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    Tanks for iStick 50w ?

    OK so Im most likely going to buy an iStick 50w and was wondering what tanks you guys might recommend for this device ??

    I have had a few in mind but Im not settled on any tank ATM.

    I have a eGo One and its not bad but I would like more than 2.5ml capacity as well as something that offers more versatility, hence the iStick 50w.

    .... Your thoughts

    Cheers Rust.
    Last edited by Rustdust; 25-03-15 at 06:32 PM.
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    Depends on your vaping style. (mouth to lung or lung hit) I like lung hits and have been loving the Kanger Subtank. You can use stock coils or the rba head if you want to rebuild.
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    Can recommend a Silo 5 ml tank.
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    Sorry. I meant subtank mini.
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    Subtank mini
    Mine rocks
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    +1 for Subtank Mini

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellfish View Post
    Depends on your vaping style. (mouth to lung or lung hit) I like lung hits and have been loving the Kanger Subtank. You can use stock coils or the rba head if you want to rebuild.
    Im not sure I have a style yet ... I think I do a bit of both ... but since I have just given up the cig's its probably mouth to lung mostly

    Quote Originally Posted by Convert View Post
    Can recommend a Silo 5 ml tank.
    I haven't look at the Silo 5 ml yet .... I must do that.

    I am a beginner and have only used the 1 ohm and the .5 ohm coils that came with the eGo One, I like them both but I only used the .5 for a few hours to try it, I don't think I would ever feel the need to go below .5.

    Im not ready for rebuildable coils yet but I would like to get a range of tanks .5ohm and up .
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    Sounds like you should be sticking with 0.5 coils in sub ohm tanks. It's hard to go back to less airy higher ohm tanks afterwards.
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    I didn't realize subtank mini was 4.5ml, for some reason I thought it was less. I think I will start with that
    Last edited by Rustdust; 25-03-15 at 08:38 PM.
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    Its the orchid or bust for me dual coils totaling 0.3ohm does the trick
    I would have liked to try the Subtank but after buying a aerotank almost a year back and who quickly that piece of crap made device fell apart with everyday use and carrying around. no way I'm forking out $40 for a subtank that most probably performs the same as my orchid.

 

 
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