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What is the best tank for clouds, flavor, and wide range of wattage acceptability?

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  1. jororose

    jororose New Member

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    I'm looking for a reliable tank that's out right now that can make some big clouds (I'm a bit of a cloud chaser) great flavor, and also have a wide range for watt power (30-100+). Any leads would be much appreciated! Thanks!!
     
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    TFV8 cloud beast for 100-150 watt vaping (150 watt mod recommended minimum 200 preferable)
    TFV8 big baby beast for 40-80 watt vaping (100 watt mod recommended)
     
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    What he said lol and............the TFV12 is coming out soon !
     
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    I have the big baby beast and can make nice clouds if I want. I'm more of a flavor guy since I recently gave up the cigarettes
     
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    I would definitely second the vote for the TFV8 BIG Baby Beast. Produces great clouds and even better flavor; and it runs well even on my modest 80W mod.
     
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    Thanks for the info..does it work well down to 30-40 also? What is the max output on it?
     
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    Thanks, does the baby beast come with more then one coil?
     
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    Does anybody know of a tank with a very large range...something like 40-100? Has anybody ever used the Uwell Crown 2, how is that?
     
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    They all come with 2 different coils but have many options of coils

    Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
     
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    The big baby beast from smok. Has a wide range of coils and can be used at all this wattages. I'd take that over a crown anyday.

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    The newer crown ii (version 4) coils aren't bad by any means. I've been battle testing the uwell se1 for a week now. Just changed coils yesterday since I was vaping a blueberry donut with 1% sucralose. I still prefer the original crown but all in all one of my favorites for a nice reliable tank that gets the job done well under 100w.
     
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    Each coil option, which there are quite a few options, has different ratings as far as wattage. I have been running the X4, which ranges from 30W-70W. On this particular coil, SMOK recommends 45W-60W.
     
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    Right, I see that a lot of tanks have ranges from 30-70 for example but then the brand will "recommend" a smaller range also. Why is that?
     
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    because the range is basically what the coil can handle and the recommended smaller range is where it vapes best at
     

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