Sub-ohm tanks are a massive trend in vaping that doesn’t seem to show any signs of slowing down, with the Kanger Subtank series (Nano reviewed here yesterday), the Joyetech Delta II and the Smok Vapor Chaser all offering sub-ohm coils that provide top-notch vapor production without the need to rebuild your own coils. The Aspire Atlantis was first on the block and was a game-changer of a device when it was first launched last November
Aspire previously announced the release of two new Atlantis tanks – the Atlantis 2 which is available to order now and the Atlantis Mega – which is due to come on sale in mid-April.
The Aspire Atlantis 2:
The Atlantis 2 improves on the older model by upping the tank capacity to 3 ml, adding 0.3 and 1.0 ohm coils (with the 0.5 ohm coil still available). The coil wicking material will be made from organic cotton. The new sub-ohm tank adss the feature of adjustable airflow holes to the drip-tip and apparently improves the main airflow control system at the base. The lower resistance coils push the cloud potential a little further (and it’s compatible with the old coils too), and the improved cotton wicks address some issues vapers had with the first version which used a ceramic material. The new airflow control in the driptip can be used is to cool down the vapour, but will also increase overall airflow.
The new Atlantis 2 will increase overall airflow with two elliptical air holes on opposite sides as oppose to one on the old Atlantis. Airflow in this thing will be massive adding an extra 9 x 2.6mm ellipse. You may also notice that the driptip will be an even wider bore at 15mm, rather than 12mm.
The question is, have Aspire missed a trick here not including an optional rebuildable deck with the Atlantis 2? Kanger now seem to have the lead on Aspire with the Subtank and Subtank Mini making this a major feature. Time will tell
The Aspire Atlantis 2 is now available to buy from Aspire direct at $45.00 here.
The Aspire Atlantis Mega:
Aspire’s Atlantis Mega is a broadly similar device to the second edition but with a larger capacity 5ml tank and extra options for airflow. The larger tank will be ideal for anyone who finds themselves going through more than 3 ml of e-liquid a day, and would appear to be a big improvement on the original edition, which only had room for 2 ml of liquid. Here’s the kicker though, the diameter of the tank has been increased to a ridiculously huge 30mm to allow for the extra tank capacity
The CF Maxx:
The Mega is released alongside the CF Maxx, a variable wattage mod (5-50 watts) which also has a 30 mm diameter, making the two work well together from an aesthetic perspective. It’s capacity is 3000mAh and comes in black.
The CF Maxx will ship 20th April.