Aspire Plato Review
Aspire was founded in 2013 and is one of the fast-growing brands in the world today. Service management, product development and quality control have contributed to their fast growth. With a very experienced team and with the goal of releasing to the public a new product every three months, there’s no bound for this manufacturer.
This all-in-one device, like a few other products out there, brings a new all-in-one experience to vaping. An ideal vape mod for a starter. The kit consists of an 18650 battery (Aspire-branded), a USB charging cable, a spare central stem and coil, two drip tips – one steel and one Delrin, a couple of spare rings for the tank, a tool for removing the central stem and coil portion of the tank and a user manual.
Unlike many others, this box mod is rounded at some of its edges particularly at the top and bottom. You can set your power output anywhere between 1 and 50 watts.
Airflow control: A two-hole opening at the bottom of the device provides a good airflow setup with options for a mouth-to-lung vaping and also a direct-to-lung method. This set up helps to cool down the vapor and also the coils so they don’t overheat. In addition, you get a tighter draw and a better feel of flavor.
Tank: Though the kit does not come with any e-juice, the tank has a capacity of 4.6mL to 5.6mL to accommodate your favourite e-juice producing immense vapor and flavor for a relentless vaping Tank can be refilled by pouring your juice into it through the opening at the top edge. Just open the cover and pour.
OLED display screen: The display is used to inform the user of the current battery level, power output and coil resistance.
USB Port: The port can be used to charge the device and also to upgrade the device’s firmware.
2500mAh battery: The Plato makes you own a spare battery because it uses an external battery and can also be charged via USB charger cable. It uses a 2500mAh battery that gives a current output of 20A to serve you throughout the day.
Titanium and Nickel coils: This vape mod can operate in both the VW and TC mode. In the VW mode, you can choose regulated mode or bypass, with the latter working more like an unregulated mechanical device and firing at a wattage determined by the coil resistance and the amount of charge left in your battery. In TC mode, this device supports both Nickel and Titanium coils and can handle temperature range of 200 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit and 100 to 300 degrees Celsius.
- Safety features are available
- All-in-one design
- Portable and sleek
- Firmware upgrading transition isn’t smooth enough