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The Fireluke 2 is a stylish and flavorful sub-ohm tank, designed by Freemax in 2019. It follows in the footsteps of the original Fireluke Mesh, which was very popular last year. The Fireluke 2 introduces better airflow, authentic tasting flavor and lots of clouds. This rendition features a patented slide-to-open fill system and a 90% tea fiber cotton coil.
Freemax has been manufacturing devices since 2013 and specializes in sub-ohm tanks. They have a great reputation for producing great quality products, at a moderate price. This is perfect for new and budget vapers. Keep reading to find out my thoughts and honest opinion on the Fireluke 2 Sub-Ohm Tank.
The Freemax Fireluke 2 Sub-Ohm Tank has an all new superior stainless steel chassis and heavy beveling. It’s light but feels sturdy and well manufactured. It fits snug on any box mod and works seamlessly with the top fill system. With a 24mm wide diameter, the Fireluke 2 can sit nicely atop most mods without any overhang.
To fill the Fireluke 2 Tank you simply slide the top cap back with your thumb and squeeze your eliquid in. This is great for ease of access but slightly problematic as the single fill port can get air locked. It does have a vent hole designed to prevent this from happening, but it’s too small to do its job properly.
At the base of the tank, you will find the dual slotted airflow controls and the wide bore aperture on either side of the tank. This allows for stacks of airflow, which can also be reduced to the tightest of draws and anywhere in between. Underneath you will find the customary manufacturer name, gold plated 510 connection, CE markings and a serial number.
It can also hold 3ml of eliquid or 4.5 with the bubble glass. On top is a wide bore 810 drip tip, which matches the overall metal design. Having used this tank for the last couple of weeks, I can say that the airflow, flavor & cloud production is on point. In my humble opinion its better than the HorizonTech Falcon Sub-Ohm Tank, which has been my go-to for a while now.
I was able to find the Freemax Fireluke 2 Sub-Ohm Tank on the Heaven Gifts website for $35.99 USD. I feel this is a reasonable asking price for any good tank. If you’re looking for a cheap, reliable and decent quality tank, then I would recommend checking out the Freemax Fireluke 2.
The kit includes a dual mesh 0.2ohm coil and a single mesh 0.15ohm coil. The 360-degree feeding system helps prevent dry hits. You will also find your Fireluke 2 tank, spare bubble glass, and a user manual. The packaging isn’t anything special, just your usual perspex tube that showcases the tank nicely.