Vape tanks take different shapes and sizes. The tank you choose is also responsible for giving you either a thick cloud and smooth inhale or a discrete cloud and strong throat hit. Finding the best vape tank for you is important, whether you are an MTL vaper or a DL dabbler.
In this best vape tank guide we take you through some of the top tanks. We know what is important in a tank, no leaks, the right level of cloud, flavour, to name just a few.
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Kicking things off with the Aspire Nautilus GT tank. High end manufacturer, Taifun collabed with Aspire to produce the ultimate mouth lung tank. It is leak resistant, super easy to use and takes the tried and tested Nautilus coils. The top filling system is a little more fiddly than other tanks, but we still think it is one of the best vape tanks.
The TFV16 Lite tank by SMOK is an affordable TFV tank, using mesh coils for longer life and better flavour. This cloud tank is easy to use and has a mess free top fill system.
The Falcon 2 tank isn’t the latest release, however, it is still regarded as the best tank for flavour across sub ohm vapers. The build quality is top notch and the coil performance is impressive. Tank filling can be a little more fiddly than some of your SMOK tanks, but it still remains a best seller for flavour and performance.
This tank was originally bundled with the Nunchaku 2 kit, but later was released as a standalone product. The Nunchaku 2 could be likened to the performance of the Falcon 2, but slightly cheaper, making it one of the best vape tanks.
Coils are simple to install with a push-fit system so there is no worry of cross threading a coil onto its base. You fill the tank using the top cap, which only needs a quarter turn to open, which makes it easier to fill however it will also be more prone to accidentally coming off.
The Vinci PnP tank by Voopoo uses the coils of the same name. This is ideal if you like your pod kit but want to use those coils with a larger battery mod. Downside would be the bottom fill makes it more prone to leaking. However, it is the cheapest sub ohm tank on the market, coming in at just £9.99.
The Zenith Pro is the best vape tank for someone who wants to vape both MTL and DTL style. This is due to the fact it is compatible with both the Zenith and the Zlide coils. A real selling point for those who like the option of either cloud or higher nicotine juices and a more discrete vape.
The coils thread directly onto the battery using the 510 thread, so you get a new set of threads every time you install a new coil. Tanks which don’t have this feature often have a common failure point here.
The Dovpo Blotto is our most popular rebuildable tank at the moment. It has a spare glass as well as a tool to help you to build coils with ease. It is designed for dual coils, but you can also build singles. If you are into cloud and flavour production then this tank is impressive. Only issue we came across was that the rubber o rings holding the glass in place are a little loose and can slip when accessing the build deck.
The Dead Rabbit V2 RTA is designed for dual coil builds. It uses a top airflow system to minimise leakage, however this design does slightly mute the flavour. We do however love how simple it is to build on making it into our best vape tanks guide.
The Odan Evo is the latest sub ohm tank by Aspire. It has impressive coil life from mesh coils, bottom airflow and a top filling system. This is a really easy tank to use and it looks great too.
The latest update to the TFV8 Mini tank by SMOK is the TFV Mini V2 which uses a whole new coil system which offers options for mesh single, dual or triple coils. It is very simple to use, with bottom airflow and easy to access top filling.
There you have our 10 best vape tanks that you’ll love whether you are a DL vaper chasing cloud or MTL vaper finding the perfect throat hit and flavour.