It used to be the case that only the most advanced vapers out there would sport a sub-ohm vape. However, this is but a thing of the past now thanks to the ever-growing popularity of DTL (direct-to-lung) vaping which has allowed for advancements in technology, and this is seen greatly in the sub-ohm vape tanks. These vape tanks are easy to use, but provide giant flavour and cloud that even the most serious, and most advanced vapers will love.
Sub-ohm tanks are devices that allow for the use of sub-ohm coils. Sub-ohm coils have a resistance that is less than one ohm, which allows for more power to be transferred through the coil. This results in a greater vapour production and a more intense flavour from your e-liquid. Sub-ohm tanks are usually made with larger airflow holes to accommodate the increased vapour production. Some sub-ohm tanks also come with special features like temperature control or adjustable wattage settings.
By Uwell, we have the Uwell Valyrian 3 vape tank which is an easy to use vape tank that is compatible with a range of different vape mods. Uwell have made this as robust as it is stylish, available in a range of different colours such as iridescent, blue and black. This sub-ohm tank has a 2ml capacity which will ensure that you have enough e-liquid to last the whole day.
Also, check out our very own sub-ohm vape tank, The Drip Tank, Carefully constructed by the doctor themself, this tank has a 2ml capacity and vertical mesh coils for superior flavour and cloud production.
Frequently Asked Questions
What e-liquid is best with sub-ohm tanks?
Finding the right e-liquid for your vape tank is important. Because sub-ohm vaping is about large cloud production, an airer vape and delicious flavour hits, it is best to use high-VG e-liquids. Our range of 100ml shortfills are ideal for those who want a sub-ohm vape.
Shortfill e-liquids have no nicotine in them, and as such are commonly combined with nic shots to provide that hit of nicotine. There is a 10ml slot saved in the shortfill e-liquid for adding your preferred nic shot.
Can I use nic salt e-liquid in my sub-ohm vape tank?
Nicotine salts are not designed for use with sub-ohm vaping because sub-ohm vape tanks vapourise e-liquids at a much higher temperature than MTL devices, and as such the throat hit would be far too harsh and the hit of nicotine would be too much due to the large amount of vapour that is created.
Can you use a sub-ohm tank on a MTL device?
The short answer is no. MTL devices are designed for the opposite purpose of DTL vape. They are intended for discreet clouds, and as such the batteries used are far less powerful than the ones a sub-ohm vape tank requires.
What's the difference between MTL tanks and sub-ohm tanks?
MTL and sub-ohm tanks are two very different types of vape tanks. Whilst both have their own benefits, it's important to understand the differences between them before making a decision on what vape you want.
MTL tanks are designed for Mouth-To-Lung vaping, which means that you inhale the vapour directly into your mouth before inhaling it into your lungs. This is the traditional way of smoking cigarettes, and it's how most people start out when they first switch to vaping. MTL tanks are usually smaller and more compact than sub-ohm tanks, and they use higher resistance coils that require less power to heat up. This makes them ideal for use with lower wattage devices.
Sub-ohm tanks, on the other hand, are designed for Direct-Lung vaping. This means that you inhale the vapour directly into your lungs, similar to how you would smoke a cigarette. Sub-ohm vaping is generally considered to be more intense and flavourful, and it's often preferred by experienced vapers. Sub-ohm tanks usually have larger coils with lower resistances, which require more power to heat up. As a result, they're typically used with higher wattage devices.