As far as physical design goes, this tank follows an established formula. It is compatible with any 22mm tube or box mod. The durable Pyrex glass cylinder offers strong protection against physical damage. Its stainless steel finish is nothing special, but adds to the sleek aesthetic. But perhaps what really makes the Morpheus stand out is its dual airflow – one set of holes at the base, along with an adjustable one on the drip tip.
The Morpheus is on the smaller side, holding only 3ml of e-liquid. This can be a bit problematic for a sub-ohm, as any experienced vaper knows how these devices can power through e-liquid. With the ability to go as low as 0.25 ohms, users will likely be refilling a lot.
Cleaning is a very simple process, as – like any good tank – it can be fully disassembled and reassembled with ease.
The Morpheus tank is a good choice for vapers who like to hover – or are looking to switch – between regular and sub ohm vaping. This product works with both styles, rather than limiting users to one or the other.
The ability to go above 1.0 ohms also gives more leeway in terms of nicotine content. Due to their enormous cloud production, sub ohms are too harsh after 6mg. But pens above the 1.0 range can handle higher levels.
Put simply, the Morpheus tank strikes a delicate balance between practical nicotine delivery and cloud/flavor chasing.
The Morpheus Sub Ohm Vape Tank provides a consistent stream of vapor, which can be altered based on personal preference via its adjustable airflow tip.
There is nothing particularly noteworthy about the coils. The wicks are made with cotton, as is the standard in most cases; however, the holes are quite small, which could hamper their ability to absorb high VG e-liquids. It is safe to say that anything over 70VG may be difficult to use (depending on the flavor and brand).
If money is an issue, the Morpheus tank perhaps is not the best choice. Retailing at $34.95, it is quite expensive for a tank that offers comparatively little compared to other tanks in that price range.
On the other hand, the product does beat its peers in terms of build quality and features. Perhaps the best way to explain it is that the tank is the best of its league, but tries to price itself in an entirely different category.
While the Mig Vapor Sub Ohm Tank ranks highly in the smaller tank category, it has some rivals. One in particular is the Aspire Triton Sub Ohm Tank.
Like the Mig, the Triton is made of Pyrex glass and stainless steel, although the latter’s glass is slightly obscured, making it more difficult to gage e-liquid levels.
The Triton also can carry 3.5ml of liquid, as opposed to the Mig’s 3.0 – a minor difference. But what the Mig and Triton do not share is their adjustable airflow features. While the Mig Vapor tank is adjustable at the tip, Aspire’s model has this feature on both the base and mouthpiece.
The Mig Sub Ohm Tank is not flawless, but it is safe to say that vapers who belong in both the regular and sub ohm groups will enjoy its many positive features – assuming they are willing to make the investment.
|Mig Vapor Morpheus Sub-Ohm Vape Tank|
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