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  • The reviews for Aspire revolutionary SkyStar Revvo kit

    You know what is REALLY awesome? I just used the spring fill on the Revvo tank to "Withdraw" the liquid back into the bottle and changed flavors in about 10 seconds!!!!! All you have to do is take the bottle and squeeze the air out of it, place it on the Revvo press fill nozzle, press the bottle down and release the squeeze you had on the bottle to withdraw the liquid! Here is the video on how to do it...
    https://youtu.be/yhUWcT8joWs
    Tina
  • The reviews for Aspire revolutionary SkyStar Revvo kit

    My Video Review of the SkyStar Revvo Kit
    https://youtu.be/k8Rk9xM9bn0
    Tina
  • Aspire new product Speeder Revvo kit is coming

    @Cegoca thank you ,Radial coil is correct
    Cegoca
  • The reviews for Aspire revolutionary SkyStar Revvo kit

    @Tina Thank you for the suggestion.
    Meanwhile, I think now he speaks about the little holes from where the liquid falls down while refilling.
    It has nothing to do with the cotton wicking process.
    Tina
  • First impressions with the Skystar Revvo kit

    WOW ! That is the first thing that came up my mind.
    I expected its nice dense cloudy vape but I was really impressed by the amazing flavour restitution !
    Here is my beast, I just love this mods touch screen !

    Tina
  • Aspire new product Speeder Revvo kit is coming

    In order to give you more choices, Aspire also brings the Speeder Revvo kit to you! The Speeder is a compact but heavy duty 200W mod. Dual 18650 high rate batteries power this device that is packed with all the extras that Aspire users come to expect. Multiple TC/VV/VW/TCR and CPS (Customizable Power Setting option) for the vaping sweet spot. It has been coupled with The Revvo tank with an all new coil design, the ARC, Aspire Radial Coil, where the coil itself sits horizontally in the tank similar to a ‘stove-top’ for great flavor and great vapor production. It’s a 24mm diameter tank with a 3.6ml standard version and a 2ml TPD version. The tank has a fully adjustable top airflow by way of 3 airflow slots a Pyrex glass tank allows you to see at a glance the amount of e-liquid in the tank, and extremely easy top fill through a spring loaded filling tube. This powerhouse of a mod with the Revvo tank gives a vast array of adjustable options.
    The Speeder Revvo kit comes in 3 leather finishes: blue leather/red leather/brown leather, the soft supplenes of real leather gives a more luxurious feel in the hand.

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    Cegoca
  • Win new revolutionary Aspire products before the official release-Can you guess it?

    The first luckiest guy of aspire "lucky wheel" has come out! Congratulations to Art Olson!
    Do you wanna be the next winner?
    Click here to enter: online.aspirecig.com/event/luckywheel-2017/


    Cegoca
  • Happy Thanksgiving Day

    At this time of Thanksgiving we want to express our appreciation to our valued customers, thank you so much for your support of Aspire, your suggestions, encouragements, and high standards always inspire us, We wish you a great Thanksgiving day filled with love and joy.
    Aspire Team

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    DemiCegoca
  • New resistance coil for PockeX is coming

    I Just received my new 1.2ohm coils, currently vaping a 6mg 50/50 juice. These coils have made my Pockex so much more comfortable to use! They produce as much vapour as the 0.6 coils and the same flavour. The biggest change is the heat produced, these coils produce less than half the heat at the drip tip compared to the 0.6 version, i can chain vape the pockex now without the excessive heat. I can honestly say that these coils have made the Pockex a more comfortable and beginner friendly device. i wouldn't hesitate to recommend these coils to anyone who owns or wants to buy a Pockex... a brilliant and much needed alternative to the sub ohm coil. The other upside is less juice consumption and longer battery life.. Thanks Aspire for these from now on i'll only be buying the 1.2 ohm coils for my 2 pockex's
    charlzrocksTina
  • Solution to Cleito "Vapor Lock" Issue

    I'm not sure if this has or hasn't been discussed before, but I thought it might be helpful. I have read some posts on this forum and others from users complaining of a "vapor lock" issue, which is stated as the Aspire Cleito tank is designed in such a way that when the user vapes the liquid, the cotton then wicks more liquid which causes the fluid level in the tank to decrease without a way for air to get in to replace the spent liquid, and as such, this vacuum pressure will not allow more liquid to wick, causing the cotton to burn. I have to admit, I haven't had any issues with this, but it's because I read the instructions from the get go and took them to heart. The manual for the Cleito explicitly informs users not to overtighten the top cap after filling the tank with liquid. It doesn't say why, but I never really thought much of it, and I never had the "vapor lock" issue. Months later I had given my wife my original Cleito tank and upgraded to the Cleito 120 (even now with the RTA which is awesome!) and she got my Cleito as a hand-me-down. Well, wouldn't you know it, she was going through her atomizers at the rate of 1 per day and for the longest time I couldn't understand why. Then when she asked me to change the atomizer for her one time I immediately realized she was overtightening the top cap. After replacing it myself, and instructing her not to tighten it like that, the atomizer lasted 3 weeks. So, I experimented myself. Tightening the cap slight causes no bubbles to appear after taking a hit off the tank then removing the top after, whereas if I overtighten the tank, take a hit, and then remove the cap, bubbles appear at the cotton, clearly showing that I had created a vacuum before.

    So, there you have it. If you're burning through atomizers daily, finding muted flavor often, lack of vapor production, getting dry hits too soon and/or too frequently, check to make sure you didn't overtighten the top filling cap on the Cleito or the metallic separator on the Cleito 120. The gasket works really well, you barely need to tighten the tank to prevent liquid from leaking out the top; it never will. But if you overtighten even a little bit, it will prevent the gasket from allowing air to vent through and replace the consumed liquid, causing the dreaded "vapor lock" and preventing the cotton from wicking, which will always lead to dry burn and ruined cotton and atomizers.
    Tina
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