OFRF calls this the first “conical sub ohm tank,” featuring a funnel-like coil instead of the common cylindrical design. That coil design is meant to increase flavor by allowing airflow to hit more of the mesh coil on the way up due to the top portion slanting in.
The nexMESH Sub Ohm Tank is listed as a 25 mm tank meant for big direct lung hits. It comes with two mesh-coils: a 0.20-ohm A1 nexMESH conical coil (pre-installed), and a 0.15-ohm SS 316L conical coil. It has a 4 mL standard capacity, and it comes with a 5.5 mL bubble glass.
The nexMESH Sub Ohm tank is primarily made of stainless steel and it weighs about 70 grams. It’s pretty much the same size as the Falcon and slightly larger than the Crown IV.
OFRF says they use a “twin absorption” wicking system of two layers of cotton that’s supposed to wick quickly and stay wet. Those wicks are fed juice from four generous wick slots, measuring 4 mm x 8 mm. The result is fast wicking and minimal flavor carry-over. In contrast, I clocked the Horizon Falcon’s wicking at three minutes. That’s twice as long as the nexMESH Sub Ohm Tank’s coils.
This tank offers top filling design for ease of use, and offers two airflow controlling methods, making it compatible with both MTL and DTL vaping to satisfy all sorts of users.
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