In the past few years, sub ohming has come to the forefront of the vaping world, with flavor, cloud production and maximum wattage being the three main names of the game. Finding the best sub ohm tank may not be an easy task with the hundreds of options available.
So, settle down while we have a good look at what we think are some of the best vapor tank options in the sub-Ohm class and maybe by the end of this you’ll have learned a thing or two, and gained the confidence to choose a sub ohm tank to best fit your vaping needs.
Hellvape Hellbeast Sub Ohm Tank
HorizonTech Falcon King Sub Ohm Tank
Uwell Crown 4 Tank
Advken Owl Mesh Sub Ohm Tank
Smok TFV12 Prince Sub Ohm Tank
Freemax Mesh Pro Sub Ohm Tank
Vaporesso Skrr Sub Ohm Tank
Smok TFV12 Baby Prince Tank
Famovape Vector Mesh Tank
Aspire Cleito 120 Tank
Best Sub Ohm Tank 2019
Hellvape’s Hellbeast is their first entry into the sub ohm tank. They’ve released some of the best RDAs and hit a homerun with this newly released tank. It does have an overall diameter of 24mm while constructed primarily of stainless steel material.
Included, you do receive a wide bore acrylic drip tip, perfect for cloud chasing. However, a smaller drip tip is included as well, if you prefer a smaller bore.
The maximum e-juice capacity is 4ml or 4.3ml depending on which coil head you use. A standout feature is the fact that this tank is compatible with the Hellvape Coils, Smok Baby Beast Coils, Vaporesso GT Coils and Aspire Nautilus V2 Coils (with the included adapter).
This allows you to get many different vape experiences including both direct lung and mouth to lung vaping. Lastly, the airflow is located at the bottom, and fully adjustable to be as restricted or open as you’d like.
Horizon Falcon King Sub Ohm Tank
Horizon has become incredibly popular as of late due to their Falcon tank series, and they’ve finally released the newest version! The Falcon King Tank sports a large 25mm diameter and boasts a massive 6ml e-juice capacity. Filling this tank is super easy using the rotating top fill system that locks into place.
As expected, this sub ohm tank uses the new Horizon Falcon Coil System, and includes 2 replacement mesh coils. If you prefer the original Falcon Coils, you can use them in this new tank as they are compatible!
Overall, the Falcon King quickly climbed as one of our favorites as the original did. The coils are fantastic performers, and the tank is aesthetically pleasing. If you’re looking for one of the best sub ohm tank money can buy, this is it.
Best Sub Ohm Tank 2018
Uwell Crown 4 Tank
Uwell is another brand that has had stellar tank releases in the past. Their newest sub ohm tank is the Crown 4, and is their biggest yet coming in at 28mm in diameter. Like many other tanks, it’s constructed of stainless steel and glass. In addition, it houses a maximum e-liquid capacity of 6ml. Its threaded top fill design makes it quick and easy to refill.
Included in the package, you’ll receive 2 stainless steel coil heads. However, they’ve recently introduced mesh coils, which we highly recommend picking up alongside this tank. Airflow is plentiful and adjustable via the indented airflow ring at the bottom.
The Uwell Crown 4 doesn’t disappoint in any way whatsoever. Its performance is amazing as you’d expect with any Uwell tank. If you’re a fan of limited edition runs, a Project Sub Ohm Edition variant is available.
Advken Owl Mesh Sub Ohm Tank
When it comes to top airflow, and sub ohm tanks, there’s not many. This is especially the case with tanks that feature mesh coil heads. Thankfully, this has changed with the new Advken Owl Mesh Sub Ohm Tank.
Airflow does come in from the top and travels around your coil head, giving immense flavor. It is adjustable as well, so you can restrict the draw as much as you’d like. What’s great about this tank is that it’s compatible with various coil heads. Just to name a few, the baby beast coils, baby prince coils, dominator coils and more.
When it comes to leaking, you don’t have to worry which is the biggest benefit from top airflow. Not only this, but the included coils are flavorful, and you can use other coils if you prefer. If you’re looking for a top airflow tank with mesh coils, then look no further!
Smok TFV12 Prince Sub Ohm Tank
Vape Quality: This beast of a tank boasts up to an 8ml capacity with it’s bubble tank and trust me, you’ll need it: operating sweetly on super-high wattage, like a freakin’ fog machine: the Prince Tank delivers through the roof flavor and extreme cloud-chasing vapor production.
Massive airflow makes for one of the easiest vapes and if the 80-100w ballpark is what you’re aiming for, you won’t go wrong here.
Range: Serious joy at anywhere around 100W with the 0.12 ohm coil. This tank is not for vape beginners or the faint-hearted. It’s a killer tank for advanced sub-Ohmers, and for us, it’s one of the best sub ohm tanks for 2018.
To improve your sub-Ohm skills and knowledge, check out this video:
Best Sub Ohm Tank For Flavor
Freemax Mesh Pro Sub Ohm Tank
Here’s another popular brand when it comes to sub ohm tanks, Freemax. When it comes to mesh coils, they were one of, if not the first to include it with their atomizer. Freemax is back with the new Mesh Pro Tank, and you guessed it, it does come with mesh coils! What’s even better is the included new and improved mesh coil heads!
This one boasts a larger diameter than its predecessor, coming in at 25mm. In addition, with its bubble glass, it can hold a whopping 6ml of e-liquid. There’s massive amounts of airflow thanks to its huge airflow slots located at the bottom.
For you flavor chasers, the Freemax Mesh Pro is one of the top choices. Like mentioned previously, the new coils are that much better, especially when it comes to flavor. Sometimes we’d even say the flavor is on par with some of the Best RTAs! If you’re looking for flavor, the Mesh Pro has got you covered.
Vaporesso Skrr Sub Ohm Tank
Vaporesso’s Skrr Sub Ohm Tank was first introduced in Luxe Starter Kit, and jumped to a favorite of ours strictly due to its flavor. This is one of the larger tanks to be listed, coming in at 30mm in diameter! As you’d expect with a tank of this size, it holds tons of e-liquid, 8ml to be exact. Filling it is quite easy too due to its sliding top fill system.
What makes the flavor from this tank so great is the included QF coils. Included you do receive two replacement coils, one is the 0.15 ohm mesh, and the other is the 0.15 ohm Strip coil. The design of the coil is unique as the air travels in, and around the center of the coil rather than right through. Not to mention, with its design, it does help prevent leaking.
All in all, this is another atomizer we consider as one of the best sub ohm tank, but this time for flavor. The unique replacement coil heads is what really makes this tank shine.
Vape Quality: Smok is at it yet again, but this time around in a smaller form factor. The TFV12 Baby Prince is similar in looks to its big brother the Prince Sub Ohm Tank, but comes in smaller with its 22mm base diameter and compact form factor.
This tank is best for those looking to cloud chase, but prefer something smaller in comparison to the others listed here. Don’t make its smaller design fool you, this tank includes the newest V8 Baby Coils, which have been redesigned to provide the most clouds and flavor.
Range: The two new coils included are the 0.15 ohm Mesh coil and the 0.15 ohm Red Light coil head, which not only feature a unique red LED light built-in, but a patented Octuple coil design, providing immense flavor and cloud production. Both of these coils are rated in the 80w to 90w range, so you won’t be needing too much power to get the vape you’re looking for.
Famovape Vector Mesh Sub Ohm Tank
Famovape is a relatively new brand in the vaping industry. They made quite the impact with their first release, the Fat Baby Mesh Sub Ohm Tank. It was a solid overall performer, but this new Vector tank is a welcomed improvement in almost every aspect.
Firstly, it features a multi mesh coil system, which provides amazing flavor while producing tons of clouds. Not to mention, they’re very easy to replace and install into the base. Also, it comes with a wide bore resin drip tip that’s heat resistant. Furthermore, the Vector has a 5ml capacity, and it can be filled via its convenient top fill design.
If you enjoy higher wattage vaping, you’ll certainly like this tank as the included coils are able to handle up to 100w. It has more than enough airflow to accommodate as well. The standout feature for this one is the multi mesh coil system, as it simply performs well, and lasts long too! With all of its features, and price point, we can easily recommend the Vector to add to your vape collection.
Best Sub Ohm Tank 2017
Aspire Cleito 120 Tank
Vape Quality: This easy, top filling sub-Ohm tank from Aspire uses special Maxi Watt coil configuration to maximize absorption, drastically increasing ramp time, depth of flavor and cloud production. It’s undoubtedly near the top of my best vapor tank list as far as affordability goes, coming in at around $21.22…now for a decent sub-Ohmer, that ain't too shabby.
Range: Recommended range for the Cleito 120 is 75W to 120W and we found it really purrs for us with a nice, comfortably warm vape at 85W.
Sub Ohm Tank - Everything You Need to Know
Sub ohm tanks aren’t new to the vaping world, but when they were released, they completely changed the game. Before these atomizers, if you wanted to sub ohm, you had to build coils yourself in an RDA or rebuildable dripping atomizer, and if you wanted a tank, you’d have to use an RTA or rebuildable tank atomizer.
Sub Ohm Tanks completely erases the need of you building your own coils by offering replacement coil heads that are under 1 ohm resistance; hence the name sub ohm tank. That is the one major difference between a sub ohm tank and pretty much any other vape tank on the market and why they’re so popular in today’s market. Not only this, but it also simplifies the process and just makes it easier for the vaper, which is always a good thing, especially for someone who is transitioning from cigarettes.
What is Sub Ohm Vaping?
Sub ohm vaping essentially means that the resistance of your attached atomizer (or coil in this case) is under 1 ohm. Anything that is higher than 1 ohm can be seen as above ohm vaping.
Vapers typically seeking sub ohm vaping is wanting to push more power and get more from their vaping experience. At lower resistances, you’re able to utilize your device at its full potential, and with lower resistances you can take advantage of the power available in the device you are using. However, even at higher resistances, you’re still able to vape at higher wattages since newer devices are able to provide higher voltage outputs.
Regardless, it’s almost important to understand ohm’s law and battery safety before vaping at these higher wattages. Be sure to check out our battery safety article to learn more about this and what batteries are best for your vaping preferences. This is important to understand and can clarify any questions regarding if sub ohm vaping is dangerous.
Choosing the Right E-Liquid
With Sub Ohm Vaping and tanks, you generally want to use e-liquids that are higher in VG. More VG simply means more vapor production. More PG means the e-liquid is thinner and will typically provide more throat hit, but for sub ohm tanks can cause leaking.
The best juice ratio we’ve found for sub ohm tanks are 70VG and higher. These types of e-juices are generally known as “Max VG”. If you to be one step ahead of the competition and looking for the best type of e-liquid for sub ohm vaping, be sure to check out our best e-juice guide.
Airflow - What’s the Deal?
Just like other atomizers, most sub ohm tanks feature an adjustable airflow system, which allows you to fine tune the tank to your preferred draw. If you want to produce plumes of vapor, having the most airflow available to you is ideal. However, if you want something more mellow, and want to flavor chase, simply cut down the airflow and get more of a dense and warm flavorful vape.
Prime Those Coils!
You’ll often read to “prime your coil heads”, what this means is that before you start vaping, you want to drip a couple of drops of e-juice on your coil to get things started.
After this step, we recommend closing your airflow completely to help prevent leaking. Once everything is put back together, simply fill your tank with your preferred e-liquid and let the tank sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Lastly, open your airflow and set it to the draw you want, and start at a lower wattage and gradually increase until you find your sweet spot.
So that about covers it for my list of recommended sub-Ohm tanks, for now. I hope I’ve given you a little insight into what to expect from these options but really, I hope I've inspired you to go out there and give sub-Ohming a shot if you haven't already.
In all my years using e-cigs and smaller vape pens I never dreamed of the type of flavor, airflow, cloud factor and just all round satisfaction I get off sub-Ohm setups. Once you start, you won't look back, trust me.
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I know you can’t get them all but the Innokin iSub tank is well worth mentioning. At a price averaging $12 it cannot be beaten. I have the Atlantis V2 and the little iSub beats it in flavor and clouds. Little it really isn’t as it holds 4ml of juice. The main drawback is the $12 tank is German polycarbon but I’ve used tank crackers in it with no problem. And its designed for 25/30 watts. They do have the Pyrex glass Innokin iSubG that retails for around $20 and has a removeable drip tip, another possible negative for the iSub poly. But its a great tank and great for first time sub ohmers like me, plus great for vapers on a budget.
20 to35 wats isnt what most people vape at .at that low of wattage things tend to taste way differant but try at a higher wattage and it will taste like crap…i have all the above mentioned tanks and many more i agree with the top 2 buty preferance for flavor is the uwell
Agreed! Not to mention- no one should be comparing their sub ohm tank to An Atlantis V2 (circa 2012?)
I know there are a lot of subtanks on the market and trust me I’ve tried nearly every one of them including all 5 that you chose. I must however say that you missed a real winner that is my top overall by a large margin and that is the Herakles. Although it doesn’t have a top fill option, the cloud density in incredible flavor production well outweigh that. As a matter of fact none of these tanks mentioned produce anywhere near the same amount of flavor as the Herakles.
Agreed in have all but the kangertech, and I love my Heracles!
Where is the Zephyrus
I’ve heard so much about the Herakles its making me want to get one but they are pricey.
The Herakles can be bought for under $20 shipped currently with a little google-fu or very easily obtained for under $25.
I love my Herakles! wish it were top fill, the tightening threads between the tank and the base are beginning to strip after only about 6 months of use. Always have to make sure it is not loose. Otherwise my favorite tank!
I agree, the Herakles is pricey and it doesn’t have an RBA head. The replacement coils are close to $3 a piece. It also requires a lot of power to use. I’m only using a 50W iStick.
Mime works just awesome an im only got it at 35 watts flavor is great plenty of smoke
I second that. I have TFV4, Crown and Atlantis2 but Herakles is my fav tank that i always go back to
I agree, the taste from the TFV4 can’t touch the Herakles. But the Herakles is one thirsty beast!
Not if you use the Clpt 2 coils. Flavor is great compared to other tfv4 coils.
Thanks Jim. I didn’t realize that and I will look into it tonight!
I do agree there are too many to make an easy choice but I’d say the Playboy Vixen and Herakles are the 2 best sub Ω tanks on the market.
I own 4 different tanks right now but have had a large number of others and have given them away or re sold them.
My top pick is the Playboy Vixen because the airflow is unmatched, has great flavor, huge juice holes that handle max vg with ease, has regular & temp control coils (also in a pinch aspire Atlantis coils can be used but have smaller juice holes), the 0.5 Ω coils are up to 100W but even 50W it hits so hard it gives me a nic buz the other tanks haven’t.
Swap the Delta II for the Herakles and you’ve got a solid list.
i just curious how the triton tank would hold up In this race? Top fill air holes adjustable on bottom and top. I don’t have one but I’ve been looking hard at em. The price was super high .But I do now know I got to get me a TFV4 and now a Herakles thanks to you guys..
I love my triton!! I have them all, and my Triton is the o e I like to carry around. Also my TFV4! Love them both the most!!
Ouch, 3 out of the 5 tanks don’t come with a RBA section and I think they usually run around $10 to get one too which will crank up the price. It may not be the best in the world but from reviews it’s on par with some of these tanks and I got thanks to this site for only $12 and that’s the Lemo 2 (out of stock now as I think they only had 2,000 in stock so I got lucky) but for $12 I’m happy with the purchase considering how high some of the others are and should be here in a few days. I’ve heard good things about the Billow v2 and you can get that around $25 bucks if you look around and like others have said the Herakles is supposed to be awesome but sucks juice like a maniac.
Quick question for you experienced vapors. I have a kuro coil jig and have even made parallel coils no problem but even with the vaping chart I seem to not hit the ohms 100% dead on so that’s one of the reasons why I haven’t taken the plunge into dual post tanks yet and have my trusty but a bit leaky on its side Subtank Mini and should be getting the Lemo 2 in a few days which is single too, but for example I make a .8 ohm coil and the other is a 1.3 for doing a crappy job making the coil or not making a good connection (as I’ve noticed for some reason my Ohms can jump like crazy sometimes on my devices that I need to figure out what the hell is going on) but what would happen when you have 2 mismatched coils like that?
With the labor day sale going on here now maybe I need to man up and get one of these tanks and go dual and I know I read that there’s a tank that’s a 3 coil setup too.
1st The Smok TVF4 plain & simple it give you 2 RBA coils a single & duel coil plus 2 stock coils taste & Vape Quilty is unsurpassed the tri head coils are little better then the quads 2nd Crown for price & taste clouds are up there with the Smok but you don’t get a RBA the coils are Awsome plus top or bottom filling option & easy Taste is as good as Smok 3rd would go to the Starre or Maganus they have some pretty bad ass coils I pulled 1 apart when it was old the have 8 wraps of cotton on each side all other coils only have 4 on each side So that’s how you can Vape up to 150w without a dry hit they were my number 1s but now 3rd 4th Goliath V2 probably best made has great taste best flavour around 70w 5th The Herakles great little tank but it’s got a silly airflow system you actually have to look in to see what air flow your on plus gets super hot over 70w I have all these tanks plus a few other Deltta 2 crap won of the worst sub tanks coils are massive but extremely hard to fill & can’t Vape past 35-40max Arctic is good big airflow coils good tank small 2.5ml The Best cheapest tank is the iJoy tank top filling & top air flow unique only time you ever need to touch bottom of tank is to change coils dealing should be 5th cause it as good as Herakles but much cheaper hope this helped
Out of all the tanks i have the tfv4. Personally i think the quad has better flavor than the triple. And the 6 coil to be better than the quad. But the dual clapton & 2nd gen rba are really great. I cant compare this tank to others simply because i dont own any others. However top fill is a major plus in my book. Alomg with other temp control coils. Flavor is on point with the right coil and set up. Juice drinker maybe….but with similar flavor quality of rdas think about it rdas still typically use more juice. If you want the best experience outta the tfv4 my recommendation would be the clp2 coils on the rx200 at 90watts. Or quad coils on the rx200 at 120-130 watts. Some people may not be ready for those watts and thats fine too. I firmly believe the tfv4 to have been specifically designed to operate within those watts. But this is my personal subjective opinion. Vape on and enjoy
I like the herakles as well but I must say my all time favorite is the artic made my horizon tech. The artic tank has amazing airflow amazing flavor the .2 coil holds 100 watts and the .5 holds 80 the nickel coil tc coil holds 80 watts and 560f degrees. The artic v2 just came out not to long ago but the only difference i see is that it has airflow on the mouth piece like the Atlantis v2. I have tried the herakles the starr the kanger and the artic is still my favorite by far!!!!!!! Also I must say I’m very interested in trying the smy speed 8 tank. Has anyone tried it ??? It looks like the artic except it holds 140 watts and it looks like a very well built tank. Let me know if anyone has tried the smy speed 8 tank that will be my next tank.
The most frustrating thing about vaping it’s so, dang subjective.
I agree. Everyone I hear is talking about the Herakles being so great. I just had to get one. Imo it sucks! I have Tobeco super tank and super tank mini. They are awesome. I just wish there were more coil options and perhaps an rba.
good list I am thinking of picking up the tfv4. Onto all the remarks about the herakles it is a great tank I have one but I much prefer my arctic by horizon tech to me that is the best sub ohm out there although I haven’t tried the tfv4 yet
I’m currently using the crown unwell tank on my smok cube II which I must say works fantastic. The flavor is wonderful. I usually run on temp control at 400°. If I run wattage mode, I vape around 80-90 watts depending on the flavor. I’m curious on how the tfv4 will work with my box. (Since it was made for it lol) anyone here use the cube II with the tfv4?
I don’t have that set-up, but a guy at my local vape shop was using that very one. He says it’s awesome. He says he vapes at 120w all day! So if you’re in to high wattage vaping, it sounds like your best bet.
Hey Guys. This is a great list. I have the atlantis v2, and have used literally every tank on this list. I’ve seen a few comments about the Herakles tank by Sense. The Herakles is one of my favorite tanks ever. The flavor and cloud production are amazing when vaped around 37-45 watts. Fortunately, the new version, the Herakles Plus will be released in December. This updated version has a new top fill feature, and some changes to the airflow control. Personally, I use more RDAs than tanks, but I will be picking up the Herakles Plus as soon as it’s available!
Hey Vaping Cheap!
Just to start, thanks for all the reviews, articles and such. Very informative, especially for newer vapers.
I have a quick question. I was just wondering if you guys knew when the Herakles Plus sub tank is coming out? I believe I read that it was early December. I’m holding off on buying another subtank until then, because I loved the original Herakles so much. Any info would be appreciated!
I don’t think anyone knows an exact release date for any device. They may know an expected release date but 99% of the time its delayed. Even when it is released different retailers will get it at different dates.
I know this may not be the place for this but I didn’t see best rta section so here I am. I have already purchased everything on this list that being said I vote for the uwell crown vft4 a close second. But after receiving my new geek vape griffin rta the rest will be put in the drawer. I don’t normally give opinions about new product because it’s just that (my opinion) but I feel the need to get the word out about this rta to the vaping community because it’s the first rta that I have found that will hold huge claptons and easy to wick with no leaks and plenty of airflow with a wide bore drip tip . eaven those like me who are to lazy or even not capable to make your own coils can appreciate this tank. Just order some prebuilt claptons and some cotton and boom you have blown everything on this list away. And I are saving money in the long run and when your coils – cotton starts testing a bit funky just clean your coils. Replace the cotton and your off to cloud – flavor heven again. My only complaint on this tank is the 3.5 m juice cap. But with top fill with huge slots you can easily tip your bottle to fill it so atleast they made the con bearable
I’m currently using the Billow v2 Nano and I luv it. Great flavor and huge clouds and I can run it on my 50W istick. How many watts does the GeekVape Griffin RTA need for good flavor? It might be my next tank as I like the look of it.
That would depend on the build u put in it . it’s duel cool so as long as u stay around say .5-.4 ohms your good I my self like vaping in the 80-90 watt rang on duel Clapton .2 to .25 ohms
Flavor is spot on with any dripper I’ve had.
That build deck is a thing of beauty. I only have a 50W istick so this tank is not on my wish list anytime soon, but it is definitely something I will consider in the future.
My best tank BY FAR is the Kanger Sub mini. I run it with the RBA (nearly all pre built coils for all tanks are rubbish). Slap in a 3 wrap coil of clapton wire (around 0.4 Ohms) and it chucks out clouds of vapour and tastes absolutely amazing [at as low as 12-13 watts!!!!] No tank I know of can beat that. No way! !2-13 watts guys!! No jokes. I’ve got the Smok TVF4 or whatever it’s called (amongst many others) and by comparison it’s a piece of CR#P. Huge/ Heavy/ requires Gigawatts of power to run it/ gives a hot hot vape/ kills your batt’s in no time. F that S – just grab yourselves a subtank mini, learn how to coil and wick an RBA and then forget all the rest.. cos you’ll be loving what you have too much.
P.S. (little tip) you don’t need to overtighten the tank onto the mod, or the tube onto the base. There’s no need for one, and secondly – it can stick. If it’s leaking then overtightening isn’t the cure. It’s probably just that you haven’t wicked it right.
I have that tank and claptons produce a very good flavor, but I run mine at around 20 watts. The deck might be small but it is well designed and easy to build on.
i also have every tank ever made….and i too am more into flavor now…..id put my triton 2 using the .5 claptons (40-45)watts against anything,flavor wise ,and still having nice clouds…without it drinking all my good sauce.My SMOKE ,CROWN,HERKALAS,&my other ten tanks R collecting dust…….except that new playboy vixen.It takes the aspire claptons too…and sure enough kicks ass flavor wise with nice clouds and they can handle any sauce you throw at it.that tank right now is by far the best bargain!!!!!!!
Coral tank by ZPAL is the first 200W subohm tank on the market.
My favorite tank of 2015 was the supermini tank by Tobeco …top fill it’s little on the smaller size but it hits like a champ… The flavor was on point too. I stayed using this tank up till yesterday when I bought the new aspire cleito tank.. Now I’m in love all over again. This tank by far is the best tank I ever used….this thing blows clouds better than a lot of rtas…and the flavor is superb!…
As for 2015 tho my vote is the supertank mini
Of course opinions are subjective, I’ve tried dozens of tanks and hands down my favorite one is the Kangertech Subtank Plus V2. I look at all these tanks, 2.5-5ml capacity and none of them even come close to the 7+ml capacity of the Plus. Sure it doesn’t have top fill capacity but I’m sure the Toptank Plus is soon to be released but even still, 7+ml requires very infrequent refills. The only tank worth buying on this list would be the TFV4 imo. It has the top fill capacity benefit to it as well as coming with two RBA heads for single or dual coil builds. They also sell two additional RBA’s, one designed for Clapton builds and one for three coil builds. Making it the most diverse and full featured tank currently on the market. Even though I am a die hard Subtank Plus user, I’d have fairly rate the TFV4 with higher marks than the Subtank Plus simply for the facts that the TFV4 is a top fill tank and has four different RBA options. If your vaping and buying packs of five pre-made coils, you should be embarrassed and you are wasting a TON of money. If a tank doesn’t have an RBA section, it isn’t worth any amount of money. If you don’t own a TFV4 or a Subtank Plus, your missing out in the vaping experience. Thought I would recommend waiting for the Toptank Plus to come out, over getting a Subtank Plus. Thus making the #1 tank on this list, the absolute only tank worth mentioning or suggesting. The four available RBA sections available for it and it’s 5ml capacity and top fill capacity should make it a no brainer.
Im looking for rda tank.. but this conversation kept pushing me to a conner where i have to suffer buying a spare occ.. ha3.. herakles obvious choices n other one might be? Great flavouring juices tank guys..
You should look into the Aromamizer. It has a velocity style deck with plenty of room for 3mm vertical coils and the airflow is very unique.
Aspire cleito is a new amazing tank!…closet you’ll get to a rda in a a tank trust me. Its .2 and .4 coils and the coil is the air flow…watch a review and you’ll see what I’m talking about…so far for me it’s the best tank I’ve ever used. The flavor is absolutely amazing! Good luck
The Cleito looks like an interesting design, but the coils are pricey. How long have your coils lasted you?
Cleito is horrible with taste compared to any main tank such as tfv4 or the uwell crown or the horizon turbo or v8 or the kryxses ceramic …it is very cheap if your on a budget but tour not going to get wattage or flavor from it. .
Im sorry Bruce I guess it’s all subjective. But watch the videos on the Cleito 120 and the Cleito. I have the tfv4 and the Cleito 120 and the tfv4 and the tfv8 sit in my closet not even close as far as taste goes. Yeah the Vapor production is very very close between the 8 and the cleito 120 but i don’t need to feel up a room with vapor and I like to not bother people in a 15 foot square area. Watch the Professionals review the Cleito 120 vs the Smoktech Tfv8 and see what they say. Much less the outdated tfv4.
The coils are the same price as any other coil on the market around $4 ..it all depends of the type of juice you like….I like really sweet juices like cereal …custard stuff like that…2 to 3 weeks out of one coil..depending on styling of vaping too. I chain vape so I think that’s pretty good
Hope that helps good luck
yeah $18 for 5 coils is very pricey. Anymore they are coming out with very good and reasonable tanks and coils. I love the IJoy Reaper with a coil similar to an RDA, and the Joytech Cubis. Both tanks are under $20, the coils are around $10 and the flavor and clouds are great!
I vape (very thick) unflavored Max VG nicotine base from perfectvape.com, and I love my 2 Horizon Arctic tanks, using the BTDC II coils. The tanks don’t leak or spit, and I’ve gotten them up as high as 70W before I went “OK, that’s enough”.
I’m looking for a new tank to use with my iStick 60w. I love my Nautilus and Mini Nautilus but want something that I can use my full 60w on. I’ve read so much and I’m more confused than ever. I’ll be using premade coils, not building my own. I don’t want an Atlantis as I hate the one I have (pretty sure it’s a bad clone). I appreciate any suggestions.
I have the iSub Apex. It was sent to me by mistake as I ordered the isub G, but that was my gain. It is a nifty little tank with some great features. The top fill is very easy to use, comes with 2 different drip tips, airflow is adjustable in two different spots and the flavor is very good. Get the pre-made clapton coils, the flavor is much better over the standard coils and you have plenty of power in your mod. I usually run it at 50 watts. I have the small version of the tank and the one downside is the glass area is somewhat small. Makes it hard to see how much juice is inside. The larger version which holds 5ml has a much larger viewing area.
Tobeco supertank mini …awesome tank great flavor or aspire clieto both will work great
I have quite a few tanks . At the moment I’m using my
PLAYBOY tank with aspire nickel coils on my FUCHAI . My wife wanted a pink tank and they were cheap so I got a black one. surprisingly not a bad tank..Sucks juice though
My TFV4 on my IPV4S.. Coils are so expensive ($6 or $7) I use the RBA deck. I build NIckel or Kanthal . Right now I have a fused clapton 2 x 28g core wrapped with 32g.. also sucks juice
I also have been using my old original ATLANTIS on my CF SUB OHM. I forgot how much I liked it . still a great tank !!
We have more that we don’t use at the moment.
I never got a DELTA 2 but I really wanted one .. great tank!
use the aspire triton 2 ,.5 ohm (clapton coils)flavor kicks ass on the extremely reasonable playboy vixon
I usually use Triton nickel coils but I will definitely give them a shot.
I originally asked for suggestions for a new tank that runs up to or a bit past 60w and I really appreciate everyone taking the time to answer me. I wound up getting a Cleito, which I love, but only with the .4 coil in it. I am also going to pick up tfv4 and a Herakles. You guys have given me the courage to finally buy them. I had been taking the advice of the owner of my local b&m and realized, after he sold me a regular Nautilus (I already had a mini) and told me it could easily go up to 55w…which is absolutely bullshit….that he was only after a sale, nothing more. He had suggested the Herakles but I just couldn’t trust him. I definitely trust you guys though.I am still looking up a couple of your suggestions I don’t know anything about so I may wind up with three new tanks. I’ve been putting it off so long though I deserve it. Thanks to every one of you for taking the time to answer me, I have no friends who vape so I’m on my own here.
I’m not a fan of the TFV4 ,but you can definitely vape higher wattage with it . The Herakles is great . That really sucks a B&m employee would do that . I have had bad experiences like that but the main shop I go to is legit . you might consider an RTA .
Cleito 120 all the way can hit at 70-90 watts best tank I’ve ever had and I’ve tried them all. except for the crown.
Tfv4 is over rated I can’t stand it…using a tank is all in preference honestly…I love the supertank mini and the cleito still till this day…been several tanks that came out since then . my next tank will be the horizon v8 or turbo ….I’m all about flavor …but so far nothing best the .9 vaporosa ceramic coil in the supermini tanks …only at 35 watts and the taste is absolutely amazing!!!
TFV4 IS one of the best out..it has 11 different coil options and 2 rba decks for it…guarantee you will set your cleito aside( mines collecting dust ).
I never understood why people like the TFV4 so much My TFV4 collects dust, It’s all about preference I guess. I prefer a tighter draw so the Joyetech cubis is perfect for me. I hear that the cleito has alot of air flow so I probably won’t like it either . The TFV4 nickel coils are terrible and I wasn’t impressed with the kanthal ones either(not worth $6-$7 each)
I understand why you wouldn’t like the tfv4 if you like the cubis…you wont like the tfv4 if you are used to the cubis…the tfv4 isnt made to be used at 20 -60 wats …i av 80 -90 wats. .it is a high wattage tank…i use the cubis on my low mods at 25w…it is a completely different type vape…
I just bought the cubis a couple of days ago for $14 . (Amazing) . Its is perfect for me. I love the tighter draw .I will say its pretty funny vaping at 20 watts on a 200 watt device. I did use the TFV4 for a long time . I used the rba deck more than pre-made coils. I’m sure I will still use it every once in a while like other vape products I have stowed away . I’ve been vaping for over 3 years and I think I just mellowed out a little bit.