I've tried the Nautilus Mini after hearing/reading/watching so many gushing reviews. I really don't like it: The draw is too tight regardless of setting, and I get far too many "dry hits" using it.
The same juice in my Kanger atomizers (mini, regular, mega) performs flawlessly, and there is a far greater range of airflow control (infinitely adjustable).
I just don't "get" the popularity of the Aspire line.
And then my Atlantis arrived....
This changes everything: I load my juice, and (A) way more air than I can handle, and (B) not even a hint of a "dry hit". I'm finally getting Kanger performance from an Aspire atomizer. In fact, I've just ordered a second Nautilus ... and a 5-pack of replacement coils. That is a major change for me.
I am also waiting for delivery of my Kanger SubTank, and I'm looking forward to comparing the two "big guns" against one another.
Note: I am not a "cloud chaser". I rarely exceed 10 Watts (on regulated mods), or 3.7 Volts (on mechanicals). I'm "sub-Ohm'ing" in name only -- it's that ventilation and wicking saturation that has won me over at last.