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Vape Tanks

Having a high-quality vape tank is an essential part of creating a one-of-a-kind vape experience. These play a very important role in creating both excellent flavour and the clouds that vaping is known for.

For this reason, we stock some of the finest vape tanks available in the world of vaping – the Nvee Pro Tank and the Nvee Pro II Tank. Regardless of whether you enjoy sub-ohm vaping or MTL (mouth-to-lung) vaping, we’ve got you covered. The Nvee Pro Tank is a sub-ohm tank that promises maximum flavour and huge vapour production at a price you really can’t beat. Cleverly designed, this sub-ohm tank has a clear glass window, allowing you to easily see how much e-liquid you have left.

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We also have the Nvee Pro II Tank which comes with a 0.7 ohm and 1.6 ohm coil for delicious drags of flavour. This e-cig atomizer is ideal for vapers who have just made the transition from smoking to vaping. The 0.7 ohm coil will produce a looser, more airy MTL vape with a moderate amount of vapour production, whereas the 1.6 ohm coil will produce a much tighter MTL vape with discreet vapour. There simply isn’t a better MTL vape tank around.

If you want to get the most out of your e-liquid, look no further than these fantastic atomizers!

Jucce Vape Tanks

Tanks are one of the most important parts of any vape kit. A vape tank is a glass or metal chamber that holds e-liquid and houses the atomizer coil of a vaping device. The tank is attached to the battery and provides power to heat the coil, which in turn vaporises the e-liquid. Vape tanks come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colours, and can be customised with different coils and airflow options to suit the vaper’s preferences.

The atomizer (also known as the atomizer head) typically sits in the middle of the tank and is composed of the coil and a wicking material. Due to TPD regulations, tanks are allowed a maximum of a 2ml capacity, regardless of whether they are MTL tanks or sub-ohm tanks.

Depending on what type of tank you opt for, it will have very different design elements and features, making it important to know your stuff about tanks.

Sub-ohm Tanks

Sub-ohm tanks are one of the most common types of tanks available. These atomizers require lower-resistance coils, which means coils with a 1.0 ohm resistance or lower. The lower the resistance, the lower the ohms, which means bigger cloud production. The mouth pieces on sub-ohm tanks are wider to allow for easier inhalation of the larger amounts of e-liquid being vaporised. Sub-ohm vape devices operate at much higher power outputs and require high VG e-liquids.

MTL Tanks

MTL e-cig tanks refer to those that are designed for a mouth-to-lung inhale, which means taking a drag from the tank and holding the vapour in your mouth before inhaling it into your lungs. This is similar to how you would smoke a cigarette. MTL atomizers tend to have a narrower airflow design and use higher resistance coils to produce that tighter drag. This results in less vapour, but tends to produce a more intense flavour. These tanks are often used by beginner vapers or those who are trying to quit smoking cigarettes.

RBAs (Rebuildable Atomizers)

Rebuildable tanks are typically used by more advanced vapers, as they require a fair bit of knowledge and understanding of how vaping works. There are a few different types or rebuildables such as RDA, RTA and even RDTA, each of which is very different to the others. RDA stands for rebuildable dripping atomizers, and these require you to build your coil in a way that allows you to drip your e-liquid onto the coil. RTA stands for rebuildable tank atomizers, and these are more traditional style tanks. You can use either pre-built coils or handmade coils with this vape tank, the latter being the more difficult option. However, the upside is that rebuildables offer far more freedom, creativity and flexibility to help you really create a personalised vape experience.

FAQs

What is an atomizer?

An atomizer is the part of a vape that heats up the e-liquid and turns it into vapour. Atomizers consist of a coil that is heated by electricity from the battery that’s connected to it. Regardless of whether you are using a vape tank, a rebuildable such as an RTA or RDA or even a vape pod, the role of the atomizer stays the same. The coil is wrapped in a material called wicking, which absorbs the e-liquid and delivers it to the coil. Atomizers can be disposable or rebuildable. Disposable atomizers are designed to be used for a short period of time and then thrown away. Rebuildable atomizers allow the user to replace the coil and wicking material themselves, which can save them money in the long run.

One of the best features of atomizers that are made today is that the majority of them feature a 510 connector. This means that when you buy a vape kit, you can replace the atomizer that comes with it with almost any on the market that has a 510 connector thread, which allows for almost endless customisation opportunities.

How do I know when it's time to replace my vape tank?

If you're a vape user, it's important to know when it's time to replace your vape tank. While tanks can last for a long time, the time may come for the tank to be replaced. Here are some signs that it might be time to get a new vape tank:

● Your vape tank is cracked or damaged.

● Your vape tank is leaking.

● You're not getting as much vapour from your tank as you used to.

If you notice any of these signs, it's probably time to get a new vape tank. Tanks do have long lifetimes, so the most common reason for needing a replacement is damage (for example, if it is dropped and the 510 thread connector is damaged causing it not to work anymore).

Do vape tanks fit any mod?

The vast majority of tanks on the market will fit on any mod that has a 510 connector. However, there are some devices that use proprietary tank connections, so you’ll need to check compatibility before buying a tank. When it comes to finding the right tank for your mod, the options are nearly endless as there are dozens of different tank designs, materials and sizes to choose from.

● Your vape tank is cracked or damaged.

● Your vape tank is leaking.

● You're not getting as much vapour from your tank as you used to.

If you notice any of these signs, it's probably time to get a new vape tank. Tanks do have long lifetimes, so the most common reason for needing a replacement is damage (for example, if it is dropped and the 510 thread connector is damaged causing it not to work anymore).

Why do vape tanks only have a 2ml capacity?

There are a few reasons why vape tanks are only available in 2ml capacities. One reason is that many countries have laws regulating the maximum amount of nicotine that can be contained in a vape product. Since vape tanks can hold a lot of liquid, limiting them to 2ml ensures that they don't exceed the legal nicotine limit.

 

Another reason is that vape tanks are designed to be refilled frequently. If they held more liquid, it would be difficult to refill them without making a mess. Additionally, larger vape tanks can be heavier and more difficult to carry around. Overall, the 2ml size strikes a happy balance between convenience, portability and safety.

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Free Delivery: We use Royal Mail 2nd Class Recorded Delivery for all UK deliveries. You can expect delivery of your order within 3-5 working days but this can be longer at exceptionally busy or particular times.

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