A New Sub-Ohm King has Emerged. Aspire Celito EXO Review.

Author: TheListOfJustin (This is the same Username he uses on Reddit.com)

What’s inside the treasure chest

  • Aspire Celito EXO tank
  • .4 ohm coil and .16 TBD compliant coil
  • Spare drip tip, extra o-rings

Here’s the showstopper.

I want to start off by saying thanks to the good folks at Aspire Vape Co for sending me this gem. That in no way reflects how I feel about this tank. There is a what were they thinking moment I’ll be digging into later.

First thing I want to mention is this tank is a beauty. Every time I get a new tank I get all excited. I show it off to my girlfriend and she crushes my vibes. Says the same thing over and over. “Looks the same as all your other tanks.” I proudly displayed the Aspire Celito EXO on my mod overwhelmed with anticipation, said look at this. She stated, “That’s the best looking tank I’ve seen.” Booya!

Let’s dig into the guts. The tank houses 3.5 ml of juice. 2 ml with the .16 ohm coil. Making it TBD compliant. Top down airflow done right is what makes this one truly shine. I tried and failed miserably to get this thing to leak. It simply refused. One of the issues that plagued the og Celito was the infamous flavor lock. Not present with this tank. I employ an army of sub ohm tanks. When it comes to flavor it stands above the rest. My drippers were even sent to a retirement home.

I swear Aspire forges their coils on Mt Olympus. They have consistently put out the best coils since the creation of the BVC for the Nautilus Mini. The Aspire Celito EXO coils are no different. I expect to get over a month per coil. Try doing that with the Baby Beast or TFV 8. Won’t happen, I employ both and get maybe 2 weeks tops.

That being said there is no perfect tank. All tanks have flaws including this. I have found 2. You can’t change your coil without draining your tank. I make my own juice so I rate this very low on my cons list. Possibly the bottom. If you buy juice though, really rings true for those who buy premium juice. You don’t want to waste it. This tank will cause you to dump juice literally down the drain.

Now we march forward to my biggest con. You can’t adjust the airflow. Let that soak in for a moment. When I first received the tank I couldn’t believe it. How could they not include that? Was someone asleep at the wheel? This will defiantly cost them some sales. If you want to vape this tank below 50 watts forget about it. Wide open air flow equals muted flavor. I’ve been puffing on this for almost a week now at 56 watts. I’ve kinda forgotten about not being able to adjust. It’s the perfect amount of air for that and beyond.

In conclusion, despite the flaws this is hands down the best tank I have experienced to this date. Looks great, flavor is unmatched and cloud production is on point. You have the ability to use the Celito and 120 coils. One tank to rule them all. If you vape your tanks wide open anyways not being able to fine tune shouldn’t be a big deal. Don’t let that rob you from being able to experience the Aspire Celito EXO. The new king of the sub ohm realm.

Author: TheListOfJustin (This is the same Username he uses on Reddit.com)

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