The Ceravape Soter Sub Ohm Tank is an 8ml, 510 threaded variable airflow tank system made of food grade stainless steel, Pyrex glass and features 3 ceramic wick dual coils providing a total of 6 heating wires. The Ceravape Soter tank also includes a variable airflow drip tip which provides a unique cooling system for the vapour and a top liquid filling system.
A key selling point of the Ceravape Soter is the coils featured within, that use a ceramic rod for wicking material, and a ceramic wick produces no fibres or particles when in use, making for purer flavour from your vape. It also has a higher heating point than traditional cotton, reducing the occurrence of dry or burnt hits. The coils can also be dry burned too, and are touted as having a much longer lifespan than traditional coil heads.
On paper, the Ceravape Soter looks to have the makings of a great flavour orientated tank, lets see how it shapes up….
Ceravape Soter Specs
- Manufactured from Stainless steel and Pyrex glass
- 8ml capacity
- Top filling
- 510 threading
- 26mm diameter base
- 11mm wide bore drip tip
- Variable airflow in the base and the drip tip
- Prebuilt 3 1.2ohm ceramic wick dual coils in the clearomizer
- Included 1 1.2ohm replacement coil head
- Suggested wattage: 25 - 40W
- Triple ceramic wicks, 6 heating wires
- Easy to clean, longer lasting and healthier than traditional cotton wick atomizer coils
What’s in the Box?
Inside the presentation box you will find:
- Ceravape Soter Sub Ohm Tank
- 3 x 1.2ohm dual ceramic coils, final resistance 0.4ohm (pre installed)
- 1x 1.2ohm replacement dual ceramic coil
- Replacement glass tank section
- Bag of spare o-rings in assorted colours
- User manual
Ceravape Soter Looks
Let's get one thing out the way straight away- it's a big old unit. Manufactured from Stainless Steel with a Pyrex Glass tank section, it's also one of the most well constructed and solidly built sub ohm tanks I've had my hands on yet, it's very robust and feels like it could withstand some serious abuse! It features an 8ml capacity and the width of the tank is 26mm to accommodate this, which means there is going to be some overhang on many mods. It did however suit my IPV3 LI and Wismec Reuleaux RX200 well, with no major noticeable overhang.
The Ceravape Soter features a top filling method, and the top cap simply pops off easily to reveal the large filling ports. At the top of the unit is an 11mm wide bore drip tip, with adjustable airflow control at the base of the drip tip. At the base of the tank you'll find huge cyclops adjustable airflow, accompanied by a robustly built airflow control ring. To access the coils you will need to unscrew the base of the tank from the glass tank section, and the three coils are each chambered individually.
Ceravape Soter Airflow
The Ceravape Soter sports some huge airflow slots at either side of the tank and if clouds are your thing, you won't be disappointed with this. The airflow slots at either side are pretty cavernous!
Although very solidly built, the airflow control ring can be a little loose for my liking, and can be adjusted easily, meaning you can lose your desired airflow setting easily if it is knocked.
Ceravape Soter Performance
Sporting three ceramic dual coils located at the base of the tank, each with a 1.2ohm resistance which combines for a final resistance of 0.4ohm, and each coil head is also housed individually meaning that if one fails, you can swap it out for another. A very interesting feature of these coils is that as the wicks are made up of a ceramic rod, you can periodically dry burn and rinse them off, and they are nigh on good as new. This makes for an excellent lifespan from the coil heads, and Ceravape say you can expect three months use! I have been using the Ceravape Soter for a month now, with the occasional dry burn and rinse once or twice a week, and a month in the vape is still as good as it was when I first got this tank out of the box.
The ceramic coil heads really do produce some lovely, clean flavour, and a vape quite different to what you would expect from a traditional coil head. Wicking doesn’t seem to be an issue either, the Ceravape Soter coils have wicked whatever I have put in the tank! Vapour production is fantastic as well, with big, thick clouds of dense vapour, that you would expect from a tank being run at much higher wattage.
The 8ml capacity is definitely enough to last most users a full days worth of vaping, the Ceravape Soter also doesn't seem to me to be as thirsty as other sub ohm tanks are, and it's pretty economical on your juice. It's easy to refill on the move too, with an excellent quick top filling system in place. Also, it's worth me noting that I haven't experienced any leaks from the Ceravape Soter whilst I have used it as well!
The Ceravape Soter is a very impressive sub ohm tank, and the ceramic coils really do produce some very impressive flavour results. Considering as the coils are rated for 25-40w, it also does manage to provide some highly respectable clouds too, the vapour production I get from the wattage put through this tank I would normally expect to be produced at much higher wattage! Having a capacity of 8ml is a bonus as well, as that is enough to last most users a full day of vaping.
The ceramic coils are what have impressed me the most with the Ceravape Soter, the flavour is outstanding with these coils and the lifespan of them is outstanding as well, simply being able to dry burn and rinse them off so they are pretty much as new means that you don't need to purchase coils often, especially if you get three months use out of the coils.
If you aren't bothered about the size, and are looking for a tank that doesn't require much maintenance, is solidly built, produces great flavour and has the capacity to last you all day, the Ceravape Soter is definitely one for you to consider.