Aspire Plato 50W AIO Kit
We love AIO starter kits and when something is designed by this particular company you just know it has all the chances of becoming legendary. Today we are going to talk a bit about the Aspire Plato 50W AIO Kit, a revolutionary product from the renowned Chinese manufacturer thatâ€™s totally going to revolutionize this game.
We did talk before about some great AIO kits like the eGrip from Joyetech and the Nebox from Kanger but the Aspire Plato clearly is a breath of fresh air in this category. Itâ€™s one of the first such devices that allows for both mouth to lung and direct lung use and you can also completely dissemble and clean your tank when needed.
The Aspire Plato comes packed in a very impressive cardboard gift box and inside youâ€™ll find the device itself with a 1.8 Ohm Nautilus styled coil fitted inside, a spare 0.4 Ohm Celito type coil (only bigger and with the chimney section integrated in the design), an Aspire 18650 high drain battery, two drip tips (one made from stainless steel and the other one from Delrin), a micro-USB charging cable, a metallic tool (used to change the coils), a userâ€™s manual and warranty card.
The mod is pretty compact in size (100x50x23mm) and it feels so comfortable in the hand. Button placement is just perfect and itâ€™s a real please to use this device as well as to carry it around in your pocket. It comes in a variety of colors as well as a â€˜premiumâ€™ style version with a rose gold finish.
The novelty with this kit is that the tank and chimney sections are fully accessible and you can clean everything without having to resort to all sorts of tricks (like in the case of the eGrip or the Nebox). By using the provided tool you can easily unscrew the coil base and take the tank section apart. You get a chimney section to use with the Nautilus type coils (weâ€™re guessing you can also use the new Triton Mini styled Clapton coils with it) but if you want to sub ohm youâ€™ll need to use the bigger 0.4 Ohm coils. These have the chimney integrated in the design and this is the way they come from the manufacturer (they sell for around $3.95 apiece).
With the 1.8 Ohm Nautilus coils you can enjoy a great mouth to lung experience on the Aspire Plato and if you think about the 5.6ml tank capacity and the huge battery capacity youâ€™re looking at a stellar autonomy from this device. With the Cleito style coils the capacity goes down to 4.6ml and the battery is enough for around 6h of vaping but the clouds are just incredible. Thereâ€™s so much flavor with both these coils and the experience is one of the best we had in months.
Refilling the tank is very easy and to do this you simply need to slide the magnetic cover. This is also how you get access to the battery slot and everything fits together just perfectly. Thereâ€™s no rattle with the Aspire Plato and you get the firing button, display, adjustment buttons and micro-USB slot on the main side. To tweak the airflow you need to rotate the knob at the bottom and the design is pretty neat.
The Aspire Plato has quickly become one of our favorite All In One device and it definitely is a crowd pleaser. Itâ€™s perfect for beginners and intermediate vapers and the experience it delivers is outstanding. It also has a temperature control feature, however there arenâ€™t any TC coils available just yet (except for the Ni200 version designed for the Triton Mini).