What is sub-ohm vaping?
Sub-ohm tanks use resistors that measure less than 1Ω (Ohm). Any container that has a resistance higher than 1Ω is considered a conventional tank.
Sub-ohm vape tanks implement resistors suitable for thicker wicks and much larger airflows, which provides quite ample steam production.
Since this is a very desirable characteristic for vapers, it must be taken into account that it also has a significant influence on the consumption of liquid and batteries making it a better vaping experience all round. For this reason, many of the devices on the market will be of a sub-ohm.
What's the best Sub-ohm vape tank?
Since there are so many sub-ohm vape tanks available on the market, there are a couple of points to consider including the brand, price point and hardware already used. Popular vape tank brands include Uwell, Smok, Geek Vape. Some of our best tanks include Aspire Odan Tank, Freemax Fireluke 2, Aspire Cleito Pro.
What features to look for in a tank?
Some of the main advantages or features about the Sub-Ohm Tanks are the cloud production, the intense flavor that those vapes provide, the highest ohm capacity, and the liquid container capacity (typically you will find TPD compliant tanks which are 2ml, however you can purchase extra pieces for extra ml). High resistance coils are available depending on the tank.
What's the best e-liquid to use?
Since sub-ohm vaping is typically used to create dense vape clouds, we generally recommend a higher VG percentage than PG to ensure your juice is a thicker consistency. If you vape without nicotine, it is easier to produce 70% VG / 30% PG. If you vape with nicotine, you will find a 50/50 e-liquid will suffice.