Aspire Cleito Sub Ohm Tank Review
Aspire has finally released the long-awaited Cleito Sub Ohm Tank, which features new coil technology as well as an improved external design. One of the most noticeable things about the Cleito Sub Ohm Tank is the abnormally long coil head that it uses. These aren't especially wide coils, such as those for the TFV4 Sub Ohm Tank or the Herakles Sub Ohm Tank, we're talking long as in the length of a child's finger. Instead of going wider, Aspire went longer with a vertical coil that provides more surface area than perhaps any coil design before it. The wicking holes of these coils might evolve over time to use more of that surface area, but for now they're only feeding vape juice to the cotton from the lower third of the coil upwards.
The Cleito Sub Ohm Tank itself has a minimalist look that presents more glass and juice view, going light on the exposed steel. I prefer this design over just about any other sub-ohm tank design because it's really gorgeous to look at. It also eliminates the guessing game about how much juice is sitting below that little strip of metal at the bottom of a tank. For the clumsy vaper, Aspire thought of you too - they include two sets of bands, one serves as impact protection in the event your tank falls against a hard surface. The second set of bands come in two colors and sit atop the top base of the tank sort of like a hat. This serves two purposes: protection from any air leakage and as a means of allowing you change the look of your tank based on your mood.
Overall, the Aspire Cleito Sub Ohm Tankis a beautiful upgrade for anyone seeking to add a different look to their vape gear collection. In terms of design and use, the airflow on the Cleito Sub Ohm Tank is superb; but it needs to be properly adjusted to account for your preferred wattage. We expect to see more coil options for this tank in the future that will take it a few steps up the ladder, making the Cleito Sub Ohm Tank absolute must-have. If you are in need of an upgrade or replacement, this is a tank I would definitely consider getting – it'll likely find its way into your everyday rotation.