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Fumytech Windforce

The Fumytech Windforce is a 25mm diameter RTA which features a dual coil Velocity style deck, juice flow control and fully adjustable top and bottom airflow. In addition it has a convenient top filling design and holds 4ml of E-Liquid.

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Fumytech Windforce (Standard Edition)

The Fumytech Windforce is a 25mm diameter RTA which features a dual coil Velocity style deck, juice flow control and fully adjustable top and bottom airflow. In addition it has a convenient top filling design and holds 4ml of E-Liquid. The tank can be purchased as the Standard Edition which we received for review or the Collector’s Edition which includes loads of extras as well as a single coil deck.

I must admit I was rather excited to try this since Fumytech are producing some very interesting products of late, the EZPipe I reviewed recently really impressed me. So let’s have a good look at the Windforce and see what it has to offer!

Fumytech Windforce features

  • Stainless Steel and Glass Construction
  • 25mm Diameter
  • Height: 63mm
  • 4ml Capacity
  • 510 Thread
  • Dual Coil Configuration
  • Adjustable Top and Bottom Airflow
  • Juice Flow Control
  • Velocity Style Deck
  • Top Filling Design

What’s in the box?

  • 1x Windforce Atomizer
  • 1x Spare Glass Tube
  • 4x Hex Socket Grub Screws
  • 1x Screwdriver
  • 1x 510 Drip Tip Adapter
  • 9x Silicone O-Rings
  • Japanese Organic Cotton
  • 4x Staple N80 Coils

The overall packaging is excellent with the box being very stylish and containing loads of spares so it does represent good value for money. Some manufacturers out there should take note of this when they choose to bundle a tank with two spare screws and a few O-rings.

It is important to note that the Windforce Collector’s Edition (typically about £50) contains an insane amount of useful extras but as you might expect that does contribute to the higher price.

Fumytech Windforce styling and build quality

In my opinion the Windforce is extremely well machined and everything fits together nicely. It is a very tall tank being 63mm in height although my Kayfun 5 is slightly taller. The Windforce feels suitably weighty and durable with the glass itself feeling quite thick and solid. The black version that I received for review has a lovely finished and it has not tarnished at all in the time I have spent using it.

The 510 pin appears to be gold-plated to ensure excellent conductivity. The drip tip is made from Delrin and features a tapered design that feels really comfortable on the lips. The drip tip does actually unscrew from the top airflow/top cap and the box includes a 510 adapter so you can use your own drip tips.

The deck that comes with the standard edition is dual coil only and features the ever popular Velocity style so it is very easy to work with. There is a juice flow control ring included which also serves to hold your wicks in place and since there are cut out sections in the chamber you an easily see how open the juice flow is when the tank is fitted together.


As you might expect given its name the Windforce truly excels offering both top and bottom adjustable airflow. The airflow can be heavily adjusted to suit your preference and fully opened up you can literally breath through it and suits a direct lung inhale style of vaping. As you dial it down it becomes more of a slightly restrictive lung inhale and also completely closed down might even be acceptable to some as a very loose mouth to lung vape (not really recommended) but in all honesty you are limiting the tanks cloud chucking potential at this setting.

Ease of use

Given that this tank features a Velocity style deck it is extremely straightforward to build and even a newcomer should be able to get to grips with it as long as they have some experience of building dual coils. Wicking is pretty much the same method as every other Velocity style decks but there is one extra step you need to be aware of. The deck features a wicking ring that has two sets of holes and this holds the wicks in place and is also part of the juice flow control. When fitting the ring there are two notches that you need to align properly with the deck and when pushing it down make sure you use a suitable tool push the wick tails in first so they don’t get trapped by the wicking ring.

Filling is straightforward and there is plenty of room for your juice bottle nozzles or droppers. The juice flow control is easy to use and by turning the tank you can clearly see how many of the juice holes are open. While you can actually take the deck out of the tank without completely draining it I would advise caution since it can be a slightly messy affair since the juice does tend to pool around the base a little.

How does it vape?

I made use of two of the included staple coils which were very easy to fit. They had a final Resistance of 0.28ohm so I did most of my vaping in the 70-75W region. I had primed the coils and filled up the tank with some Bunkr Apple Strudel which is an absolutely gorgeous E-Liquid!

The first thing you notice about the Windforce when vaping it is that it is very true to its namesake and there is an absolute ton of airflow! In fact when inhaling the sound is very reminiscent of one of those wind tunnels you may have seen in documentaries on television. Flavour was extremely good and the apple in the E-Liquid came across as very crisp with the pastry notes being highly distinct. The vapour production while not quite truly monstrous is certainly along those lines and I actually took the tank outside to vape it because it tends to put out about three foot long plumes of dense vapour when the airflow is completely opened up that would in no time at all quickly turn my room into the foggy equivalent of old London town!

Even though the Windforce is not typically the type of tank I would choose to purchase I really loved trying this out and it can be really fun blowing huge clouds for short sessions. Anyone who craves lots of airflow and plenty of vapour production will love this! You would think with all the airflow it would be quite a cool vape but rest assured it is seriously warm and vaping at 75W felt a lot like a 100W style of vape to me but I was using quite a low resistance build so I only have myself to blame and I think if I owned this tank I would probably stick to builds around 0.5ohm.

What I did really like about the Windforce was that even when fully opened up the airflow did not really hamper the flavour which is often what happens when an atomizer has too much air passing through it.

As you might expect the massive airflow while creating plenty of vapour does tend to drain the juice really quickly so if you’re on a budget be warned. It would have been nice to have tried the single coil deck to see if the tank is a little more conservative in that mode but this only comes with the Windforce Collector’s Edition.


The Windforce standard edition won’t be for everyone but it is an extremely well put together tank that comes with a decent amount of extras.  If dual coil builds, excellent flavour and loads of airflow are things you crave from a tank then the Windforce is probably exactly what you are looking for!

Also check out the Windforce Collector’s Edition if you like the sound of this one because it comes with a massive amount of spares, loads of extra pre-made coils, an alternative shorter chimney and a single coil deck. 

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