Sub Ohm Tanks
Sub Ohm vaping, also know as sub ohming by many users, is a style of vaping that uses low resistance coils. Which result in thick vapor clouds.
Most sub ohm tanks work with a mod capable of powering a minimum of 30 watts, which can often be increased to upto 200W. Provided you use the right king of coil.
Sub ohm vaping has become a gold standard among new and advanced vapors alike.
Do not confuse MTL tanks with Sub Ohm tanks.
Some users believe that due to its low resistance, mtl tanks should also be classified as sub ohm. Which is not true. That is because, they are very low powered devices, ideal for users using nic salt, and looking to stealth vape, instead of producing huge clouds.
What are the benefits of sub ohm vaping?
Since these tanks are able to burn loads of e-liquid at a time, they are able to produce hit your taste buds with a strong and intense flavour.
Ideal for users who prefer more airflow, for a smoother, unrestricted vapor flow. Additionally, increased airflow allows for cool and soothing vapors. We don't like burnt throats! do we?
As vaping enthusiasts, we all love to blow out thick clouds from time to time. Sub Ohm tanks take big clouds to the next level. Especially, when coupled with high wattage mods.
Easy to maintain and replace coils.
Since sub ohm tanks do not require users to build and place the coils themselves. They are much simple and straightforward to maintain. All you need to do is buy ready made coil and screw it inside the tank from time to time. which is simple like a flick of a switch! (well may be a little more than that!)
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So to sum it up.
An optimum combination of thick clouds, rich flavor and increased airflow, these tanks are a must have item for vapers. Due to these benefits, sub ohm tanks are the most common and successful style of tanks on the market.
If you have been vaping for a while now, and want to take your vaping experience to the next level, you can try our rebuildable tanks collection. Be sure to note, that rebuildables are only recommended for advanced users, as they require much more effort on the users behalf, that is, maintenance and coil building can be time consuming and stressful. Rebuildable tanks are available in two main styles, you can check them out here: