Aspire Nautilus GT(2ml)

269 kr  

The Aspire Nautilus GT vape tank is a compact tank designed for both mouth to lung and sub ohm vaping – this is made possible due to the wide range of available coils. This tank is versatile and can be paired with both high and low VG e-liquids. Refilling and everyday maintenance are made easy thanks to intelligent features.


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129 kr  


A redesign of the classic Aspire Nautilus tank, this model is characterized by high-quality machining and several useful features that make usage more seamless. Prominent among these is its top filling, which not only speeds up refilling but also reduces the risk of spills and leaks.
Compatible with the entire Aspire Nautilus BVC coil series, you can use the Nautilus GT for both mouth to lung and sub-ohm vaping, making it an excellent recommendation for users at all experience levels. The wide range of coils gives you the opportunity to find a model that suits your style, with options that enhance flavor or provide increased vapor production.

Packing Details:

  • 1× Nautilus GT Tank (2 ml)
  • 1× Nautilus BVC Coil 1.6Ω
  • 1× Nautilus 2S Mesh Coil 0.7Ω (pre-installed)
  • 1× User Manual
  • 1× O-rings

Features Aspire Nautilus GT:

  • Volume: 2ml
  • Diameter: 24mm
  • Adjustable Airflow
  • Top Filling

Compatible coils & e-liquid

The Nautilus GT can be used with both 50:50 VG:PG e-liquid and high VG e-liquids.

The Nautilus GT is compatible with Aspire Nautilus coils.

  • For high VG e-liquid: Use 0.7Ω (included) or 0.4Ω Nautilus coil
  • For 50VG/50PG e-liquid: Use 1.8Ω or 1.6Ω (included) Nautilus coils

Recommended wattage

  • Nautilus BVC 1.6Ω Mesh Coil: 10 – 14W
  • Nautilus 2S 0.7Ω Mesh Coil: 20 – 25W

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the Nautilus GT be cleaned?

Yes. Remove the tank from the device and empty out any e-juice. Wash the tank with warm (not boiling) water. Ensure the tank is completely dry before using it again.

You can also clean the connections with cotton to remove dust.

What is the difference between mouth to lung (MTL) and direct lung (DL)?

With mouth to lung, you inhale vapor and hold it in your mouth for a moment before inhaling again to let the vapor reach your lungs. With Direct Lung, you inhale directly into your lungs in a continuous breath.