Aspire Atlantis Sub Ohm Tank Features:
What you see is Aspire Atlantis sub ohm with a compatible battery, taken together deliberately. Thing is if you are new to sub-ohm vaping, please pay attention – you can't really use this tank with some plain old eGo or EVOD battery. Not even Variable Voltage would do - this tank requires a regulated battery intended for sub-ohm vaping. Here is our review of Aspire CF sub ohm battery.
Another important warning – you should use only low nicotine level e-liquid with this, because nothing stronger than 6mg would do. The feeling in your throat would be dry, perhaps even sore. Actually, some of you may even want to dilute even your 6mg e-liquid. According to my local vape shop 3 mg is the way to go for direct lung vaping.
So, if you fall into some or of the above categories, especially the first two, Aspire Atlantis sub ohm tank and its compatible battery may be exactly what you need.
The box contains a fully assembled tank plus a spare atomizer and another Pyrex glass tank, both located underneath the cardboard support. The glass tank is a very nice surprise everybody is happy about. This is the first one I've got that provides extra glass and it surely put a smile on my face.
However, and this is not only my opinion, packaging really needs some extra clear warnings like – this product is to be used only with sub-ohm batteries, although its eGo threading is compatible with most batteries you can find today. Due to the product's simplicity of use, many vapers who aren't so experienced in advanced vaping might purchase it as their first advanced or sub-ohm tank ever. They need this type of info. Not to mention that this warning would also give Aspire an opportunity to advertise its own battery. Two birds with one stone.
Aspire Atlantis sub ohm tank can hold a bit more than 2ml of e-liquid and this capacity may be too small for some vapers. Not for us in the house but if you prefer those long lung draws it's basically intended for, you'll go through your e-liquid pretty fast.
It's a bottom coil tank with a coil head of a relatively wide diameter. Once you filled it with e-liquid, you should wait for two minutes for the filler in your atomiser to get fully soaked. Another way is to drip a bit of e-liquid directly into the atomizer. Considering its big and wide coil head, it's easy to do.
You can choose between four different levels of airflow. Suffice to say that the wider air hole, like in the pic above, the more vapor you'll enjoy. For those of you who would love to inhale directly into lungs and prefer a huge vapor output, this is the way to go. For the rest of us, adjustment to a less wide hole is more suitable.
However, I do not really recommend this tank and sub-ohm battery to the rest of us. Last two weeks of occasional vaping and this is the conclusion: Aspire Atlantis sub ohm tank isn't ideal for mouth to lung vapers – the draw is too lose and airy. What I do is use other drip tip, my Kanger Protank's. It fits seamlessly and voila! the draw is much better, fuller, especially when airflow is adjusted to the smallest hole.
If your vaping follows the same pattern, maybe you also do not need sub-ohm vaping in your life. However, you shouldn't take my or anyone else's word for it. You'd better try it in the shop or from a friend first to see how it works for you. Even better: test the same flavor in this and your usual device. It may be the increased airiness (even with a Protank drip tip) that lends this tank a different effect on e-liquid. And it's a matter of personal preference.
Now, no matter what I've said in the last two paragraphs, this is a high quality tank, good looking and has durable coil heads. No wonder it has got many positive and even raving reviews from vaping enthusiasts all over youtube and web.
For the sake of comparison, I also tried Kanger Subtank Mini (same diameter) and didn't notice much difference in vaping. Other than that, Kanger has much more capacity (4-6ml) and can use two types of coil heads. Aspire's advantage is replacable glass tank.