I've been using these DCT pro tanks for about a month and love them 510 Pro DCTank Combo. I got some from that website, and a couple from Accessories - PBDragon.com. Both are polypropylene (syringe material) with metal end caps...much higher quality parts than the polycarbonate models. One distributor sent single-holed cartos and the other triple-holed. If offered the choice, choose the appropriate ohm carto to match your battery voltage (3.7 or 5 +).
I have both the 3.5 ml and the 5 ml tanks, same length, different diameters. Have both the frosted and the colored. Note that the colors are not as intense as the displays. I use different colored cherry vape ming drip tips to differentiate my favorite juices.
Recently got a couple of the inexpensive pyrex tanks that Valley View Vapes has begun selling. For around $12-14 you can get a 4ml or 7ml pyrex tank. These are grommet tanks (use large grommets in place of endcaps) and are extremely sturdy on your mods. Both of these are 7 ml.
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Last edited by Baditude; 07-10-2012 at 05:03 AM.
Polycarbonate also contains BPA, which is bad for you.
Someone told me that Pyrex will not crack/melt/warp/otherwise be negatively affected by any flavor e-juice. You're gonna pay a little more for it, but it'll be worth it in the long run. Try IBTanked - Get Tanked With Us! Also make sure you get stainless steel caps and drip tip. DO NOT GET ACRYLIC ANYTHING!!!!!! It will melt with certain juices, especially cinnamon based juice.
Last edited by GinnyDragon54; 11-29-2012 at 06:56 PM.
BTW the new buzzword in tanks is PMMA, you see it mentioned in some rather pricy offerings.
Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) is a transparent thermoplastic, often used as a lightweight or shatter-resistant alternative to glass. It is sometimes called acrylic glass... and was first brought to market in 1933 by the Rohm and Haas Company, under the trademark Plexiglas. It has since been sold under many different names, including Lucite and Perspex.
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