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Aspire Spryte Ultra Portable Pod System

€19.99
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Aspire Spryte Ultra Portable Pod System

The Aspire Spryte is another magical outing from Aspire. The Spryte has a sleek angular design and cool colour selection that will make this little guy stand out.

The Aspire Spryte has a 650 mAh battery. The LED indicator will flash red 15 times when the battery gets too low to let you know it’s time to charge, flash red & blue 20 times when it’s fully charged and flash red & blue 3 times when connected while being powered on. The Spryte has a removable bottom fill pod that has an easy “pull apart” and “snap in design” for quick flavour changes. This simple to replace pod has a 2mL capacity. At the bottom of the pod there is also an adjustable airflow cap that you can remove to replace your coils. The  two different type of coils are as stated : a 1.8 ohm coil rated for 3.0-5.0V meant for regular e-Liquid and a 1.2 ohm coil rated for 10-12w made for nic salts.

The Aspire Spryte comes in at 108mm x 26mm x 26mm, has a solid built aluminium and a matte finish. All in all this is a great little pod mod to add to your collection and you’d be missing out if you didn't pick one up!

Features:

  • Adjustable Airflow
  • Available in Olive Green, Grey, Green, Blue, Purple
  • Drip Tip Cap
  • Single Fire Button Operation
  • Aluminum Body Construction
  • Integrated 650mAh Rechargeable Battery
  • 2mL Maximum Juice Capacity (TPD compliant)
  • Protective Features
    • Automatic Cutoff: continuous fire time is 15 seconds, after 15 seconds of continuous firing, the LED lights will flash blue and red 10 times and the Spryte AIO will stop firing, it will fire again when the button is pressed.
    • Short Circuit Protection: When the Spryte AIO detects a short, it will stop firing, and the LED lights will flash blue and red 3 times .
    • Low Voltage Protection: When the battery level drops below 3.2V, the Spryte AIO will not function and the LED lights will flash red 15 times.
    • Overcharge Protection: When the Spryte AIO is fully charged, it will stop charging to prevent overcharging of your battery.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions - 108mm by 26mm by 26mm
  • Constant Output Wattage: 12W
  • Bottom-Fill Design - Silicone Plug
  • Airflow Vents - Fully Adjustable Airflow System
  • Aspire (BVC) Bottom Vertical Coil Technology
    • 1.8ohm BVC Coil - Rated for 3.0-5.0V
    • 1.2ohm BVC NS Coil - Rated for 10-12W (Optimized for Nic Salts)
  • MicroUSB Charging Port
    • 1A Max Current
  • Coil type: Nichrome

What’s in the Box:

  • 1 x Spryte device
  • 1 x Removable Pod
  • 2 x Extra O rings
  • 2 x Coils
    • 1.8 ohms
    • 1.2 ohms (for nic salts)
  • 1 x Silicone seal
  • 1 x Micro USB Cable
  • Warranty Card
  • User Manual

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  • 4
    Good For Out & About

    Posted by Craig Dewar on Mar 9th 2019

    I won this in the Vapewild EU YouTube giveaway.
    It's a nice aio/pod type system for taking out and about with you instead of carrying a big mod. The vape quality off it is nice when you find the right airflow position that suit your style of vaping.
    The pod mouthpiece does get a lot of condensation in it so regular drying with paper towel is required.
    Filling the pod can be annoying as the juice port is far to small for most eliquid nozzles. I have to fill it with a really small pin head nozzle or a syringe nozzle.
    It sits like the leaning tower of Pisa so if you have OCD you might want to stay away from this device.
    Battery life is average but power will drop as battery drops so the vape is not consistent.
    Overall, it is what it is, good for taking out when you go shopping or walking the dog. Good as a backup device if all your other devices go wrong.

  • 2
    Cheap but not worth it

    Posted by Mike on Nov 21st 2018

    Bought this on special at 16.99 thinking it was great value. It's not! The cap is too fiddly and a pain to take on and off, and after 3 weeks of use, the pod no longer stays in place and keeps popping out of place as the spring retaining system wears, and the pod just stays falling off.