Among Mig Vapor's dependable line of tanks lies its 3ml sub ohm model. See where it shines and where it falls flat.
Vape Tank Reviews
Vape tanks are the engines that power all satisfying vapes. Whether they are part of a box mod combo or on top of vape pen, vape tanks give voice to all the things your vape wants to say. Once regarded as secondary, vape tanks have risen through the ranks to become as integral to quality vaping sessions as premium vape juices and cutting-edge chipsets. We’ve tested and reviewed dozens of sub-ohm tanks, RDAs, RTAs and everything in between to make sure they meet our standards for build quality, usability and flavor and cloud production.
NEO sub ohm vape tank. This high-capacity tank with additional OCC coils and seals demonstrates precisely what sub ohm vaping is.
WTF Sub-Ohm Vape Tank — Durable and Effective Tank for any Device. Simple to Use of High-Quality Stainless Steel and Glass Construction.
From Geek Vapes comes the Griffin RTA that features a Velocity-style deck, a 3.5ml capacity, and whole mess of spare parts. Read our review here.
The original Aspire Triton vape tank had mixed reviews and now comes the Aspire Triton 2 with a body you can disassemble and two coil options. Read on.
The SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King sub ohm tank lives up to its title as a massively powerful, 12-coiled vapor monster. Read our review here.