Aspire Breeze Review | Great Option For MTL Vapers & Beginners
All in one kits are a popular choice for both beginner and experienced vapers' alike. They offer a portable, non-obtrusive way to vape without being overly complex to operate. Aspire is no stranger to the vaping scene and they have produced some of the most sought after products over the past few years. Stay tuned to see how this new all in one system stacks up in our Aspire Breeze Review!
Aspire Breeze Features
Included in the pack are:
The Aspire Breeze comes in an instantly recognizable box due to the minimal Aspire branding aesthetic. Aspire have always put a lot into their box presentation and it is no different with the Breeze AIO kit. The black outer sleeve pulls off the sturdy cardboard box and you open it to reveal the kit contents, the Aspire Breeze, 2 U-tech coils, USB cable, user manual and spares kit.
I would have to say that the size of the Breeze unit itself was a surprise. It is small, simple and by no means an overwhelming piece of hardware. There is a protective cap on the top of the unit to save any dust or foreign objects entering the device when not being used. It is light and fits elegantly in the palm of your hand.
There is a fire button on the front of the device and a USB charge port on the bottom of the device. Nothing more, nothing less which really promotes the simplicity of this design. You don’t even have to worry about the fire button as the Aspire Breeze activates automatically when you take a draw.
The inclusion of two coils is a definite pro, as you get to try out each one and also you are not stuck with having to go and buy a spare coil straight away. There is one 0.6ohm coil and one 1.2ohm coil, which is great because you can initially try each one out to see what you prefer before buying a new set of your preferred coils.
Overall, my first impressions of the Breeze AIO were great. It looks good and feels even better in the hand. The build quality is top notch as well, which is always a good thing! I was really excited to dig into this aspire breeze review!
Day to Day Usage With Aspire Breeze Kit
To charge the Aspire Breeze, simply plug in the included USB cable at the base of the unit. I found that this little baby hits a full charge within about an hour. Whilst charging, the LED will illuminate blue and once fully charged it will go out. To turn the device on and off, simply press the fire button quickly 5 times.
The LED will flash in quick succession to show you that it is powered on or off. During the course of use, the LED will change color. Pink indicates a full charge, Blue indicates general usage charge and Orange indicates low charge. I have found that once it hits orange you really need to get ready to charge as it is hitting the bottom of the barrel and you don’t have much charge left.
To install the coil, you need to pull off the tip of the unit and use the tool inside the tip to unscrew the chimney from the device. The coil simply screws onto the base of the chimney and it’s ready to be screwed back into the unit.
To fill the Aspire Breeze, you need to pull off the tip of the unit and unscrew the chimney/coil piece. If you look at the right hand side of the unit, you will see a clear juice window which indicates your remaining juice level. There is a red line on the window that indicates a maximum filling amount.
Fill up to this line by dropping your juice into the well. Make sure not to fill over this line or there will be leaks, which no one likes! You can fill the Breeze with up to 2.0ml of e-juice which is compliant with TPD regulations.
To take a hit from the Aspire Breeze, you simply need to take a draw on the device and it will automatically fire for you. A great feature if you are beginning your vaping journey coming from smoking analogues. The sensation is very similar to a normal drag from a cigarette. Alternatively if you wish to control the unit with tactile feedback, then by all means you can press the fire button to activate the coil. Feel free to choose your own adventure here!
I would have to say the best feature about the Breeze AIO kit is the small form factor. It inconspicuously fits in your pocket and can be used very stealthily without bringing attention to yourself. It is light and extremely portable, so you’ll hardly notice it sitting in your pocket.
Aspire Breeze Performance
The draw and airflow of the Aspire Breeze is very much a restricted MTL experience. It is ideal, as mentioned before, for the first time vapers who want to replace smoking. I wouldn’t call it a closed off airflow, nor an airy vape – it lands somewhere in the middle. If you're new to vaping, definitely check out our Vaping 101 guide.
Although you can take modified lung hits on this device, it really shines when you are taking mouth to lung inhales. Given the MTL design, if you have enough nicotine in your e-liquid you will certainly get the desired throat hit.
The taste that comes from the Aspire Breeze kit is quite acceptable. Given the small form factor and portability, as compared to a larger device, it certainly performs well in terms of flavor. You won’t be chucking huge clouds on this device however I think that goes hand in hand with the discrete usability. You don’t want to have your stealthy vape interrupted by a huge cloud of conspicuous vaper over your head!
From time to time the Aspire Breeze AIO kit does tend to gurgle a little. More often than not, this comes from having the device on its side. A simple remedy to this is to invert the device and shake it once or twice towards the ground to extricate the offending stray juice away from the chimney.
Coil life has proven to be stellar. I have used this device consistently for a couple of weeks now and the coil is performing just as well as the first day of use. There wasn’t a noticeable break-in taste or period. It just worked well out of the box!
I find the auto draw feature quite handy meaning that the fire button is something I don’t have to think about. If the device is powered on, I simply need to take a drag to activate the coil.
If I am solely using the Aspire Breeze kit while I am out and about, I find that the battery will last at least half a day. This of course will vary on the amount of times you use it personally. You could easily get away with taking this on a night out and have it last you through. I find the tank will last longer than the battery, so I almost get two charges out of a whole tank of juice.
Given it is so quick and easy to recharge – you could top it up in the car while your commuting and you will still be able to use the device in a pass through mode while charging. I find that the Aspire Breeze performs well across the whole range of the battery without any spikes or a drop off in performance. It will however just stop once the battery is depleted enough.
Pros & Cons
Aspire Breeze Review Conclusion
In conclusion I would have to say this Aspire Breeze kit is a pleasure to use and performs solidly across the board. The build quality is top notch and it feels great in the hand, or pocket for that matter! It was an absolute treat to do this aspire breeze review.
It’s a great piece of kit for beginners due to being super simple to use and not being overwhelming or confusing to operate. It is also a great kit for seasoned vapers' who may want a simple, stealthy alternative to their big battery box mods and tanks.
All in all, I would recommend the Aspire Breeze Kit to both the beginner and advanced vaper. The performance is great thanks to its ease of use and consistent vape experience. It's certainly up there as one of the best vape starter kits.
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