Hi Folks, I received the Fireluke directly from FreeMax. I will convey my thoughts and do my very best to provide you with enough information so you can reach your own conclusion on the product, so no recommendations from me, just a final conclusion of my personal experience with it. Please ask questions in the below if I've missed anything you want to know Product Overview 316 Stainless Steel (SS) or Resin construction Capacity: 5 ml Glass tank (or 4ml Spare glass tank) Height 58mm Width at base 25mm Width at widest point on 5ml tank 30mm Width at widest point on 4ml tank 28mm Weight when full (5ml glass) 75g on SS or 73g on Resin Wide Bore Drip Tip: Width 13mm, Inner tapers down to 8mm Kanthal Sextuple coil 0.15ohm (60W-140W) supplied with tank Kanthal Duodenary Coil 0.15ohm (80W-180W) not supplied with tank RBA deck supplied with tank Thread: 510 Airflow Holes: 2 Price: $22.99 (Approx lowest price I’ve seen at the time of this review) Available Colours; Stainless Steel: Black or Plain Resin: Red (watch out its pink!), Blue, Yellow, Purple, Green, Black What's included in the Box? Kit Includes: 1 x FireLuke Tank installed with 5ML Glass Tube 1 x Replacement O-ring Parts 1 x 4ML Replacement Glass Tank 1 x RBA (DIY Coil Rebuild base) 1 x Slotted (flathead) Screwdriver 4 x Spare Flathead Screws (for the RBA deck) 1 x Cotton 2 x Clapton coils for the RBA 1 x Sextuple Coil (pre-installed), 1x User Manual Presentation wise it’s a really snazzy box, nice graphics. Definitely makes it stand out on the shelf more than others I’ve seen lately. There’s a scratch and sniff on the back with a QR code. I’m not sure I agree with the slogan “Fireluke never limits your vaping”, Erm what about when I run out of E-liquid, what are you going to do about that Luke with the Fire!?....<must resist>. Opening the box you are presented with the Fireluke in all its crazy glory. After removing the top presentation section everything is secured in place well so should survive the trip to your door ok, should you order online (assuming your local delivery service isn’t kicking it up the road). Looks & Initial Impressions You know the superman line “Is it a Plane”, well…. is it a fishbowl, is it a gumball machine, no….it’s the disco ball! ……that worked out so much better through the medium of dance, on here it’s just an anti-climax, and hey I never said I wrote “slogans” for a living! The Disco Ball is what I call it, as the resin really is crazy and fun - I love it, even if you don’t like it, you have to admit it’s not just another run of the mill atomiser, it’s certainly going to be a talking point with your friends or colleagues good or bad. I do find myself worrying about whether it’s is sensible to have the glass sticking out like this though so maybe a band would be advisable on this, I’ll just be really careful not to knock my mod over! The Coil and Drip Tips are proprietary. This may put some users off if they like mix ‘n’ match set ups. Also there is no option but to use the wide bore drip tip. There is no 510 drip tip adaptor which is a real shame. Freemax sent me both the stainless steel and resin versions to review. There are key differences between the two: 1) The resin version doesn’t have the drip tip as an “all in one” instead it’s a 2 piece design. 2) Both the airflow control (AFC) ring, and top cap on the resin version extend out further than on the stainless steel. So if you use a mod with exactly 25mm to spare, note the AFC protrudes out further at 27mm close to the base. I suppose it’s a moot point considering the glass tank protrudes further still at 30mm, but it does make the resin version look bigger on your mod. 3) The resin version doesn’t have any knurling on the AFC or top cap 4) The resin versions 4ml replacement tank feels like ultem, and not glass at all. When I flick it feels like plastic as it has that dull thud, also it’s not cold like glass. Lastly just to double check it wasn’t just a coating I did drop it to check and it bounced so I’m almost certain it is ultem unlike the spare SS version which is glass. Build Quality Part alignment is very good when assembled. It’s not light, weighing in at 73/75g (when full with E-liquid) so again I need to re-iterate do be careful putting this on a mod that tips over easily as it will be top heavy. Threading on both top caps could be better more so on the resin version, it’s a little scratchier than the stainless steel. Threading everywhere else is good though. Positive pin sits proud no dodgy resistance reading detected to date, Coils have a +0.1 variance from stated 0.15ohm. It’s not a push pin like those found on a number of bases (Smok Baby Beast or uwell Crown to name a couple), rather it’s one you can adjust manually with a screwdriver if you so wish. There is a plate inside the base which contacts the bottom of the coil or RBA deck. I’m not going to say whether the push pin or plate approach is better I’ll let you be the judge of that, I’ll just say I haven’t noticed any unstable readings on my mods so it does works ok. Both versions held up to ultrasonic cleaning no problem. I probably shouldn’t have put the resin in there! Oh well it’s new so in it went. I should say neither smelled of machine oil, instead more that smell you get when you open the box of a brand new pair of trainers which would have been the packaging it came in. The Airflow Control (AFC) ring has slight vertical play, more so on the resin version. The Stainless Steels AFC is designed to click as you turn it something the resin doesn’t offer. They both have a stop on them so no free turning which I like. Finally neither are press fit, hooray No leaking under the base! Wasn’t impressed with how the wires were sticking out on my premade coil. This is something I find really irritating as leaking is inevitable if you just leave it. It’s not something you want to have to worry about on the go! So I did push them back a little with a small screwdriver to ensure the gasket sits flat (careful not to overdo it as you could potentially cause a short on the coil later). Good quality control on these coils is a must especially when they are running a proprietary option only so that will be a con. Features Tank breaks down into 6 parts for cleaning and maintenance. For refilling you have to unscrew the top cap. The refill ports are extra-long kidney shaped although maybe a little narrow to get anything other than thin nose bottles inside. I have tried to use thicker twist nozzles to refill and it manages to find its way into the tank ok without too much bother. Finally I normally find threaded top fill atomisers tend to get messy around the top cap, but I haven’t noticed to be the case on here. The only time I’ve experienced leaking on this is either; 1) Leaving the premade coil sitting for a whole day without use as the condensation had time to drop inside the base, otherwise it was leak free the whole time (condensation or otherwise) 2) I have found that the resin version is worse for condensation collection especially at the corners of the Airflow Control (AFC) ring due to the fact the AFC isn’t as tight around the base, just keep an eye on this and tip it on a tissue to remove excess condensation before use especially when running the RBA deck. The Juice capacity is decent at 5ml and doesn’t drink too quickly compared to other sub ohms I’ve used. Should you not like the Disco Ball you can rock the slightly more modest 4ml tank which gives it a narrow profile with plenty of the crazy left (the mad hatter). The RBA looks like a solid option I’ll go into this more later but suffice to say the stock DIY Clapton Coils shipped with the product are really good. Freemax have used flat wire as the core instead of fused round wire giving you a staple coil type experience, which if anyone has used knows it’s very good. Coil Report Tested Conditions · Using 75% VG using my normal flavour I always try for new products. · Used Sony VTC5a batteries · Tested on the Yihi Q mini · Warmed coils up before taking notes at each stage · Pinned the cotton wicking (I like to do this on all sub ohms) Sextuple Kanthal Coil 0.15 ohm Rated 60 W-140W, according to the manufacturer Tested with my Airflow open a fifth as this suits my draw style. 60 – Fairly decent vapour, muted flavour, cool vape 70 – Flavour coming through better now, cool to warm vape 80 – Flavour coming through well, good vapour production, warm vape 90 - Flavour peaked, no increase in vapour production, warm vape to hot vape 100 – Airflow open to a third now, No increase in flavour, bigger clouds, warm to hot 110 – Flavour Diminishing, No increase in vapour, warm to hot vape 120 – Airflow open half way now, shorter vapes, tank getting hot, just more vapour less flavour and a hot vape 130 – Heading towards a burnt hit here can taste it coming through when chain vaping, hot vape 140 – Huge clouds, way too hot for me but does what it says without an actual burnt hit although wicking is just about hanging in there at this point I settled on 85w as it had the best balance of flavour, vape temperature especially with a slightly restricted lung hit. I would say the recommended range is maybe a little overrated on this coil. The coil life is good at just over 2 weeks for me.