Here's a list of twenty one clearomizers we have reviewed so far.
Bottom dual coil technology gives enhanced throat hit compared to single coil clearomizers and more vapor compared to top coil clearomizers like CE4, CE5 ViVi Nova and others. You just have to make sure that all the bottom parts (replaceable coil heads and threaded bottom cap) are tightly screwed together. For more details click the picture to read review of this one and the one below, Aspire BDC - Mini.
capacity 1.0 ml
comes with 1 replaceable coil head 1.8 Ohm (2.1 Ohm coil heads also available, sold in 5 packs)
compatible with eGo and EVOD threaded batteries
mouthpiece isn't removable
This one is specially designed for UK Smoker's Angel, other Mini BDC you can find resemble EVOD clearomizer in design.
Mini looks beautiful, has smoothly fitting threaded bottom cap and uses the same replaceable coil heads like BDC CE5.
Great improvement from the first version of Aspire BDC, ET-S features glass tank with protective metal casing is much easier to fill in and looks much better overall. Also, it's usually available in more colors to help you customize the look of your vaping gear.
Appeared in 2014 and still to this day (January 2018) kept its price and value. Good for those who appreciate throat hit more than vapor production. Does great job in keeping the eliquid taste intact and accentuating it.
Buy in US CentralVapors
Buy in UK Ecigarettedirect
In the box
Aspire Nautilus 2 tank is almost perfect for us MTL (mouth to lung) vapers. It works great with both coils, provided the coils are doing their job alright. A decent amount of vapor for us non-cloud-chasers and quite satisfactory throat hit. Plus, like all Aspires I've tried so far, coils are fine and long lasting. Also, I would love to see more vendors selling 1.6 and 1.8 ohm coils. It seems that many are switching to 0.7 only.
Click the photo to read our review of Aspire Atlantis Sub Ohm Tank and find out where you can buy it in UK and US. It works well with Aspire CF sub ohm battery we also reviewed and you can use it with box and other mods as well.
Or so they say. It would be anything at 10-20 days depending on your vaping habits. I don't know if they are making it still anywhere, it's been a long time - this was our first clearomizer. It's still there somewhere in the house.:) Usually sold in 5 packs. You can buy 1pc if you prefer. 510 clearomizers must be filled using a syringe or needle bottle cap.
This one is compatible with eGo batteries. (So when buying be aware that there are eGo and KGo CE4s). A clear plastic shell - you can always see how much e-liquid you've got in the tank. It has a screw in mouthpiece which seals around the atomiser, this stops any leakages.
Click the picture for review of this clearomizer.
Practically the same technical info as above, only no wicks to be seen. Looks much better, has a smooth draw and is generally a very good clearomizer.
This CE4 comes with either two-week or a month warranty and is often to be found with standard eGo batteries in a kit (like with Halo Ultra Tank, a very popular starter kit among our UK readers).
US readers can purchase it at Apollo
ViVi Nova set usually contains:
ViVi Nova Mini Tank (Long Wick) has replacable atomizer heads in 3 different resistances, which are easily removed and replaced. It also has improved long wicks for stronger flavor, throat hit and no leakage.
Easily disassembled and reassembled. The transparent tank holds up to 2.5ml ejuice. The ViVi Nova fits most batteries with 510/eGo threading from 3.2v to 6v.
For more details, click on the picture.
Unlike CE4, this one can be taken apart, washed thoroughly and put together again. It is sold with or without additional coil heads. It basically looks like CE4, is slightly higher because it has a base that is screwed on the shell. With all that said, who wouldn't be confused by all new kinds of clearomizers coming to the market practically every week. I've personally come accross three different CE5s.
Here's a picture of two of them with their little differences (click to enlarge).
A great little tank, you need to pay attention to the right resistance coil for your style of vaping. Click the picture to read more in our review of JacVapour s22 kit.
Buy at Ecigarettedirect or JacVapour (UK only)
Kanger T4s clearomizer is an improved version of Kanger T4. Little one, but gives plenty of vapor and mighty throat hit. It's easy to fill even without syringe and doesn't leak. The only thing that bothers me a little is a slightly rubbery feel of that black mouthpiece. Not a big deal, I just became picky.
Vision Nano is another good little clearomizer. It's the upper one in the pic. Unlike T4s, it is bottom coil and its mouthpiece feels better. However, T4s has better performance concerning the amount of vapor and throat hit. All in all, both are recommended and even better than cc510.
You can buy them at Panda ecigs. Prices are favorable, less than $3 for Ts4 and less than $4 for Vision Nano.
Reviewers are raving about Aerotank, but I wasn't lucky with it... As for Protank 3, I still use and I came to quite like both 2 and 3 much.
These coils aren't compatible with earlier versions of Protanks and Davides from the previous pic.
A bit more expensive ($14-24) but worth every penny. They usually come with 1 or 2 extra coil heads and if you buy 5pack of replaceable heads, I wouldn't say that they turn to be that expensive at all. These two brands and Evod have compatible coil heads. Click the pictures and read our reviews.
Gives smooth vapor and is easy to refill. Also, favorably priced. Only the heavier smokers might have issue with its throat hit. More on it in our Kanger EVOD Clearomizer Review - click the picture.
Buy it at Apollo. Make sure you check the homepage slider for any new discounts and coupon codes.
EU readers can go to their UK site ApolloecigsUK.