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    BVC Resistances CE5, ET, ET-S, NOVA, VIVI-S
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    The Aspire BVC Resistors are designed to replace the resistors of your compatible Aspire clearomizer. Make sure it matches one of the following clearomizers: Aspire CE5-S BDC, Aspire CE5, Aspire ET-S BDC Pyrex, Aspire BDC, Aspire Vivi Nova, Aspire Mini Vivi Nova, Aspire K1. Do not attempt to use these BVC resistors with another model of clearomizer, as this could damage your electronic cigarette.

    Aspire offers its BVC resistors with different impedances: 1.6 ohm, 1.8 ohm, and 2.1 ohm.

    These impedance levels are specifically designed for e-liquids with a high nicotine content or containing nicotine salts. They offer a tight vaping experience, similar to a traditional cigarette, and a pronounced throat hit sensation.

    Made with organic cotton.

    E-liquid advice: It is recommended to use an e-liquid with a PG ratio of at least 50%, ideally a PG/VG ratio of 70/30 or even 80/20.

    The pack of 5 BVC resistors is compatible with the entire Aspire BDC range except for the Nautilus.

    Since you've adopted the electronic cigarette, you're satisfied and want to continue enjoying this pleasant experience. However, the resistance of your Aspire e-cigarette has a limited lifespan, which is why Aspire offers its BVC replacement resistors, specifically designed for your vaping equipment.

    The resistor is an essential element of your electronic cigarette. Without it, the e-liquid does not heat up and does not vaporize. It consists of a resistive wire and a wick in direct contact with the latter, which absorbs the e-liquid. When the wire heats up, the e-liquid evaporates and can be inhaled.

    Aspire offers several models of BVC resistors with different impedances:

    • Aspire BVC 1.6 ohm resistor: to be used between 3.3 and 4.2 volts
    • Aspire BVC 1.8 ohm resistor: to be used between 3.6 and 4.5 volts
    • Aspire BVC 2.1 ohm resistor: to be used between 3.7 and 4.8 volts

    These resistors are ideal for e-liquids with a high nicotine content or containing nicotine salts.

    Compatibility of Aspire BVC resistors:

    Resistors are not universal and do not work with all clearomizers. Make sure your clearomizer is compatible with Aspire BVC resistors. Here is the list of compatible clearomizers:

    • Aspire CE5-S BDC
    • Aspire CE5
    • Aspire ET-S BDC Pyrex
    • Aspire BDC
    • Aspire Vivi Nova
    • Aspire Mini Vivi Nova
    • Aspire K1

    Do not attempt to use these coils with another clearomizer, at the risk of damaging your vaping equipment.

    How to choose the suitable BVC Aspire resistor?

    Aspire's BVC resistors are recognized in the vape world for their quality and performance. They are made with a single resistive wire (single coil) and a high-quality organic cotton wick for optimal flavor restoration.

    To choose among the different impedances, here are some tips:

    • The lower the impedance, the greater the vapor production.
    • The higher the impedance, the tighter the vape (similar to a traditional cigarette), with a pronounced throat hit and cooler vapor.
    • A high impedance is ideal for vaping e-liquids with a high nicotine content or containing nicotine salts.

    Changing the BVC Aspire resistor:

    As with most clearomizers, the resistor change is done by unscrewing the base, on which the resistor is screwed. Unscrew the used resistor and replace it with a new one. Prime the new resistor by adding a few drops of e-liquid to the visible cottons, then reassemble the base to the rest of the clearomizer. Then fill your tank with e-liquid and you are ready to vape.

    When should you change your BVC Aspire resistor?

    The lifespan of a resistor is not fixed and depends on several factors. In general, an average vaper changes their resistor every 2 to 3 weeks. However, this duration can vary depending on your vaping rhythm, the power of your battery and the composition of your e-liquid. An e-liquid rich in VG will tend to clog the resistor more quickly.

    Here are some signs indicating that it's time to change your resistor:

    • Your e-cigarette produces less vapor than before
    • The taste is less pronounced
    • You feel a burnt taste

    In the latter case, it is imperative to change the resistor.

    In summary, to fully enjoy your vaping experience with an Aspire e-cigarette, make sure to choose the right BVC resistor, respect the compatibility with your clearomizer and replace the resistor in due time for optimal quality vapor.

    Data sheet

    1.6 Ohm, 1.8 Ohm, and 2.1 Ohm
    Max tension
    3.3V to 4.2V (1.6Ohm)
    3.7V to 5V (1.8ohm)
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