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Cubis Tank unbiased Review

Discussion in 'Clearo's and Carto's Reviews' started by vape_buddy, Jan 18, 2016.

  1. vape_buddy

    vape_buddy Postman

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    @ DMAN its a good possibility and thats is why it is stated to take 4/5 puff without firing but when you start taking 2/3 puff after firing it will gradually dry out. For me as you can image, fear of a dryhit means I need a lot of determination to try deep inhalation on this one and it can be an A&E toke lol
     
  2. philTBA

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    Imo, the wick slots on those coils are asking for trouble. WAY too small to handle any sort of decent juice. Personally, I wouldn't use anything heavier in that, than the cheap juice I bought from eBay when I first started vapeing. :)
     
  3. dansus

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    I have to agree with @vape_buddy.

    Tank design is great, leak free, easy to fill but coils leave a lot to be desired. The 0.5ohm wicks ok, reasonable flavour, but spit back is awful. The 1.0 ohm and clapton use a different design to house the coils and the wick holes are smaller. They are too small and cant keep up, dry hit city at 15w on the clapton.

    I will rebuild the 0.5ohm when i get bored with the stock build, the fact it has no air flow going through the coil is intriguing.
     
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  4. zaiky100

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    You guys must have duds as mine is excellent and purchased for only £19.99. Clapton is great at 20w for mouth to lung.
     
  5. dansus

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    It's a shame about the coils, the tank sounds good otherwise.
     
  7. dellybelly

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    I bought one today. So far I've only tried the 1.5ohm Clapton coil but I'm tooting away, MTL, at 20 watts - no spit back and no dry hits. Enjoying it.
     
  8. RuiP

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    That's funny , I'm using a 0.5ohm coil with a 70%vg and works like a charm but it happened me exactly the same with the 1.0 and 1.5 coils , The wicking holes are bigger in the 0.5ohm coil and I really love it , been vaping at 20watts
     

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