Aspire AVP AIO Pod System Review

Aspire AVP AIO Pod System


The AVP AIO Pod System is a brand new full-featured device from Aspire. It is designed for ultra-portability and maximum convenience, with an all-in-one design. No mods, tanks, or complications – just sweet, sweet clouds. The kit includes replaceable pods which can also be purchased separately, and each pod includes an integrated 1.2ohm coil for MTL vaping. It includes a fixed airflow system, as well, with each pod featuring a pretty standard 2.0mL capacity. Before we dive into what all the reviewers are saying about this kit, let’s take a look at the specs and features of the AVP.



  • Dimensions: 82 x 39 x 14mm
  • Construction: Zinc-Alloy
  • Battery: Integrated 700mAh Rechargeable Battery
  • Wattage Output Range: 8 – 12W
  • Capacity: 2.0mL
  • Coil Resistance: 1.2ohm



  • NiChrome Heating Element
  • Wattage Adjustment Button
  • Protections – Short-Circuit, Overcharge, & Over-Heat



Suck My Mod (YouTube)


-          Can easily view juice levels while pod is installed

-          Appealing aesthetics with a classy look

-          Solid feel and good construction quality

-          Long-lasting battery for all-day vaping

-          High-quality flavor and warm vapor production on highest 12W setting



-          Messy fill system. While intuitive, the recessed nature of the fill ports makes it difficult to clean spilled juice

-          Loose MTL draw doesn’t provide the throat hit one might expect from an MTL device

-          Anything below 12W feels too cool and flavor quality suffers


Mike Vapes (YouTube)


-          Power controls are always nice to have

-          Big battery, long battery life

-          Attractive aesthetics

-          Solid feel and good construction quality

-          Press-to-fill method is super convenient


-          Too much airflow – loose MTL draw offers a weak throat hit

-          Even at 12W, power feels just a tad too low for a really satisfying vape


AnthonyVapes (Reddit)


-          Great build quality

-          Attractive appearance with a large variety of color options

-          Good battery life

-          Among the best flavor production of any pod systems when used on 10 or 12W settings.


-          Messy fill system.

-          Dark tint on pods makes it hard to check juice levels.


While a lot of reviewers are hesitant to issue a firm thumbs-up or thumbs-down on products, the consensus on the AVP seems pretty clear: these guys (and gals) like it.


The AVP received top marks across the board for its solid battery life, excellent construction, and classic appearance. Reviewers also had a generally positive experience with the flavor production, although nearly all of them suggested using the system only on its two highest wattage settings.


The fill system seems to be a point of contention for reviewers, however, as they expressed divided opinions on its utility. While they largely agreed that a press-to-fill system is a good idea, they tended to have some strong feelings regarding its implementation. As seen in some of the videos, it’s very easy to create a mess with this kind of system, and its recessed location can make it pretty hard to clean. Also seen in these videos, however, is how minor an issue that was in the long run. The other major downside is that the AVP tends to provide a looser MTL draw than some other devices. As reviewers noted, tight vs. loose MTL draws are largely a matter of personal preference, so the extra airflow and loose draw may not necessarily be a checkmark in the “con” column for everyone.


Overall, the AVP is a great pod system with some excellent features and top-notch flavor production for those who don’t mind a more airy MTL draw and have no issue navigating the pitfalls of a press-to-fill system.

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