We made it! Monday is almost over! Hope everyone is at home safe, relaxing with a vape.
In case you are looking for a new rebuildable tank then you might want to take the SilverPlay Nano into serious, serious consideration.
The full version of the SilverPlay was a big hit with vapers everywhere and secured a spot in my top 5 RBA/RTA list for 2015. So follow up to the highly successful SilverPlay RTA is the nano version.
But this isn’t just a smaller version of the SilverPlay RTA. There are key changes that were made with the nano version which in some cases actually make it a better tank.
Keep reading as I give you 3 reasons why you should get the SilverPlay RTA Nano:
Price – Currently priced at $40, the SilverPlay Nano is not a bad deal at all considering you get more stuff compared to other tanks in the market:
- 2 tank option: glass and polycarbonite bell cap
- Shorty drip cap
- 4 MASSIVE bottom airholes leading directly to posts
- “Direct to drip tip” chimney design: reduces airflow and vapor slowdown while speeding up vapor delivery
- Larger than usual wicking channels
- 3.2 ml juice capacity
- Gold plated copper contact
Because of the specs and features on this tank I think people who really enjoy building can do many things with the Nano, but this shouldn’t deter intermediate builders from getting one of these either.
Improvements – It’s good to see that Project Sub-Ohm got rid of that useless bottom airflow adjuster which a lot of people were complaining about with the full version. The Nano also has an improved PEEK insulator which can handle hotter builds.
Only sad part is the SilverPlay Nano is still BOTTOM FILL. According to the manufacturers, this is to ensure maximum performance. I just don’t like the idea of having to screw off my tank whenever I have to refill. Yes, lazy vaper problems…
It’s new! – The SilverPlay RTA Nano is scheduled to be released on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 on the Vapor DNA website which is in about a few more hours from now.
Pre-launch items sell pretty quick on Vapor DNA so if ever you are looking for a new RTA to rock, I suggest you give the SilverPlay Nano a shot. What are your thoughts about this RTA? Comments below please.