FreeMax decided to ask what would happen if you put ceramic in a standard vaping tank. Their answer is the Starre Pure, a nice looking 4ml tank that aspires to give you a high quality vape while keeping the thing from burning itself up. Read the rest of the review to see how that works out for them.
I have taken an interest in rebuildable tanks lately. This is partly out of a desire to throw a ton of wattage at a tank, and having something reliable that will last a long time in the current political environment is a pretty good idea. In that spirit, GeekVape hooked me up with their new flagship RBA, the Griffin 25 Plus. So that means it’s review time!
Vapor4Life recently rolled out a new line of vaping gear. The Wow Vapor V-Kit is a more advanced device aimed squarely at existing smokers. Check out the review for more details on this kit.
Kanger tanks seem to come in 3 sizes: small, medium and OH MY GOD! The Subtank Plus would be the latter. Weighing in at 7ml of capacity, the plus is one of the bigger sub ohm tanks on the market. Read the review to find out if bigger really is better.
Sub Ohm tanks, are a dime a dozen it seems. Everyone has one and they tend to be very similar. UWell is yet another contender on the market, with a slightly different take on the category. What did UWell do differently? Find out in this UWell Crown review.
Innokin puts out some innovative products, though few can accuse them on being on the cutting edge of vaping technology. Rather, Innokin tends to see where the market is heading and puts out a solid contender in that category. Case in point is the new Cool Fire IV and iSub tank. Read the rest of the review to find out more.
Second versions of vaping products tend to be somewhat similar to the originals. Not in the case of the Atlantis 2 by Aspire. The new version is radically different from the original. Read on for the Atlantis 2 review.
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Subohm tanks aren’t a new thing. It feels like I’ll I’ve been doing lately is reviewing them. Now, there’s a new twist on the game: subohm tanks that can handle more power. Enter Horizon’s Atlantis tank which is rated up to 100 watts depending on the model. Find out if it really can handle that kind of power in this review.
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