Sub-Ohm Tank Reviews

iJoy Tornado Nano

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Rather than just offering a scaled down version of the iJoy Tornado, iJoy have pretty much designed a new tank from the ground up with the iJoy Tornado Nano, that bears little in resemblance to the original iJoy Tornado barring the name. For starters, rather than being designed to run at obscene wattage, the iJoy Tornado Nano is a more ‘mellowed’ tank, that I feel offers a lot more in the flavour department than it’s bigger brother.

It still has the ability to mix it with the best when it comes to clouds, with a large amount of airflow making for an airy and impressively cloudy vape. I also like the fact that the chip coils can be rewicked easily to improve their longevity, the RBA deck is very easy to build on and offers a true RBA experience, and the design and build quality is very good indeed. To be honest, between the iJoy Tornado and the Nano version, I’ve found that I much preferred using the Tornado Nano, with it offering a great, well rounded experience.

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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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