The TF Sub-Ohm Tank is SMOK’s latest entry into the fabled taste furious line. This 2019 mesh tank adds even more ejuice capacity, a modern plug and play coil design and improved airflow settings. SMOK is one of the biggest vaping companies to exist and have been around since 2010. They are constantly innovating and re-engineering new products at a great price.
My first taste of a SMOK product was back in early 2018 when they released the TFV12 Cloud Beast Sub-Ohm Tank. Let me tell you the SMOK TF Sub-Ohm Tank is on par, if not better. The sheer amount of cloudage you get from this compact device is amazing! If you’re new to vaping, I would recommend picking one up. It’s a solid sub-ohm tank for any beginner.
The SMOK TF Sub-Ohm Tank measures 25mm’s at its base and 30mm at its widest point. It’s relatively lightweight coming in at 75 grams. When using the bubble glass you can store a massive 6ml’s of eliquid. This is fantastic when your vaping on the go. The body is made from superior stainless steel and the tube features a high-grade glass that’s reinforced. It does come with a protective silicone sleeve, but I think it looks a bit daggy.
The extended tank base allows a lot more airflow to come in, which is good for blowing huge clouds of vapor. That does affect the flavor slightly though. While good, it’s not the best I’ve tasted from a sub-ohm tank. Overall though it shouldn’t matter to most SMOK fans as they are better known for their cloud chasing products. The airflow control is smooth and locks into place.
As previously mentioned the SMOK TF Sub-Ohm Tank comes with some new coils. Unfortunately, they are not backward compatible and you won’t be able to use your old TFV coils in the new TF tank. While some people may have an issue with this, it doesn’t particularly worry me because SMOK’s coils are cheap. The new coils are the TF BF-Mesh 0.25 ohm and TF Ceramic 0.50 ohm. Both boast an easy plug and play design, meaning less mess and quicker installation.
The popular top fill rotary cap is back with the standard lock button. This guarantees no leaks while carrying your tank around. The 810 resin drip tip feels comfortable when vaping and looks quite attractive. Also, you can buy these separately to mix and match as you please. Overall the tank looks great and comes in a variety of colors including black, rainbow, gold, blue and stainless steel.
The cheapest price I could find online was $20.95 USD from Eight Vape. That’s a really low asking price. I really appreciate SMOK delivering products that are budget friendly. You can expect to pay nearly double that for a similar sub-ohm tank from a competing brand.
The packaging for the SMOK TF Sub-Ohm Tank is very nice. Everything is neatly placed within a nice white cardboard box. A lovely picture of the tank is on the front face with various notable specs. Inside you will find your tank, 2 x coils, spare glass, parts, and a handy user manual.
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