Sub-Ohm Tank Reviews

Freemax Starre Pro

The Freemax Starre Pro is the follow up to the Freemax Starre, and Freemax Tech Co’s first offering featuring temperature control compatible Ni200 coils. The Freemax Starre Pro also sports the same superb airflow configuration present on the original and now drip tip airflow included, and also present is a slimmed down 4ml capacity as well as a new top filling design.

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For me it’s safe to say that the Freemax Starre Pro has overtaken the Sense Herakles as my favourite tank and now become by go-to tank of choice, I find that it takes the flavour up to the next level, and if you want to chase clouds you definitely can chase them with the best tanks out there with the huge airflow available, the airflow pretty much lifted off of the first Freemax Starre, given a polish and a slight upgrade in terms of smoothness. The original Freemax Starre was one of my favourite sub ohm tanks, but the Freemax Starre Pro just takes the performance interstellar!

Coil lifetime is great, which was a hallmark of the original Freemax Starre, a couple of weeks into using the tank and both my 0.25 ohm and 0.15 ohm coils are still going strong, with no decrease in flavour or vapour production.

The Freemax Starre Pro is without doubt the very best temperature control clearomiser available to date, and in my opinion the very best clearomiser full stop. Out of anything I have ever tried, the Freemax Starre Pro just beats everything available on sheer performance, the clouds are as good as they were first time around, you can get a lovely warm vape at high power in temp control and the flavour is just outstanding!

Note from junglist - I can also vouch for the quality of this tank, it really is a beauty!  Just another reminder about the top cap, if you get one of these make sure that you turn the top cap to "Off" once you have filled it.  The instructions tell you to do this but even having read these I just didn't register it.  Maybe the fact that you have to turn it to "Off" when using it seemed wrong, or whether I was just too eager to use it meant that I didn't do it and lost a couple of tanks of juice while fiddling with the coils and tightening everything I could!  Switching it to off helps to create a vacuum which keeps the liquid in the tank rather than dumping it down through the coil so bear this in mind if you get one.

Freemax Tech have kindly given us a couple of these to give away to our readers so head over to the competition page and get your entry in to be in with a chance of winning!

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Dan Willis

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Dan was an early adopter of vaping as a way to quit smoking and has seen and done pretty much all there is to see and do in the vaping world!  From Ego batteries to mechs and from rebuildables to pods there isn't much that Dan hasn't tried.

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