Sleek, easy to use and TPD compliant – the Aspire Nautilus 2 Tank is the latest incarnation of Aspire’s most popular mouth-to-lung atomizer. The Nautilus 2 tank is a significant improvement on the original. The new, bell-shaped tank protector is easily unscrewed to allow top-filling of the Pyrex glass tank. The Aspire Nautilus 2 also features a much more sophisticated adjustable airflow system. This is a 22mm diameter tank with a standard 510 connector. The tank’s 2ml e juice capacity brings the Nautilus 2 MTL atomizer into line with the UK Tobacco Products Directive (TPD).
You don’t have to look too hard to find a long list of reasons to invest in this good-looking tank. For backward compatibility, the Nautilus 2 works with old BVC coils designed for the original Nautilus and Nautilus Mini tanks. The Nautilus 2 comes fitted with a 0.7 Ohm replaceable coil. A spare, 1.8 Ohm coil is also included in the box.
The new 0.7 Ohm Nautilus 2 mouth-to-lung (MTL) coil can be fired on mods and batteries with an output power of 18 to 23 Watts. The more traditional, 1.8 Ohm MTL coil can be fired on a device with 10 to 14 Watts of available power. That’s equivalent to a voltage output of 4.2 to 5.0 Volts.
In a choice of stainless steel or anodised aluminium, the Nautilus 2’s tank protector features port-holes front and back. This makes it easy to check how much e juice is left in the Pyrex glass e juice reservoir. The new top-filling arrangement is quick, convenient, and a big improvement on the old Nautilus tank.
The Aspire Natilus 2’s base section has also been re-engineered. Now, a single adjustable cyclops port offers a selection of five precise settings. This helps you to set up the perfect airflow for your personal mouth-to-lung vaping style. A shorter internal chimney gives a noticeable flavour boost across the full range of airflow settings. The Nautilus 2 Tank is used in the Aspire Zelos Starter Kit
Along with superb build quality and stylish Aspire branding, the Nautilus 2 MTL Tank comes in 4 distinctive colours: plain Stainless Steel, or a Black, Grey or Red anodised aluminium finish.
Note: This offer doesn’t include e juice. Please order separately from our E liquid pages.
Please note that the Aspire Nautilus 2 Tank is made for Mouth to lung (MTL) use. High VG juice is not recommended with this device
1 x Aspire Nautilus 2 MTL Tank
1 x Fitted Stainless Steel Drip-Tip
1 x Alternative Delrin Drip-Tip
1 x 0.7 Ohm Nautilus 2 BVC Coil (Fitted)
1 x 1.8 Ohm Nautilus 2 BVC Coil (Alternative)
1 x Spare Pyrex Glass Tube
1 x Spare Seals
1 x Product Usage Card
Aspire Nautilus 2 MTL Tank Features:
Base tank diameter: 22mm
Tank height: 53mm with drip-tip
Capacity: 2ml (TPD compliant)
Tank connector: 510 screw (standard)
Fitted drip-tip: 510 MTL style (Stainless Steel)
Spare drip-tip: 510 MTL style (Delrin)
E juice reservoir: Genuine Pyrex glass tube
Spare Pyrex glass included
Top-fill tank – unscrew tank protector for easy access
Bottom adjustable airflow design
5 x Pinpoint airflow holes – wide to narrow
Single, cyclops airflow adjuster
Range of 5 airflow settings
Superb, Aspire build quality
Fitted with 0.7 Ohm Nautilus 2 MTL coil (rated for 18 to 23 Watts)
Comes with 1.8 Ohm Nautilus 2 MTL coil (rated for 10 to 14 Watts, 4.2 to 5.0 Volts)
Compatible with original Nautilus & Nautilus mini coils
Organic cotton coil wicking for clean flavour
Improved chimney design for bigger flavours
Protector features 2 port holes for easy viewing of e liquid level
Stamped with stylish Aspire branding
An improved version of the original Nautilus tank
Compatible with a wide range of 510 batteries & mods
Choose plain Stainless Steel, or a Red, Grey or Black anodised aluminium finish
Aspire Nautilus 2 MTL Tank Compatibility:
A top-quality mouth-to-lung tank, suitable for use with a 510 compatible battery or mod. A device with an output power of 18 to 23 Watts will be needed to fire the 0.7 Ohm coil. A device with an output power of 10 to 14 Watts (4.2 to 5.0 Volts) is recommended for the 1.8 Ohm coil.
Posted by Janek Szmuc on 26th Oct 2017
This tank is a far step forward in compare to my jac vapour s22 tf. Filling liquid isnt that comfortable but taste is cover it at all.
A Top-fill Tank?
Posted by Chris Rasdale on 12th Sep 2017
The Nautilus 2 is a very well made tank with what look like very high quality parts.
I also like the fact that it comes with its own sleeve to cover the glass tank, a spare drip tip (although I personally don't like this kind of short drip tip and use a similar-shaped but longer one on it), and I like the fact that the sliding airflow control is fairly easy to operate - although it's not the very best airflow control I've come across.
This one has a flat surface to turn the air flow control, whereas I think you get a better grip when the surface is textured or has raised sections along the circumference.
The best and most important thing about this Nautilus 2 though, is that it gives you great vapour and flavour - noticeably better than the original Nautilus or Nautilus Mini.
My one complaint about the Nautilus 2 - and it's quite a big one, is that although it's billed as a Top-Fill tank (so I was expecting to find a sliding fill-hole somewhere underneath the mouthpiece), it doesn't have one and you have to substantially dismantle the tank in order to fill it.
In my book this means that the Nautilus 2 is Definitely NOT a top-fill tank!
It seems to me that the only reason ASPIRE are calling the Nautilus 2 a top-fill tank is because when you're holding the tank to fill it, you're holding onto the metal section that holds the coil - and so therefore one can argue that you're pouring the E-liquid into the end of the glass tank which then re-attaches to the TOP metal section - i.e. the drip-tip end!
I was very disappointed when I opened the box and discovered this. Maybe I should have watched a YouTube video of someone filling the tank before I bought it!
In my experience of top-fill tanks they don't have to be unscrewed and dismantled. You simply slide the fill hole underneath the mouthpiece open, insert the E-liquid bottle's nozzle into the hole, fill the tank, then slide the fill hole closed and you're good to go!
In order to fill the Nautilus 2 tank, essentially it's no different to the Nautilus or Nautilus Mini.
In my experience ASPIRE have always been extremely reliable in their advertising of new products but in this instance, I think they've fallen short of their usual high standard.
In this instance I think a rating of four stars is quite generous, whereas 3 would be a little mean. I think the real score from me would be 3 and a half stars.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Jun 2017
Have the original nautilus, but the taste from the nautilus 2 tank using the the 0.7 ohm coil is far better, I use mine at 20,5 watts, Would have given it 5 stars if it was available with a 4 ml capacity.
Not as good as the mini
Posted by Roger on 20th Jun 2017
Go Smoke Free are extremely good for prices and delivery. However I find the Nautilus 2 to be more fiddly re changing coils as the tank has to be empty.. Although well made I prefer the Nautilus Mini..