The Aspire Minican 3 will be released alongside its more technical sibling the Minican 3 Pro.
More Details On The Aspire Minican 3…
As mentioned above there are two versions of the Minican 3, this is the more basic model and the Minican 3 Pro will be covered in another preview.
This device is compatible with the fixed coil (disposable) pods of the other Minican versions which come in 0.8ohm, 1ohm and 1.2ohm resistances.
However this time you can also use replaceable coils – which are great for less waste. There is only an 0.8ohm version at present and I assume this is included in the kit.
There is a bottom fill port and in the standard version it will hold up to 3ml of your own e-liquid. In order to comply with TPD Regulations a 2ml version is available too.
The main device has a 700mAh battery which is charged via the USB Type C port at a 1A charge rate.
An LED indicator displays any fault conditions but from what I can see does not show current battery charge status. I have downloaded the user manual to confirm this.
To keep things simple there are no buttons or adjustments, simply inhale on the mouthpiece to trigger the auto draw system to fire the device.
Here is an introduction video from the Aspirecigs YouTube channel.
There are 10 colours to choose from: Purple Haze, Pinkish Red, Orange, Mint Haze, Azure Blue, Dark Green, Dark Purple, Blue Haze, Black and White.
Kit contents not specified at time of writing.
Aspire Minican 3 Specs
- Size: 96.2×28.2×15.6mm
- Battery: 700mAh (internal)
- Display: Not specified
- Output: 3.7V constant output
- Type C USB charging – 1A charge rate
- Resistance range: Not specified
- Capacity: 3ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD / CRC)
- Pods – two options – replaceable coil (Minican Meshed Coil 0.8ohm) pod / fixed coil pod
- Compatible with Minican series pods
- Bottom fill
- Auto draw activation
I am not seeing this stocked at retailers as yet so cannot comment on the price, but I wish they had included a battery charge status indicator – I find it annoying when manufacturers exclude this feature.
Anyway let me know your first impressions of the Aspire Minican 3 in the comments below!
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