In the box:
- Warning Label
- 1 x Aspire Triton Tank
- 1 x 1.8ohm coil with Japanese Organic Cotton
- 1 x 0.4ohm (sub-0hm) coil Japanese Organic Cotton
- RBA System (Rebuildable)
- Top-Filling System
- Made from Stainless Steel with Pyrex Tube Glass
- Standard 510 drip tip
- 3.5ml capacity
- 73.5mm height
- 22.5mm width
This is the latest sub-ohm tank to be released by Aspire and we find out in this review to see if it performs better than their previous tanks such as the Aspire Atlantis which are hugely popular among vapers.
It is extremely well made and feels good quality and but it also very lightweight to handle.
The airflow on the bottom is really easy to adjust in any position to how you prefer your airflow and there is also a top airflow which can be adjusted.
It comes with a 0.4 sub ohm coil for use on higher wattage/voltage devices, it contains the actual thread on the coil similar to the Aspire Nautilus Mini. The O ring is really tuff on this as well.
It comes with a spare 1.8ohm coil if you want to run at a lower wattage/voltage.
It has a drip mode where you can pour your juice directly in it.
The Aspire Triton tank has a massive 3.5ml capacity so plenty of eLiquid can fill up at a one time.
Unfortunately, it does not come with a spare glass tube so if you break then you may need to buy the full kit again unless they release replacement pyrex glass tubes in the future.
It produces excellent flavour and the airflow is very impressive. Even with the airflow closed it still produces a brilliant vape but vapour will get hot.
Average UK price is £35 so a little more expensive than the average tank but it is Aspire and does feel very good quality with lots of features.
The Aspire Triton looks like this could be a competitor for the Kanger Subtank range which has been massively popular in 2015.