Sub-Ohm Tank Reviews

Aspire ODAN Tank

Aspire have been in the game for sometime now and always bring out hardware which has shown the vaping world what they can do to keep things fresh and new. This time we take a look at the Odan tank.

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Aspire ODAN Tank

Aspire have been in the game for sometime now and always bring out hardware which has shown the vaping world what they can do to keep things fresh and new. Their Cleito tanks have been a popular mainstay but now they have bought this beauty out, the Odan tank in both a mini version and the big version.

Out of the Box

The Odan comes in six different colour options at present for the 28mm tank. The colour options are black and stainless steel, dark blue, rainbow, emerald and smokey quartz with the honeycomb resin 810 tip. It will cost $35, which is about £29, a decent price for a good tank.

The tank has a 5ml diamond-cut bubble glass and with the single-coil it goes up to 7ml, which is awesome. There are loads of spare O-Rings and a spare 0.2oHm coil, which is great as these coils are good, and the flavour bursts every time.

Also included is a warranty card and instructions. 



The Build

The build quality Aspire have is top notch. The top filling is easy and with the pull-up/slide action, it is a good system. It's tight and there are no leaks of air or liquid at present so I'm more than happy with that, it is quick and easy. The coils are a new design with linen and organic cotton, which absorb the liquid quite fast, this works a treat for anyone on the go and needing a quick coil change, thumbs up here.

Therefore, I have tried the tank in numerous stages see below:

  • 30W – I always start low so I can get the coil broken in, but it worked quite well at this point and I was happy with the overall vape 
  • 35W – the flavour was nice and built up well as it went on, not a perfect vape but nice
  • 45W - nice clean flavour, very noticeable on the first draw. This is the perfect wattage as recommended for the coil
  • 50W – still works a treat but I would drop it down just so the coil lasts but still a wattage I would recommend

When priming the coil, it took about a good two minutes before the flavour was correct to the bottle name. This is the fastest I have been able to use any coils to date. Something which I have found on previous Mesh coils, is that it does not take too long to start vaping, the cotton was compacted well due to the linen cotton and organic cotton combo which seem to work really well.

The airflow is great and I am happy with how it mixes with the flavour. When fully open, it is a bit too airy for my taste but the airflow option is good, and I can say that it works well.


  • High grade build
  • Flavour is perfect and I mean perfect
  • Pull up/slide action top fill
  • Great airflow
  • Coil life is good
  • Feels true to the build
  • Looks nice
  • Better liquid capacity (2ml, 5ml & 7ml)


  • Drinks liquid
  • Very big


This is my first Aspire tank and you might say that it is strange that I have never owned a Cleito! But I was not a big sub-ohm user, more RDA, and kept away due to the ease, cheapness and the overall flavour. This is something else though and I can say that anyone who is after a sub-ohm tank must own this beauty. It works a treat and Aspire, you have managed this one very well I must say. The build is great, and the tank feels nice.

Now would I buy it? OMG yes yes yes! It is worth being in anyone’s kit or stashes, it does shine through so well done Aspire. I am not disappointed in this tank at all. I think it delivers everything you want and what you need in a SubOhm tank so don’t be put off by its size, it’s a killer tank at its finest…

Equipment/Products Used

​Mod – Geekvape – Legend 200 – Stealth Black
Tank – Aspire– Odan– Stainless Steel
E-liquid – Dinnerlady – Purple Rain – 70/30
Coils – Aspire– 0.3ohm Mesh Coil – 45w
Batteries – Golisi S26 – 2600 mAh & Samsung 25r 18650s

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Adam Bolt

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My first mod kit was the majesty back in January 2018 where I started to try different hands-on with building all self-taught, understanding the difference behind them all. My first review was on the Wotofo Bravo, where I enjoyed writing it so much and I thought im going to do this so I set up my website www.vapinbolt.comand started producing a blog where I have gained many different partnerships with companies and ongoing contracts for the future going forward Vaping is great and I thank the great community it has where I have built relationships from people all over the world and here in the UK Liquids are now my new venture to have a stable but evenly guide into the vaping world...

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