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    need help with my first sub ohm kit.

    Hi Getting a little bored with the mvp 2 as I am going pretty hard and the device cant wick fast enough.
    Going to buy a istick 50W tomorrow and am looking for a decent sub ohm clearo that can keep up with chain vaping.
    Interested in the Horizon Tech Arctic but no reviews as yet.

    What would be a good start for a n00b sub ohmer??

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    I love the subtank mini. But I'm super bias as I'm still pretty new and it's the only sub ohm tank I own.

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    The Delta 2 is a good unit wicks well , the only thing a little hard to fill
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravingham91 View Post
    I love the subtank mini. But I'm super bias as I'm still pretty new and it's the only sub ohm tank I own.
    Not bad but looks like a PITA to fill,just read the details on vapeking..Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by shanea1 View Post
    The Delta 2 is a good unit wicks well , the only thing a little hard to fill
    Looks okay but seems more than a fill and vape type tank..I have pretty bad eyes and need as simple as possible..Thank you

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    Subtank isn't that bad to fill.

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    Subtank Mini is the easiest tank to fill out of all the subohm tanks I have seen.
    Also comes with a RBA head which is just so easy to rebuild.
    Get a Subtank Mini it is a perfect fill and vape tank.

    Raz

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    The full size kangertech subtank is easy to fill and holds a lot of juice, 7ml I think.

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    Took the dive with the Subtank Mini.

    Been loving it so far! No leaks, great flavor, thick clouds. Plus as a few other said the Mini and Full size both have RBA's which are easy to build.

    Easy as fukk to fill as well.

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    Only thing I didn't like on the subtank rba mini was the small juice holes but that could of been user error as I'm still new to setting up wicks properly. I just drilled out to small holes and now its cloud city! dry hits begone!!

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    I just ordered the eleaf 50w sub ohm as well. I'm getting the aspire nautilus with 5ml tank to go with it. Anyone tried the nautilus? After giving up the stinkies for 6 months, and using ego twist stick with CE5 clearomisers, I'm definitely due for an upgrade

 

 
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