The Flow

96%
OUR SCORE
Features
Ease of Use
10
Liquid Capacity
9
Value
9.2
Vape Flavor
10
Vapor Cloud
10
Pros
  • 24 W x 40mm Tall
  • 2ml (with a silicone plug) 4 mil
  • Silver plated 510 pin
  • Spare glass tank
  • (2) 0.25 ohm coil heads ( 30-60 watts)
  • Dual Adjustable Bottom Airflow
  • Economically priced at $30
  • Comes with a spare tank and 2 coil heads
Cons
  • None
The Bottom Line
Wotofo’s latest sub ohm tank is called The Flow for its smooth airflow, and great flavor. It looks very chic with its rounded edges and simple style. The wide-bore Delrin drip tip fits snugly in the top cap for a tight seal. For those who may not like the Delrin caps, the 510 connection fits standard drip tips as well for a customized look and feel. This sub ohm tank comes with 2 coils and is compatible with SMOK TFV8 Baby and Big Baby Beast Coils for even more versatility. The stock coil design offers improved wicking with 12 juice slots in the coil head assembly to eliminate dry hits. The top-fill design on this tank makes it easy to fill with large juice ports for no-fuss refilling. Learn More About Our Top Pick

Overview:

In the world of sub-ohm tanks, there are two types of vapers. There are the cloud chasers and then there are the flavor chasers. Now, this tank puts out some pretty impressive clouds but it is more geared towards better flavor than big cloud production.

When reviewing this device (I purchased a blue one to go with my Tugboat DNA mod), I spent about a week testing it with a couple of different juices to see how true the flavor comes across and it was spot on. The flavors were crisp (especially the apple) and the blue raspberry flavor was sweet and fruity and tasted like a blue Slushie. I have found that sometimes the flavors of your juice is somewhat muted in some tanks, but that is not the case with this one.

The flavor produced by this tank is really good and cloud production is amazing. This is not the type of tank for cloud competitions, it produces good vapor but not clouds upon clouds. It is designed more for flavor than clouds. I am typically an RDA person but I really enjoy this tank and I keep it for those times when I don’t feel like dripping. Here are a few specifications on this tank:

Features:

    • Top fill design
    • 5 color options
    • 2 – 4 mil Juice capacity
    • Stainless steel and Pyrex glass
    • Dual Adjustable Bottom Airflow
    • Silver-plated 510 connection
    • Maximum wattage output: 60W

    Pros:

    • Two large fill ports
    • Uses 510 drip tips
    • Smooth airflow
    • Coil heads have 12 feed slots, no dry hits

    Cons:

    • Whistles a little when more than ½ way closed

    Filling:

    Filling this tank couldn’t be easier. Just open the top cap and put your bottle tip in one of the two big, wide juice holes and fill it up. One thing I really like about the design of the tank is the top cap has bevels or notches all around it making it easy to grip and twist open without unscrewing your tank from the base. I don’t know how many times I have gone to refill a tank and ended up unscrewing the glass and leaking juice all over my hand because the top was over tightened and stuck to the tank section. I did not have a problem loosening this cap it was easy to open and tighten back down.

    Airflow:

    The airflow is adjustable and you can choose to have it all the way open or closed down halfway or more. I did find that if I closed it down too far it did produce a slight whistle on the inhale. But not too bad. I like to keep it about ½ way open as a rule and the airflow is really good. The bottom airflow ring turns smoothly and stop fully open or fully closed. Does not go all the way around like some others.

    Coil Heads:

    The coil heads for these are made by Wotofo and are .25 ohms. The nice thing about this tank is that it is also compatible with the TFV8 Baby Beast coil heads. Some like them, some don’t (the Smok coils) and for those that don’t Medusa has made a version of the Baby Beast coil that is also compatible with this tank and the Baby Beast. The recommended wattage for the stock coils is between 35 and 60 W.

    Price:$15 – $30

    This tank is advertised between $15 and $30 at most online retailers. At $15 it is a steal for a flavor tank that works this well and looks great on any mod you put it on. It is short and stubby so it sits perfectly on shorter mods without looking too big or being top heavy. This is a great price for this well-made, high-performing tank.

    Bottom Line:

    All around, this tank has everything you need for great flavor and good vapor production. There really isn’t anything I don’t like about it. The whistle isn’t really an issue for me and probably won’t be for anyone else. It’s a minor flaw. The fact that it can use other coils is a big plus, especially when the vape shop is out of the stock coils. This is a great tank for the price and one you should have in your collection of vape tanks.

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