Daily Vaper: Aspire ESP Review

Kevin Krilla | Vape Reporter

The Daily Vaper: There simply is no place on the Internet to find all the information a vaper needs when considering whether to buy a specific model. The Daily Vaper is a new series in which we share vape reviews. We give you everything you need tknowall in one place. The video review can be found at the bottom of the article. The entire series can be found here.

Aspire’s ESP mod has a maximum wattage output of 30 watts. It comes with a built-in 1900mAh battery and has an OLED screen. The ESP has many of the characteristics of a good mod for those just getting started in the vaping world. There are no buttons other then the fire button. There is, however, a knob at the top of the mod allowing you to turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or decrease the output wattage from 5W to 30W.

The video review gives Aspire’s ESP a positive score. She recommends this mod for a beginner. Aspire is known for making good-quality mods for new vapers. The ESP is very lightweight, which is obviously a plus, although this is because it is made out of plastic. Overall, the reviewer gives the ESP two thumbs up.

Aspire ESP 30W MOD — $49.90

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