Sub-ohm tanks have made a comeback in a huge way over the years, owing largely to the advent of mesh coils. With this new technology, sub-ohm tanks have increasingly closed the gap between pre-built coil systems and rebuildable options. If you haven’t vaped through a sub-ohm tank recently – whether because you’re a pod system person or, on the other end of the spectrum, a rebuildable fanatic – you’ll be blown away by these tanks.
If you’re buying a sub-ohm tank for the first time, these tanks are perfect for people looking to get a little more power, flavor, and cloud production than their pod system or AIO device. Sub-ohm tanks are almost exclusively DTL vape devices, typically providing huge, wide-open airflow (which is usually adjustable) and designed for medium wattage outputs. Generally, sub-ohm tanks include coils rated anywhere from 40 – 110W, although they can go even lower or higher, depending upon the tank in question.
Sub-ohm tanks will include everything you need to get the tank going, e.g. spare coils, replacement glass, etc., but you’ll still need a battery to power the bad boy. So be sure to check out our Mods section for the perfect battery to pair with your shiny new sub-ohm tank. Top brands in this department include FreeMax, Aspire, HorizonTech, and Geek Vape.