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    Go kanger Subtank mini or the larger one if you dont mind the overlap of the istick.


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    Hi Vape-leit I have looked at the subtanks and I do like them and obviously they got good reviews but correct me if I'm wrong but are they not more for people who like to sub ohm? Hence the name subtank,? Forgive me if this sounds stupid to u but I'm still quite new to this and up until a few weeks or so ago I was happy with a spinner and kanger emow wot do u think of the aspire Atlantic or nautilus?

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    I use an atlantis at .5 nautilus are pretty good. Either way if you happy vaping what your vaping then great. I have had a couple rda, and rba devices as well. It has become a hobby and now a new work investment for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sds1912 View Post
    Hi Vape-leit I have looked at the subtanks and I do like them and obviously they got good reviews but correct me if I'm wrong but are they not more for people who like to sub ohm? Hence the name subtank,? Forgive me if this sounds stupid to u but I'm still quite new to this and up until a few weeks or so ago I was happy with a spinner and kanger emow wot do u think of the aspire Atlantic or nautilus?
    Subtanks are for sub-ohm's - and your question doesn't sound stupid at all.

    The Aspire Atlantic is a sub-ohm device. It's great for beginning to sub-ohm because it has replaceable coils - so you wouldn't need to learn to rebuild them.

    That said, the Aspire Atlantis is a 2ml tank. So not the extra capacity you were looking for. Also, when sub-ohming, you will burn through eliquid much faster (and you need to lower the nic level correspondingly because of this).

    If you're looking for a larger tank to hold more eliquid, the Atlantis will not accomplish this. It will accomplish the big clouds that many people like.

    The Nautilus is likely your better bet, capacity is greater.

    My personal opinion (and this is mine alone) - the Kanger Aero Tank is more user friendly. It's not as "high end" in construction, but the replacement coils are way cheaper and can also be used on other Kanger tanks (so more compatibility). It doesn't have the extras you can get for nautilus (such as the very beautiful tank covers) - but nautilus replacement coils run a fair bit higher in cost.

    There is a definite split in opinions on : Aero or Nautilus - but they essentially reach the same end goal with the same capacity, same materials in construction, etc.

    ....just some thoughts.


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    I don't really want to fork out for a sub ohm atty simply because I haven't got a device capable of taking advantage of a sub ohm tank if I did I'd defo giv it a try but that's for a little further down the road in my vaping journey I'm go no go shopping on wensdays I'll let u know what I decided on thanks for ur input guys I appreciate ur views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sds1912 View Post
    I don't really want to fork out for a sub ohm atty simply because I haven't got a device capable of taking advantage of a sub ohm tank if I did I'd defo giv it a try but that's for a little further down the road in my vaping journey I'm go no go shopping on wensdays I'll let u know what I decided on thanks for ur input guys I appreciate ur views.
    Glad you caught that, the 20w istick can't go down past 1. ohm. ( I think..thereabouts anyway ) I think the 30w can do .4? Not sure. Anyway, I was going to mention that but you knew. The coils aren't cheap for the sub tanks and it would be pretty expensive to buy a device - buy a tank - buy coils...Get what you feel is right for you and your budget. It's pretty easy to fall down the rabbit hole with vaping and end up spending way more than you ever did smoking ( and some times end up with a ton of stuff that you lost interest in ) but you sound as if you've got a good handle on it all

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    Just to add because a lot of newer people seem to be using those tanks and I get wierd about safety I personally think if you're going to be doing sub-ohming you need to have a bit of knowledge about voltage/resistance etc. The new tanks and devices make it easy and you don't really need to have that knowledge but I do think it's very important to have some understanding of it because of the amount of power we're holding in our hands, expecially if you stick a sub tank on a mechanical mod..then you really really need to understand it.

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    Yes @Puff u are absolutely spot on about the safety thing, (example) I was sat with my misses and I had a old spinner battery and wanted to see wot was on the inside I know it's pretty obvious wots inside but I just wanted a closer look any way it ended in me telling the misses I can make one of those in an hour to which she replied no u couldn't well I sed that sounds like a challenge to me love haha anyway I think u know where this is goin but long story short I knocked up a workin prototype just so I could blow Vape smoke in her face 😤 and look smug 😏 lol. no but on a serious note it wasn't till I started to do research that I realised wot I was doing was dangerous it's not as simple as connecting a few wires to a battery and a 510 connector it's a lot deeper than that and I know fxxk all about amps and ohms volts and watts but will learn before I ever put a mech mod near my or my wife's face again expecially one I put together in a couple of hours

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    I have to take some of what I said back because you could use the 1. Something coil that comes with the subtank. I don't know why but I completely forgot that it came with one. It has a .5 installed in the tank but you could take it out and put the other in....anyway :| Dur.

    Edit: aaaand you can buy 1.something coils for it. :| *blush* Egad brain....work.....
    Last edited by Puff; 02-11-2015 at 06:42 AM.

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    Hi guys I just thought I'd giv u an update on what I bought I didn't get a subtank or an aspire I went for in the end a promethious iv not had chance to use it yet as iv got to build a coil and with a 2 year old boy nipping round my ankles that isn't easy, has anyone owned one of these or got any feedback for me?

 

 
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