Sub-Ohm Vape Tanks
An absolute must for cloud chasers, lovers of big clouds, or just about anyone who prefers a sub ohm style of vaping, sub-ohm tanks offer unrivalled levels of vapour production and intense flavour. Whether bought here as an addition to your existing vape kit or as part of a full sub-ohm vape kit set up, they are capable of completely transforming your vaping experience.
Sub-ohm tanks make many of the benefits of advanced vaping much more accessible to vape users with less experience – no longer do vapers need a rebuildable atomiser and extensive amounts of insider knowledge of coil building to blow large clouds. When equipped with a sub-ohm tank, not only are you guaranteed a next-level vape that is entirely customisable to your preferences, but it will be convenient, stress and hassle-free also.
Amongst our range, you will find e-cigarette sub-ohm tanks designed for amateur vapers, as well as those that have been created for vapers with more experience under their belt, including those who are hoping to add to their collection of vape tanks for their e-cig. With options from brands such as HorizonTech, Geekvape, VooPoo, Wotofo, Freemax and more, there is sure to be an option for you.
Categorised by their wide-bore drip tips (usually with over a 25mm diameter), direct-to-lung (DTL) vaping style, large ml capacities and exciting built-in features such as adjustable airflow, sub-ohm vape tanks will completely change the way that you vape. Grab yours now, here at Legion of Vapers.
What are Sub-Ohm Vape Tanks?
Back in the early days of vaping, sub-ohming was considered something that only advanced users could do. As vaping has progressed, so has the hardware available. In recent years, sub-ohm vaping has become so accessible to vapers that sub tanks are now some of the most popular vape tanks on the market.
Due to the immense amount of airflow that they provide, sub-ohm vape tanks work best when powered by a powerful vape mod. They most commonly feature a top-filling system that, as the name suggests, allows the atomiser to be filled from the top with e-liquid. Another key element of sub-ohm vape tanks is their ability to allow for completely open airflow. Not only does this aspect make possible the direct-to-lung inhaling that is synonymous with sub-ohm vaping, but it also prevents your coils from overheating, as after all, a lot of power is being sent to them!
Sub-ohm vape tanks are largely known for their ability to handle high wattages, but the true secret to vape tanks for sub-ohm vaping is their coils that they use.
What Coils are Best with Sub-Ohm Tanks?
Sub-ohm tanks are heralded for their low resistance, and this is made possible by the coils at work in the tank. All vape tanks designed for sub-ohm vaping will come with a coil with a resistance of 1.0ohm or less pre-installed, unlike in mouth-to-lung atomisers, where coils with a resistance over 1.0 ohms are usually found.
Mesh coils also make great options for sub-ohm tanks, as they provide a larger surface area, meaning that there is more metal to be heated up by the additional wattage being provided. Owing to this larger surface area, dry hits are largely avoided when using mesh coils, and as the mesh is at less risk of overheating, inhales are generally cooler and you can expect your coils to last longer.
What E-liquids are Best with Sub-Ohm Tanks?
Whilst any e-juice can technically be used with sub-ohm tanks, they are best used with high-VG e-liquids and shortfills. As subohm tanks are specifically designed for intense flavour and extensive cloud production, it makes perfect sense to use an e-liquid that has been mixed for exactly the same purpose!