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Tanks with adaptoers
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Tanks with adaptoers
Hi all,
It's been a while since I've posted. I would like to know what tanks are about that have an adapter so you can have more than 2ml of juice, as I'm fed up with filling my smok spirals tank often.
07/06/18 10:14 PM
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RE: Tanks with adaptoers
have you thought about second hand tanks, maybe worth asking in the wanted section of the classifieds, someone may have an old favourite you liked , hidden away in a drawer or box, i know there are a few add on kits for tpd tanks, unfortunately, i have been squonking for years now , so cant advise in the slightest im afraid, im sure you will get a few suggestions tho Smiling

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RE: Tanks with adaptoers
Do you want MTL or DL, rebuildable or not.. then peeps can add suggestions...

As you stated Smok Spiral tank, I think you want DL, non-rebuildable.

Fat or fishbowl glass, or extenders are available for -

Aspire Cleito and Cleito 120
Aspire Atlantis Evo
Innokin iSub VE
Innokin Crios
Innokin Scion and Scion 2
Smok TFV8 Baby and Big Baby
Smok TFV12 Prince

There's a few for starters...

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(08/06/18 12:53 AM)Toby | iVapour Wrote:  Do you want MTL or DL, rebuildable or not.. then peeps can add suggestions...

As you stated Smok Spiral tank, I think you want DL, non-rebuildable.

Fat or fishbowl glass, or extenders are available for -

Aspire Cleito and Cleito 120
Aspire Atlantis Evo
Innokin iSub VE
Innokin Crios
Innokin Scion and Scion 2
Smok TFV8 Baby and Big Baby
Smok TFV12 Prince

There's a few for starters...

I was looking for non rebuildable with a tight dl. Thanks for the options
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RE: Tanks with adaptoers
The Aspire Cleito Exo would be another to consider for slightly restricted DL, and the airflow goes in at the top, down the sides and up the middle, so pretty much leak-proof.

The Cleito Exo comes with an oversize coil (to make it 2ml), but with the standard size Cleito coils, it puts the capacity up to 3.5ml.

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RE: Tanks with adaptoers
This maybe. Only small tank but may suit you

https://www.evolutionvaping.co.uk/hextro...14240.html

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I've gone for the pico 25 kit with the ello tank but they don't supply the 4ml glass and chimney extension, would anyone know where to get these?
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(13/06/18 03:06 PM)danie1 Wrote:  I've gone for the pico 25 kit with the ello tank but they don't supply the 4ml glass and chimney extension, would anyone know where to get these?

There are 4ml "bubble" tanks here
https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/1001...-ello-tank

May not need an extension as they're fatter? Check height first?
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RE: Tanks with adaptoers
(07/06/18 10:14 PM)danie1 Wrote:  Hi all,
It's been a while since I've posted. I would like to know what tanks are about that have an adapter so you can have more than 2ml of juice, as I'm fed up with filling my smok spirals tank often.
i can highly recommend the vaporesso cascade tank which i class as a smok killer. tbh i hated the tfv8 and gave it away within a day.

cascade from uk tpd complient 2ml BUT the 2ml tank is a rubber inner tube in the tank. simply remove it and its a 7ml tank.
coils are brill rated upto 200w and also comes with adapter so you can use the NRG coils.

cheaper of course in china but if you cant wait next day delivery from uk > https://www.cloudstix.com/electronic-cig...scade-tank

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(13/06/18 03:40 PM)MDC Wrote:  
(13/06/18 03:06 PM)danie1 Wrote:  I've gone for the pico 25 kit with the ello tank but they don't supply the 4ml glass and chimney extension, would anyone know where to get these?

There are 4ml "bubble" tanks here
https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/1001...-ello-tank

May not need an extension as they're fatter? Check height first?

I did order 2 of those the other night, but I thought I may need the extension, will have to wait and see when it arrives. Will be a bonus if it doesn't need one

(13/06/18 03:51 PM)MrDJjim Wrote:  
(07/06/18 10:14 PM)danie1 Wrote:  Hi all,
It's been a while since I've posted. I would like to know what tanks are about that have an adapter so you can have more than 2ml of juice, as I'm fed up with filling my smok spirals tank often.
i can highly recommend the vaporesso cascade tank which i class as a smok killer. tbh i hated the tfv8 and gave it away within a day.

cascade from uk tpd complient 2ml BUT the 2ml tank is a rubber inner tube in the tank. simply remove it and its a 7ml tank.
coils are brill rated upto 200w and also comes with adapter so you can use the NRG coils.

cheaper of course in china but if you cant wait next day delivery from uk > https://www.cloudstix.com/electronic-cig...scade-tank

I think I will see how I get on with the ello as I only have Mods that go up to 80w max at the moment. Thanks though.
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