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Cloud chasing without a rebuild?

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  1. skullblade789

    skullblade789 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 1, 2015
    Waynesboro, PA
    Is there such a thing or is it only done with RBA/RDA? I am looking for a tank that will go with a 30W eleaf stick that will produce some good vapor and not limit on flavor. (Or is this a thing where there is nothing?) Always wanting to learn more about vaping.
     
  2. vapero

    vapero Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 13, 2013
    monterrey,mexico
    there are a few sub ohm tanks avairable, I haven't tried them but hear good things
    kanger and aspire have some
     
  3. mavap

    mavap Full Member Verified Member

    Apr 8, 2015
    colo spgs
    I have the atlantis v2 and it produces much bigger clouds than the nautilus mini both on the istick 30w
     
  4. wheelie

    wheelie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 12, 2014
    Ont. Canada
    Personally I don't think there is much better than the Kanger full size Subtank. Mine blows big clouds at 22.5 watts. But if you want big monster clouds that make your head disappear it wont happen with any tank.
     
  5. LostFedExMan

    LostFedExMan Full Member

    Jun 4, 2015
    Colorado - USA
    ^^^This.

    As of right now tank's can't compete with RDA's (for cloud chasing) IMO. For an RDA I have an El Cabron and for RTA's I have Subtank Mini and a Lemo Drop. The El Cabron blows the other 2 out of the water on both vapor production and flavor. Period. End of story. It's not even a contest.

    Now with RDA's out of the picture lets talk RTA's. Both that I have produce great vapor and flavor. Which one do I like more? Well, strictly considering vapor production and flavor the Lemo Drop wins hands down. Though I did have to modify the air holes to get better air flow... Stock, the Subtank Mini has better air flow... Out of the box the Subtank Mini is a better RTA IMO. It has better air flow options, easier to refill, you can rebuild when you sill have lots of juice in the tank unlike the Lemo Drop (PITA to refill). The RBA section of the ST Mini is bad ... but if you aren't into rebuilding then you have the option of purchasing the OCC heads which just screw in and your ready to vape. So the ST Mini is much more versatile and can be used as a 'clearomizer' or RTA.

    From the title of your post it sounds like you aren't into rebuilding, if that's the case then it's a no brainer. ST Mini (Or some other sub ohm tank that has replaceable coil heads, like the Aspire Atlantis [I've not used it]).

    To Summarize - If someone wanted to have a cloud chucking comparison of RTA's, I'd bring 'MY' Lemo Drop, no question... But if someone wanted to get into cloud chasing (and not interested in RDA's) in the most simple way possible with a well designed system that is easy to use, I'd say go ST Mini. It really is a well thought out device and I have zero complaint's about mine, other than I don't like the OCC heads. But I rebuild them to what I do like, so, no complaints.

    I haven't tried any other type of RTA's, so it's only based on what I've used.

    Good Luck,

    -Lost
     
  6. jdawg111

    jdawg111 Full Member

    Jun 13, 2015
    Not true. Some tanks like the artic and herakles tanks chuck clouds like rdas can. It just depends on your device. Some devices don't handle sub ohm coils. But you can get clouds out of a tank. I've had a 50 watt device with a herakles tank put my mech mod with an rda to shame
     
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