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[–] localbum 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Aspire BVC / BDC $6 - $10 Review
  • Notes: Abundant! These are everywhere, from gas stations to vape shops to about every place you can look online. Cheap cheap cheap is the name of the game here, coil heads are cheap as well - because of this product's age. Not for getting super lung hits or blasting fat clouds out into the room, but it should be enough to get even the two, three pack a day smoker to make the switch.

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[–] localbum 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Aspire Nautilus Mini $30 - $35 Review
  • Notes: Decent vape with an abundance of gizmos and toys to make your life easier. Metal sleeved tank replacements are a must if you've got butterfingers! Coils last longer than any BVC/BDC out there, producing clean, thick vape that satisfies. Easy peasy to pull 'er apart and clean 'er up, doesn't leak, and is pretty much at the top of the food chain when it comes to newer, beginner-level tanks. Can't go wrong with the Nautilus. The Mini fits most pen style batteries with a better aesthetic than the original.

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[–] NewFatMike [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Can you separate it into separate posts for each tank? That would be awesome! That way it'll keep conversation focused on each model.

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[–] localbum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

No prob. Consider it done.

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[–] mtbakervapor 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'd recommend the Nautilus Mini. Pretty sure that tank has helped more people get of cigs than any other in the history of vaping.

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[–] localbum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Of all those I listed, so would I. Good call.

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[–] localbum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Kangertech Aerotank $20 - $25 Review
  • Notes: Kangertech's venture into increased airflow and bigger, more impressive vapor production started with this guy. It's satisfying and functional, coil heads aren't going to break your wallet, and it holds a substantial amount of juice. If you need to feel a little less like you're sucking a milkshake through a straw, this one's got an adjustable airflow and it's probably your best bet.

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[–] localbum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Anyvape Davide (Aspire and/or Kanger vers.) $10 - $15 Review 1 Review 2
  • Notes: This beautiful tank comes in two varieties - Aspire and Kanger. I heavily recommend the Aspire version. That version doesn't cost you very much more (maybe a dollar or two) and comes with two additional pieces- a spacer ring and a white plastic grommet that closes off the juice feed a little to accomodate the Aspire BVC coil heads. Assemble it without that spacer and grommet and throw an older, single coil Kanger head in there and it'll work just fine. With the bigger Kanger dual coil heads, use the spacer ring and not the grommet and you're still working. I considered this thing the Swiss Army Knife of beginner tanks, and used it for a very, very long time. Much bigger tank capacity than anything else that was out that didn't have 'Protank' printed on it.