Aspire K2 Starter Kit Instructions

Aspire K2 Kit

Aspire K2 Starter Kit

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  • 1x Aspire K2 Battery
  • 1x K2 Tank
  • 2x 1.8 Ohm Coils
  • 1x Micro USB charging cable
  • 1x Manual


Aspire K2 Starter Kit Instructions

Charging the Aspire K2 Starter Kit

Plug the USB end of your charging cable into the charging slot at the end of the K2 battery and plug the other end into a USB charging port.

Once plugged in, the LED will indicate the K2’s charge status. When fully charged, the LED will flash blue and orange 20 times.

Remember to never leave a charging battery unattended and do not charge batteries over night.

Filling the Aspire K2 Clearomizer (Tank)

To fill your Aspire K2 clearomizer with e-liquid, first you need to unscrew it from the battery. Then, holding the tank upside-down, unscrew the base of the clearomizer.

Hold the clearomizer at an angle and aim the nib of your e-liquid bottle down the inside of the tank. It’s a bit of a tight squeeze, so do make sure that you don’t get your e-liquid into the central chimney. You also need to make sure that you don’t fill the tank higher than the level of the top of the chimney. Check out the video below for a visual guide to filling and changing the coil on the K2 tank.

Replacing the Coil in Your Clearomizer

Your coils should last between 1-3 weeks, depending on how heavily you vape. You will notice a deterioration in the flavour of your vapour when your coil is reaching the end of it’s life, and may begin to experience a burnt taste. Once this happens, it’s time to change your coil.

To do this, unscrew the battery from the clearomiser and then unscrew the bottom of the clearomiser. You will then need to simply unscrew the coil and replace it with a shiny new one.

Once you’ve done this, fill your tank back up with e-liquid, replace the base of the clearomizer and leave it to stand for at least five minutes to prime the coil. You can find out more about priming coils here.

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