Aspire Nautilus coils are available in a wide range of resistances to cater for a broad spectrum of vapers, explore the full potential your vape coil has to offer.
High Resistance Coils
- 1.8ohm kanthal (10W-14W)
- 1.8ohm AIO/NS (10W-14W)
Ideal for MTL (Mouth To Lung) vaping. Best suited to high PG, nicotine salt and 50:50 eliquids for minimal vapour production. The sensation will closely replicate a cigarette-like inhale ideal for beginner vapers.
- Uses less e-liquid
- Can use high nicotine strength e-liquids
- Smaller clouds of vapour
- Uses less battery
Low Resistance Coils
- 0.7ohm Standard (18W-23W)
- 0.7ohm 2S Mesh BVC (20W-25W)
- 0.4ohm BVC (23W-28W)
Ideal for DTL (Direct To Lung) vaping. Best suited for 50:50 PG:VG and higher VG based e-liquids for larger clouds of vapour.
- Uses more e-liquid
- Can use lower nicotine strength e-liquids
- Larger clouds of vapour
- Uses more battery
Nautilus coils are built with high quality organic cotton and patented nichrome that provides even heating and excellent performance. The coils feature a screw fit connection at the base of each coil, making for easy and hassle-free coil changing.
Keep your tank in top working order with these high-quality Nautilus coils from Aspire, these coils promise smooth flavour and great vapour production.
Devices Compatible with these Coils
- Aspire K3 Quick Start Kit
- Aspire Zelos 3
- Aspire Nautilus 2S Tank
- Aspire Nautilus GT Tank
- Aspire Nautilus Tank
- Aspire Nautilus 2 Tank
- Aspire Nautilus 3 Tank
- Aspire Triton Mini Tank
- Aspire Nautilus Mini Tank
- Aspire Zelos 3 Kit
- Aspire Zelos Nano Kit
- Aspire Nautilus Prime X pod kit
- Range of Resistances
- BVC and Mesh Coil Options
- Compatible with a large selection of Vape Kits and Tanks
- Organic Cotton
- Excellent Flavour and Cloud Production
Which Coils are Best for MTL Vaping?
Higher resistance coils are best for mouth-to-lung vaping (1.8ohm, 1.8ohm AIO/NS).
The inhalation technique is similar to smoking a regular cigarette. Inhale into your mouth, then into your lungs.
Which Coils are Best for DTL Vaping?
Lower resistance coils are best for direct-to-lung vaping (0.7ohm Standard, 0.7ohm 2S Mesh, 0.4ohm kanthal).
The inhalation technique is slightly different to smoking a regular cigarette. Inhale directly into your lungs. This technique is also known as ‘sub ohm’ vaping.
How Long will my Aspire Nautilus Coil Last?
Vape coils should last the average vaper between a week or two before the coil needs changing. Changing your coil regularly will provide the best vape possible. The coil is used to heat eliquid in your vape tank turning it into vapour, over time you will notice it isn’t performing as well as it once did.
When to Change your Vape Coil
- Flavour is reduced
- Vapour production is reduced
- Coil tastes slightly burnt
- Eliquid has turned dark and thick
- Gurgling sound/Leaking
Do I Need to Prime My Coil?
Priming your coil means allowing time for your eliquid to fully saturate the wicking material in your coil. If you press the fire button when there’s no eliquid in your tank the coil will burn. Priming your coil will prolong the life of your atomiser coils.
How Does My Coil Work?
The atomiser coil is made up of two parts. The coil and the wicking material.
Coil – Made of metal. Wrapped in a coil shape. The amount of wraps determines the resistance of the coil.
Wicking Material - Feeds eliquid to the heating element. Often made of cotton.
When the fire button is pressed the coil is activated. The coil heats up the e-liquid producing vapour clouds.