The Favostix is the latest pod system by Aspire, which is one of the most recognizable vape manufacturers in vaping industry. Aspire Favostix is a compact and portable pod system with some impressive features. Its internal battery is listed at 1000 mAh and it comes with pods that have a 2 mL capacity. Here are my honest thoughts on the Aspire Favostix. Keep reading to find out if it is the beginner-friendly pod system you’ve been looking for.
Price: ￡23.99 (NewVaping)
Colours: Jet Black, Space Grey, Hunter Green, Navy Blue, Quicksilver, Amethyst Purple, Garnet Red
Aspire Favostix Key Features:
0.42” OLED screen
Easy bottom-filling design
USB Type-C charging port
Large battery capacity: 1000 mAh
Dimensions: 113mm x 25mm x 13.6mm
Aspire Favostix Package Contents:
1x Favostix Device (1000 mAh)
1x Favostix Pod 1.0Ω Preinstalled (2.0 ml)
1x Favostix Pod 0.6Ω (2.0 ml)
1 xType-C Cable
1x User Manual
Build Quality and Design
The Aspire Favostix is a fantastic device. Measuring at 113mm x 25mm x 13.6mm, it will slip right into a pocket if you are not carrying a bag. It also weighs a little of 46g but feels pretty solid in the hand. The mainframe is constructed by durable aluminium alloy oxide so that it can survive everyday use and drops. The rectangular shape makes it pleasing to hold.
Aspire Favostix supports both draw-activated fire mechanism and fire button activated. Simply press the fire button five times to turn the device on/ off. It can fire a maximum output wattage of 30W by 3 clicks of the fire button. Below the fire button, there is the 0.43inch OLED screen, which is tiny but easy to read. It clearly shows the remaining battery with percentage, resistance, puff count and current wattage. Having a 1000mAh battery the Aspire Favostix lasts for quite a while of vaping. Aspire Favostix can be charged through a type-c charging cable for minimum downtime.
The Aspire Favostix comes with 2 pods, a preinstalled 1.0ohm pod and a 0.6ohm pod. The pod is capable to hold 2ml vape juice and connected firmly with no movement or rattle. It uses a bottom-fill design and I have no experienced leaking. The filling port is located at the base and features a plastic hinge mechanism. You can check the juice level easily without having to remove the pod. The mouthpiece feels very comfortable on the lips thanks to its hybrid duckbill crossed with a flute style. It also serves as a drip tip. There is a tiny little hole on either side of the device, allowing air comes into the pod.
I tested the 1.0ohm MTL pod with my favourites Riot Salts Vape Juice. It is a kind of kanthal coil with organic cotton wicks and works well with nic salt juice, delivering a decently tight mouth to lung hit. You can get a warm vapour, decent cloud and most importantly superb flavour!
The other pod is a 0.6ohm restricted direct lung pod. It is compatible with freebase e-liquids and I used my beloved Dinner Lady Lemon Tart for this coil. I found it performs the best at 17w, offering an enjoyable warm vape with plenty of vapour, a loose mouth to lung draw.
Pros and Cons
Well build quality
Easy to use
Nice display screen
Good battery longevity
No airflow control
A bit tight for DL
Overall, Aspire done a decent job on the design of the Favostix 30W pod kit. It features a pocketable size and provides excellent performance. Its decent battery can support all-day vaping. I do enjoy the lovely flavour and vapour from both coils. If you are looking for a starter kit with well-built quality and pleasant favour, I would highly recommend the Aspire Favostix.
Have you tried any of the Aspire Favostix? Let me know in the comment section!