The Aspire Tigon AIO Kit is the latest device from Aspire and is an all-in-one follow-up to the impressive Tigon Kit.
If it wasn’t apparent from the name, the Tigon AIO will utilize the same Tigon coils as the full kit and the new Mulus Kits.
The coils have a push and pull design, so they are incredibly easy to install, and the Tigon AIO also has a seal to prevent juice leaking when you change the coil.
There are currently three options available:
- 0.4-ohm (23-28W)
- 0.7-ohm mesh coil (20-25W)
- 1.2-ohm (10-12W)
The Tigon AIO comes with both a 0.4-ohm and 0.7-ohm mesh coil included in the kit.
The device features a 1300mAh internal battery, which can provide 3.3-4.2v of power output. However, in typical Aspire fashion, it is not regulated and will be a bypass output device. This means as the battery depletes, the available power will also decrease.
However, decreasing power may not be an issue, as the Tigon AIO comes with a USB-C charge port, which will support 2A fast charging.
There’s an LED indicator light that surrounds the fire button on the device, which will show your battery status when in use.
The Tigon AIO comes with either a 4.6ml capacity pod or 2ml (TPD). There is a fill port positioned on the base of the pod, with an anchored rubber plug.
The pods feature a Bayonet twist-lock design to connect them to the device, which prevents them from falling off.
The device also features adjustable airflow, and there is a small slider control switch positioned just above the fire button.
The Aspire Tigon AIO Kit is available in 4 colors; White, Orange, Red and Black.
I really like the overall look of the Tigon AIO Kit, and it has a nice modern design.
I’m also a fan of the Tigon coils; they deliver a superb vape and are incredibly easy for inexperienced vapers to use.
I’m glad the Tigon AIO features adjustable airflow, whether you’ll be able to close it right down and get a tight MTL vape, I’m not sure we’ll have to wait and see. But I’m sure it will be perfect for a restricted DTL style vape.
It’s a shame that Aspire keeps sticking to the bypass output style devices. I would’ve much preferred to see a regulated device and even variable wattage. It’s quite baffling with all the competitors come out with more features in small AIO kits, that Aspire sticks to the same path.
However, it is good to see they have used USB-C and that it supports fast charging, that should go some way to offset the bypass power output.
- Size: 31×109.5x23mm
- Output: bypass (full power) output – 3.3-4.2V
- Battery: 1300mAh (internal)
- Display: LED indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 4.6ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
- Pods: removable coil – uses Tigon coils
- Adjustable airflow
- USB Type C charging
- Aspire Tigon AIO device
- 0.4ohm Tigon coil
- 0.7ohm Tigon Mesh coil
- USB cable – type C
- User manual