The Advken Manta Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank features a unique design and impressive flavor output. This is one of many innovative sub-ohm tanks manufactured by Advken. They are based in China and focus their efforts on constantly reinventing vaping products for the better. Their extensive back catalog includes the Advken OWL Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank, which We Vape Mods recently reviewed.
The Advken Manta is a 24mm diameter atomizer, that’s constructed from superior stainless steel. The tube is made from strong pyrex glass that can hold roughly 4.5ml’s or so of ejuice. I personally prefer when brands use this type of material, as it’s more stronger than traditional glass and I tend to drop my vapes regularly. The snake skin pattern does make it hard to see how much eliquid you have left in your tank but luckily Advken has included a clear tube.
I feel the unique shape of this sub-ohm tank does somewhat resemble a manta ray. I’m not sure if that was Adkven’s intention or if it even serves a purpose. Either way, it makes this sub-ohm tank stand out in a market flooded with similar designed products. The filling method is a convenient sliding top cap, that appears to not suffer the same pressure flaws that the OWL sub-ohm tank had. Also on the bottom you have 3 mirrored adjustable airflow slots that can be individually closed.
The flavor produced by the included mesh coils was pretty good, not the best, but decent for a sub-ohm tank. You will find 2 x mesh coils included in your kit. No need to worry about brand exclusivity as the threading fits your Vaporesso and SMOK coils as well. The drip tip on top is nice and feels comfortably on my lips when taking hits. It doesn’t really get that warm, which is a good thing.
So you can expect to pay roughly $28.95 USD for the Advken Manta Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank. I think this price is fantastic. Taking in consideration that this product is still relatively new and its performance. If you are in need of a sub-ohm tank or are new to vaping, I would recommend you take advantage of this deal.
The packaging is average. No bells and whistles here. The design features a hexagon pattern, manta ray background and also Manta specific branding. Inside you will find your Advken Manta, spare glass and spare coil. No instruction booklet to be seen. This was a shame, since this sub-ohm tank is aimed at new users who may not necessarily know how to use it.
The Manta is only available in two colors, which are stainless steel and also black. I would have liked to see some more variation in color, including the drip tip, but I can understand the costs involved in offering multiple variations of the same product.
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