Tanks for the Memories

I need more experience with ecig tanks. What are some of your favorites? Dual Coil? What voltage do you use yours? What do you suggest for a new vaper wanting a tank?

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4 Responses to Tanks for the Memories

  1. donald wyman says:

    since you pitched a fit about it on the twitter…I personally like the bigdaddy vapor tanks in the “lil momma” size that fits standard size cartos. and i use boge 2.0ohm cartos in them. they come in your basic clear plasic and then they have some fancy metal ones that are a bit on the expensive side more but from what I understand match the provari really well.

  2. Sissy says:

    OK, I replied on twitter, but then realized I shoulda probably replied here.

    I am a very new vaper, only two months old. My first tank was a Smoktech, and i hated it. Thing slid around way to much for my liking.

    I purchased a Mom & Pop Mini-Sub tank that came with a Boge 2.0 and was super happy. Ive since ordered 6 more and stocked up on the cartomizers.

    The Mini-Sub is super easy to refill. It has a tiny screw that you just unscrew and stick your bottle nose in and fill ‘er up. Really easy for us newbs.

    The first time I changed the carto, it took me about 10 minutes to figure out how to do it right, but now that Ive got the hang of it, I can do it in about a minute.

    I highly recommend them for newbs like me 🙂

    I use a Silver Bullet at 4.8 volts and a Lava Tube *set* at 5.3 Volts.

  3. I don’t use them much anymore but I liked dual coil tanks at 5V. If you consider the Vision Carto Tank I use that daily at work, LR on Empire at 3.7. Cheap enough and tasty, I would recommend it for beginners and it’s also threaded for the eGo.

  4. Jerry says:

    The smoktek tanks are cheap and easy to use . I use then with single coil 3ohm tank Cartos from smoktek in my lava tube or my krimson kustom big box mod at between 4.4 and 4.8 depending on the juice. I vape 65/35 pg/vg.

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