Aspire Cloudflask Pod System Kit Review

Aspire Cloudflask Pod System is designed to bring luscious clouds to vapers that enjoy cloud chasing. The sleek Sub-ohm coil pod system is designed for those that enjoy DTL vaping. Aspire has been a trusted brand in the vaping world since 2013 always ahead of the curve in innovation and advanced technology. The Cloudflask appears promising with an eye-catching chassis and appealing features, but before you hit purchase let’s check out the functions of the Pod System.

Specs

  • Dimensions: 92mm by 50mm by 22mm
  • Display: N/A
  • Batteries:Integrated 2000mAh Rechargeable Battery
  • Wattage Output:50W
  • Voltage Output: 3.0-3.8V
  • Resistance Range:0.25ohm 
  • Temperature Range:  N/A
  • Juice Capacity:5.5mL
  • Coil Ratings: Mesh Coil

Features

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  • 0.25 Mesh Coil
  • Bypass Output
  • 2000mAh battery
  • Type Charge

Vaping with Vic

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  • Pros
  • Battery
  • Chain Vaping
  • Chassis
  • Coil
  • Flavor
  • Cons
  • FingerPrint Magnet

Vapourettes

  • Pros
  • Chassis
  • Clouds
  • Flavor
  • Coils
  • Cons
  • Coils don’t last 

Vape Don’t Smoke

  • Pros
  • Flavor
  • Clouds
  • Single Button Fire
  • Cons
  • FingerPrint Magnet
  • Seepage from e-liquid
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Conclusion

The Aspire Cloudflask is a sleek compact portable that booms with flavors and clouds diving right into the pros, it’s chassis is a petite mimic of a flask that can easily fit in your pocket making it the perfect pack up and go vape it is easy to operate only requiring a single fire of a button. The flavor and cloud production of the Cloudflask is exceptionally good, primarily due to the 0.25ohm Mesh Coil. The flavor hits hard because the coil is closer to your mouth only separated by an 810 drip tip, there is no condensation. The minute that the e-liquid hits the coil it produces the vapor that shoots through the 810 drip tip and straight into your mouth. One con about the coils is if you are vaping with 60 or 70VG liquid you get a little spit back from the coil because if you leave the mod sitting there the coil becomes oversaturated and you get spit back. The Cloudflask has no chimney to catch the spit back coming from the top of the coil. The  stock coil sub-ohm tank coil makes all the difference inside the pod giving a regular AIO sub-ohm performance. The pod is very airy because of the huge 810 drip tip which produces massive clouds that you can get lost in. Another con is the Cloudflask performs as a straight direct lung pod and not restricted as advertised, but it makes up for that by providing a warm vape with a nice open draw. The 2000mAh battery life of the Cloudflask is long lasting, giving you roughly three hours of battery if you are a chain vaper but can last you all day if you only use it occasionally throughout the day. The battery is high enough to run the coils for the Cloudflask yet they don’t push the batteries as hard. The minor cons include the Cloudflask chassis with the chrome finish being a fingerprint magnet.

Final Thoughts

If you seek clouds, and intense flavor you will get a thrill out of the Cloudflask Pod System kit. It’s beginner user friendly with easy operations, the body of the chassis is perfect for using as a portable everyday device. The only caution I will issue is if you don’t like airy vapes with DTL hits this may not be the pod system for you. The Cloudflask has a long battery life, a large e-juice capacity and uses type C charging, what’s not to love. I’d highly recommend it!

 

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