Aspire Atlantis with eleaf Istick

Would this be compatible, or would I require a battery then went subOhm?? The eLeaf Istick specs are below:

•2200mah battery

•variable voltage from 3.0v to 5.5v

•variable wattage up to 20w, min is around 7w, it doesn't have a stated minimum, it depends on whatever your resistance is at fired at 3volts

•75mm x 21mm x 32.8mm

•Black, silver, red, or blue

•OLED screen that displays wattage, voltage, resistance, and battery life. Puff length in seconds while firing

•Micro USB charging

•Fires minimum 1 ohm, no idea the max, my guess is 3 ohms

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  • Dear Customer,
    Thank you for supporting aspire!
    We are sorry that your battery is not compatible with the Atlantis,for the wattage is not enough to fire the tank.
    Our Atlantis is compatible with 20-30W wattage output batteries,Customers need check the wattage output is enough to fire our Atlantis,what's more,please make sure using wattage not exceed 30W,or you will burn the coils

    Have a nice day!
  • The iStick has a 1 Ohm Minimum limit
  • There is a 30W iStick available now, although the simplicity of the Aspire tubes that are made specifically for the Atlantis ... they're pretty nice and won't be as much $
  • I use the eleaf istick with a nautilus mini tank and that works fantastically!!
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