Brands - L to Z
Here are all the tanks from Lrider, and Smok (Smoktech)
Review: Lrider Glory Tank
Lrider created the Lavatube and Lambo line of vaporizers. They are the originals, the innovators. Nothing is more flattering than being copied -- and they have been copied to the 'nth' degree. Now they expand into their own line of high end clearomizers with one of the most outstanding flavor delivery system to date.
Review: Sense Herakles
Our thanks to Total Evapes & Coffee for providing the Sense Herakles for testing and review. This is an excellent sub-ohm tank that comes pre-installed with an 0.6 ohm resistance coil and an extra 0.2 ohm coil in the box. With a massive 5 ml capacity and leak-proof design, it's a tank that lasts and lasts, renders incredible flavor and clouds.
Review: Smok VCT
We vapers are fortunate these days. Tanks like the Smok Vapor Chaser (VCT) are providing us with generous liquid capacity, extreme flavor rendition, and incredible cloud generation. Smok call their new tank "VCT" which means Vapor Chaser Tank ... and it truly is.
Review: Smok GCT
Our thanks to Canvape for providing the Smok GCT for testing and review. Hot on the heels of its VCT tank (Vaper's Cloud Tank), Smok releases the GCT (Gimlet Cloud Tank). Don't confuse this with the Gimlet Giant Tank, the GCT is sub-ohm and includes pure Nickel wire coils.
Review: Smok VCT Pro
The Smok VCT Pro, according to Smoktech, is an upgrade to the Smok VCT. Upgrades include a larger tank capacity of 5 ML and a new style of sub-ohm coil.
Review: Uwell Crown
Our thanks to Canvape for providing the Uwell Crown for testing and review. The Uwell Crown tank is available in two colors: black and brushed stainless steel. It is well packaged with a total of three coils, spare silicone seals, manual ... and a superb top filling design.