Aspire Plato Starter Kit Review
With starter kits becoming more and more advanced, we're seeing companies pushing the envelope with all-in-one kits to make the vape experience as simple as possible for new users – in many respects this harkens back to the initial explosion in vaping about five years ago, when devices began coming in kits instead of separate batteries and atomizers. Aspire's latest entry in this field is the Plato Starter Kit, let's take a look.
For starters, the Aspire Plato Starter Kit comes standard with a maximum output of 50 watts and temperature control that can be turned up as high as 600 degrees Fahrenheit. The mod is powered by a single 18650 battery cell that can easily be replaced when it's time for a charge. The compact design includes a built-in tank and delrin drip tip to help dissipate heat. To make sure the user experience is always up to date, The Aspire Plato Starter Kit is capable of receiving firmware updates, much like pricier standalone mods.
Two separate juice ports provide options for easy filling, meaning beginning vapers are in for a simple, user-friendly experience when using the Aspire Plato Starter Kit. When performance matches the top devices on the market but comes in an easy to use starter kit people take notice. The Aspire Plato Starter Kit has sold well and developed a loyal support from the vaping community because it continues the tradition of providing former smokers with a great device to transition into vaping with.