Hi Folks, I received the Maganus Cloud Blaster directly from Vapeston. This is available to buy now. 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 on my personal experience with it. Please ask questions in the below if I've missed anything you want to know Product Overview Top Fill Port Top Airflow 5ml Capacity 25mm Diameter 66.6mm Height 66g Weight 5 ML Capacity Stainless Steel Constructions 510 Threading Cost: $27.95 (at the time of this review) Available from: https://www.rockbottomvapes.com/maganus-cloud-blaster-tank-5ml-top-airflow/ More info from: http://www.vapeston.com/maganus-cloud-blaster/ Coils: https://www.rockbottomvapes.com/maganus-x3-turbo-coil/ Replacement Pyrex glass tanks: https://www.rockbottomvapes.com/maganus-cloud-blaster-replacement-glass-tank/ Available Colours; Stainless Steel, Black, Gold, Gun Metal What's included in the Box? Kit Includes: 1x Vapeston Maganus Cloud Blaster Tank X3 RTA Coil Head (pre-installed) X3 Turbo Coil 0.15ohm triple Clapton coil (50-260W) X3 Turbo Coil 0.2ohm triple dual coil (50-180W) 1x Replacement Pyrex Tube 1x Replacement Top Cap (for use with standard 510 drip tip) 2x Clapton coils and cotton (for RTA base) Spare Parts User Manual Presentation wise this is excellent for the price, even the coils have their own little tubes. Great attention to detail here like it a lot. Looks & Initial Impressions Styling is simple no frills it’s not going to win any awards much like the TFV8 beast tank in my opinion. You can clearly see the Beast is the competitor the Blaster is going up against. Side by side they are almost identical in height. Even the stock drip tip is identical to the beasts in terms of height and width although it has a thicker inner diameter and forms part of the top cap unlike the beast. I actually find the Beast drip tip a lot more comfy however the Maganus does offer a 510 adapter which I chose to use. I do like the fact you get so much included in the kit, big thumbs up to Vapeston on this. The pre made coils are excellent quality, no mucking about having to sort dodgy seals, or wires sticking out where they shouldn’t be! Vapeston kindly packs the coils into their own tubes so they don’t pick up the flavour from the foam or whatever else they sit in when in the box. It’s a nice feature that each coil chamber is individually wicked and they have an interesting design to work with the top airflow. The air moves outside down the edges and around through the centres of the coil and back up. The RBA deck looks interesting although quite how that will work on a top flow atomiser we’ll have to see as there is no bottom or side flow for it. Replacement coils don’t come in a pack you do need to buy them individually, at least from what I’ve found so far. They are about same price as Smok’s (maybe a little more) and they are a little trickier to get hold of. Build Quality Very similar to Smok’s TFV8 Cloud Beast in terms of its construction quality. So if you’re familiar with that you know what to expect here. Paint is anodised, and machining is overall very good. Threading is very good. Despite the top cap being plastic, which I’m not a fan of, it works on the Blaster as it does get hot when vaping! None of that heat is transferred to me though while vaping, although I would like to have seen metal threading inside it for longevity. Positive pin sits proud at the base, no connection issues while using this regardless of coil or RBA deck. Paint job stood up to ultrasonic cleaning as did all of the other bits. Features Tank Breaks down into 6 parts with the RBA deck (or 4 when not using it) for cleaning and maintenance. The Airflow Control (AFC) is very easy to adjust probably slides a little too easily truth be told but there is a stop which I always welcome instead of free turning. This also helps when you come to disassemble the tank. At first I thought it was nasty but the more I’ve used the blaster the more I’ve come to really enjoy it. Combined with the pre made coils it offers the perfect vape feedback fully open (for the 0.15 coil at higher wattages) or restricted (on the 0.2 coils) For refilling you do have to unscrew the top cap, it never seizes and there is more than enough grip to remove it. The refill holes are fairly decent in size to accommodate most refill bottles. It doesn’t leak! Except when keeping the AFC shut for refilling the RBA deck. Unfortunately I found this out the hard way! So best to refill this with AFC open at all times. In terms of how I went about wicking the RBA I'll go over this in a follow up in the meantime here's a taster! Pre Made Coil Report Tested Conditions Using 75% VG using my normal flavour I always try for new products. Used Sony VTC5a batteries Tested on the H-priv Warmed coils up before taking notes at each stage I always pin a hole or two in my pre made coils helps with wicking X3 Coil 0.2 ohm Rated 50 W-180W, Best Between 70W-120W according to the manufacturer Tested with my AFC open a quarter 70 – Wispy Cloud, lacking in the flavour department even with airflow restricted, cool vape 80 - Better Vapour, same as 70 otherwise, cool to warm vape 90 – Flavour all of a sudden woke up! Big Jump up more so on the restricted front, warm vape 100 - Decent clouds, Flavour really coming through both fully open and restricted, warm vape 110 - Flavour peaked here, vape getting pretty hot now uncomfortably so for me 120 – same as 110 but hotter version 130 – Even more flavour but Christ my lungs are dying 140 - and I’m spent …burnt hit I settled on 95w as it had the best balance of flavour, vape temperature especially with a slightly restricted lung hit. It didn’t do the 180w as specified. Most notably this coil just won’t die it’s been going for a month I’ve chucked ever flavour you can think of! X3 Coil 0.3 ohm Rated 50W - 260W, best between 90W-180W according to the manufacturer. Tested with AFC open half way 80 - Nothing happening, cool vape 90 - Flavour picked up a little not much happening restricted or otherwise, cool vape 100 - Same as 90 bit more cloud, Warmish vape 110 - Slightly better Flavour, otherwise same as 100 120 - Flavour kicking in now as is cloud production, warm vape for me 130 - Improvement on flavour, otherwise same as 120 140 - Flavour on point here otherwise same as 130 150 - Now becoming hot so having to use shorter pulls, flavour still improving though! 160 - Sweet flavour notes coming through but it’s hot now had to open AFC wide open 170 – No noticeable difference to 160 except for my lungs crying 180 – Flavour is still getting better but I’m struggling with the temp! 190 – unbelievably flavour still improving but I’m getting the sweats and everything 220 – Ok my mod maxes here had to use micro pulls, but still didn’t get a burnt hit, the tank is like a nuclear reactor by now! I could actually cook something on it, no idea how people vape this high! Settled on 143W for this coil it had best balance of flavour, temperature and cloud for me. It did surprisingly well above the recommended range which is unusual for these types of coils. Again the coil is still going but I reckon it’ll have a shorter life span with the temps I’m going to be pushing through it.