- Uses Single High-Amp 18650 Battery
- Dimensions: 91mm x 35.5mm x 23mm
- Wattage Output: 75W
- Minimum Atomizer Resistance: 0.1ohm
- Temperature Range: 200-600F
- Supports Titanium, Stainless Steel and Ni200 Nickel
- TCR Adjustments
- Stainless Steel Spring
- Smart Mode Setting
- Ergonomically Designed
- OLED Display
- Oversize Fire Button
- Dual Magnetized Battery Cover
- Dual Circuit Protection
- No Atomizer Protection
- Atomizer Short Protection
- Short Circuit Protection
- Reverse Polarity Protection
- Temperature Protection
- Wattage Lock
- Resistance Lock
- MicroUSB Port
The Aster 75W is the latest release box mod from Eleaf. It features a distinctive design that aims to provide comfort in handling and unique style. It also offers a 75W power output to be at par with other leading box mods.
With all the exciting features being offered by the Eleaf Aster 75W, it made me more interested to test its limits and see if it will truly live up to my expectations.
When I received the Eleaf Aster 75W, and seen its actual build, it was smaller than I thought. And I must say that the new mod design for this model really made the handling experience up the notch.
I have mine in black. And Eleaf also made it available in other colors, silver, pink, white and gray.
Its appearance is very simple and not too flashy. It’s a one-button operation device. A long and narrow display can be found at its front area with two small rectangular buttons for adjusting the power wattage output.
I think the wattage buttons were smartly placed. Placing them apart from each other diminishes the confusion when configuring the power of this device.
The Eleaf Aster 75W measures 23mm in diameter. I think this is an advantage since most atomizers measures 22mm, However, a 24mm tank would surely have an overhang when attached to this mod.
I tried to hook up all my RTAs and RDTAs and a small gap is visible between the tank and the mod. But with the 510, it was a perfect fit since it has a higher elevation against the top of the device.
It also comes with a USB port located at the bottom part of the mod, used both for charging and upgrading the Aster’s firmware.
Powering up the Eleaf Aster would need an 18650 battery. Simply access and open the magnetic back cover of the mod and install the battery.
Recharging the battery by using a separate charger is the best way to refill its power. By using the USB port found on the Aster’s mod, recharging can be quite slow and with the risk of overheating.
A new software update is available. However, when I upgraded its firmware the voltage reader was removed. And the Smart Mode, which features a full temperature control suite, was not at all necessary.
Building the deck, I used a dual spaced 10 looped coil. Set the resistance to 0.30ohm with 55.3W power and set the Aster in SS temp Mode.
At first hit, I got a strong vapor production and favorable flavor. The temperature stays at normal level even when chain vaping. And never gotten a dry hit, the TC worked great.
I can feel the Aster is limiting its power to keep the temperature in check. But this did not affect the gratifying vapor production.
Overall, the Eleaf Aster 75W is a handy portable device due to its distinctive design. And delivers favorable performance regardless of its small size.
- Fairly priced.
- Easy to handle mod design.
- Limits power to manage temperature level.
- The 75W battery may not last the whole day.
- The firmware upgrade has unnecessary features.
- Inability to revert the version of the firmware once upgraded.
What’s in the Box?
- 1pc ASTER (battery not included)
- 1pc USB Cable
- 1pc User Manual