Anyvape Segatank Intro
In this review we take a look at the top filling Anvape Segatank. The Segatank is a top filling sub ohm tank and uses Aspire Atlantis coil heads. It also comes with an impressive RBA section and extra pre-made coils and cotton.
The Segatank looks similar to the Kanger Subtank, but with the capability of being top filled and uses Atlantis coils!
We were kindly sent some samples to review by Oliver at Anyvape, so a big thank you to him for sending us those.
For more information on all the sub ohm tanks on the market checkout our comprehensive sub ohm tank article.
Anyvape Segatank Specs and Features
- 1 x Anyvape Sega Tank
- 1 x Atlantis BVC Coil – 0.5ohm
- 1 x RDA Coil
- 1 x DIY Kit (screwdriver, cotton, coil)
- 1 x eGo adaptor
- 1 x Instruction
- Price: $37.99
- Wattage Range: 20-30W
- Tank Capacity: 4.5ml
- Coils Available: 0.5ohm Aspire Atlantis Coils
- Wicking material: Ceramic paper wrapped in organic cotton (new Aspire coils I believe will be 100% cotton)
- RBA: RBA section included in the kit
- Diameter: 22mm
Vaping the Anyvape Segatank 0.5 Ohm Coil
20W – Not much vapor and flavor at 20W
25W – More flavor and better vapor
30W – A much warmer vape and good flavor
I’d vape this tank and the 0.5ohm coil from Aspire at 30W.
Top Filling Capability
For me this is the stand out feature of this tank. Currently there are only two sub ohm tanks that can be top filled (that I am aware of), the Anyvape Segatank and the Crown Tank by Uwell. The Segatank top comes off really easily and can then be refilled from the top. This saves you having to take the tank off your mod and unscrew the bottom part. Often when unscrewing the bottom I will get a bit of e-liquid leakage, so having the capability to refill from the top, is very neat and a big positive. I can’t understand why more clearomizers don’t have this feature!
The Anyvape Segatank also did not ever leak on us, which was a positive.
RBA Section Included
So many of the sub ohm tanks we have reviewed recently have not had an RBA section included. It was great to see that with the Segatank you get that RBA section. This will no doubt be much appreciated by many vapers who like making their own coils.
The RBA itself, works great and the juice flow holes are a bit bigger than those on the RBA of the Kanger Subtank Mini. This means you won’t have too many issues with dry hits if you wick your coils correctly. The kit also comes with three pre-made coils for the RBA section, as well as a good amount of organic cotton and a mini screwdriver.
All in the all the RBA section, extra coils and cotton provided, make for a great addition to this tank and make it a stand out feature from the other sub ohm tanks.
Note: The RBA section unfortunately does not work with the Aspire Atlantis tank.
Vapor and Flavor
I am not going to go into too much detail on this, as the Anyvape Segatank uses the Aspire Atlantis 0.5ohm coil heads. The flavor and vapor on those coils heads is relatively decent. The older Aspire coils did feature this mystery ceramic material, which I wasn’t a fan of, but the newer ones are now 100% cotton. I have to say though, coming back to the Atlantis coils, was a bit of a shock. Having tried some newer sub ohm tanks like the Freemax Starre, Herakles and the Crown by Uwell, the Aspire coils are really a bit of a let-down flavor wise. I mean they are still pretty good, but not on the same level as those tanks mentioned above. I’ll be interested to see what the new Atlantis 2 coils with the 100% cotton have in store.
I am hoping the new Atlantis 2 coils will be backwards compatible and will thus fit in the Segatank as well, as this will add a wider range of coils to this tank. Currently there is only the 0.5ohm coil by Aspire, but they plan on launching a 0.3ohm and a 1ohm coil as well. This will provide vapers with some more options and a wider wattage range for the Aspire coils.
The air flow system is a bit different to other airflows I have come across on other sub ohm tanks, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The airflow itself actually works quite well, albeit doesn’t provide quite as much airflow, as some of the recent sub ohm tanks we have tested. The airflow instead of being on the side of the tank, is actually underneath it. The only issue I have, is that it is quite tricky to see what airflow setting you are on, as the writing at the bottom isn’t very big. The Roman numerals are written in quite a small font, so you have to look closely to see what airflow you are on. It isn’t anything major, but a little thing that could be improved upon.
This comes down to personal opinion and honestly I myself wasn’t the biggest fan of the looks of the Segatank. It isn’t terrible, but I would have preferred something a bit more sleek and elegant without the big writing on the top of the tank. Some people I am sure will like the looks on this one, but in my opinion it is a bit “love it or hate it”. I do have to say though, that the Segatank does come in a nice range of different colors, so you can get a nice pink one if you want!
Tank Came Dirty
This was a bit annoying, as I have read that this was also the case with one or two other reviewers. The tank itself came well packaged, but the whole tank looked quite dirty. I am not sure whether it is machine oil or something else, but we gave the tank a good clean before using it as it was noticeably dirty.
Tricky to Take Apart and Put Back Together
I found the Segatank a little tricky to take apart and put back together. The base at the bottom to grip when unscrewing the bottom of the tank, is not very big and difficult to get a grip of. Also when putting back on the top lid, we constantly had tiny gape between the pyrex glass and the top cap. I think this was down to the o-rings shifting slightly when putting it back together.
Also don’t screw the Segatank too hard onto the top of your mod. We couldn’t get our Segatank off the mod at one stage, as the bottom part of the tank was left screwed onto the mod very tightly and it was very difficult to remove.
I really like the top filling function on this tank and the fact that it comes with an RBA section and some extra coils and cotton. It vapes pretty well on the Aspire coils it comes with and the RBA section works well. However, I was slightly disappointed with the fact the tank came quite dirty and I found it a little tricky to take apart and put back together.
Flavor wise the Aspire Atlantis coils just don’t cut it for me anymore, having tried so many of the newer sub ohm tanks, which in my opinion provide much better flavor. I would recommend using the RBA section and making your own coils on the Segatank as this will provide better flavor and will give you more control over your vape.
If you are looking for a reasonably priced sub ohm tank, with top filling capability and that comes with an RBA section, then I can definitely recommend the Segatank by Anyvape. It is also a good choice for lower wattage devices such as the iStick 30 and 50W, as you will not need too much power for this tank, which is also another positive.
Be sure to also check out our Crown sub ohm tank by Uwell review, which is another sub ohm tank with top filling capability that fires at a much higher wattage than the Anyvape Segatank.