Esige Everest Intro
In this article we take a look at the new Everest sub ohm tank by Esigetech. I haven’t heard much about Esigetech before and they are a pretty new company. They sell a range of sub ohm tanks and box mods.
Thanks to Anna for sending us a few products to review!
The Everest sub ohm tank is a top filling sub ohm tank with a 6ml tank capacity, wide dual air flow, easy coil swap system, as well as having a good selection of coils and a RBA section.
Esige Everest Specs and Features
- 1 x Everest tank
- 1 x Dual Coil 0.2ohm
- 1 x Single Coil 0.3ohm
- 1 x User Manual
- Price: $?
- Wattage Range: 20-80W
- Tank Capacity: 6ml
- Coils Available: 0.2 or 0.6ohm dual coils, dual coil Ni200 0.15ohm, 0.3ohm single coil and an RBA
- Wicking material: 100% Organic Japanese Cotton
- RBA: RBA available (doesn’t come with the kit)
- Diameter: 22mm
Vaping the Everest 0.3ohm coil (50 -60W)
- 20W – Not much only a whisp of vapor
- 30W – Little bit of cool vapor and minimal flavor
- 40W – More vapor and the flavor is starting to come through although not fully developed
- 50W – More flavor and bigger clouds. Still a pretty cool vape – nice flavor
- 60W – Great flavor now and a nice warmish vape. Not too hot like some tanks which was great! The clouds aren’t quite as big as tanks like the Matrix, High Voltage etc.
- 70W – Burnt hit at 70W! So don’t go above the recommended
Our sweet spot for this coil was at 60W, which was a nice luke warm vape which wasn’t too hot.
Vaping the Everest 0.2ohm dual coil (70-80W recommended)
We used our IPV 4 mod for this coil.
- 50W – Already quite a warm vapor and ok clouds. Decent flavor. You can already tell that the dual coils are a lot warmer!
- 60W – Really nice flavor now and a warm vapor
- 70W – Fantastic flavor, but getting too hot for my liking! The tank gets really hot, but the flavor is outstanding, up there with the Freemax Starre and Crown!
- 80W – The drip tip gets roasting hot very quickly, so I can’t vape the Everest at this wattage. No burnt hits though which is good.
Our Sweet spot for this 0.2 ohm dual coil is around 60-65W, as above that it gets too warm. We really loved the flavor though!
Big Air Flow
The air flow on the Everest tank is up there with some of the biggest air flow sub ohm tanks. It features dual air flow slots on either side of the tank. It is similar to the Matrix when you have the drip tip air flow open. With the drip tip air flow shut, it is similar to the Crown and the Freemax Starre.
The Everest sub ohm tank can be filled from the top through two little holes. You will need a pipette or e-liquid bottle with a thin tip to do so, but the system works well. One thing we noticed was that you can’t get the full 6ml if you fill the tank from the top. If you want the full 6ml you will need to fill it through the bottom.
6ml Tank Capacity
As mentioned above to get the full 6ml capacity you will need to fill this tank from the bottom. The 6ml capacity is in my opinion really good, as the coil will get through plenty of e-juice.
At 60W the flavor was best on the 0.3ohm single coil. We thought the flavor was even better on the 0.2ohm dual coil at 60W, but above that wattage, the vape was too hot. The flavor on the 0.2ohm coil was up there with some of our favorite sub ohm tanks so far: Crown, Freemax Starre and the Herakles! If you want a cooler vape then I would recommend the 0.3ohm single coil.
Removable Drip Tip with Additional Air Flow
The drip tip is removable, so you can use other drip tips that you may have lying around. The Everest drip tip also has an auxiliary air flow feature which can be opened and closed easily. When using the 0.2ohm dual coil, I would definitely recommend keeping the drip tip air flow open to keep the drip tip from getting too hot. We like this feature and it works well.
Easy Swap System
Similar to iSub G, the Everest has an easy coil swap system. This means you can remove the base of the tank without opening the tank itself and easily remove the coil. This worked well , apart from the fact there was a little build-up of e-juice at the lowermost piece of the tank that you screw off.
Coils and RBA
We didn’t get to try the RBA section, but there is one available for this tank, which is a positive. There are also a good number of different pre-made coils available to use, which again is a plus.
RBA Not Included in Kit
I would like to see the RBA section featured as part of the kit in the future.
E-Juice Build Up in the Clear Drip Tip and at the Bottom of the Tank
The drip tip is see-through and it looks great. However, after a big vaping session you get a little bit of juice build up in the drip tip. It isn’t anything major but it takes away from the looks of the tank and will need cleaning every now and then with a qu-tip.
Tight Air Flow Ring
Adjusting the main air flow is slightly difficult. It is quite tight, meaning that when the tank is on a box mod, it is a little bit tricky to move it into place.
Overall we were really impressed with this sub ohm tank. We hadn’t heard anything about Esigetech before, but they have produced a great sub ohm tank. The Everest’s stand out features, are its top fill capability, easy coil swap system, 6ml tank capacity, great variety of coils, RBA and fantastic flavor.
Flavor wise the 0.2ohm dual coil was up there with some of our top sub ohm tanks, like the Crown by Uwell and Freemax Starre. However if you want massive clouds the Everest isn’t for you, as the clouds weren’t as big as tanks like the Matrix and High Voltage.
Overall if you want a good sub ohm tank with plenty of features and a big tank with lovely flavor then the Everest sub ohm tank by Esige is a great choice!
I haven’t been able to find the Everest in any US shops so far. There is a German store for German vapers called e-smokey24 that is stocking the tank, but apart from that I couldn’t find anything. I am sure it will not be long until some shops stock this sub ohm tank, as it really does perform well!