MilSpec Mini Box Mod Highlights:

1 to 40W Power Output

  • 0.1 ohm Atomizer Resistance Range
  • Adjustable in 0.1W Increments
  • 0.00V to 9V

Temperature Control Output

  • Ni200 Nickel Support
  • Titanium Support
  • Stainless Steel 316L Support
  • 0.1 to 1 ohm Atomizer Resistance Range
  • 200 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit Range

0.49 Inch OLED Screen

  • Output Wattage
  • Output Temperature
  • Atomizer Resistance
  • Battery Life Readout

Ultra Compact Design

  • 62mm by 33mm by 22mm
  • Three Button Control Face

Micro USB Charging Port

Dual Magnetic Battery Door

  • 18350 Battery Sized
  • Spring Loaded Positive
  • Aspire 1300 mAh Battery Included

Stainless Steel 510 Connection

  • Spring Loaded Contact

Low Power/Short/Low Ohm/No Atomizer Weak Battery Protection

Nautilus Nano Highlights:

  • 19mm Diameter
  • Top Fill Capability
    • 2.0ml Tank Capacity
  • Nautilus Coil Structure
    • Vertical Coil Arrangement
    • 0.7 ohm
      • New Structure

        • 18 to 23W
    • 1.6 ohm
      • 3.3 to 4.2V
  • Dual Adjustable Airflow
    6mm by 1mm
  • 7mm Bore Drip Tip
  • Gold Plated Contact
  • Stainless Steel and Glass Construction

Milspec and Aspire collaborated to produce one great mini mod. As both companies claimed it, the Aspire x Milspec Mini Kit is one of the greatest starter kits in the market so far. With Milspec and Aspire’s great pitch on this kit, we’ll test its durability and performance to prove the company’s claim on that.

The Aspire x Milspec Mini Kit has a plastic matte finish exterior but it is solid metal in the inside gives it a nice and sturdy built.

The package comes with the Milspec Mini Mod, the Aspire Nautilus Nano 2ml Tank and spares (glass and 1.6-ohm coil), charging cables, and one 18350 Aspire Battery.

This mini mod has a removable 18350 which is a major pro for me. Some mini mods are good but they lack the convenience of having a removable battery.

Checking the built of the Milspec Mod, the size of the mod is really compact that it sits comfortably in my hand.

It has a small LED display and 3 control buttons. One of which is the power button, you can turn the mod on or off by pressing the firing button for 5 times.

The menu is just basic, you can check the battery life, temperature control, Wattage control and coil resistance. Below the control buttons you will see the mini USB port that you can use for charging.


At the back side, there is the battery cover which is being held by two magnets, almost the same as Evic Mini VTC. I find this very convenient as you can remove the cover with ease.

This mod has an adjustable wattage, ranging from 1 to 40W, just the right wattage for the starter kit. I tested it from 20W to 40W and it gave out a decent amount of cloud.

Included in the kit is the Nautilus Nano Tank. It has the top fill design with 2ml capacity which makes the refilling easier. Although I find the 2ml tank really small, but I understand that Aspire made it to comply with the UK standards. Filling the tank is super easy, just unscrew the top cap and pour the juice in the tank then screw the top back in and you’re ready to go.

The Nautilus Nano Tank has a 7mm non-replaceable drip tip so that means the usual 510 tips will not work here. It is not that big of a deal for me, but it will be better if you have an option.

Inside it has a preinstalled 0.7ohm vertical coil which you can replace with the 1.6ohm which is already available in the package. I tried using both coils, both can produce great flavor, but you will get a decent cloud with the 1.6ohm.

Outside, you will see the dual adjustable airflow. For me, it is really good to have control with the airflow, especially for the beginners, you can simply adjust the amount of air intake to your comfort.

This kit was not designed for getting big clouds, instead it is great for flavor chasing. Firing this device at 25W with the 1.6ohm coil, gives you the right amount of vapor that can really give a favorable taste.

Overall, this is a great kit for starters, nice amount of power, decent cloud production and superb flavor.


  • Replaceable batteries. This feature wins it. Most of the mini mods have an internal battery.
  • Very simple design. It has minimalistic but very sturdy design. The plastic matte finish exterior makes it easier to hold and avoid slipping off my hands.


  • Automatic shut off feature. I know it is not hard to press the firing button 5 times to turn the device back on, but if you have to do it every now and then, I find it really annoying.

Final Verdict:

Good things comes in small packages, and it is true for The Aspire x Milspec Mini Kit. It has a superb performance and is highly recommendable for starters. I know it does not pack the same power as the other mini mods, but the cloud production and taste quality produced by the vertical coils on the Nautilus tank, makes it just perfect for beginners. This mod was designed for Mouth-to-Lung vaping, so do not expect massive clouds. I just cannot get over with the replaceable battery, this feature made this mod capable of one whole day of vaping. You can charge the battery directly to the mod but I prefer using an external battery charger. This way you can charge the batts faster and much safer. All in all, the built of the mod looks durable having the full metal body.

What’s in the Box?

  • One MilSpec Mini 40W Box Mod
  • One Nautilus Nano Tank
    • 0.7 ohm Coil (Preinstalled)
    • 1.6 ohm Coil
  • Spare Glass Tank Section
  • One Aspire 1300 mAh 18350 Battery
  • One Battery Case
  • One Micro USB Charging Cable
  • User Manual