll get a crack at them soon.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurie9300 View Post
    Thanks for the review Mr G, mine are on the way from the Steamers, do I'll get a crack at them soon.............
    Laurie, I have mine running on 12.5W with vanilla Custard on a K-Vapor P1 now and enjoying it a lot.
    I hope you enjoy yours as much as I am mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasmin View Post
    Ya know.... don't mind my dig.. but it's pyrex glass... its just reinforced plastic..... I can't get my hands on a bona fida glass tank.... and top filled.. all today's clearomizers are all bottom bells....

    Would love to hear your feedback on the product if you bought some.. and do they leak?
    I don't think pyrex glass is plastic.. do you have any sciencey link to back up your claim?
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    Pyrex is tempered glass that is used primarily in laboratories and kitchenware.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsgruffy View Post
    I don't think pyrex glass is plastic.. do you have any sciencey link to back up your claim?
    Will wiki do?
    Pyrex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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