Aspire X30 Rover Kit Review

In this Aspire X30 Rover Kit review, we take an in-depth look at the features of this new starter kit.

A little bit different from their recent products such as the RDTA which are more aimed at experienced vapers. The Aspire X30 Rover starter kit is more aimed at vapers who are beginners and want simple to use.

The box contains an authenticity code to prevent fakes and clones, this enables you to verify your product when you have purchased it, something Aspire have always done with their products.

In the box, you will find the Aspire NX 30 Mod, Nautilus X Tank with a pre-installed coil, spare pyrex glass, warranty card, USB cable, lanyard and user manual.

The Aspire NX30 box mod is very compact and the included lanyard means you can dangle it around your neck. The MOD and tank attached almost fits fully in your hand so would be great for stealth vaping at work for instance.

We found it nice and simple to use with a good sized square fire button and smaller voltage/wattage adjustment buttons.

The OLED screen is very bright and clear, displaying information such as mode, wattage/voltage, locked status and battery level.

It can fire up to 30 watts and has a built-in 2000 mAh battery which is pretty high considering the size of the Aspire X30 Mod.

The 510 spring loaded connector ensures that your tank has full contact once it is screwed on.

The Aspire Nautilus X Tank is also nice and compact. We will shortly be covering the tank in a different review shortly but it does not disappoint by any means.

The black and stainless steel finish is quality and comfortable to fire up when holding it. It is also available in Silver, Red and Blue.

The micro USB connection is located on the side so can be charged whilst it is stood up. It features a pass-through mode so you can even vape while charging.

The Aspire X30 Rover Kit contains everything except eLiquid to get you started.

As usually Aspire has delivered another excellent product aimed at beginners and this would make a fabulous gift for someone. This would be a much better option that a pen style vape and will probably last you a long time.

You are not limited with the included Aspire Nautilus X Tank and most tanks on the market will work with this Mod.

Experienced vapers might not be impressed with the built-in battery and capacity especially if you are used to using Mods with 18650 batteries. It would be great as a backup Mod or if are traveling and want something really compact then this is a perfect addition to your vaping collection.

We hope you enjoyed our Aspire X30 Rover Kit review and highly recommend that retailers stock this one. It retails for around £40 so provides value for money compared some other kits on the market.

3 thoughts on “Aspire X30 Rover Kit Review”

  1. Very informative review, we have just started stocking the Aspire X30 Rover Kit in our shops and customers seem very happy with it. Simple to use and quality build, cannot go wrong for the price either!

  2. I bought this as I was wanting to quit smoking (20-30 a day roll ups) I went to local vape shop and this was recomended and really can’t fault it once I got used to using it (could do with better instructions). If your after quitting and not after all the vapour cloud then this is the one, don’t get me wrong it produces plenty of vapour but not like the ones youll see where people are walking down the street looking like a steam train. In a nut shell, for a smoker wanting to quit it’s spot on…… only problem I have is it could do with a bigger tank.

    • This battery come with a nautilus X 2ml tank. There is an extension kit for this tank that will take it upto 4ml. Roughly a tenner


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