Sub-Ohm Tank Reviews

Anyvape Furytank

I’m sure some of you will remember Anyvape as the manufacturers of the old Davide tank and also the Segatank. The Furytank is their latest offering and it has a few innovative features. This Sub-Ohm tank has top filling, but the interesting thing is that you can fill it without the need for any tools or special plugs and you don’t need to close the air holes either!

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The Furytank is something of a let-down despite its good ideas. Had the coils been better than they are this would have been a great tank. Perhaps if you are an Atlantis user and you have plenty of spare coils this tank might be worth buying to try out if not then it might be best to skip this.

Many thanks to Smoke Purer who sent this item to Planet of the Vapes for review.

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