Brands - I to K
Here are tanks from iJoy, Innokin, Joyetech, and Kanger
Review: iJoy Acme L
Our thanks to Everzon for sending us the iJoy Acme L tank to test and review. There aren't many top filling and top air flow clearomizers available -- and this one is just superb. It's a flavor machine and a cloud beast.
Review: iJoy Acme Vape
Our thanks to Everzon for providing the iJoy Acme Vape clearomizer for testing and review. The iJoy Acme Vape tank is a new design that is patent pending. Air flow is through the top with the air flow chimney having two parts, one for the air flow going into the tank to the coil, and a second channel for the air flow returning from the coil and up through the drip tip. It sounds complicated, but it really is quite simple and effective. The air flow is adjustable with an air flow control ring with very large dual slots.
Review: Innokin iClear 30b
The iClear 30B is built in the quality tradition of Innokin. This has an unusual color pattern that sits nicely on a range of personal vaporizers and advanced personal vaporizers. At 19 mm, it is a perfect add on.
Review: Innokin iClear 30s
The iClear line of clearomizers should be bar at which all other cleareomizers are measured. My overall favourite is the iClear 16 with top coil and four wicks. Yes, it is older technology, but it is also leak-free, easy to fill from the top, outstanding flavor ... when I first heard about the iClear 30, I figured it would be a bigger version (and I guess the initial version was). But the iClear 30s raises the bar again. It is also top loading ... has no visible wicks, is easy to fill, and the flavor is incredible ...
Review: Joyetech Delta II
During 2014, Joyetech seemed to be in melt-down mode. Products seemed rushed to market and quality just wasn't up to par. I had not expected to be reviewing any other Joyetech products. Word on the street, though, is that Joyetech is back to working within industry standards with innovation at the forefront again. So, we look at the Joyetech Delta II ... join us in exploring if Joyetech is back in the game ...
Review: Joyetech ECA
The Joyetech ECA long tube (Type A) is designed specifically for the Joyetech eVic. Canvape.com provided this ECA long tube version for testing with the other accessories they provided for the eVic reviews. My thanks to Canvape.com. This article also covers the Joyetech ECA short tube (Type B) that can be used with any 510 threaded advanced personal vaporizer -- suited for those that are 18350/18500/18650 in size (because of the diameter).
Review: Kanger Aerotank
Smooth, really smooth. The Kanger Aerotank is a new breed of clearomizers that are rock solid, drip and leak free. With the Aerotank, you get to "dial-in" your own preference for air flow.
Review: Kanger Aerotank V2
The original Kanger Aerotank was one of the first to feature adjustable air flow. It featured a new coil from KangerTech, a Bottom Dual Coil, that rendered flavor exceptionally well. This new Aerotank V2 enhances the air flow feature in a great looking clearomizer.
Review: Kanger Aerotank Mega
Thanks to NYX E-Cigs for providing this Aerotank Mega for review. This brand new unit from Kanger features "version 2" of the Kanger air flow system. The Aerotank Mega has a 3.8 ml capacity as advertised and also features the new Kanger bottom dual coil.
Review: Kanger EMOW Mega
Kanger continues on its development cycle to innovate clearomizers. The EMOW Mega is a painted stainless steel tank with a capacity of approximately 2 ml. It uses the new Kanger Bottom Dual Coil (BDC) getting renowned for its flavor -- and of course, continues on the path of the adjustable air flow bases.
Review: Kanger Genitank
The Kanger Genitank series is a lower cost alternative to the Kanger Aerotank, featuring the same coil and glass tank at roughly 30% less than the cost of the Aerotank.
Review: Kangertech Subtank Mini
The Kangertech Subtank is far more than evolution of clearomizers. It's revolutionary. Kangertech describe it as a "hybrid". Frankly, it's an unusual clearomizer with an included base and top that converts it from a convenience tank using Japanese Cotton in its coils to an RTA -- a Rebuildable Tank Atomizer. The convenience of pre-built coils or do-it-yourself coils.