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VOOPOO Maat Sub-ohm Tank 2ml/4ml

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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 Maat Sub-ohm Tank from Voopoo. The Maat Sub-ohm Tank was supplied for the purpose of this review by Thea from Voopoo.

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    Introduction

    Some hype surrounding this tank as we see a brand new way of delivering bottom airflow on a Sub-ohm tank along with other features making the Maat "Middle Adjustable Airflow Tank" a really interesting tank to test. Voopoo also sent the Drag 2 Platinum edition to test the Maat Tank with which i will not be concentrating on as i have reviewed the Drag 2 but you will see from pictures in the review the Platinum version looks stunning (well it does in my opinion anyway). As well as the airflow inlets not being right at the bottom of the tank avoiding getting leaking e-liquid going onto your device, the coils can also be swapped out with e-liquid still in the tank. The Maat also features a hidden juice reservoir under the visible glass section of the tank to help those that tend to let their juice level run low before filling getting dry or burnt hits because they have let the tank run too dry. Coming pre-installed with a 4ml bubble glass (standard edition) or 2ml straight glass (TPD edition) the Maat Tank is more than worthy of a good look!

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    In The Box

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    Contents:

    4ml Standard Edition

    1x MAAT Tank(4ml)
    1x MT-M2 0.2ohm Coil(Pre-installed)
    1x MT-M1 0.13ohm Coil
    1x Glass Tube 2ml
    6x Sealing O-Ring
    1x User Manual


    2ml TPD Edition

    1x MAAT Tank(2ml)
    1x MT-M2 0.2ohm Coil(Pre-installed)
    1x MT-M1 0.13ohm Coil
    1x Glass Tube 2ml
    6x Sealing O-Ring
    1x User Manual

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    Aesthetics

    The Maat Tank comes in standard cardboard box packaging and has a unique industrial look to it. The tank is far from unpleasant to look at but has more of a i'm here for a purpose look than one of beauty. The base section seems missing something (that will be the airflow inlets) and is smoothed metal with "VOOPOO" carved into the metal front and back. Above the base section we now have the airflow control with tri pill shaped inlets, the control ring is in the shape of a nut and moves with such smoothness (we have stoppers). I can see why it's called the Maat "Middle Adjustable Airflow Tank" but a more accurate name would of been "Just Above Bottom Adjustable Airflow Tank" but let's face it "Jabaat" would be a rubbish name. We then have the glass tube (mine came with bubble glass pre-installed), through which we can see the casing which houses the top section of the coil looking just like a chamber you would find on a dual coil RTA, etched both front and back on this casing is "MAAT". We now come to the top section which has the juice port plate with child lock button (hidden within the textured design), above this is a tapered smooth top-cap which springs open when the button is pressed. Up top we have a proprietary sleeved style Black delrin drip tip. I received the Silver version, it's also available in Black and Rainbow, a lot of metal is on show with the Maat and it's all machined very nicely and is very good build quality

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    Maat Sub-ohm Tank Specs and Features:

    Size: 56 x 28mm(Standard) & 56 x 24.5mm(TPD)
    Capacity: Standard 4ml & TPD 2ml
    Coil: MT-M1 0.13ohm Single Mesh Coil(60-85W); MT-M2 0.2ohm Dual Mesh Coil (55-80W)
    Material: Stainless Steel & Glass
    Way to Refill: Standard: Top fill with automatic gap; TPD: Top fill with child safety lock
    Middle AF design with bottom airflow make-up
    PNP coil-installation system for easy replacement
    Anti-leakage design of filling port
    Coils burn-out prevention
    Triple air holes for smooth air intake
    All-new MT-M1/M2 Mesh coils
    Thread: 510
    Colours: Black, Silver, Rainbow

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    The Coils

    We see brand new designed coils for the Maat (the MT coils) and already a third coil has been released before the tank has hit the shelves which includes the original 2 coils so no doubt more coils will be available in the future. The coil heads are very unique looking and quite some size because as well as housing the coil/coils also the bottom section mimics the airflow intakes you would get on the base of the tank that feeds the coils in the same way. Pre-installed is the MT-M2 coil which is a dual mesh with a resistance of 0.20ohm, this coil is rated between 55-80W. The other included coil is the MT-M1 which is a single mesh coil with a resistance of 0.13ohm, this coil is rated between 60-85W. Voopoo also sent the third available coil which doesn't come with the tank which is the MT-M3 which is a triple mesh coil with a resistance of 0.19ohm and rated between 65-85W.

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    Fitting The Coil And Reservoir

    The base section unscrews from the tank revealing a large casing, housing or chamber (what's in a name) for the coil to just get press fitted into. It's a snug fit and everything gets sealed nicely with o-rings. The coil gets fed e-liquid via horizontal slits in the casing (or whatever you prefer to call it) at the bottom of the glass section so when holding the tank upside down to change the coil it's a mess free operation even with a tank of liquid. As well as feeding the cotton to keep it saturated their is a small reservoir that gets fed (when fitting a coil turning the tank upside down allows the liquid in the reservoir to go back through the slits into the main tank), this gives you just a bit extra juice you can't see. The idea behind this reservoir is that some people let the juice run right down before filling and can misjudge it sometimes and get dry and burnt hits, this gives them an extra buffer. The idea gets a pro but i think those that run the juice low once they realise they have this buffer will start relying on it and still end up getting dry and burnt hits (nothing wrong with the idea though).

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    Filling The Tank

    As i am now going to be covering the top section of the tank it's a good time to point out the tank has a proprietary sleeve drip tip which is rather comfortable but a con as most people including me want to have the option of being able to use a different drip tip. The Maat has top-fill and childproof design, on the side is a button that actually took me a while to find and is somewhat hidden in the design as well as sitting flush. Actually the fact it's not that easy to see until you know where it is and it can't be felt because it sits flush is a big pro as that's the whole point, it's a childproof feature and on some tanks i have seen the same feature with a very visible protruding button basically saying push me! When you press the button the top springs open with a slight rotation, it really is a sleek design. The fill port is a fair size but because the coils casing or chamber takes up so much room you can't get your nozzle far inside and you have to fill slowly else it can get messy, also there is no added hole for air to escape, so either take your time or use bottles with thin nozzles. Also the top-cap only opens just enough to allow for filling so the large proprietary drip tip gets in the way when trying to fill using chunky bottles, still a bit of class the way the top-cap springs smoothly open when pressing the button, very nice!

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    The Airflow

    The Airflow on the Maat is innovative so much so the name of the tank is made up of the initials of the airflow system. The airflow inlets and airflow control ring is above the base rather than on the base so any liquid that could find it's way into the base section has no airflow slots to escape out of and onto your device, it's really the same idea as top to bottom airflow we have been seeing a lot on mainly single coil RTA's still giving bottom airflow but entering the tank through top airflow inlets making it a leakproof design. Why we don't see this often on sub-ohm tanks i can only guess is the loss of air pressure travelling from the top to the bottom effects the airflow in a negative way although we have seen some recent genius designs with RTA's that overcome this but possibly wouldn't have the same results with tanks that use pre-built coil heads. With this design any loss of pressure as really been took out of the equation as the airflow inlets have only been moved up slightly above the base, we have tri-cyclops that can be adjusted in the usual way. Inside the tank we have casing for the coil head to be press fitted into, this casing also has 3 cutouts on the outside of the wall that doesn't penetrate all the way through the casing. The top of these cutout sections line up with the airflow inlets on the control ring and act as cavities so the air comes in through the airflow inlets then down these cavities and feed into the bottom section of the coil head that mimics the usual base airflow setup giving bottom airflow just as if it had been delivered in the usual manner.

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    My Experience Using The Maat Tank

    I actually have been using the tank yesterday and today to try out the third coil that was sent to me, i fully tested the tank out over a week ago while i used it for a week while also testing other products but Voopoo wanted me to try the third coil before writing the review. I have to be honest though the coil that held writing the review up was my least favourite, it's the triple mesh MT-M3 which is rated between 65W-85W yet for me this was best below that rating at 60W, the flavour was very good but this coil seemed to have a lot less flavour range than the ones that come included with the tank, much below the 60W sweet spot and the vape was rather weak but much over and it was the only one of the 3 coils that did seem to threaten a dry hit when chain vaping, don't get me wrong i got on with all three coils and all gave great flavour but this was my least favourite. The pre-installed MT-M2 was my preferred choice and i settled for 70W but this had such a good flavour range giving very good flavour from 60W right up to 85W but at this wattage i found the tank was getting a little toasty for my personal liking. The MT-M1 which was the other included coil i also liked and again gave a good flavour range but over 70W gave a vape too warm for me but full of flavour, i preferred this coil running at a slightly cooler 60W. Having the airflow inlets set above the base section has done the Maat no harm, i did wonder about loss of pressure or would it cause turbulence but quite the opposite the Maat has enough air for most with just a slight restriction, and the air being channelled down to the bottom of the coil seems to smooth it out because the Maat's airflow is super smooth. Any noise from the tank is from the coil which isn't drowning out the noise of the draw as the draw is silent, it gives a very smooth enjoyable vape. I will end with a pro and a con, having the airflow control above the base section makes it so much easier adjusting airflow while it is on your device and it moves smoothly but when adjusting i did notice the tank gets quite hot.

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    Conclusion

    This is one hyped tank that is worthy of any hype, it gives cracking flavour, silky smooth airflow and has some other great features with any cons being quite petty and/or objective. I have a Voopoo kit that i'm about to start testing which includes the Maat so this one now will be used along with other products for another week but that won't be any great hardship!

    Likes

    Excellent build quality
    Love the push button top-fill (auto springs smoothly open)
    Silky smooth airflow
    Easy airflow adjustment while on device
    Great flavour with all 3 coils
    Replace coil in seconds even with e-liquid in the tank
    Hidden juice reservoir
    Airflow is silent (can only hear coil firing)
    Innovation that improves a product
    No leaking whatsoever

    Cons

    Proprietary drip tip
    Drip tip gets in the way when using chubby bottles for filling
    With larger nozzles time needs taking when filling to avoid it getting messy (smaller nozzles are fine)
    When vaping over 70W the tank does get a bit toasty
    All coils have similar ratings would like to see a couple of coils that allow for vaping under 50W

    I would once again like to thank Thea from Voopoo for supplying the Maat Sub-ohm tank for the purpose of this review.

    VOOPOO VAPE - Spark Your Moments - Drag|Vape wholesale|Vapour cigarettes|E cigs|E cigarettes|E cigarettes supplies|The vape of young people

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  2. Vapedog

    Vapedog Super Member

    Oct 28, 2018
    Good in depth review. :thumb:
    Read elswhere its a bit more restrictive air flow than the Freemax tank. That annoyed me about the Freemax I had so I don't think I'll get a Maat based on that, less.
    But very informative review you have done.
     
  3. Tim Wiseman

    Tim Wiseman Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2017
    Bolton, England
    Yes, surprisingly it's not as restrictive as i expected but yes more so than the Freemax. With this you do have the benefit of not worrying about e-liquid escaping from the airflow slots but then the Freemax coils wicking holds the juice very well and is not a leaky tank.
     
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  4. Evesevere

    Evesevere Full Member

    Dec 5, 2017
    I will honestly say that I like this tank better than my fire Luke and my falcon. It is like the Crown Valyrian but with mesh coils.
    I do like the size of the drip tip but I
    wish that they would have included another tip or there was another way to buy the proprietary tip because you will be SOL if you break it. I am not a fan of bubble glass tanks but I decided to use it because it was already on it and it holds more juice. The tank is a total juice hog but I will say I have had no leaking issues. The falcon is a leaking machine and the fire Luke is pretty good but when the coil gets to the point where it needs replacement it leaks. Overall I am pleased with the tank and I think the flavor, cloud production, and the style is really fabulous. I have a feeling this is going to be the mesh tank that everyone will want. I remember when the fire Luke and the falcon came out and more of the boutique style brick and mortar shops that I went to only carried those two sub ohm tanks because they were the best subs. I have been squonking for two years now and I only went back to subohms because my new job does not allow for me to vape inside. So I need convenience at work.
    Also I agree that filling it is a pain in the you know what. Other than that it’s a nice tasty and cloud filled Vape even at 60 W. I also received mine with the drag 2 platinum - all I can say is that I wish they would’ve fixed the door issue as it is still wobbly and of all the mods I own ( I have close to 40 now ) The door on this mod is the absolute worst. I don’t know why they would make such a fabulous mod with a good chip and then have such a shoddy door on it. If anyone anywhere finds drip tips for this please post!!
     
  5. Vapedog

    Vapedog Super Member

    Oct 28, 2018
    Hi, yes its quite odd Voop has not addressed their battery door issues. Very odd considering there are mods out there with similar door, panel, types that dont move at all. How hard can it be? Personally I find the build qaulity of Voop mods to be shoddy. All I hear or read is "my battery door rattles and moves too much, my x217 batteries rattle, my drags paint started flaking after just a few weeks, my drag has rough edges". I wouldn't touch a Voop mod to be honest and wont even enter a comp to win a free one. Many much better mod options out there that leave Voops build qaulity in their wake.
     
  6. Evesevere

    Evesevere Full Member

    Dec 5, 2017
    I am not a fan of the mod either. I won it (was totally free and not in a waffle). I never win anything so I was kind of excited to try it. Very impressed with the tank but the mod- I will most likely give to a friend or something. The door is driving me batty and I have only been using it for less than two days. It isn’t that hard to use a stronger magnet on the darn thing. Even Vgod’s 200 pro has a better battery and that is one of the worst regulated tanks I have ever used. The only pro is no door rattle.
    Good tank though..
     
  7. Doug Saslona

    Doug Saslona New Member

    Nov 15, 2015
    my airflow ring on this tank is super loose - like super loose. any tips on tightening it?
     
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