posted on Apr, 30 2015 @ 09:11 PM
a reply to: zmajco
As far as I'm aware the only Subtank that received any criticism was the original version with it being leaky and having to swap out the chimneys when
going from pre built to the rebuildable atomizers. These flaws have been addressed in the new version, the plus V2. That's the one I have and I can
say that the O-rings are much better fitting now and are thicker too. The RBA section is now the same as the mini and the nano version too, removing
the need to swap chimneys. Mine has not leaked a single drop so far and its a breeze to rebuild the RBA deck as it's really well designed. I would
probably recommend the Subtank Mini though as the Plus, Although having massive capacity at 7ml is a 25mm design and does overhang the MVP 3.0 by 1mm
each side and the front edge. The mini on the other hand is only 23mm in diameter and fits very nicely although it does hold less juice @ 4.5 ml. Both
are very well priced for what you get in the box too! They are pretty much the go-to hybrid sub-ohm tanks for the moment at least. With the Kayfun V4
coming in very close behind. Its a really nice piece of kit, although its very expensive in comparison if you buy a genuine version and not a clone.
The Vapor shark you linked to is just the box mod and doesn't include a tank. Although it is a very good device as its based on the RDNA-40 mod.
(Available as just a circuit board and screen). That's the very latest version of it that can run temperature sensing while running Nickel coils and
they are very expensive. They do seem to work well once you get them running right, but I don't honestly think they are really worth the hype they are
getting. That's just my opinion though, at the end of the day, it's up to you to decide. As far as I'm concerned any device that gets you off tobacco
is a good thing
I would also point you to the new Innokin MVP 3 Pro that's due in early May. Fires down to 0.2 ohms and has up to 60w of power @ 9v max output. It has
a 4200mAh internal battery and is the new version of mine. The MVP 3.0. That fires down to 0.4 ohms @30w & 9v and has a 3800mAh internal battery. Both
have integrated power leads to enable charging of mini USB devices.
As I have previously mentioned I highly recommend you go to YouTube and to Pbusardo's channel. He has reviews on the RDNA-40 there so you can have a
better look at it in action, as well as a whole host of other vaping gear. (He really is a vaping guru). He also has a review in the pipeline for the
new Subtank Plus 7ml and the new MVP 3 Pro too if you want to hold out for a few weeks.
Hope that helps you out a little.
. If you need to know anything else just ask
Peace and Happy Vaping!
edit on ApruThu, 30 Apr 2015 21:46:46 -0500Thursday20152015-04-30T21:46:46-05:00k by murlock because: Misleading info.