So let’s get back to our original question, is this the best dual 20700 kit on the market right now? Yeah! You better believe it, man. This is one of the best dual 21700 kits. I’ve had the pleasure of using it, I’ve been enjoying my time with it, I’m still using it. It’s not on the shelf and that speaks volumes on this channel. This one is definitely deuces jack approved.
Big shout out to Aspire and Element Vape for sending this one my way.
What’s up, Insiders! Today we’re going to be going over the Aspire Dynamo kit. The big question on this kit is, is it the best dual 21700 kit on the market right now? Make sure you watch the whole review, find out exactly what I think.
What’s In The Box
Also included in the packaging is a micro usb cable, some spare o-rings, a spare straight glass, you get a Dynamo Kit user manual, a warranty card and a battery safety card.
- 1 x Dynamo mod
- 1 x Nepho Tank(4ml)
- 1 x Glass tube
- 8 x O-rings
- 1 x 0.5ohm coil
- 1 x 0.15ohm mesh coil
- 1 x USB Cable
- 1 x Warning card
- 1 x User manual
- 1 x Warranty card
From Top to Bottom
So here’s the mod, nice job on it, man. Definitely diggin the rainbow. It is a fingerprint magnet. Nice big circular screen. Here is your up-and-down button, there is your fire button right there. Nice little faux carbon fiber over here, I’m kind of digging that. Very, very schmutzie. This thing is a fingerprint magnet. Centered 510 gold-plated. I would say has a nice long throw with a medium spring to it. Stainless steel plate over here with a little bit of a design. Stainless steel threading over here. You can get 30s on top of here no problem. Let me show you what I’m talking about. Here’s the 31 aroma miser glass rda, plenty of room to spare.
Pop this open, out comes your 18650 battery adapter right there, I don’t use them. Nice battery indicator markings, plus and minus. Very, very easy, all you do, take your 21700 put it in facing the battery door, positive facing the battery door. Push down, it’s a little bit of a tight fit with the glacis and snap it in just like that.
Screen & Menu Screen
Now you can see your nice color screen right there. Nice big circular screen. Check out that clock feature, there’s a bunch of different clocks that you can pick which I’ve really enjoyed on this kit. There is your regular screen, you can see I’m in TC mode, stainless steel, 500 degrees. There’s your voltage, there’s your resistance, there’s your amps but one thing I don’t like about this is that in TC mode, you don’t see your wattage on this screen.
Now, if you want to change your wattage in TC mode, you hit the plus and minus button and that is where you can actually change your wattage or your TCR and then you hit the fire button to confirm. Now if you want to go into the main menu system, you hit the plus and fire button and now you can scroll through your modes, data, system, time and about. Now if we go into modes, we can go into TC, CPS, which is a curve feature, wattage, voltage, bypass and back to TC TCR.
Let’s put it back in the wattage mode. Now if you go into the data part, here’s where you can adjust your preheat, your TCR or your curves. See? You can also lock your resistance and like I said, this is where you pick your preheat, normal, hard or soft, I normally keep it in normal. Your system is where you can go into your vape time, screen time, watch time, brightness, language and mainui set. You can pick what you want to show on the screen. Turn it on or off, here’s where you can pick your different clock features and set your time. Look at all the different clock features, kind of cool, man. I’m definitely digging that. I like that you can have all these different features. Where’s the one that I like the best? I normally like that one the best. And then if you go back into your modes, go back into your main menu system, here’s your about, you get a qr code there and a shortcut when you’re in wattage mode, you can hit the plus and minus button and it brings you right to the watt preheat and you can pick your pre heat and change it if you want to. So that’s kind of cool, definitely a very simple mod. The menu system isn’t exactly intuitive because it’s not too traditional, three clicks and you know, do this and that, it’s a little bit different, it’s got a little bit of a learning curve but not much once you get the hang of it, you’ll be fine. There’s my favorite clock screen I was telling you about. Look at all the information you get on there, you get the battery, the wattage, the time, the date, the data it is, I mean, it’s just a fantastic screen, I love using this screen.
Here is the nepho tank, definitely digging all that knurling and the rainbowing, absolutely beautiful. On the top here, we kind of have a tapered goon style drip tip. You can see the o-ring on the inside, all my other goons fit fine. Aspire did that kind of lift and slide thing on this one. Love it, absolutely love it. It locks the top cap down perfectly. Only thing is you can only use needle nosed bottles on this tank. Drippers and bull noses will make a mess. Slide it down and slide the ring down. See how it pops? Look, pop slide, slide it back, push it down, it’s locked into place. Awesome, awesome job. Love the knurling and the rainbowing over there, fantastic. Here you have stoppers on both ends of your triple bottom airflow, of course whatever you adjust on one will happen on the other two. Again, beautiful knurling and beautiful rainbow job on that. There is your Nepho branding right there, some Aspire branding as well. You have a gold-plated 510 insulated ring around that, stainless steel threading around that.
In order to access your coil, you give the bottom ring a little bit of a twist, it comes out. Like I said, these are those plug-and-play type of coils, you kind of just pull them out. I gotta be honest, I’m not a big fan of these base, this type of coil because it’s a real pain in the ass to get a grip on and get out. I just don’t like them, I wish there was an easier way to pull them out. This is the 0.15 ohm coil, good for 60-75W. You can see mesh coil inside. I’m going to prime this one up and we’re going to start vaping on it. You also get this spare coil, this is the 0.5 ohm coil good for 65-75W. Check it out, typical round wire type of build in there, no screwing type of coil, this is a plug-in type of coil.
Juice we’re going to be using today is some fantastic juice, man. This is Love Handle Liquids, this is the Blueberry Lemon Cake. I’m normally not a lemon guy but man, this is fantastic. If you like blueberries and lemons you’ve definitely got to try it.
First thing you want to do is you want to get that coil and you just want to put a little bit of juice around the edge there, just get it started, you don’t have to go dumping a crazy amount of juice in there, just kind of get it started. Man, that stuff smells fantastic already. Then you want to take your juice ports and you just want to paint them little by little. Don’t go crazy, don’t go nuts, just get them started and that’s it. Once it’s all started and all juiced up like that, you take your coil and you just pop it in there, it just plugs in just like that. Then you take your bottom section, you kind of give it a little bit of a reverse thread, let it catch and then once you start going smoothly, you just give it a nice twist until it’s nice and tight. Now what you want to do is you want to locate that arrow right there, you want to pop this up and push it over just like that. Now you take your nozzle of your bottle and just stick it in there and give it a nice squeeze and you’re going to see this thing fill up beautifully. Once it’s filled all the way to the top, slide it over, snap it down and now you’re ready to vape.
Let me put it all together so you can see what the whole kit looks like together. Check it out, beautiful, beautiful kit. I mean, that rainbowing just goes fantastic together, they did a really nice job on it. Check it out, man.
Alright, Insiders! Let’s get into those cons and pros. We’re going to start off with cons as usual.
First con is going to be, top fill on that tank, could have been mark just a little clearer, sometimes it’s kind of tough to see, I got to chalk up a little bit of a con to that.
Menu system is not exactly intuitive, in fact it’s a little counterintuitive. I wish they would have made it more traditional with the clicks. I got to give it a little bit of a con for that as well.
I’m not too crazy about the tank capacity, 4 ml’s a little bit on the light side. I would have appreciated a bubble glass on this one.
And the last con is going to be the coils, not the performance of the coils but actually pulling them out. You almost got to have like nails and get in there and dig them out. They can be a little bit of a pain in the ass to get out. I got to give it a con for that as well.
Let’s move on to the pros though because there are plenty of pros.
First pro is going to be that centered 510 pin, I love it, great job on that, pro.
This thing fires really fast, check it out, see that? Hear that? I mean, this thing fires quickly.
I love that big circular screen, pro.
This one actually does pretty good tc, we’re going to chalk up a pro for that as well.
Not only is the screen a nice shape, that circular shape, but it’s big, bright, well laid out and the font is nice and large. I love it, it’s a pro.
So far running dual 21700 batteries in this, I’ve been getting great all-day sort of battery life, that’s a pro.
No rattles, man. That battery door on the bottom is solid. It doesn’t come loose if you put it down hard on a desk, I like that, pro.
It’s got real subtle branding, that’s always a pro on this channel.
I like those multiple clock uis, awesome job on that Aspire.
Two coils and a spare glass, I like to see that.
It takes three cells, you can run dual 21700s, dual 20700s or dual 18650s with the included adapter.
And the last pro is going to be, this thing charges quickly at 2 amps internally. Great for when you’re in a jam but we always recommend that you charge externally.
Aspire Dynamo 220W TC Box Mod Features:
- Material: Stainless Steel + Carbon Fiber
- Size: 91*49*34MM
- Colors: Dark Grey, Red Black, Rainbow, Purple, Camo Black
- Battery: Dual High-Amp 20700,21700,18650 Batteries
- Output Wattage Range: 1-220Watts
- Working Modes: Wattage, Voltage, Bypass, TC(NI, TI, SS, M1, M2, M3), CPS
- 2.0 Inch TFT Colorful Screen
- Bottom With Ventilation Holes
- 11 Different Types Watch UI
- Spring Loaded 510 Connector
- Micro USB Charging Port
- 2A Quick Charging System
- Automatic Cutoff
- Short Circuit Protection
- Over-Discharge Protection
- Overcharge Protection
- Over Heat Protection
- Battery Reverse Protection
- available in dark grey, red black, rainbow, purple and camo
Aspire Nepho Sub Ohm Tank Features:
- Material: Stainless Steel + Pyrex Glass
- E Juice Capacity 4.0ML
- Convenient Top Refill Design
- Child Lock Mechanism Design
- Bottom Triple Slot Airflow Adjustable Slots Design
- Wide Bore Delrin Drip Tip Included
- 0.5Ohm Kanthal Coil Head,65-75W
- 0.15Ohm Mesh Coil Head,60-75W
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That’s it, Insiders! That’s all I got for you today. You keep living that vape life. We’re out of here. Deuces.
- centered 510 pin
- fires really fast
- big circular screen
- pretty good tc
- screen light and display
- dual 21700 batteries
- battery door on the bottom is solid
- got real subtle branding
- multiple clock uis
- Two coils and a spare glass
- can run dual 21700s, dual 20700s or dual 18650s
- charges quickly at 2 amps internally
- tank could have been mark just a little clearer
- Menu system is not exactly intuitive
- tank capacity
- pulling out the coils