Aspire EVO75 Kit Review

By: Michael Scott

If you want to get a real first-hand experience of quality vaping, then I suggest you check out Aspire’s EVO 75W kit. The EVO75 is incomparable with any other typical starter kit as it performs way better than others. That being said, let’s find out below if this will suit your vaping taste. (P.S. If you’ve haven’t already picked it up by now, go to for an awesome deal.)

So as I was saying, the EVO75 kit boasts of a sub-ohm vaping system packed with two new vaping hitters – the Atlantis EVO tank and the NX75 mod. The NX75-Z 75-watt box mod is made from die-cast zinc alloy, measuring 75 mm in length and 22 mm in width. A word from the wise: Unless you are not ready to deal with some overhang, don’t plan on fitting an atomizer that is over 22 mm.

The NX75 has been made with simplicity and quality in mind. However, amid its basic design, the EVO75 Kit still has several customization options – from the tiniest detail of the vaping process to all the bells and whistles – laid on the table for you.

If you want to secure your own kit now, head on to for a treat. Get the kit for only NZD $91.90, way cheaper than other online shops. You will find inside the box an Atlantis EVO tank, a pre-installed 0.4 ohm coil, an NX75 mod, a micro-USB cable, a replacement Pyrex tube, an extra 0.5 ohm coil, an user manual, and a rubber cuff. Colors available are black, stainless steel, and white. (I suggest you get this 5-star rated device while it lasts.)

The mod features a smart five button configuration. While conventional mods only offers up to three buttons, the NX75’s five button system eliminates the menu system, leaving you with two quick and simple commands when switching to different modes. It only uses one button to switch between Temperature Control and Wattage modes. It also has a Customizable Firing Button Profile (CFBP) that not only produces a fine-tuned power curve but also allows you to set the wattage at every 0.5 second interval.

The mod can fire up to 75 watts and has a maximum voltage output of 8.5 volts. This allows you to run your higher-ohm coils (up to 3.5 ohms), but this can still handle down to 0.1 ohm. The NX75 is powered by a single 18650 battery (sold separately). The device can be charged via a micro-USB port with a 2 amp charging feature. It supports pass-through (which allows you to vape and charge at the same time), but this is not recommended. Firmware upgrades are also available.

Its battery compartment can be removed from the mod, a design similar to the Innokin Disrupter. The battery orientation markings can also be found at the battery compartment and inside the mod. Although the mod is already equipped with reverse polarity protection, I still find the markings helpful against potential installation errors. There’s nothing wrong with being extra careful.

Another thing I love about the Aspire EVO75 kit is its ability to install a Child Lock protection. To lock, just hold the W and (-) buttons simultaneously. What’s more, you can put a three digit password too. Once locked, a photo of a big lock will be displayed until the correct password is entered. Again, I find this really helpful especially for those who have curious kids. Sometimes, when we left them unattended, they touch and tinker with everything they see. This will lessen our worry.

Meanwhile, the Atlantis EVO tank, which measures 22 mm by 45 mm in size, has a 2 mL e-juice capacity. But the capacity can be doubled using an optional extension glass and adapter. The tank has an easy top-fill system and comes with a silicon sleeve around the top cap. For vapers who prefer high VG e-liquid, the Atlantis EVO allows a faster route to the coil system.

Make sure you pair this excellent device with the premium American-made blend from Halo. There are a variety of flavors including tobacco, menthol, and gourmet to offer. Currently, there are four unique blends on the shelf; Kringle’s Curse, Mystic Menthol, Tribeca, and Twisted Turnover. You can secure your own 30-mL bottle for as low as NZD $29.99 only at NZ Ecig Store. They sell out real fast so I suggest you secure your own now.

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