Aspire EVO75 Kit
After reviewing one 75W Box Mod after another, I always look for features, specifications or some advantage, good or bad, to separate each individual product. Once I saw the Aspire NX75 Box Mod, the five button configuration instantly had my adrenalin running in excitement. Most devices consist of a three button layout with a fire button and two regulatory Up/Down or (+) and (-) buttons. Aspire designed the NX75 Mod with five buttons, eliminating a menu system giving you two quick and simple commands to change between different modes. Let’s see if this concept along with a highly advanced chipset is successful with the Aspire EVO75 Kit.
NX75 Mod + EVO Tank = Aspire EVO75 Kit
Designed and manufactured by Eigate, the Aspire EVO75 Kit contains the Aspire NX75 Box Mod and the Atlantis EVO Sub-Ohm Tank. The NX75 is constructed with a die-cast zinc alloy that gives it a clean but durable fit and finish. The Black version is what I’ve been using but is also available in White and Stainless Steel. The overall texture is smooth but a mix between Satin and Glossy. The entire setup (with a full tank of eJuice) weighs in at 250g so it has that high-end bulk us consumers love to see while still retaining a compact and portable chassis. With a 22.3mm width, don’t plan on fitting any Atomizer over 22mm unless you can settle with some overhang.
The extra two buttons that surround the 0.86 OLED screen makes navigating through all the included modes very straightforward. The 8mm square fire button gets you straight to the vapor with a quick response and minimal firing delay. The W (Wattage Modes) and T (Temperature Modes) buttons are right below the fire button and the (+) and (-) buttons are directly below the display screen. I’ve gotten no misfires and battery rattle is nowhere to be found. The NX75 Box Mod has sharp lines and features a simple square design with square buttons and a square display screen so aesthetically it’s bringing nothing extradoniary to the table as far as visual appeal. Since it’s so compact and easily transported, holding the device is not too painstakingly bad; in other words there are more form-fitting devices relating to comfort.
The NX75 runs on a single high-rate 18650 battery (not included). The battery compartment detaches from the rest of the mod (similar to the Innokin Disrupter) and is very sturdy and well-built. Simply insert your battery into the top which then slides down into place. Battery orientation markings are presented on both the battery compartment and inside the mod which will limit potential installation errors (but is equipped with Reverse Polarity Protection just in case). Line up the battery housing with the rest of the device and snap it back into place. It’s held on with two strong magnets and is also easy to remove giving you extremely quick battery exchanges. Gold-plated battery terminals and zero battery rattle wraps up an efficient way to remove and install your battery. Eight small holes on the bottom of the mod serve as some battery venting which does a great job accomplishing just that.
Don’t let the simple design fool you because the Aspire EVO75 Kit has so many ways to personalize every bit of the vaping process and all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a premium product! The Aspire NX75 can fire up to 75W with an 8.5V maximum output so running your higher-ohm coils (up to 3.5Ω) is doable but it can still handle down to 0.1Ω. By clicking the W-Wattage button, you cycle through Variable Wattage, Variable Voltage (which is much less common these days), Bypass Mode and CFBP C1-C3 which are custom power curve settings I will explain later on. Pressing the T-Temperature button brings you Nickel, Titanium, Stainless Steel 316L and your three TCR Profiles (M1-M3) and fires from 200°-600°F. Like I said before, anything and everything you need to satisfy even the most critical vaper is alive and well with the Aspire NX75 Box Mod!
Note: When attaching an Atomizer to the Gold-plated 510 connection in TC Mode, the software will automatically lock the resistance for you. Make sure the coil is at room temperature before attaching it to the mod for a more accurate temperature control.
Custom Features – Aspire EVO75 Kit
The Aspire NX75 is loaded with tons of customization features that I have to highlight. The beautiful, bright OLED screen orientation automatically rotates depending on which way you look at the display. A Child Lock (holding the W and (-) buttons together) allows you to input a three digit password which will lock the device. There will be a big lock picture not allowing any functionality whatsoever until you enter the three digit password. It works flawlessly and a very effective way for us parents that want to keep our curious kids out of harm’s way. You can even change the logo that displays on the main screen (ASPIRE is there by default) to a maximum of 10 characters; a really cool option to make the device your own.
The CFBP (Customization Firing Button Profiles) allows for preheat ramp-up, or power curve, to be fine-tuned depending on your preference of vape. You can customize the wattage every 0.5 second intervals to really dial in exactly what you like. There’s a micro USB port that can handle up to 2A charging with the included cable and correct adapter which supports pass-through (even though Aspire specifically says they don’t recommend using it) and is also firmware upgradeable.
The thing I love about Aspire Tanks and others that share the same coil/chimney design is I never get any leaking and the Atlantis EVO is no exception! The Aspire Atlantis EVO Sub-Ohm Tank (check out Julia’s in-depth review here) is 22mm with a 2ml eJuice capacity. With an optional extension glass and adapter, you can increase the capacity to 4ml. The EVO has an easy top-fill system with 4mm between the glass and the coil to dump your eJuice. Just be careful not to overfill it or you’ll push out some liquid around the top of the glass. The tank comes with a silicone cuff or sleeve around the top cap which is also compatible with the various colors of the Aspire Cleito Sub-Ohm Tank as well.
I won’t go into too much detail as Julia, another very talented reviewer at Spinfuel, covered just about everything you need to know which I agree with one hundred percent. The four 7mm x 2.2mm adjustable airflow provides plenty of air to the two coils included in the kit. I did get some slight whistling taking stronger pulls but wasn’t a consistent issue. The tank never gets above warm so heat will not be a concern from a buyers perspective. The 13mm Delrin drip tip is comfortable to vape on and the top cap is 510 compatible if you don’t mind the unattractive look it gives the tank. No dry hits with great coil life equaled an awesome companionship with the NX75 Mod.
The preinstalled 0.4Ω Kanthal Clapton coil head has a 5.3mm ID coil and four 5.3mm x 2.5mm wicking slots. I ran this coil at 50W for over a week and puts out excellent flavor. The 0.5Ω Kanthal Clapton coil head has a 4mm ID coil with the same size wicking slots. Right at 40W is where my power stayed and I prefer this coil over the preinstalled simply because it preserved my juice much better! Even with only 2ml of capacity, I noticed I wasn’t filling up as often as the 0.4Ω option. Both coils are definitely underpowered from what I vape on a daily basis but nonetheless the experience was very satisfying.
If Aspire were to release a 150W-200W dual battery version with the same button layout, battery compartment but round the edges and spice up the appearance a bit more, it could be a top contender! Even though the five-button layout makes changing modes easier, learning all the different commands to access everything the Aspire NX75 Mod has to offer could be a challenge. Having the coils cross-compatible with tanks like the Tobeco Super Tank and the Sense Herakles is a huge selling point for someone with a ton of leftover coils lying around. I commend Aspire for giving us something different rather than releasing something we’ve seen 100 times already.
“For $57.95 at Element Vape, the Aspire EVO75 Kit can and will be bought by both beginners and advanced users. I found plenty of features to play with while still providing a fun vaping experience. The small 2ml capacity could deter some away from the kit but overall this would be a great addition to any vaping collection.”
Official Features and Specs – Aspire Evo75 Kit
Aspire NX75-Z 75W TC Box Mod Features:
- Single High-Amp 18650 Battery – Not Included
- Dimensions: 75mm by 35mm by 22mm
- Maximum Wattage Output: 75W
- Temperature Range: 200-600F
- Supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel Heating Elements
- Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR) Adjustments
- Die-Casted Zinc Alloy Construction
- Durable Feel and Shiny Finish
- Intuitive 0.86 Inch OLED Display
- Logo Customization
- Child-Lock Setting
- Five-Button Operations
- Customizable Firing Button Profiles (CFBP)
- Oversize Firing Mechanism
- Removeable Battery Bay Access
- USB Type-C Port – Firmware Upgrades
- Spring-Loaded 510 Connection
Aspire Atlantis EVO Sub-Ohm Tank Features:
- 22mm Diameter
- 2mL Juice Reservoir
- 4mL Extension Glass and Adapter – Optional
- Superior Stainless Steel Construction
- Pyrex Glass Reinforcement
- Convenient Threaded Top-Fill Method
- Interchange EVO Cuffs – Compatible w/ Aspire Cleito Cuffs
- Atlantis EVO Coil System
- 0.4ohm Kanthal Clapton – rated for 40-50W
- 0.5ohm Kanthal Clapton – rated for 35-40W
- Cross-Compatibility with Aspire Atlantis Coils
- Bottom Adjustable Airflow Control
- Black Delrin Widebore Drip Tip
- 510 Thread Connection
In The Box:
- 1 Aspire NX75-Z Box Mod
- 1 Aspire Atlantis EVO Tank
- 1 0.4ohm Kanthal Clapton Coil
- 1 0.5ohm Kanthal Clapton Coil
- 1 2mL Replacement Glass Tube
- Instructional Manual