View Full Version : Info. on Sub Ohm Tanks

02-20-2016, 04:40 PM
My review of two (2) sub ohm tanks that I have been using for two months. I use one on a Vapor Flask Classic and the other Box Mod is a Sigelei 150W . To do this I refer you to the following links, where it is done much better than I would do. I agree with the writer but there is one thing that the reviewer leaves out and which I find -- worth mentioning.

It is: if you use the VCT A1 (0.5 ohm) atomizers (which is good from 15W to 30W) you can also control the Flow of the E-juice as well as control the Air Flow. That helps control how much juice you burn up and the amount of cloud you produce. Maybe not too good if you Lung Inhale..but I don't.

The writer "Cons." the wiggly drip tip but then..hey..he doesn't know to put on a Good Drip Tip

from … "The Stash's" Drip Tip selections.

Some knowledge can also be gained about Temperature Control and doing it with the proper equipment.

SMOK Gimlet GCT Review - Vaping360 (http://vaping360.com/smok-gimlet-review/)

GCT - All Day Vapes (http://www.alldayvapes.ca/collections/sub-ohm-tanks/products/gimlet)

The Gimlet is my favorite sub tank when used with a VCT A1 atomizer and on a Vapor Flask that I can lock at my sweet wattage and don't accidentally knock it up.

VCT A1 by Smok $10.99 (http://vapenw.com/vct-a1-by-smok)

Hey, I really like Drip Tips from The Stash. They don't even gather "Tip Gunk" from the cookies I'm eating.

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