Published on March 14th, 2018 | by adminREV0
Aspire NX75 Mod – Review
Summary: A simple device with all the features you’ll need for satisfying vaping.
Simple and Wonderful
Compared to some vape mods now on the market, the Aspire NX75 has a relatively simple operating system. That’s not to say that it doesn’t have all the features you’ll need for satisfying vaping, but it’s certainly less complex in its modes that some of its competitors. So if you’re an inveterate gadget fiddler, this might not be the mod for you. But if you’re happy with a simple vaping device that delivers, then put this one on your list.
Made from die-cast zinc alloy, the Aspire NX75 has a pleasingly straightforward box design with well-defined edges and a sophisticated look. The battery compartment is formed by three sides of the box and it’s magnetic. The battery fits snugly into the compartment before you slide that back on to the unit – a really neat system.
The OLED screen, firing button and two adjustment buttons are all set on one of the narrower sides of the mod. One of the adjustment buttons is the usual plus and minus one, while the other allows you to swap from wattage to temperature mode with just one click – a convenient feature indeed. The OLED screen has good clear definition and the display will flip round when you turn the device.
The mod has a temperature range of 100 to 315℃ and in terms of wattage it runs from 1 watt right up to 75 watts, easily enough to satisfy most vapers. The device has a spring loaded pin mechanism to attach your tank and it has standard 510 threading so you’ll be able to use in with a wide variety of vaporizers. The mod can handle resistances from 0.2 ohm to 0.9 ohm.