For beginners and vapers who don’t want to constantly drip to keep themselves topped up with e-liquid, finding the best sub ohm tank for your needs is an essential part of having an excellent vaping experience. With the multitude of sub-ohm tanks that have hit the market this year, the competition for the best vape tank is pretty fierce, though, and choosing the right one for your vaping needs isn’t always easy.
To help you find the best sub ohm vape tank, we surveyed ordinary vapers on their favorite tanks, and we’ve used the results to put together a definitive top 10. We’ve also made some suggestions ourselves, so you’ll have plenty of options to help you find the right device for your needs.
Best Sub Ohm Tanks
10 – Eleaf Melo 4
The fourth incarnation of Eleaf’s Melo tank is a solid choice if you’re looking for a great sub ohm tank but you’re also looking for a good deal. The Melo 4 comes in two sizes: an EU-friendly D22 version (i.e. diameter 22 mm) or a bigger D25, holding 2 and 4.5 ml of juice, respectively. The core features are same across both versions, though, including the slide-open top-fill system and the dual slot-style adjustable airflow holes.
The tank works with Eleaf’s EC2 series coils, with a 0.3 and 0.5 ohm option included in the kit, and both of them being designed to maximize flavor as well as putting out tons of vapor. The structure of the tank is pretty standard, with the coil screwing directly into the base of the tank and serving as the central chimney that leads right up to the mouthpiece. The performance is excellent, and it’s really easy to get to grips with the Melo 4 too.
Arguably the best thing, though, is the $16.60 price-tag.
9 – Aspire Athos
The Athos from Aspire takes 9th place for its excellent design and the top-end performance from the two included coils. The tank comes with a penta-coil (i.e. five-coil) head with 0.16 ohms of resistance and a triple coil with a 0.3 ohm resistance, and both of these perform really well at higher power settings. There’s a slot-style adjustable airflow system around the base of the tank too, so with that all the way open and the power turned up, you get tons of vapor and very clear flavor from both coils.
The tank itself has a stainless steel body, with two windows in the middle so you can see how much juice you have left. The tank holds 4 ml of e-juice, and there’s a threaded top-filling system, so you unscrew the top cap to get access to the filling ring. You get a clear wide-bore drip tip, which comes installed on the tank, but there’s also a wide-bore Delrin option if you prefer a black tip.
The Athos costs $29.99.
8 – Vaporesso Cascade
The Cascade from Vaporesso earns a spot as one of the best vape tanks thanks to its huge juice capacity and unique design. The Cascade separates the coil section from the juice, with the coil sitting inside the large base but separated from the tank of juice by the isolation ring. This is designed to prevent leaking or flooding while still ensuring that your coil gets plenty of juice for every puff so the performance stays consistent. It sounds complicated but in practice it works really well.
The tank has a 7 ml juice capacity, with a slide-open top-filling system so it’s as easy as possible to top yourself up with e-liquid. It comes with a 0.4 ohm and a 0.15 ohm coil as standard, and these simply push into place so changing coils is also really straightforward. The Cascade has a triangular airflow system, with the three slots around the base forming a triangle and all funneling air up to the center of the coil. The result is a fairly big tank – about 60 mm tall – but one that holds an impressive amount of e-juice and performs excellently.
You can pick it up for $41.90.
7 – Uwell Crown 4
The original Uwell Crown was one of the most legendary tanks in vaping history, and although none of the subsequent versions have had as big an impact on the industry, the Crown 4 is still a solid contender. The tank might not look like anything special, but Uwell has included a “self-cleaning” feature, which basically means that the tank is designed to catch and re-vaporize any condensation that would otherwise cause leaks and other issues. The tank is also hand-polished, with a huge 28 mm diameter stainless steel body and a 6 ml tank with the included bubble glass (or 5 ml with the straight-sided alternative).
The Crown 4 comes with two coils: one with 0.2 ohms of resistance and one with 0.4 ohms, both of which are made from SS904, which you can set up to work in TC mode on many mods (if they have adjustable TCR). It has a slot-style adjustable airflow ring, and there is a threaded top-filling system so you can refill easily. The tank looks great and the performance is excellent with both coils.
The Crown 4 costs $29.99.
6 – OBS Cube Subohm Tank
Designed to work well with the mod of the same name, the OBS Cube tank makes this best clearomizers list thanks to its mesh coils and excellent design. The tank has a 4 ml capacity, with a bubble glass tank and a 24 mm diameter, but still just standing around 45 mm tall. It features slot-style adjustable airflow, with a wide-bore drip tip as standard so you get plenty of airflow through the whole tank. It has a threaded top-filling system, with huge fill ports underneath the top cap so you can top up on e-juice easily.
The OBS Cube tank has a 0.2 ohm mesh coil included as standard. Mesh is ideal for tanks because it offers huge surface area and works well with cotton wicks while still maintaining a low resistance and heating up pretty quickly. This is why the flavor and vapor production from the Cube is so good, and even though it only comes with one coil, it’s also compatible with Smok V8 Baby coils and the M1 and M6 coils for the OBS Draco and Damo.
You can pick up the Cube for $19.99.
5 – Horizontech Falcon 2
The Falcon 2 from Horizontech takes fifth place on this best vape tanks list thanks to its beautiful design and the excellent performance you get from the included sector mesh coil. The tank comes with a bubble glass attachment which can hold up to 5.2 ml of e-juice, or an alternative straight-sided option that holds 3.4 ml, both made from Pyrex. The tank features slot-style adjustable airflow, with three slots around the base of the tank channeling air up to the coil.
The sector mesh coil has a 0.14 ohm resistance and a conical shape so it concentrates the flavor of your juice as well as putting out impressive amounts of vapor. The tank features a slide-open top-filling system, so it’s really easy to use even if you’re new to vaping. The coils are also friction-fit, so you don’t have to worry about screwing or unscrewing during installation.
You can pick up the Falcon 2 for $36.99, and if you want more information we have a full review of the tank.
4 – FreeMax Mesh Pro
The Mesh Pro from FreeMax comes in as the fourth top rated sub ohm tank in this list thanks to the mesh coils that give the tank its name and the leak-free design. The tank has a unique design because it’s built from resin with unique swirling patterns on each, although there’s also a metal version if you prefer a classic look for your tank. It has a 6 ml capacity with the bubble glass, but you also get a straight sided 5 ml option when you pick it up.
The resin edition comes with a 0.2 ohm double mesh coil and a 0.15 ohm single mesh option, but the metal edition replaces these with a DVC and a sextuple coil, both with a 0.15 ohm resistance. The performance is great from both of them, but the increased surface area from the mesh coils offers the best vapor production and flavor. The tank has a sliding top-filling mechanism, and has slot-style adjustable airflow around the base.
You can pick up the Mesh Pro for $27.95.
3 – Smok TFV16 Tank
Smok’s TFV series of tanks has been a regular feature on best atomizer tanks lists, and the recent TFV16 sees them continuing in the tradition of putting out excellent sub ohm tanks in the line-up. The tank features bubble glass with a massive 9 ml juice capacity – far beyond most of the competition – and a button-controlled top-filling system that makes refilling as user-friendly as possible.
The tank comes with two mesh coils as standard: a single mesh option with a 0.17 ohm resistance rated up to 120 W, and a 0.12 ohm dual mesh option rated up to 160 W. The mesh coil design and low resistance make these some of the best options if you’re looking for a tank that can really put out some clouds, but the flavor they offer is also pretty impressive. There is slot-style adjustable airflow around the base of the tank, and it comes with a wide-bore resin drip tip.
You can pick up the TFV16 for $34.99.
2 – GeekVape Cerberus
GeekVape’s Cerberus takes the second spot in this list, offering a 5.5 ml capacity tank with a threaded top-filling system and mesh coils to boost the performance. The tank basically looks like many others on the market, with the coil attaching to the tank’s base, fed by two slot-style adjustable airflow ports, and leading up to the wide-bore drip tip. The tank has bubble glass, and the top cap is knurled so it’s easy to unscrew it to get access to the refilling holes.
The Cerberus comes with a 0.2 ohm mesh coil, rated at up to 80 W, which does a great job when it comes to both flavor and vapor. The tank is also compatible with TFV8 Baby coils, which is an excellent feature if you have the old Smok tank or you can pick up the coils for cheap. You also get an alternative, straight-sided 4 ml glass tube in the kit.
You can get the Cerberus for $33.90.
1 – HellVape Hellbeast
The Hellbeast tank is a collaboration between HellVape and Beyond Vape, and while it doesn’t make use of mesh coils like many of the others on this list, it’s compatible with many different coils and performs just as well as some of the higher-tech options, earning it the title of best vape tank for 2020.It comes with a 0.2 ohm coil, but it’s compatible with Smok Baby Beast, Vaporesso GT and Nautilus V2 coils. This is a great feature because all of these coils suit different purposes and so it’s easier to make the tank suit your preferences. For example, if you want a big, cloudy vape, the Baby Beast coils are perfect, but you can also get a great MTL vape with the Nautilus V2 coils.
The Hellbeast has a stainless steel construction, and you can pick it up as a 4 ml tank or a 2 ml, EU-friendly version. The tank has a series of holes for its adjustable airflow system, but you choose your setting by twisting the ring at the base in the usual way, and there’s a slide-open top-filling system for e-juice. The tank has a wide-bore drip-tip as standard, but in line with its flexible approach to coils, it also comes with a 510 adapter and delrin drip tip, so you can set it up perfectly as a MTL device if that’s how you want to vape.
Overall, the flexibility of the Hellbeast really puts it ahead of the competition, and the price of $34.99 is pretty competitive too.
Best Vape Tanks and Sub-Ohm Tanks (As Recommended by ECR Staff)
The above list features some fantastic tank atomizers, but there are so many on the market that it can’t possibly feature all of the options. So we’ve put together some recommendations of our own, in case you’re looking to find out about more of the best atomizer tanks and clearomizers on the market before you make your decision. We’ve also included some more traditional clearomizers in our list to give you a wider-range of options than the primarily sub-ohm tank based list above, even though we’d also recommend many of the same tanks.
10 – Innokin iSub V
The iSub V from Innokin kicks off out recommendations for best sub ohm tank because even though it’s an older tank and it’s fairly basic by today’s standards, it performs well and does everything you need from a tank. It has a simple top-filling design, a 3 ml capacity tank (straight-sided) and a slot-style adjustable airflow system around the base. It comes with two 0.5 ohm coils as standard, and it’s compatible with any iSub coils, so there are also temperature control compatible options. You can pick up the tank for $12.95.
9 – Aspire Cleito EXO
The Cleito from Aspire is a legendary tank, and the EXO version makes this best vape tanks list because it offers the main benefits of the original with a top airflow system that minimizes leaking. The name comes from the metallic “exoskeleton” on the outside of the glass, but this also serves to channel the airflow down from the slots at the top to the base of the coil. It performs excellently and works with both Cleito EXO coils (0.16 ohms) and original Cleito coils (0.4 ohms), with the Cleito EXO coils reducing the tank capacity from 3.5 ml (as with the originals) down to 2 ml. The Cleito EXO costs $19.99, and we have a full review if you want more information.
8 – Vaporesso NRG PE
The NRG PE tank from Vaporesso is a cloud-chasing sub ohm tank, with mesh coils included as standard and compatibility with all of Vaporesso’s GT line of coils. The tank has a 25 mm diameter and holds 3.5 ml of juice, with two big slot-style airflow holes at the bottom that are great for big open airflow. It has a sliding top-fill system to make it easy to top up with e-juice. The tank comes with a 0.15 ohm GT4 meshed coil, which offers excellent performance at up to 75 W, as well as a GT Ccell coil for lower wattages. You can get the tank for $23.90.
7 – Uwell Valyrian
The Valyrian by Uwell is one of our picks for the top rated vape tank atomizers because it offers outstanding performance in a fairly simple unit – another example of an older tank that still holds its own. The tank has a sizeable 5 ml capacity, and a unique flip-open top system for refilling. There are the usual slot-style adjustable airflow holes around the base, and it comes with two 0.15 ohm quad coils, rated for up to 125 W of power. This makes it a great tank if you’re looking for huge clouds, and the flavor from the tank is hard to fault too. You can get the Valyrian for $34.99.
6 – Tesla Tind Mesh
The Tesla Tind is another of the best vape tanks that gets fantastic performance by incorporating mesh coils into its design. The tank has a bubble glass tube that stores 4.5 ml of e-liquid, and has a huge 28 mm diameter. For airflow, the Tind features the usual slot-style adjustable airflow system, in combination with an 810 drip tip to ensure you get good airflow all the way through the tank. The coil uses mesh, with a 0.18 ohm resistance and rated up to 80 W, offering huge clouds of vapor and well-replicated flavor too. The tank costs $22.90.
5 – Wismec Trough Tank
The Trough Tank from Wismec is a high-tech offering that incorporates many unique design features and even comes in a few different versions depending on what you need. The big selling point for the tank is the mesh coils, with the tank coming with a 0.35 ohm single mesh coil and a 0.2 ohm dual mesh coil, both of which offer great flavor and vapor production, with an e-liquid inlet system designed to ensure complete coverage of your wicks from every angle. The wicks themselves also use a mixture of wood pulp and organic cotton to improve absorbency. The tank comes in a 6.5 ml version, a 4.9 ml quartz version or a 2 ml EU version, either with or without a child lock, and there’s a sliding top-filling system for the tank. You can pick it up for $24.39.
4 – Innokin Zlide Tank
The Zlide tank from Innokin makes this list of the best sub ohm tanks because it has options for both mouth to lung and direct-to-lung vapers and makes use of Innokin’s 3D mesh coil technology (Z-PLEX3D). The tank itself has a fairly standard look, with a 22.7 mm diameter, a 2 ml juice capacity and a sliding top filling system for your juice. The Z-PLEX3D coil is essentially a high-tech mesh coil, with a resistance of 0.48 ohms that makes it perfect for vaping at higher powers with open airflow. The tank also comes with a 1.6 ohm coil, though, which is great for mouth-to-lung vaping and lower power and airflow settings. You can get the Zlide for $24.95.
3 – Aspire Revvo Mini Tank
The Revvo Mini tank from Aspire makes use of their unique “ARC” coil design that essentially looks like a mini stove top. The design is intended to produce excellent flavor, but it also does a pretty impressive job when it comes to vapor production too. The tank is mini, so the capacity is just 2 ml, but it has a convenient (and unique) filling system, with a filling tube located inside the mouthpiece, which opens up with the slight pressure from the nozzle of your bottle and closes automatically. The ARC coils have a 0.23 to 0.28 ohm resistance (two are included with the kit) and the airflow slots are located at the top, so they draw air right around the radial coil before it comes up to the mouthpiece. It performs excellently and costs just $19.99.
2 – GeekVape Zeus
The Zeus from GeekVape is a sub ohm tank with a leak-proof design that comes with mesh coils as standard. The tank has a top-filling design, with a threaded system to get access, and the tank has a 5 ml capacity thanks to the bubble glass (with a 2 ml EU version also available). It has a top airflow system to ensure the tank is leak-proof, and the air is channeled down below your coil before coming up through it and to the mouthpiece. You get two mesh coils (one 0.2 ohm and one 0.4 ohm) with the kit, and these push straight into the bottom of the tank so there’s no screwing and unscrewing needed to install. You can pick up the Zeus for $29.80.
1 – iJoy Shogun
The iJoy Shogun takes our pick as the best sub ohm tank on the market thanks to its simple design, excellent performance and sizable juice capacity. It holds up to 6 ml of juice, and also comes with an alternate glass tube that reduces the capacity to 4.2 ml if you don’t want the bubble glass. The coils use mesh for top-end performance, with two 0.2 ohm options (rated at up to 80 W) included in the kit, and it’s also compatible with many other iJoy coils such as the X3 series. The tank has a threaded top-filling system, and two slot-style adjustable airflow holes around the base, which gives plenty of airflow paired with the 810 resin drip tip. The tank costs $29.99.
So Many Sub Ohm Tanks, So Little Time to Vape Them All
These lists have given a basic run-down of some of the best sub ohm tanks on the market, as voted for by our readers and chosen by staff here at ECR, but it goes without saying that it barely scratches the surface of the huge selection of devices on the market, and it’s damn-near impossible to try them all out. For anybody who wants to consider some of the other devices on the market, or is struggling to choose between the options above, we’ve put together a brief buying guide to help you make your choice. But there’s also another issue to consider: is a sub ohm tank right for you at all?
Should I Sub Ohm? Benefits and Downsides of Sub Ohm Vaping
There are some downsides to sub ohm vaping, and although many vapers think they’re worth coping with for the benefits it offers, it’s worth considering whether you’d prefer something simpler that consumes less power and less juice.
Benefits of Sub Ohm Vaping
Excellent vapor production. The biggest benefit of sub ohm vaping is the exceptional vapor production it offers, and the generally more satisfying hit of nicotine.
Great flavor. Alongside the vapor production, sub ohm tanks usually offer better flavor than their non sub ohm counterparts. The airflow characteristics of the tank and the quality of the coils can affect this, but in general the flavor from sub ohm tanks is excellent.
More innovation. With the majority of new tanks being sub ohm options, there is undeniably more innovation in sub ohm devices than in standard clearomizers. Things like temperature control coils, top-filling designs, anti-spitback systems and RBA heads are much more common on sub ohm tanks.
Downsides of Sub Ohm Vaping
More power consumed. The huge vapor production from sub ohm tanks is largely down to the higher wattages needed to get the best performance out of them. With higher-ohm coils, you can use lower wattages and have your batteries last longer.
More juice consumed. The more juice you vaporize, the bigger your clouds. This means that you’ll get through a lot more juice with a sub ohm tank, and it’ll cost you a bit more to keep vaping, especially if you use expensive juice.
Not great for mouth-to-lung vaping. If you inhale mouth-to-lung (like you do when you smoke), then sub ohm tanks aren’t the most well-suited devices. They generally have wider airflow settings better for direct-to-lung inhales.
Terrible for stealth vaping. The huge clouds you produce when sub ohm vaping aren’t suited to “stealth” vaping – you’ll draw a lot more attention to yourself with a sub ohm setup.
Battery safety and compatibility. Sub ohm vaping draws more current from your battery and therefore makes having some battery safety knowledge much more important. You’ll have to ensure your device is capable of supporting a sub ohm tank.
Although there are more downsides listed than upsides, for most the benefits outweigh the downsides because they’re more central to your experience. High-capacity batteries still provide a day or so of vaping at high wattages, and the additional juice consumption is a small price to pay for a more satisfying vape. If you aren’t looking for a mouth-to-lung vape, then the wide-open airflow is no problem, and if you don’t want to stealth vape then the big clouds are more of a positive point than a negative. Finally, battery safety knowledge is important for sub ohm vaping, but it isn’t really too complicated.
So you may still want to find the best sub ohm tank, despite these minor issues, but you should consider the possibility that you don’t want a sub ohm tank at all. Many vapers don’t sub ohm, and that’s absolutely fine, because vaping is about what works for you. There is no “right” type of device other than whatever you personally enjoy.
Sub Ohm Tank Buying Guide
We’ve covered many of the best sub ohm tanks on the market over the course of the lists above, but which one is right for your needs? How do you wade through the multitude of options for sub ohm tank on the market and find the best option for you? Here’s a brief sub-ohm tank buying guide.
How Big is the Tank?
The size of the tank is one of the most obvious ways to distinguish between sub ohm tanks, but it may not be as important as you’re imagining. It is true that, in general, a bigger tank is a good thing, because sub ohm tanks generally make their way through juice very quickly, so having a 4 to 5 ml tank is absolutely invaluable.
However, having to fill up more frequently with a tank size of 3 ml (like on the Sense Herakles) isn’t all bad news. Although you’ll spend more time filling your tank, it’ll also be easier to change flavors more frequently. So really, when you’re looking for the best vape tank for your needs, you need to think about whether you want to minimize how often you refill (which might be useful if you’ll regularly be out of the house for long periods of time), or whether you’d rather change flavors regularly. You can get the best of both worlds with a bigger tank (since you don’t always have to fill up all the way), but if you’re unlikely to need a huge tank and don’t mind refilling, then you don’t really need to consider it when making your choice.
Which Coil Types are Available?
Most modern sub ohm tanks come with numerous types of coil, and this is one thing to consider when you’re thinking about buying a new tank. Different materials have different purposes: kanthal is for ordinary variable wattage vaping, whereas nickel, titanium and stainless steel can be used for temperature control (TC) vaping.
If you have a TC mod, you should check the types of coil it supports – most will support nickel, and modern devices tend to have options for titanium and stainless steel too, or may even have an adjustable “TCR” (temperature coefficient of resistance) which you can use to set up TC with any suitable coil type. Make sure your mod can support the coil material your tank uses, and ensure you can get nickel, titanium or stainless steel coils if you want to vape in TC mode.
There are also some other different coil types that may be included with a particular sub ohm tank. For example, one of our picks for the best vape tank is the Aspire Cleito, which uses Clapton-style coils. These are wound like guitar strings, with an outer piece of wire wrapped around a central core, and the increased surface area improves vapor production and flavor. There are also other factors to consider like the alignment of the coils (with vertical coils generally performing better and being the most widely used) and how many coils are built into each atomizer head (for example, the Smok TFV4 has quadruple coils).
Does it Have an RBA Head?
Although there is an entire class of rebuildable tank atomizers (RTAs) specifically designed for this purpose, many of the best sub ohm tanks include a rebuildable atomizer head alongside the pre-built options. For example, the Kanger Subtank comes with an RBA head to meet the needs of vapers who prefer to build their own coils. This is a great additional feature, and if you’re a rebuilder or you’re just looking for a sub ohm tank that can do it all, it’s definitely worth choosing a device with an RBA head included.
Which Wicking Material is Used?
Although almost all sub ohm tanks use cotton for the wick – and usually Japanese organic cotton sheets – this isn’t always the case, so it’s worth considering before you make your purchase. The main alternative to cotton wicks is ceramic, like on the Vaporesso Target Tank and the UD Simba, and these ordinarily have the coil set directly inside them. The benefit of this is that ceramics are very heat-resistant, so a porous ceramic wick can be dry-burned (fired on an empty tank) without damaging the wick. This generally improves the lifespan of your coils.
Ceramics can be great, but it’s important to note that cotton is excellent too, and although dry-burning is a bigger concern with it, this isn’t especially difficult to avoid. In short, cotton is well-suited to most vapers and generally seen as the best wick material, but there are some benefits to ceramics or ceramic and cotton combinations it’s worth considering.
Top or Bottom Filling?
“Top-filling” sub ohm tanks are getting increasingly popular, and there’s a good reason for that: they make it way easier to fill up. Rather than having to take the base off the tank to fill up from the bottom, you either just take the top cap off or remove a little cap to refill. This isn’t exactly a deal-breaker – bottom-filling really isn’t so bad – but it’s one of those nice little extras to look out for when you’re considering different sub ohm tanks.
How Much Can You Vary the Airflow?
Virtually every sub ohm tank will have some form of airflow control, usually through an adjustable ring at the bottom of the tank. However, there are important differences when it comes to how wide a range of settings you have available to you. For example, the Subtank has a couple of very small airflow holes instead of the standard slots, which are great for mouth-to-lung vaping (inhaling like you do from a cigarette – first into your mouth, then your lungs), but the Cleito is much better suited to wide open airflow and direct to lung inhalations (when you take the vapor down to your lungs as you inhale without holding it in your mouth first).
Generally: the wider the range of options for airflow, the better. However, if you only use mouth-to-lung or direct-to-lung inhalation, then the most important thing is ensuring there are plenty of options to suit your preferences.
What Extra Features Does the Tank Have?
There are a wide range of extra features that can be included on sub ohm tanks, and while these aren’t really essential to getting an enjoyable vape, it’s worth considering what each option has to offer. One example is liquid flow control, which allows you to adjust how quickly juice reaches your wick and coil, meaning you can tailor your tank’s performance to suit the e-juice you’re using, or even close off the liquid flow entirely.
Some of the best sub ohm tanks also include anti-spitback mechanisms, which are designed to help you avoid the occasional bits of heated e-juice that can get shot up the mouthpiece. Things like this aren’t a huge deal – most of the time spitback isn’t a big issue – but can also be invaluable extras if you run into the issue a lot. Similarly, many tanks include cooling systems or additional airflow slots in the drip tip for anybody who usually finds vapor too hot.
How Much Should You Spend on a Sub Ohm Tank?
When it comes to finding the best vape tank, the old advice that “you get what you pay for” is worth bearing in mind. However, the advice isn’t quite as simple as that, because in many cases you can find an excellent atomizer tank for very affordable prices, and similarly, not every expensive tank will be worth the cash. You can expect to pay between $20 and $30 for the best sub ohm tanks, but some options can cost as much as $40 or even more. In general, there isn’t much need to stray too far above $30, but if the tank is well-suited to your preferences and has received positive reviews, it may be worth paying a little bit more.
Sub ohm tanks are awesome, and although they’re not for everybody, the huge range of devices on the market means that as long as you consider your options and what you’re looking for in a tank, you’ll be able to find something to suit your needs. The best advice is to make the best choice you can based on the above, and use your initial experiences to guide your next purchase, gradually moving towards your own personal vaping nirvana.