What Is The Best Tank For Clouds In 2016?


January 2015 was the time when sub-ohm tanks were first introduced. Before the sub-ohm tanks, sub-ohm vaping was exclusively for RDA’s only.

We’ve come a long from sub-ohm tanks in 2016, and to keep all of you updated here are a few cloud chasing tanks you should consider getting if big vapor is your thing.


IPV Pure X2 Sub-Ohm Tank – What makes the Pure X2 unique is its special heating alloy.

If you can see in the pic above, there are special posts with the distance of about 2 strips of organic cotton between them.

The things I love about the Pure X2:

  • No more coil building!
  • No more cleaning (dry-burn ok!)!
  • Longer lasting!

For the lazy vaper who wants big clouds without the complicated coil building, this tank is for you. No more wrapping, simply put place cotton, snip the sides, juice up cotton, cover, fill and vape!


Defiant Ceramic Sub-Ohm Tank

Defiant Ceramic Sub-Ohm Tank – Ceramic coils are definitely the future of vaping. In comparing them with the traditional coils, ceramics can last several weeks while coils lasts several days.

The ceramic is used differently in the Defiant tank. It serves as a buffer between the coil and the cotton. Looking at it, I wonder how long the cotton will last, and if it is possible to re-cotton the ceramic ring.

This tank was made by the same company who gave us the Royal Hunter RDA, so the very nice honeycomb spit-back protector is included here. It also comes with a wide bore drip tip.

Another advantage of the Defiant is its purer taste. Some vapers did note that the vape on the Defiant is a little warm, so if you aren’t a fan of warm vape this tank might not be for you.

 

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Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!

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