Now available to pre-order for £28.00 here at Vapour Cigarette.
Some further details have emerged from Aspire themselves:
“Aspire proudly presents our all new Triton tank system. This all new tank brings you an all new style of adjustable airflow control that will allow the user to really dial in on their desired airflow setting. The Triton also delivers the same style of airflow adjustment at the drip tip. So no matter if you want to mouth to lung or go straight to lung the all new Triton’s airflow control has you covered. Combine this with a convenient top fill method and our subohm coils and you have a truly variable tank system.”
And on the Triton drip tip system:
- Adjustable airflow at the drip tip to allow users to cool their vapor when running higher wattage/voltage settings
- Four fins to act as a heat sink and dissipate heat away from the drip tip
- The inner tube is specifically designed to carry heat away from the lips of the user
The Triton also brings users an optional RBA system you have all been asking for. This RBA system is simple and easy to use but still brings users all of the things they love about building their own coils.
Original article follows…
Details are very sketchy at the moment, but here it is. The successor to the Atlantis tanks will be the Triton – Aspire proudly proclaim, “6.22 The Prince of the sea will arrive…”
Wow, this thing better be bleeding edge vaping tech. The market is now saturated with subohm tank systems and it could be an Aspire misfire if this was the same old story with a different package.
It seems Aspire has listened to the major criticisms of the previous two Atlantis tanks, non-standard drip tips and no RBA section.
TGV has uncovered a few details and here’s what we know so far:
- Allows the use of standard 510 drip tips
- Includes an RBA section
- Top filling
- 3.5ml capacity
- 73mm height
- 22.5mm width
- Pyrex tank encased in stainless steel
- AFC top and bottom
- 0.3, 0.4 and 1.8ohm Trition coils
Rumours suggest that the Triton colis are very similar to Atlantis coils, or possibly the same. So, is this just the Atlantis 3 in all but name? We’ll find out soon enough.
TGV will update this news as more details appear.