The big deal about the Nautilus Mini is the brand new coil design by Aspire. The new technology is designed to have the coils last longer and give a purer and cleaner taste from e juices. It is called the BVC, or Bottom Vertical Coil.
The Nautilus Mini
comes installed with a 1.8 ohm BVC coil head. One of the more popular settings to use your Aspire Nautilus Mini BVC is at 1.8 ohms at 13 watts. In addition, the new bottom vertical coils are also compatible with the original Aspire Nautilus.
The Nautilus Mini includes an improved four-port adjustable airflow system that is user friendly, as well as reliable. This four port system allows the user to adjust the draw, warmth of the vapor, and the amount of vapor that’s produced by simply rotating the valve ring.
With the airflow control system and a new coil setup, the Aspire Mini Nautilus tank is looking to be the best clearomizer for 2014. You can use it on any eGo or 510 threaded mod device (as long as you have the a 510 adapter). It’s also liable to be very popular given the Aspire Nautilus’s previous success. Look out for this one, as there’s not really any downsides to spending the extra money on a device that works.