Aspire Rover Plus Kit


Welcome to the Aspire Rover Plus Kit review. This silver coloured version was sent to me from Aspire.

What’s in the box?

Inside the packaging you get

  • Aspire Rover Plus Mod
  • Aspire AF Tank

  • 2 AF Coils, A 0.4Ohm 20-28Watts & 0.6Ohm 15-18Watts

  • USB Type-C charging cable

  • Spare O-rings

  • User Manual


The Device measures114.2×39.4×25.3 mm

Tank Specifications:

  • Drip Tip: 510 replaceable drip tip
  • Tank Capacity: 4.0 mL
  • E-liquid Filling: Push-to-open top fill
  • Airflow: Rotate to adjust airflow
  • Compatible with AF series coils:
  • AF Meshed Coil 0.4 Ω (20-28W)
  • AF Meshed Coil 0.6 Ω (15-18W)
  • AF Meshed Coil 1.0 Ω (12-15W)
  • Dimensions (Including drip tip): 28×50 mm

Mod Specifications:

  • Battery Capacity : Built-in, 2600 mAh
  • Output Modes: WATT / VOLTAGE / BYPASS / TC / CPS
  • Output Wattage Range: 5-40W
  • Output Voltage Range: 0.50-8.40V
  • Adjustable Temperature Range: 200-600℉ / 100-315℃
  • Recommended Resistance: 0.2-3.5 Ω
  • Continuous Fire Time: 10s
  • Screen: 0.96” TFT colour screen
  • Charging Port: Type-C
  • Max Charge Current: 2A
  • Mod Dimensions: 68.5×38.9×25.4 mm

I received the silver coloured version and there are 4 other colours to choose from.

Sophisticated Black, and bold Red. Alternatively, Purple Silver Fade and Blue Silver Fade.

AF Tank

The tank is 22.7 mm at the base and swells out to 28 mm with the preinstalled bubble glass. There is an overhang, so if the mod tips over you are likely to crack that glass. No 2 ml version of the glass tank included in this review sample. I’m not complaining as the capacity is 4 ml.

I am happy to see chunky knurling on the base and on the AFC adjustment ring, which is buttery smooth. The AF tank is dual top airflow, but the air travels down the metal struts and enters the coil at the bottom via the 4 drilled holes on each side, very clever indeed.
The coils are easily installed by simply pushing snugly up into the tank.

Up top, you have a slide to fill lid which is marked by a red triangle. I encountered no issues when filling, as the fill port is large enough to accommodate bottle nozzles with space to spare and there is an air pressure relief valve at the rear of the sliding top cap. There is a removable 510 drip tip so you can use your preferred drip tip.

AF Coils

First up, the 0.4 Ohm. After filling the tank and letting it sit for a few minutes, boom great flavour from the get-go. At 28 Watts and the airflow closed slightly is where I liked it. Tasty quiet smooth puffs achieved via this clever AFC intake. Performing well day after day and lasting to around the 940puff count before noticing a drop in flavour.

Next up, the 0.6 Ohm. A much cooler vape straight off, but if you close that airflow down, you get a very nice vape from this coil. You get good flavour and longevity, just as good as the 0.4 Ohm coil. Aspire are one of the best in the business for producing great coils., and these AF coils, certainly do this tank justice.

There is an additional 1.0 Ohm mesh coil available that is rated at 12–15 Watts, however this coil is not included in the kit that I received.

Rover Plus Mod

The mod has an internal battery with a capacity of 2600Mah, and a maximum power of 40 Watts. With dimensions of 68.5 × 39.4 × 25.3 mm, It’s a very pocket friendly device. With a very bright 0.96” TFT clear well laid out display, On there you have.

  • Battery level in progress bar and percentage
  • Lock / Unlock symbol
  • Power mode
  • Wattage
  • Volts
  • Amps
  • Ohms
  • Puff counter

The Fire button & +/ - buttons are located on the front. On the bottom you have a USB Type C charging port and 2 rubber strips which give a bit of grip to the mod when it’s placed on any surface.

Up top, you have a solid 510 plate and nicely finished panels on either side with subtle branding.

The industry standard 5 clicks turns the device on/off, while 3 clicks will lock the device.

  • Holding the +/- will lock the adjustment controls.
  • Holding the power button and - button allows you to adjust the brightness
  • Holding the power and + button allows you to access the output menu

Once there, you can scroll through the different modes, by using the + button and power button to select. The Rover Plus mod with its array of customizable output modes, Wattage Voltage, Bypass, CPS, and TC (NI/TI/SS).


The internal 2600Mah battery performed very well, for example when using the 0.4 Ohm coil the puff counter read 300 puffs and the battery was at 7%. The mod never got hot when chain vaping. Charge time you’re talking around 45 minutes.

Final Thoughts

I like this little Rover Plus Kit from Aspire, The AF tank and choice of different coils, it’s a very decent piece of kit. The Rover Plus mod is packed with features you generally see on much larger devices, along with that it’s a smart looking setup in my opinion.

I would like to thank Aspire for sending the Rover Plus Kit over for review, and I hope you enjoyed reading my thoughts on this one.


Nicely done. I like the looks of that mod. Even though it’s got a built in, seems like it held it’s own.


Good read, thanks. Thinking my uncle would love this kit.


I must admit I’d ask for the 1.0 ohm coil would have nice to see how that perform and knowing 2600mah battery would be great battery life


Thanks SD


Thank you


Yeah I agree with the 1.0Ohm coil it would be a solid MTL setup.


Thank you @Daredevil, that’s a handsome little mod I must say.


No problem Jimmy.


Nice work, @Daredevil Thanks!


Thank you mate