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Fireluke Pro - Freemax

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  1. Tim Wiseman

    Tim Wiseman Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2017
    Bolton, England
    Hi ECF members, in this review i take a look at the Fireluke Pro from Freemax. The Fireluke Pro was supplied for the purpose of this review by James from the Healthcabin.

    https://www.healthcabin.net/freemax-fire...17121.html (Resin)

    https://www.healthcabin.net/freemax-fire...17122.html (Carbon Fibre)

    In the Box

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    Contents:

    1pc Fireluke Pro Tank(KA1 0.15ohm Sextuple Coil, pre-intalled)
    1pc 0.15ohm DVC Coil(rated for 60-120W)
    1pc Replacement O-rings
    1pc Replacement Glass (4ml glass tube)
    1pc User Manual
    1pc Gift Box

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    Aesthetics

    The Fireluke Pro comes in nice packaging and is available in Resin and Carbon Fibre versions. I wasn't a great fan of how the original Fireluke looked with the goldfish bowl shaped glass, well i only wasn't a fan after imagining it on top of a device. Here with the Pro they have gone with a straight glass and i much prefer it. It has the same 25mm diameter but is a couple of mm taller. I got the purple resin version which has a very polished look and is quite beautiful to look at (all 6 colours are very nice). The top-cap is rounded off at the top giving a slight dome shape, the only other feature is the huge duel cyclops airflow. I prefer the resin version but others might prefer the carbon fibre which also comes in 6 colour options, the only other difference apart from finish is the top-cap on the carbon fibre isn't domed. The only other thing noticeable is the visible coils, they are beasts.

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    Specs:

    Size: 60mm(L) x 25mm(D)
    Liquid Capacity: 4ml
    Connection: 510 thread
    Drip Tip Type: 810 drip tip
    Airflow: Bottom dual adjustable airflow
    Top-fill
    Resin Colours: Black, Blue, Purple, Red, Yellow, Green
    Carbon Fibre Colours: Black, Blue, Purple, Red, Silver, Green

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    Assembling and Disassembling

    The threading on the tank is very good and the top and bottom unscrews easily. The coil screws into the base (taking the entire base up) and then screws to the air pipe when you put the tank back together. To fill the tank (after priming the coil) unscrew the top-cap which reveals 2 large filling slots which are that big they almost meet.

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    The Coils

    The Fireluke Pro comes with a 0.15 sextuple coil installed which is rated at (60w - 140w) and you also receive a Kanthal 0.15 duel vertical coil rated at (60w - 120w). There are two other coils available, another Kanthal duel vertical coil 0.25 rated at (50w - 100w) and finally a 0.15 duodenary coil rated at (80w - 180w). The coils are the same ones that fit the original Fireluke which means the RTA section will fit but sadly it isn't included and not sure you can buy it separately.

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    Performance

    I started with the installed sextuple coil and boy did it give off some serious clouds, i tried it at various wattage's up to 100w (more than enough for me) and just couldn't get decent flavour at all. The Kanthal coil i found much better, again serious clouds but i did get reasonable flavour (nothing special). I found it best at 80w and it was nice enough but the airflow was a bit noisy, i had it half open which was plenty (Huge airflow). During using the tank i suffered no leaking whatsoever, i would of much preferred the tank with the RTA section to do my own builds to search for good flavour but cloud chasers will like this. The not supplied Duodenary coil is rated up to 180w, i find that a bit crazy but no doubt some will love it.

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    Pros

    Good Quality
    Looks Great
    Resin and Carbon Fibre Versions
    No leaking
    Huge Airflow
    High Wattage
    Huge Clouds

    Cons

    No RTA Section
    Not The Greatest Flavour
    A Bit Noisy

    Conclusion

    A great looking tank which cloud chasers and high wattage vapers will love, not suitable for lower wattage vapers and those that prefer flavour over cloud.

    I would once again like to thank James from the Healthcabin for supplying the Fireluke Pro Tank for review.

    https://www.healthcabin.net/freemax-fire...17121.html (Resin)

    https://www.healthcabin.net/freemax-fire...17122.html (Carbon Fibre)
     
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  2. Tonee N

    Tonee N Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2017
    Nevada
    Thanks for taking the time to review this Tim. It looks like a tall Fireluke Mesh tank. I'm glad they did resign it. I wonder if the Fireluke RBA would fit in the Pro. If they were to produce a Pro Mesh coil that would be the finishing touch.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
     
  3. Tim Wiseman

    Tim Wiseman Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2017
    Bolton, England
    It uses the same coils as the original Fireluke so the RBA should fit no problem!
     
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  4. Tonee N

    Tonee N Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2017
    Nevada
    That's what I thought. For some odd reason I don't have a Pro yet, I talk to FM alot.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
     
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