The Sense Blazer Pro is an e-liquid, sub-ohm tank with two, optional liquid capacities, and a new style of coil. The reservoir can switch between being a 6ml or a 7ml tank with the other glass section in the kit. The two atomizer heads in the kit feature a dual horizontal/vertical build and have a rating of 0.2 and 0.3ohms, respectively.
The Pro also has a twist-and-flip, top cap to access the two fill ports. The tank also features a wide-bore Delrin drip tip that users can switch out with a 510-drip tip adapter in the kit. There are four separate airflow vents along the stainless steel base of the tank. They are fully adjustable.
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The Up Close
The Sense tank has a 28mm (1.1 inches) diameter not often seen on sub-ohm tanks. It also stands at 68.3mm (2.6 inches) tall that is bigger than usual sizes, but it ranks with other big boys like the SMOK TFV12 tank that has a 70mm height, drip tip included.
There is a lot about the atomizer that stands apart from other sub-ohm tanks. Its new coil design is one thing, which we will get to later. The top-fill system uses two fill ports, hidden under the stainless steel top cap. There are ridges all along the edge of the top cap so users can easily unlock the lid to flip it open and fill the tank.
In case a vaper does not know how to open the top cap, a helpful “lock” and “unlock” icon sits on the top of the tank. The Delrin drip tip is wide-bore, and removable so users can fit their drip tip or use the 510-drip tip adapter in the kit. The Blazer Pro comes with the Blazer Pro Coil pre-installed.
The spare 0.2ohm coil is a leftover from the original Sense Blazer tank, and it features a quadruple Kanthal wire build similar to the TFV8 or TFV12 coils of the SMOK TFV12 tank. The new atomizer head has a stacked ceramic coil design with two vertical wires sitting atop two horizontal builds.
The dual horizontal and vertical build makes the atomizer head itself quite big, which is why there are two e-liquid capacities. When using the bigger, pre-installed ceramic-based atomizer, the glass section can fit 7ml of e-liquid. When using the smaller-in-size 0.2ohm quadruple coil, users can replace the 7ml glass part with the 6ml one.
There are two o-rings on the top and bottom of the tank that secure the glass section, but seem to have trouble staying in place, as whenever a user wants to replace the piece, the o-rings keep falling out. So it’s a good thing that there are several spare o-rings in the kit.
The airflow control ring around the tank base gives the perfect amount of resistance, as users can easily make adjustments without it being too loose. Four individual air vents measure 8mm x 3mm (0.31” x 0.11”).
Inside the Kit
The tank comes in a clear, hard-plastic, clam-shell case with all the contents inside a foam insert. The coils are individually-wrapped, and the bag of spare parts (o-rings, fill port, etc.) come all together in the same bag. The glass pieces also come in their wrapping.
In total, the kit includes the following:
- One Sense Blazer Pro tank
- One 0.3ohm Blazer Pro
- One 0.2ohm Blazer 200
- One 6ml spare glass piece
- One 510-drip tip adapter
- One bag of spare parts
The Look and Feel
The Sense Blazer Pro features stainless steel throughout its build. The other primary build materials are glass and Delrin for the drip tip. The coils also feature different wire material, as the Kanthal wire of the Blazer 200 is different from the ceramic in the new ones.
The drip tip up top has a tapered shape as it squeezes in at the middle and then flares out closer to the top. The two o-rings on the base of the mouthpiece mean the drip tip cup holder can also take 810-drip tips or SMOK and iJoy drip tips.
The top-fill, twist-and-lock top cap means that users do not have to remove the drip tip to fill the tank. With two fill ports on either side of the chimney, filling the tank is even more comfortable, as the ports can fit all styles of e-liquid nozzles.
Before filling the tank, vapers should first prime the large wicks within both atomizer heads, no matter if it is the 0.2 or 0.3ohm atomizer head. The exposed tufts of cotton are easy to get to, so priming is not a problem. The 0.2ohm coil, rated for use between 60-200W, has only three juice ports on its side, while the larger one has six.
Only by looking into the atomizer head from above can a person see how it is different from other designs. Two vertical, dual-wrap, single coils make up the base and sit inside a ceramic cup. On top of those are two, horizontal dual-wrap single coils each of them sitting atop a single airflow hole.
This configuration is undoubtedly a well-thought-out design, as it resembles the setting of an RBA tank. With the amount of wicking material inside the single coil, and its wide, wattage range of between 60-150W, this design is bound to give off plentiful clouds, but whether they’ll offer excellent flavor transfer is another matter.
Time to Vape
Priming the wicks is the first step to vaping the tank. With a lot of wick material inside the atomizer head, users should take care to drench the cotton with as much e-juice as possible. The six juice ports around the side of the head also make sure the cotton is completely soaked.
The atomizer heads have such a wide wattage range that vapers have a lot of room to play with the right amount of power. Starting at the lowest point, at 60W, gave off only mediocre clouds – big in size, but lacking in flavor and warmth.
Pushing the power to somewhere around the 100W meant the coils produced better-quality vapor, both great-tasting and billowy. Hovering around that wattage (or even around 150W) output seemed to be the best, as any higher, the vapor became too hot and less savory.
The tank is definitely for sub-ohm vapers, as its revolutionary coil design promises those clouds loved by cloud-chasers. One other thing that pushes the Blazer Pro tank to cloud chasing is its size. With its near 28mm diameter, the atomizer surpasses the 24 or 25mm width of most single, even-dual 18650 box mods.
It would also make those smaller mods top-heavy, as the tank would make any rig tip over because of its breadth. The Pro would then be more at home on top of a wide, dual or triple 18650 device or a wide mech mod as the unit has a protruding, copper 510-pin for use with hybrid platforms.
The Vape-Off: The Sense Blazer Pro vs. the Sense Blazer vs. the SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King
The Sense Blazer 200
The Sense Blazer Pro is a follow-up to this original tank, the Sense Blazer 200, whose coils are compatible with the new tank. The Sense Blazer 200 has many of the same features as the Pro, only in a smaller format.
The e-liquid capacity tops out at 6ml, and it stands at around 66mm with the drip tip, so only a few millimeters shorter than the Pro. There is no extender piece for the 200, which is one of the main differences with the Pro. The coils are also different, as the Blazer 200 comes with two sub-ohm coils, a 0.2ohm sextuple coil, and a 0.6ohm ceramic coil. The Blazer 200 has the same twist-to-open, top cap and the same two fill ports to fill the tank.
The SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King
The SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King has a lot in common with the Sense Blazer Pro at it also stands at around 70mm (2.75 inches) and can hold 6ml of e-liquid.
The SMOK Cloud Beast King also has a top-fill design, with a twist-and-lock top cap for easy filling. The coils on the TFV12, both the quadruple and the duodenary coils, rated at 0.15 and 0.12, respectively can also work with the Sense Blazer Pro. The TFV12 also comes with two glass replacement pieces and has a 510-connection pin.
Sense Blazer Pro Tank Specifications
|Maximum Juice Capacity:||7mL|
|Construction:||Superior Stainless Steel|
|Coils Resistance:||0.3 / 0.2ohm|
|Drip Tip Adapter:||510|
Pros and Cons
- Well-built from quality materials
- Sturdy and solid
- The easy filling method
- The twist-to-lock top cap
- The twist-to-lock top cap
- Compatible with several coil types
- No RBA build deck included
- Soaks up the e-juice fast
Final Thoughts on the Sense Blazer Pro
The Sense Blazer Pro is a big tank, in every way. The tank stands out though from its predecessors as it features a unique coil design that is sure to be copied by other companies in the months to come. Some other great things about the atomizer include the twist-to-lock, top cap that makes for easy refilling, the removable drip tip, and the 510-drip tip adapter.
The coils are the star of the show, however, especially the new, well-designed 0.3ohm head. SMOK started breaking new ground with their TFV8 and TFV12 coils, which inspired the Blazer Pro coils in some way, as they too have multiple coils inside a small unit, and can vape at triple-digit levels.
With such a wide power range, both MTL and DL vapers will be happy with the atomizer head’s performance. There is a lot of cotton in those coils, so vaping at high power outputs will kill the e-juice, which is why it was a good idea to increase the e-juice capacity from 6ml to 7ml for the Blazer Pro. The inclusion of another coil was also a good idea. The airflow is excellent, as it is not so loose and contributes to the overall vaping experience.
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