Apollo Pulsar tank review | The tank you’ve been looking for…

We have a look at a new sub ohm tank by Apollo, a company most popular for making e-cigarettes. Is it too late, or is this going to be the end-all-be-all of sub ohm tanks?

Apollo-Pulsar sub ohm tank

Apollo Pulsar Intro

If you thought we would stop seeing new sub ohm tanks coming out, then let me stop you right there. Apollo, a company better known for making e-cigarettes, is taking a leap into the vape game. I hope they realize how much competition is in this market, can they even compete?

In this review, we will be having a look at their new sub ohm tank called the Pulsar. First I will give you my thoughts on the tank itself. Then I will have a vape, and talk about it’s performance.

Price: $29.95 at Apolloecigs.com

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Apollo Pulsar Gallery

Apollo Pulsar Specs and Features

Kit Content

  • PULSAR Sub-Ohm 4.0ml Capacity Tank
  • 0.5 Ω Clapton Coil (30-80W)
  • 1.0Ω Clapton Coil (30-160W)
  • Extra O-Ring
  • User Manual


  • Air flow control on the base and drip tip
  • Liquid flow control
  • Top filling
  • 4.0ml e-liquid capacity
  • Dual layer 510 drip tip
  • Coil head resistances: 0.5Ω and 0.2Ω with clapton coils available
  • Organic cotton coils
  • 510 Threading


Apollo-Pulsar sub ohm tank

Another sub ohm tank? I know right, but let’s give this one a shot. So far, I think the Pulsar looks great in black, almost reminiscent of the original Uwell Crown. It actually feels very sturdy in my hand, there’s a substantial weight to it. The Apollo Pulsar ain’t no toy, it feels like the real deal.

With a 4mL juice capacity, top-fill and the ability to change coils easily without touching the juice, the Apollo Pulsar is actually a contender. The question remains, how does it vape, and more importantly, does it leak? Time to pop in a .5 ohm clapton coil head and take it for a vape….


Apollo-Pulsar sub ohm tank

I’m very impressed with these coils. They have an interesting look to them, the cotton is on the outside which allows them to wick almost instantaneously, unlike most traditional coils where the wicking material is concealed by a small, metal shell. They are also .5 ohm claptons, yea buddy!

The flavor I am getting off this tank is up there with any good sub ohm tank I have used including the Kanger Subtank and the Uwell Crown. I have not experienced any leakage thus far, it’s been a bone dry experience. The top fill is a breeze and the coils were easy to replace.


  • Sturdy feel
  • Easy to fill
  • Good flavor/vapor production
  • Coils wick very well
  • 4mL capacity
  • Juice flow control


  • Uses proprietary coil heads only available from Apollo
  • No RBA option
  • Not a very well-known brand


Overall, I would say this is an excellent option. My experience with it has been nothing but positive. I wish the coil heads were available everywhere, but since Apollo is still a lesser-known brand, so I have to order them straight from their website. Other then that, no complaints here.

At 50 watts, I am getting such great flavor that it makes me wonder why I still use RDA’s and RTA’s. I still love the option of being able to rebuilding and rewicking, but for somebody who doesn’t, or is just having a lazy day, the Apollo Pulsar delivers great flavor and clouds for days.

I would recommend the Apollo Pulsar for anybody who doesn’t just blindly follow the trends, and wants a dependable sub ohm tank. I often ask myself why companies still make products like these, but the Pulsar is the answer. A perfect tank for newbies, yet good enough for a pro….

Have you tried the Apollo Pulsar sub ohm tank? What did y’all think? Leave us a comment!

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Dave Kriegel
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Dave has always had a passion for helping people quit smoking. As a former smoker himself, he knew how hard it could be. As soon as he learned about vaping, he instantly became obsessed with it and helped many people stop smoking. Vaping360 has given Dave a platform to do this on a much larger scale, by educating the public about the wonders of vaping. When Dave is not writing he is either listening to music, performing it, or cruising around on his Penny board.
  • AndrewD

    From the description it sounds like a cross between a Crown and an Ultimo. How does it compare to the Ultimo (one of my personal favs)?

    One question… the kit contents says it comes with a 1ohm coil that’s 30-160w(!). It seems like it might be a typo since at the top of the range it would need over 12v which I’m not sure any mod can actually attain (right now).