Aspire Paradox Review:A Stylish and Ergonomic Box Mod

The Paradox Box Mod is the cooperation between Aspire and NoName Mods. Powered by a single 18650 battery, it features a maximum output of 75W and supports fast Type-C charging. Equipped with an ASP Chipset, the Aspire Paradox supports VW/ VV mode and Bypass mode to deliver stable and powerful performance. In this review, I will share my three weeks' self-using experience of the Aspire Paradox. Now Let’s inspect how does it perform.


Aspire PARADOX 75W Box Mod Features:

Collaboration with NoName

ASP Chipset

Dimensions - 78mm by 42mm by 27mm

Single High Amp 18650 Battery - Not Included

Wattage Output Range: 1-75W

VW Mode

Bypass Mode

Zinc-Alloy Chassis Construction

Intuitive Firing Button

0.91" OLED Display Screen

Fold-Away Screen Protector

Two Adjustment Button

Bottom Threaded Battery Cap

Threaded 510 Connection

MicroUSB Type-C Port


Aspire PARADOX 75W Box Mod Package Content:

1 x Paradox Mod

1 x User Manual

1 x Type-C Cable


Price: £58.99 (at NewVaping)

Colors: Orion Silver, Dark Knight, Quick Silver

Build Quality and Design

The Aspire Paradox is a well built and compact device, standing at 78mm by 42mm by 27mm. It features a solid block of zinc alloy construction with an aesthetic and minimalist design. There is minimal branding on the body, making it a nice and classy looking mod. It boasts a rubberised plastic grip on the back, providing a comfortable hand feel.

The Aspire Paradox has an 0.91inch OLED display screen, which clearly displays all your information like current wattage, voltage and coil resistance. Above the screen, there is a large square fire button. The up and down buttons are placed below the screen. The screen and buttons are hidden behind a removable panel with strong magnets. When the panel is in place, you don't have to worry about pressing the buttons accidentally.

On the top, there is a spring-loaded 510 connection, which can take up a 24mm atomizer without overhang. Overall, the quality and design of the Aspire Paradox are top-notch.

Aspire Paradox Button Combination:

Lock/ Unlock: 5 clicks of the fire button

Lock Adjustment Buttons: press the fire and down buttons

Switch Modes (VW, VV and Bypass): press the fire and up buttons

Power Off: 2 clicks of the fire button

Switch Off Screen: 3 clicks of the fire button

The wattage can be adjusted in 0.1 increments by the short press. The longer press can adjust in full 1W increments. The voltage can be adjusted in 0.01V by a short single press and a long press will adjust in 0.1V.

Functions and Features

To provide a stable vaping experience, the Aspire Paradox uses various safety features, including short circuit protection, overcharge protection, low voltage protection, vaping overtime protection, overheat protection and over-discharge protection. The Aspire Paradox supports VV, VW and bypass mode. It is paired with the 9th tank, which performs well to deliver an enjoyable MTL experience. Compatible with the Clapton Coils as well as the RBA, it provides a very loose restricted lung draw.


I tested the performance of the Aspire Paradox by using the 70/30 VG/PG e-liquid. I used the AVP pro mesh 0.65ohm coil at 10w. The flavour was average. And then I fired it up to 14w, the flavour performs better. It was a tight MTL draw when fully close the airflow control. I started off at 10W with the 1.15ohm AVP pro coil. I can get a warmer vape and a tight MTL when closing down the airflow control ring. It performs the best at 16W.


The Aspire Paradox runs on a 18650 battery. As we know that battery life is affected by various factors like battery capacity, wattage and coil resistance etc. I’m satisfied with the battery performance of this kit. The battery can last a full day when vaping at a lower wattage(25w).

Pros and Cons


Comfortable hand feel

Fit up to 24mm without overhang

Spring-loaded 510 connection

Fast type-c charging

Well built quality

Easy to use

No rattling


Small display screen

No temperature control


The Aspire Paradox looks great and feels lovely in the hand. It comes with well-built quality and can take up atomizers of up to 24mm without overhang. It is packed with modes and delivers great wattage mode and bypass mode performance. The 9th tank works well with the mod to deliver excellent performance. If you are looking for a compact box mod, I highly recommend you to grab the Aspire Paradox.

What do you think of the Aspire Paradox? How was your experience with the device? Let us know in the comments below.


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