Top 5 Sub Ohm Tanks Of 2015
Mon, Jan 04, 16
Today we take a look at the best performing sub ohm tanks on the market. While there are many competitors and several that don't make this list the options today are plentiful and very versatile.
- Herakles Plus Sub Ohm Tank: The original Herakles Sub Ohm Tank evolved coil wicking technology that transformed how other companies approached the process. With its solid build and tons of airflow cloud production was incredible but flavor was a bit limited. The release of the Herakles Plus Sub Ohm Tank changed the game yet again. With its innovative top airflow control that siphons air from the top base, down into the coil through a second chamber, you get a very pure flavor experience. The new Herakles Plus Sub Ohm Tank features another redesign in vape coil technology that shrinks the coil to create a shorter path between your juice and your taste buds. Tested among others who claim to handle 100 plus watts of power or more, the Herakles Plus Sub Ohm Tank blows them all out of the water. At 120 watts the vape was hot, thick, and plentiful while dry hits were non-existent.
- Smok TFV4 Sub Ohm Tank: Smok came out swinging for the fences in 2015 with both its vape tank line and its box mod collection. The Smok TFV4 Sub Ohm Tank came in and overshadowed every other product in its category at the time. Smok offers more coil versions for this tank than any other sub ohm tank maker ever has for any one device. From single to sextuplet coils and everything in between. One of the best features of the Smok TFV4 Sub Ohm Tank was the ease of refilling it via the top base. Up until the release of this sub ohm tank nobody had perfected the process. Use of the RBA deck for the Smok TFV4 Sub Ohm Tank cut costs significantly for heavy experienced vapers.
- Uwell Crown Sub Ohm Tank: The Uwell Crown Sub Ohm Tank made quite the name for itself via its 0.25 ohm coils which offered a great cloud production while limiting the loss of flavor via airflow controls. Its beautiful design made it attractive enough to adorn the top of any box mod you paired it with. The Uwell Crown Sub Ohm Tank featured excellent machining and new anti leak technology that would keep you vaping while keeping your pocket dry. Paired up with its RBA deck you got a one size fits all vape experience that took into mind both design and convenience.
- Maganus Authentic DVC Tank: Vapeston came out swinging for the fences with the Maganus Authentic DVC Tank which is capable of up to 100 watts of power on its 0.2 ohm coils. The Maganus Authentic DVC Tank is ideal for fans of the cloud, its airflow intake flushes vapor rapidly in a tornado like pattern that makes it easy to fog a room within just a few puffs of your vape. At 100 watts dry hits are a bit common with this tank but if you aren't looking for a full 100 watt experience but are looking for a vape tank that puts out clouds the Maganus Authentic DVC Tank is the right tank for you.
- Innokin iSub Sub Ohm Tank: Innokin released this sub ohm tank with two ideas on the table. Low cost and adaptable performance. The Innokin iSub Sub Ohm Tank had a price that made it very attractive, since you could own two for the price of one sub ohm tank from other brands. If you rotate flavors and want a non cost restrictive tank the Innokin iSub Sub Ohm Tank was made with you in mind. One of the biggest surprises with this sub ohm tank is the performance of its coils. Unlike Innokin sub ohm products of the past this one held up well with vape juice as high as 80% VG. This made it ideal for vapers who don't like massive throat hits at sub ohm high watt ranges. The Innokin iSub Sub Ohm Tank comes in various colors so you can pick and choose those colors that best compliment your box mod.