HorizonTech Aquila Tank
HorizonTech Aquila Tank is the newest sub ohm tank release by the flavour ravers at Horizon Tech Industries. These guys and girls know their tanks and have released some extraordinary tanks in the past. Whether this be the Sakerz Master Tank or the Falcon 2 Tank one thing is for sure- it will bring you immense pleasure and flavour!
Built primarily for direct to lung vaping there are certainly some differences from the previous releases.
The Aquila Tank is designed with a plug-in-out changing method at the bottom base, which greatly simplifies the coil replacement compared to its predecessors. The nice e-liquid capacity with the top filling and a one-click spring-loaded button really provides ease for the user. It has mesh coil compatibility, and a dual slotted bottom airflow control ring.
An uplifting rising airflow design is a perfect match with E2 & P4 Coil structures aiming to maximize the smoothness sensation by the vertical-ventilation updraft to intensify the cloud density and some sublime flavour.
This sub ohm tank has been designed with ease and certainly efficiency in mind. Be ready to be taken back by the new Aquila Tank by HorizonTech.
HorizonTech Aquila Tank Parameters
Coil: E2 Dual Mesh Coil 0.16ohm (60-70W) and the P4 4in1 Mesh Coil 0.14ohm (60-70W)
Top Filling System
One-click Spring-loaded Design
Bottom Airflow System
Updraft Rising Airflow Design
Airflow Control Ring
It comes with
1pc Pre-installed Coil: E1 Dual Mesh Coil 0.16ohm (60-70W)
1pc Spare Coil: P1 4in1 Mesh Coil 0.14ohm (60-70W)
1pc Spare O-rings
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I change the coil for the HorizonTech Aquila Tank?
The Aquila Tank has convenience in mind and the coils are easily changed without too much fuss. Illustrated below is the plug and vape system that HorizonTech have implemented with their newest tank:
What coils do I need to buy for this tank?
The Aquila Tank is compatible with the HorizonTech Aquila Replacement Coils. At present these come in two different variations- the E2 and the P4. Both variations have a recommended wattage of 60 to 70 watts.
Has anyone actually put out a review on this tank?
In short, yes, many have reviewed the HorizonTech Aquila Tank. We have highlighted our friends at EcigClick who outline this particular tank with its pro’s and con’s. Don’t be shy to head over there and check them out!
1 review for HorizonTech Aquila Tank