Best Flavour Sub-Ohm Tank with not a lot of airflow

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  1. mikeybee

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    Just as the title says,

    I’ve been through a lot of the newer tanks this year, and it all has disappointed me. Mostly because I thought I like big tanks with big airflow, but apparently I did not! The most I’ve come to liking a tank was the baby beasts and the nrg, the flavours were yum! (probably because of the limited airflow and smaller build?). So it would really help if anyone has an idea which tank I should buy next!
     
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    You will love the Sense screen..... Nice small adjusted airflow and no more mesh....

    They use the new screen coils... They are like very small mosquito mesh.....

    Oh yes.... My new side kick.....[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    The airflow is restricted and can be adjusted for a MTL......The Sense Screen[​IMG]

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    The Sense screen tank can be adjusted to a small setting and it's very quiet and you can use at low wattage.....[​IMG]

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    manny, you mentioned that this tank can be used at low wattage.
    what is low wattage?
    how low can you go without leaks n stuff?

    also, those coils are pricey. how long do they last?

    thanks,
    sue
     
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    I do not know about best tank but I know one which suits me well. Zephrus v2 by UD. It comes with a .3 and a 1.8 coil. AF adjusts from airy to almost nothing. The flavor imo is very good and I like it very much with the .3 coil and have used it at 1.8 low watt, high nic. I actually bought a second as I enjoy it that much. Coils are inexpensive at about $2 each online. Mine did not come with the rba deck but it is available. Also the tank can be found for about $10. A great deal on imo a very good tank.
     
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    zephrus v2 is no longer available.
    there were close out sales for $7 but sold out.
     
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    Yeah they are still available but in the $20 - $25 range. GearBest and Fasttech currently list as " in stosk ". So idk maybe that changes when you actually place the order. Coils however are definately available. Good thing, also the stock coils are pretty easy to rebiild. Greatfull for that. I still have my back up nib.
     
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    Low wattage is between 40 to 50 watts......in a small air setting.....

    The tank doesn't leak and I'm going on week (3) with a .23 ohm coil that reads .26 on my mod......

    You can take 3 second pulls very quietly at less than 50 watts....

    Flavor is outstanding on this tank..... I think the best setting is 45 watts..... If you go below you might flood it .....[​IMG][​IMG]

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    How long do the coils last for?
     
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    I have been using for a month soon on my first coil....

    And I use a sweet menthol ejuice...... and they overpass the Falcon mesh in flavor...... It's a nice tank........[​IMG]

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    I was under the impression that low Wattage was under 10 Watts. And I am sure there is a plethora of members who will love to argue that point. :vino:
     
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    Well if you want to fire a Subohm coil at 10 watts more power to anyone....

    You will be just sucking liquid......

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    That is NOT Low Wattage maybe Minimal Wattage for a Sub ohm tank but I think you need to refresh yourself with the Strictly Low Wattage thread.
     
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    Yeah but here we are talking about low wattage for Subohm tanks on this thread...... Most Subohm tanks vape 60 to 135 watts....

    So for a Subohm tank 30 to 40 watts is low wattage.......

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    30-40 Watts is not low wattage in any true sense.
     
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    Well for a 300 watts vaper it's low.....

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    The Sub Ohm Tank I vape at 25 Watts is not low wattage. And you need to find someone to argue this point with because 30-40 watts is like I said too many times already, NOT LOW WATTAGE.
     
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    i vape the voopoo t2 with .6 coil at 14 watts.
    i find that very pleasant.
    coils last forever.
     
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    I always like the Cleito tank. It's cheap and vapes around 40w. I have two smoke tanks, a Cupti, crown 2 and a kanger tank (don't recall the name because I didn't use it long) and for me, none matched the flavor of the Cleito. It only holds 3ml of liquid though. That's why I stopped using it as often.
     
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