Aspire Cloudflask S Kit | Preview

A smaller sleeker Cloudflask.

Aspire Cloudflask S Kit Preview

What is it?

The Aspire Cloudflask S Kit is a new and improved version of the original Cloudflask kit. It has all the great features that you loved about the first one, except it’s smaller and better than ever!

So what exactly has Aspire changed for the Cloudflask S Version? 

The most notable change is the material used to build the Cloudflask S. Slightly confusingly, the original Aspire Cloudflask was made from Stainless Steel, whereas the ‘S’ version is now made from Aluminum. 

The second significant change is that the ‘S’ is slightly taller. However, the rest of the dimensions are a lot smaller, making it a more slender pocketable device. 

There’s an internal 2000mAh battery, just like the original, which can now be charged via USB Type C with a charge rate of 2A.

Aspire Cloudflask S Kit

There is an LED indicator that surrounds the fire button, which changes color to display the battery charge level (while in use and charging)

The Cloudflask S is a bypass output style device, which means the power output will depend on the battery charge. As the battery level decreases, so will the available output.

Aspire has included the ASP chipset in the device, ensuring a decent fire time, and discovered with all the standard safety protections.

In the kit, you will get the original 0.25-ohm Mesh coil and a new 0.6-ohm Mesh Coil.

The 0.25ohm coil is aimed at Direct-to-lung (DTL) style vaping, while the 0.6-ohm coil should cater for a more restricted DTL vape. The coils are the same ‘pull and push’ style.

Aspire Cloudflask S Kit

Sadly there is no adjustable airflow on the Cloudflask S, so you are stuck with the available airflow from the coils. The device has a grill-style airflow slot on the side of the main body.

The pod for the Cloudflask S slots into the top of the device and has the fill port located on the base. Aspire shows that it has a 2ml juice capacity, although it’s unclear if that is just the TPD version and whether there’ll be a larger capacity for the US market.

It’s unclear whether the drip tip on the pod is removable, but it does seem to be an 810 drip tip.

The Aspire Cloudflask S Kit is available in 5 colors: Grey Camo, Brushed Brass, Black, Green Camo, and Gold Gradient.

Aspire Cloudflask S Kit Colors
Aspire Cloud S Kit Specs
  • Size: 95.8×41.3×22.3mm
  • Output: Bypass (full battery power)
  • Battery: 2000mAh
  • Capacity: 2ml
  • Display: LED indicator
  • Resistance range: Not specified
  • Material: Aluminium
  • USB Type C port – 2A charge rate
  • Pods: Refillable, replaceable coil
  • Bottom filling port
  • Coils: Cloudflask S coils
  • ASP chipset

Aspire Cloud S Kit Contents
  • Aspire Cloudflask S device
  • 2ml Capacity Pod
  • 0.25ohm Cloudflask S Mesh coil (installed)
  • 0.6ohm Cloudflask S Mesh coil
  • USB Type C cable
  • O-rings
  • User manual
Aspire Cloudflask S Kit

Who is it for?

Vapers who want a portable sub-ohm pod system that’s pocket-friendly and easy to use.

Aspire Cloudflask S Kit

Our Vibe

Honestly, I never had the chance to use or review the original Cloud flask from Aspire. However, judging by some of the forums, it was a reasonably popular device.

Some of that may be due to the ever-present quality of Aspire’s coils, or perhaps it was the distinct flask shape of the device.

The Cloudflask S sub-ohm Kit looks more like your standard Aspire pod system, like the Breezes. It doesn’t appear to have the same unique shape. However, it will certainly be more pocket-friendly with its slimmer design.

I know this device is marketed as a sub ohm kit, but I really would’ve liked to have seen adjustable airflow in the new version. As a sub-ohm pod kit, some might say that the adjustable airflow is not required as much as an MTL style device, as the bores on the coils take care of the allowed airflow. But I think all kits nowadays should have some form of adjustable airflow for a more tailored vape experience.

Also, the fact that it’s just a bypass mode device, may put a few people off. It may have been better to see some form of constant output.

As for the quality of the vape and the coils, we’ll have to wait and see. But I’m sure knowing Aspire’s track record with mesh coils, the performance shouldn’t disappoint.

Keep your eyes out for the Aspire Cloudflask S Kit Review when we get one to really run it through its paces.


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