The Tigon kit is a pocket friendly device which is both easy to use and is an excellent performer. The kit comprises of the Tigon top fill tank and an 1800mAh battery.
The Aspire Tigon tank is a compact design that is either MTL or restricted DL capable. This is the first tank by Aspire that features a system to close off the liquid from the tank when the coil is pulled out from the bottom, it also features and child-proof cap. The kit includes a 1.2Ω head for mouth-to-lung (MTL) vaping at 10-12 Watts, and a 0.4Ω head for restricted Direct Lung (DL) vaping at 23-28 Watts. The air flow is adjustable from a wide open draw to a restricted draw for MTL vaping. The new Tigon coils are made from Ni80 which provides a quicker heat up time and excellent flavour. The kit includes two mouthpieces, a tall thin version for MTL vaping, or a shorter wider bore for DL vaping. A truly versatile tank system from Aspire.
The 1.2Ω MTL head has a very restricted airflow so will suit those searching for an authentic cigarette-like vape experience. We recommend e-liquid with a maximum of 50% VG to ensure proper wicking.
The 0.4Ω head allows an airy MTL experience or a restricted DL experience.
With this tank in particular (although this is good advice for all tanks), we suggest you allow at least 10 minutes for the juice to wick before using a new coil for the first time.
Compact, portable kit
Top fill (child proof) tank
Replaceable glass tank
MTL or restricted DL capable
Adjustable air flow
Aspire Tigon tank
1 x spare glass tank
2 x Ni80 Heads (1.2Ω & 0.4Ω)
2 x mouthpieces
1 x Screw adjustment tool (to remove the glass tank)
Easy and clean to fill from Christopher Mitchell on 30/08/2019
The smaller tanks (required by the EU I believe) need much more frequent filling and so the Tigon is most welcome. Nothing to unscrew to remove and drip on the table, just lift slide and fill. Slide back and press down, simples! Battery lasts all day, what could make anything better? I suppose one that did not roll about and fall down and a locator beacon so I can find the damned thing when I forget where I left it last. The wisdom of age seems to bring with it forgetfulness. The Greeks have a word for it, but I forget.