The first Aspire Breeze managed to do many things right. From it’s simple and straightforward operation to the robust and compact design, the pros won over the cons to make it a solid performer for its category. It’s no wonder that Aspire is now following up on the success of the original with the Aspire Breeze 2. Using the same compact and ergonomic design but with a few improvements added in to make it a worthy upgrade from its predecessor.
This compact all-in-one kit is looking to be a stable solution for any vaper looking to take their mod on the go. Let’s check out the details of the kit down below. Be sure to check the vape buyer’s guides for important information to take into consideration before making your purchase.
Review: Aspire Breeze 2
While the overall design of the Aspire Breeze 2 has remained more or less untouched, there are a few noticeable changes that stand to make a big improvement of the original Breeze and how the Breeze 2 vapes. The one that stands out the most is the overhauled e-liquid reservoir which is now fully viewable thanks to the polycarbonate material.
This lets you instantly know when the tank is full or in need of a refill, a welcome improvement over the original Breeze which involved some guesswork in order to gauge how much e-liquid is left in the tank.
The Aspire Breeze 2 retains the same excellent finish that the original had. A very smooth and powder-like texture can be felt when running your fingers over the mods aluminum alloy chassis. It doesn’t feel slippery at all, which improves the overall feel of the mod.
The non-glossy finish is pleasing to the eyes as well, and it does a good job of preventing unsightly fingerprints from showing up on the exterior which should be good news for those particular of such details.
There isn’t much going on in terms of looks when it comes to the Aspire Breeze 2. Instead of an LED screen, the mod makes use of an LED light to give you a rough readout on the device’s remaining battery life. The singular fire button feels snappy and crisp with a pleasant resounding click when pressed, letting you know exactly when the Aspire Breeze 2 is fired.
The Aspire Breeze 2 kit includes its own set of proprietary coil systems, the Breeze U-Tech 0.6 ohm and 1.0-ohm coils. These don’t generate a lot of heat on their own so they provide a very relaxed vaping experience.
Designed for use with higher concentration e-liquids, they still manage to provide a nice throat hit despite the low output. I wouldn’t recommend these for regular e-liquids with low nicotine concentrations as it won’t likely produce a satisfying vaping experience.
Another notable change in the Aspire Breeze 2 is its adjustable airflow design. This allows you to tweak the amount of air you’re getting in order to control the flavor and vapor density of each puff. It can be accessed when removing the mouthpiece and with it’s knurled ridges, is quite easy to make specific adjustments to get the airflow you’re looking for.
Thanks to its fixed output, not much can be said about the features or capabilities of the Aspire Breeze 2. It uses a coil system designed, and manufactured by Aspire themselves so you’re out of luck if you ever plan on looking to build your own coils or look for a third party provider.
Truthfully, it’s not such a bad thing if vaping higher concentrated e-liquids is your thing as the Aspire Breeze 2 manages to do this to a level that is more than satisfactory.
Ease of Use
Thanks to its one button design, the Aspire Breeze 2 is a breeze for first-time vapers to pick up and use thanks to its very low learning curve. A simple five clicks on the fire button turns it on or off with the LED light flashing to indicate the change in status.
The proprietary coil system also means that swapping coils is pretty much plug and play as far as the Aspire Breeze 2 is concerned, ideal for beginning vapers.
The 3ml tank serves its purpose well, enabling you to vape more while refilling less, another hallmark for a kit that’s centered around easy operation and portability. The see-through visible tank is a huge plus for the Aspire Breeze 2, especially considering that the first Breeze failed to include that as part of their design.
With its dimensions measuring out to a mere 19mm by 35mm by 96mm, the Aspire Breeze 2 is definitely one of the more compact all in ones available in the market today, although not as tiny as some of its potential competitors such as the Kandypens Rubi.
It does make up for this though with its increased battery capacity of 1000mAh which should last you more than a full day worth of vaping. The 3ml tank doesn’t hurt in this regard as well since based on experience, it’s not unusual to get a full day out of a single full tank.
Another feature that gets a small upgrade is the protective top cap. This time around it also functions as the mouthpiece as well as giving you full access to the coil for easy replacement. Protective top caps aren’t a common accessory in many kits, and it proves itself invaluable in keeping your vape as hygienic as possible, something that’s almost a necessity for a device such as the Aspire Breeze which is designed to be stored in the pocket.
While the low output and limited feature set will hardly satisfy the majority of power users looking for a fresh new kit to play with, the Aspire Breeze 2 does hold a solid niche in the vaping market. It’s easy and straightforward operation is a definite pro for newbie vapers, eliminating most of the tedious set-up and maintenance which is usually required to keep a vape in good performing condition.
The battery life and minuscule size are just two more reasons why you should be interested in the Aspire Breeze 2. The internal battery lets you vape for up to a full day without requiring a recharge, while the sheer portability makes it easy for any vaper to take it with them on the go.
If you are looking for a mod style kit to start with we recommend the Smok X-Priv.