Review: Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO #Vaping #Ecigarette

Aspire is one of my husband’s favourite vaping brands, having found their products reliable and enjoyable to use, so when he was given the opportunity to review the Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO from ECigWizard he jumped at the chance.

The Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO model is sleeker than my husband’s usual sub ohm e-cigarettes, at 11.77cm tall and 1.97cm wide. It is an all new, discreet, low profile sub ohm device using a 0.6Ω stainless steel Nautilus X U-Tech coil, with a wide Delrin drip-tip and big top-airflow allowing for increased vapour production.

The Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO fills from the top which means it is easy to replace coils as there is no need to drain the 2ml tank (TPD Compliant) first. The device has designed to be leak proof, perfect for transporting the e-cigarette in a pocket, and has a battery capacity if 1500mah.

Handily you can tell how much battery is remaining by noting the colour of the fire button; blue means you have more than 30% power, pink means less than 30% so prepare to charge! One issue is that the kit is not suitable for use with e-liquid with a VG content lower than 50%, although this doesn’t affect my husband.

The Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO comes in four colours; black, white, stainless steel and rose gold so you can pick whichever best suits your style. Vlad has certainly found it to be comparable with his larger, bulkier sub-ohm devices and has been favouring it on days out due to its portability and reliability.

Vlad has been very happy with the elegant Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO and awards it 5 out of 5 stars.

Aspire PockeX Pocket AIO



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