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How to Use the Aspire Revvo Tank - User Manual

Revvo tank

Tank Features

Ultra Convenient Top Fill
Adjustable airflow
3.6ml capacity
Innovative ARC(Aspire Radial Coil) technology
Coil resistance 0.10-0.16ohms
Wattage range: 50-100W (Optimal 80-85W)
Diameter: 24mm
Length: 45mm

Top fill instructions

Filling this tank is super easy and convenient, the filling hole is inside the tank, which can be reached by using a gorilla bottle or just as simply by a glass dropper.
1. Locate your filling bottle/dropper onto the spring loaded filling
tube and press it down (only minimal pressure is required). 2. Squeeze the filling bottle/dropper to fill the tank.


1. After filling, release pressure on the filling tube to allow it to     seal, then release pressure on bottle before removing     completely, this will draw off any excess e-liquid and avoid     spillage directly onto the coil.

2. Due to the special design of the tank, after the first filling and when replacing the coil, you should turn the tank upside     down for 2 minute to help saturate the coil with e-liquid.

Compatible bottle types

Coil installation

1. Unscrew and remove the top chamber.
2. Unscrew and remove the mounting screw.
3. Remove the used ARC coil by lifting over the filling tube
4. Place a new coil over the filling tube; make sure the coil edge     is lined up with the tank, and sits securely.
5. Screw the mounting screw back onto the base hardware.
6. Replace the top chamber
NB: The mounting screw also acts as a ‘spit-back’ guard.

Replacing glass

1. Unscrew and remove the glass securing ring from the base     hardware.
2. Pull and remove the used glass tube.
3. Insert a new glass tube.
4. Screw the glass securing ring back onto the base hardware

Protective cap

It is recommended to close the airflow slots and to use the     provided protective cap when travelling or when the tank is     not in use to avoid leakage and prevent dust and dirt from entering the top chamber.

It is also advisable to use the protective cap when carrying onto a plane as the cabin pressure can adversely affect the pressure inside the tank.

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