Sub-Ohm Tank Reviews

Ceravape Cerabis 44

Ceravape brings you their latest Sub Ohm Tank, the Cerabis 44 featuring their highly regarded ceramic coils that deliver fantastic flavour and superb vapour production. Typically a ceramic coil should last you longer than other conventional coils and it can actually be completely cleaned rather than thrown away.

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I think it’s fair to say that in some ways this tank did not give me the best first impression in terms how well parts fit together yet it offers an excellent highly flavoursome vape which outclasses or certainly rivals what you would get from a lot of other Sub Ohm tanks!

Another feather in this tanks cap is that the coils can be cleaned and should last you much longer. Unfortunately the Cerabis 44 is not without its fair share of a few minor problems namely, the initially hard to pull up airflow, the less than ideal coil removal and the somewhat loose base section/airflow when taking the tank apart; yet despite the issues the vape is so good that I’m sure a lot of users will be willing to put up with them.

At the end of the day the design and construction of the Cerabis 44 is probably not going to blow you away but the quality of vape you get is without a doubt up there with the best!

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