Cleito Tank by Aspire

Welcome back to another hardware review here at the Belfast Vape Bar and today we’re taking a look at Aspire’s latest sub ohm tank the “Cleito”. This tank was sent out to us for the purpose of review by Ecigaspire the only Official retailer of Aspire products in the UK.  Not to mention the under £20 retail price! Replacement coils however appear to be quite pricey in and around the £15 mark.

The new narrow packaging contains the following:

1 x Aspire Cleito Tank
1 x Replacement pyrex tank section
1 x Aspire Vape Band
4 x Rubber Cuffs
1 x Replacement Coil + 1 installed

Features

3.5ml Capacity
New Coil System
Top Fillling
Stainless Steel (304)
Wide Bore Delrin Drip Tip
Available in Black or Stainless Steel (review sample in silver)

Quite a few atomizers are shipped in what appears to be a re-purposed iPod case. Aspire have broken away from the herd with this new narrow packaging which in a way relates to the new coil/chimney system of the Cleito but we’ll get to that later. We have been using the tank for a few days now with a variety of liquids and settings for this review.

Now let’s take a look at the tank itself.

The Cleito is made of highly durable stainless steel (304 grade) and has a maximum capacity of 3.5ml of liquid, making this an average sized sub ohm tank.

Disassembling the tank for cleaning, filling and replacing the coils. The top portion of the tank w/Delrin drip trips unscrews, pyrex tank pieces pulls out to expose the new designed coil.

At launch there are only two variations in coils for the Cleito a 0.2Ω (55 – 70W) and a 0.4Ω (40 -60W) For this review we have the 0.2 coil head installed just to see how far it can be pushed on a high powered mod. One thing you will notice with this atomizer is that the top piece of the tank screws straight onto the coil…

This means that the chimney in the tank is built into the coil, we will see if this effects the heat of the vapor.

There is a Delrin drip tip included but it’s not a 510 tip, the delrin is more like a sleeve for the drip tip connection. Standard 510 tips can be used but sadly they don’t exactly sit flush and looks a little out of place.

Using this tank at higher wattages with the included tip has a tendency of heating up to the point where it can’t be used! Whilst reviewing this product we used a 510 drip tip from Vince’s Tips which is much thicker and allows for a more enjoyable, cooler vape.

We would class the Cleito as a mid range tank, vapor production is ok but is by no means a “cloud chasing” atomizer. Flavor with a 70/30 VG high liquid is good but isn’t in the same category as the TFV4, Uwell Crown or some of the new rebuildable tank atomizers on the market.

However, for the competitive price, the Cleito is a good tank for those of you with a lower powered device or if you’re just after a tasty vape.

Airflow in this tank is actually very good but if you’re more into your flavor over clouds, it seems to be best at about 2/3 closed (results may vary from person to person)

Right it’s time to bring this review to a close, would I buy this product?

To be honest, this is a rather tricky one… The amount of tanks that are available on the market at the moment is rather overwhelming but this tank would be an ideal backup or one for a long day with little refilling. The juice consumption with the Aspire Cleito is substantially less compared to the Crown and TFV4, even sitting at 65w with fairly frequent use.

I will say yes, this tank is an ideal backup tank, low wattage set-up or even someone fairly new to sub ohm atomizers.

We would like to thank Ecigaspire again for providing us with this product for review.

The Belfast Vape Bar has donated a Cleito tank to Rude Boy Vaping Supplies for their highly anticipated Charity Raffle! It’s for a very worthy cause so if you’re a Northern Ireland resident please be sure to head on over to their Facebook Page for more information.

Pros

  • Good tank capacity
  • Competitively priced
  • No leaks (duration of review, will update if changes)

Cons

  • Lack of proper 510 drip tip
  • Coil/chimney integration causes heat build up
  • Replacement coils can be expensive
  • Coils are limited to 70w