Freemax set the bar high on these beauties. They have managed to utilize mesh for the coils and still keep the ohms very high. It's a striking 24mm subohm tank that uses mesh coils and comes in three different finshes, steel, carbon fiber, resin. The steel version has a unique knurled design that matches the metal casing of the coil head.
Each tank comes complete with a matching short profile 810 drip tip. The purple version looks fantastic. The tank has bottom airflow with two large air slots that are easy to adjust. It's nice and smooth and uses a stopper instead of allowing the ring to spin freely.
The Mesh uses two massive top-fill ports that can be accessed by unscrewing the top. The ports take up about 95% of the top-fill portion so there is plenty of room to fill with any kind of bottle.
Make sure the tank is empty before replacing your coil head. The coil itself screws into the base and holds the tank together when you screw it into the fill cap. The o-rings are great as well. There is a special coil for this tank-0.15 ohm Kanthal mesh with organic cotton. It has a lot of cotton so make sure you prime it correctly. Put a few drops directly on the coil first. Then put it in the tank, fill up the tank, then wait 15-20 minutes to let it saturate, take a few puffs without firing the tank. Start at low wattage first, around 50 watts, then work your way up. We found the tank was awesome at 65-70W but use at your own settings. Hope this is helpful.
One FireLuke Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank
- Two FireLuke 0.15 ohm Mesh Coil Head
- One Spare 3ml Glass Tank Section
- Spare Parts Pack
- User Manual