Aspire Breeze 2 All-in-One Kit: Introduction and Guide
Today’s small vaping devices aren’t what they used to be. Large vaping devices such as box mods didn’t just become popular because they can generate enormous vapor clouds; they also became popular because small devices had problems that made using them inconvenient. In the past, people often found that the more convenient a vaping device was, the more poorly it worked. Small devices frequently leaked or spat hot e-liquid into users’ mouths. They also rarely generated enough vapor to satisfy.
If you’re a newer vaper looking for an upgrade from your first starter kit – or you’re an experienced vaper tired of the complexity of larger mods – the Aspire Breeze 2 is the device for you. High-end vaping manufacturers such as Aspire have resolved the problems of the past, and today’s small devices are everything we always hoped they would be. The Aspire Breeze 2 is incredibly reliable and produces large enough vapor clouds to satisfy almost anyone. It’s easy to fill and doesn’t leak – and the generous battery life is enough to last most people all day.
So, who should buy the Aspire Breeze 2? In this guide, we’ll explain everything you need to know.
Redefining the All-in-One Mod
The Aspire Breeze 2 is an All-in-One or AIO mod. Like most AIO devices, the Breeze 2 works with one type of tank and has a fixed internal battery. The built-in tank and lack of a removable battery allow the Breeze 2 to have a sleek, highly pocketable design.
The Aspire Breeze 2 includes two coils. The first is the same 0.6-ohm UTech coil included with the original Aspire Breeze. While the coil is the same, the improved design of the Aspire Breeze 2 contributes to improved airflow and larger vapor clouds. We’ll explain why in a moment.
The second coil included with the Aspire Breeze 2 is entirely new. The 1.0-ohm coil is designed to give you a great experience with nicotine salt e-liquids.
Perhaps the most interesting new feature of the Aspire Breeze 2 is the airflow control collar that connects to the top of the atomizer coil. Using the collar makes it easy to dial in your perfect vape, whether you prefer mouth-to-lung or direct-to-lung inhaling. The airflow control is a unique feature that sets the Aspire Breeze 2 apart from other AIO devices.
Looking below is a Diagram exploded view poster of all the parts for the Aspire Breeze 2 All In One.
Aspire Breeze 2 vs. Aspire Breeze
Note: While stock remains, the original Aspire Breeze is on sale for just $25.77! Both the original Aspire Breeze and the Aspire Breeze 2 work with Aspire UTech coils.
If you owned the original Aspire Breeze, you know that the chimney design was its biggest drawback. In the original Aspire Breeze, the coil was positioned at the bottom of the e-liquid chamber. Vapor had to travel through a long, narrow chimney to reach the mouthpiece. The chimney encouraged excess condensation to form, and the condensation could occasionally cause the atomizer coil to spit hot e-liquid. The Aspire Breeze 2 solves that problem with a higher coil position that eliminates the chimney. With the Aspire Breeze 2, the mouthpiece nearly connects to the top of the atomizer coil. The higher coil position means that the Aspire Breeze 2 generates more vapor and has improved airflow and reduced spitback compared to its predecessor.
Aspire Breeze 2 vs. Pod Vaping Systems
Pod vaping systems and AIO mods like the Aspire Breeze 2 are easy to confuse because they’re similar in concept. Both types of vaping devices are small, portable and convenient. With a pod vaping system, though, a pod functions as both the tank and the atomizer coil. With the Aspire Breeze 2, you don’t need to replace the tank – although it is possible to do so. Instead, you replace only the atomizer coil. Since replacing an atomizer coil costs less than replacing an entire pod, the Aspire Breeze 2 is less expensive to own than a pod vaping system. The Aspire Breeze 2 also generates more vapor – and has significantly longer battery life – than a pod system. While a typical pod system has a battery life of about 200-300 mAh, the Aspire Breeze 2 has a 1,000 mAh battery while only being slightly larger.
Using the Aspire Breeze 2
Charging the Battery
The Aspire Breeze 2 includes a USB cable and charges from any USB port. The maximum supported charge current is 800 mA, so don’t charge the Breeze 2 with a mobile phone charger. The light on the front of the Breeze 2 flashes three times when the charge cycle begins. The light flashes a further 20 times when the charge cycle is complete.
Filling the Tank
To fill the Aspire Breeze 2, press the two buttons on the side of the unit and lift the tank out of the device. Remove the mouthpiece. Near the atomizer coil, you’ll see a silicone plug. Remove the plug and fill the tank through the hole. Reassemble the tank and continue vaping.
Below is a User Chart showing how to properly fill and install the Aspire Breeze 2 pod system.
Replacing and Adjusting the Atomizer Coil
The atomizer coil of the Aspire Breeze 2 should last anywhere from several days to multiple weeks depending on how often you vape and what type of e-liquid you use. If you taste a burned flavor when vaping or notice that your device no longer generates as much vapor on a full battery charge as it once did, it’s time to replace the battery. Remove the mouthpiece and unscrew the coil assembly. Remove the airflow control ring from the top of the atomizer coil. Place the ring on a new atomizer coil and screw the assembly back in. Twist the airflow control ring to adjust the tightness of the draw. Fill the tank. Wait several minutes for the cotton to saturate before you resume vaping.
Vaping With the Aspire Breeze 2
To turn the Aspire Breeze 2 on and off, press the fire button five times quickly. The light flashes three times. To use the device, inhale while holding the button. You can inhale from the mouth to the lungs to mimic the act of smoking, or you can inhale directly to the lungs to produce bigger vapor clouds. While you use the Aspire Breeze 2, the color of the light tells you how much battery life remains. If the light is blue and orange, the battery is nearly full. If the light is blue, the battery is about half depleted. If the light is orange, it’s nearly time to charge the battery.
Below Is the User Battery charging chart.