Aspire K Lite Kit Review

The Aspire K Lite was sent to me for review from Check it out on their website here. This is a small and portable vape designed with simplicity and size in mind. If you’re looking for something portable, light, and that works well, I think you’ll like this.


This is a very slender and compact device. It’s also very minimalist. There’s aren’t a bunch of fancy etchings or design features here.

These devices all come in a nice solid color with a matte paint finish, accented with the black border on the front of the device. Personally, I think it looks great, and I think you can appreciate the simplistic design even more when it’s in your hand.

The device has a standard 510 connection, so you can use any tank on here, although anything bigger than 16mm diameter will have an overhang.

Features and Functions

To turn the device on, click the firing button five times fast. And the same to turn it off. The button is nice and clicky and doesn’t feel squishy or anything.

Once it’s on, there’s a mode button that you can push to adjust the voltage between 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, and 5.0 volts.

Other than that, there’s nothing else to do other than to hit it. There are no other features here. It really is just a simple, easy-to-use device.

Battery Life

The battery inside the K Lite is a 900mAh non-removable battery. It’s a big battery for a little device, so it should last an entire day for most people

To charge it, plug the USB charging cable into the charging port and let it charge for about an hour. You can also vape it while it’s charging if you need to.

Safety Features

  • Automatic Cutoff
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Low Voltage Protection
  • Overcharge Protection
  • Over Heat Protection

The K Lite Tank

The tank is very basic. It’s a 16mm diameter tank with a plain plastic drip tip, a top cap, a 2ml glass tank, and an airflow control ring at the base.

The drip tip really could have used an upgrade, but it works fine. And since it’s a standard 510, you can use your tip on here too.

Installing the coil is as easy as you’d expect. Take apart the tank, screw it in and that’s it. I would recommend putting a little e-liquid on here though to prime it a bit.

To fill the tank, unscrew the top cap and there’s a single e-liquid port. The fill hole is large enough to not be a hassle.

Then you screw it back on, let it soak up the e-liquid for about 5-10 minutes, and you’re good to go. The tank only holds 2ml of liquid, so the capacity is small. That means higher-nicotine e-liquids are probably going to work best here.

The Pre-Built Coils

You get two types of pre-built coils in the box.

One coil is a 1.8ohm coil rated for 9-13 watts, which Aspire says you can run from 4.2 to 5.0 volts. The flavor from this coil is actually very good. I wasn’t expecting a coil like this to work so well. I had no problems running it at the max of 5.0 volts on the K Lite.

The other coil in the kit is a 1.6-ohm coil rated for 6-11 watts, which Aspire says you can run from 3.0 to 4.2 volts. This coil also works really well at the max of 4.2 volts and the flavor is very good.

And not included in the kit, but also compatible with this tank, are the Aspire Spryte coils and the O.G. BVC coils. So if you like those coils, you can keep using them here.


This is a mouth to lung tank. Even wide open, the tank is pretty restricted but you can get a very restricted lung draw. And that makes sense for this kit. It’s for restricted hits and most likely stronger nicotine e-liquids. The airflow ranges from slightly restricted to very restricted.

Final Thoughts

So that’s the kit.

The only thing I would have liked to be different on the device would have been for it to show the voltage setting while I’m hitting it so that I don’t have to hit the mode button to figure it out.

ProVape also took a look at what other reviewers have said and put together a very useful collection of pros and cons of the Aspire K Lite kit, so check that out if you want more than just my own opinion of the kit.

The K Lite works great for a low wattage mouth to lung device. It’s a super-simple device that has adjustable voltage and you can use any tank on here since it has a 510 connection. The size is small though, so you’re pretty much limited to 16mm diameter or smaller tanks. But the tank works great with the device, so I think it’s a nice kit.

The Finer Details


  • 900mAh internal battery
  • Size: 26.5mm depth x 127.5mm tall
  • Voltage: 3.0 to 5.0 volts
  • 2ml, 16mm diameter tank
  • $24.99 from

In The Box:

  • K Lite device
  • K Lite tank
  • 2 coils (1.6 ohm and 1.8 ohm)
  • USB charging cable

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