We have noticed that the Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank has been getting a lot of favourable ink in reviews lately so we decided we needed to check it out ourselves. We don’t need much of an excuse to do a little vaping anyway so it worked for us nicely. The Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank is known for having a large wattage range and a lot of excellent features. It is designed with some nice air flow features too and there is just a lot overall to like about this subtank. Let’s take a little closer look at it and see if there might be enough you like about it to try it yourself.
Key Features and Specifications
Here is what we thought the highlights of the Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank were:
- Large capacity 4.5 ml tank
- Produced noticeably massive clouds
- Great all-around air flow, even at the drip tip
- Aesthetically pleasing
- A lot of stainless steel components
- Quality construction
- 100% US made Japanese cotton coils
- Easy to take apart, clean and then refill
Some of the main specifications of this nice little subtank are as follows:
- Large 30 watt – 100 watt range
- Reservoir capacity = 4.5 ml
- 2 ohm vertical coil is included
- 100% Japanese Organic Cotton wicking material
- No rebuilding kit is available
- Sleek 22 mm diameter
The kit on this one basically contains just the Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank itself, two 2 ohm replacement coils and the owner’s manual and user guide.
The aesthetics of this device jumped out at us the second the box was opened. The Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank has a simple but elegant design that is appealing to say the last. We also noticed right away the large amount of air flow holes that were all over the device; since we like a cooler vaping experience we really like that about this subtank. It was a simple kit to say the least, but like us, most people care more about what the vaping experience is like with a device than if they have to go to the tool drawer to get out a mini screwdriver to install a subtank. We also are big into subtanks that have adjustable air features too and the Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank did not disappoint here either.
When we looked at the squared shaped Japanese wicks we knew from experience that we were in for a good vaping experience. Every single model subtank that featured these had a better flavour and vapour cloud than any of the older models we tried with ceramic/cotton wicking combinations. Any device that has these has a better chance of being pleasant to use than models with other types of wicking.
We are getting excited but before we can vape there are still some things to tell you, such as that the subtank was very easy to take apart and put back together. This will certainly help when it comes to cleaning, general maintenance, changing parts and filling.
Giving It a Test Run
Ok enough waiting around, it’s time to get to the good stuff. The Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank was easy to install and did not disappoint us at all here except for the fact that at least a small attempt at an RBA possibility might have been nice. The design looked great on any box mod we tried it on and it was not overly bulky or heavy.
Ok it came time to take the first hit and we were amazed at the size of the first vapour cloud we exhaled. Those individuals that like big clouds will love this device. It was the type of heavy hit that would make you want to use only low nicotine levels with it for sure. We also experienced some very warm vapours after the 80 watts of resistance mark.
We found that we got the best vaping experience between the 70 watt and 75 watt range; here the vapour was cool and the flavour was truly excellent. The Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank was really worth the wait to try and so far it is working completely as advertised. It was a great vaping experience to say the least.
If you are into big clouds and a generous amount of flavour then the Vision MK Sub Ohm Tank may be perfect for you. It is an easy device to install and maintain and it looks great on just about any box mod that you want to install it on.