FreeMax Starre Pure Sub-Ohm Tank Preview

The FreeMax Starre Pure is a top-airflow sub-ohm tank that has a surprising amount of vapor production and unique hybrid coils that use a ceramic sleeve.

FreeMax Starre Pure stainless steel
FreeMax Starre Pure stainless steel

Pure As the Driven Snow

The FreeMax Starre Pure is a relatively large sub-ohm tank with a unique hybrid coil. The coil mixes a standard wick-and-wire setup and encloses it in a ceramic cup to enhance flavor. Beyond that, the atomizer uses a top-airflow design and high-end materials. According to FreeMax, the tank only uses “medical standard and food grade material.” Here’s a closer look at the FreeMax Starre Pure sub-ohm tank.

FreeMax Starre Pure Specs and Features

FreeMax Starre Pure Disassembled 2
FreeMax Starre Pure Disassembled 2

Here’s the features and specs list for the FreeMax Starre Pure sub-ohm tank.

  • Diameter: 25 millimeters
  • Height: 64.3 millimeters
  • Capacity: Four milliliters
  • Main Materials: 316 stainless steel and ceramic
  • Top Airflow
  • Top Fill
  • Included Coils: 0.25 and 0.5 ohms
  • Finishes: Black and stainless steel

Shockingly Big Vapor Production

FreeMax Starre Pure bricks
FreeMax Starre Pure bricks

The most surprising aspect of the FreeMax Starre Pure is its vapor production. For a top-airflow sub-ohm tank, this atomizer churns out a surprising amount of clouds. Sure, you’re not going to impress anyone that competes in a cloud competition, but compared to the other top-airflow sub-ohm tanks I’ve seen, the vapor production is superior.

The mechanical design of the FreeMax Starre Pure is interesting. The center section is unusually big, but still relatively easy to clean. The design also allows you to change coils while the tank is filled. That’s a convenient feature that many vapers will appreciate.

I expect the company to snag lots of attention with the Starre Pure.

As far as the atomizer’s aesthetic design…I’m not a fan. The ridges on the airflow-control ring look practical, but the action is so light that they’re unnecessary. The drip tip has ridges that are meant to contrast with the airflow-control ring, but are just visual nuisances. Lastly, the base of the tank says “FreeMax” thrice, in case you need three reminders of who made the sub-ohm tank you’re vaping on.

Mild visual disappointment aside, I’m pretty high on this sub-ohm tank. The unique coils should provide a nice blend of flavor and vapor. For a top-airflow tank, this atomizer produces clouds that will surprise many vapers. While FreeMax has been relatively quiet on the sub-ohm tank front since the release of the Starre Pro, I expect the company to snag lots of attention with the Starre Pure.

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  • Rozer Robles

    cerabis by cerabis
    and the target tank by vaporesso
    has the best ceramic rta coils to date

    but i wanna know how it does compare to them

    • I’ve used the Cerabis and the Starre Pure. Aside from the coils being structurally different, they’re just very different tanks. I like them both, but it really depends on what you look for in a vape.

  • Michael Abrams

    I was thinking about getting this Starre Pure tank, but I’ve seen reports that it gets along with some mods but not others. I have used the new Sense 1.8 in a Herakles, and it is not bad for what it is, good flavor, average clouds. I think Vaporesso is coming out with completely new tech, interchangeable core.