Toro! Toro! Toro!
The Goocig Toro is a relatively inexpensive sub-ohm tank with a feature that makes it convenient for vapers and owners of vape shops. In addition to using its native coils, the Goocig Toro works with Aspire Atlantis, Aspire Triton, and Sense Herakles coils. For vapers, this makes is much easier to find replacement coils. For vape shop owners, it potentially helps with inventory issues. At SoCal Vape Convention, Goocig sales manager Jack Ou gave me an overview of the company’s newest sub-ohm tank.
[And yes, the title of this section is a shoutout to the classic war movie Tora! Tora! Tora!]
Goocig Toro Features
The Goocig Toro is currently available in three finishes — stainless steel, black, and copper. The tank portion of the atomizer is made out of pyrex glass. The atomizer’s airflow and juice flow are tied together; if you close the airflow ring on the outside of the tank, the juice flow control on the inside of the tank closes proportionately. Refilling the Goocig Toro is super-convenient; after you close off the airflow, you twist open the refill ring at the top of the tank and fill accordingly. Ou demonstrates the airflow and refill features in the video above.
While I haven’t used the Goocig Toro long enough to give it a proper review, I’ve been happy with it so far. For what I enjoy from a sub-ohm tank, it checks all the boxes — above average flavor, no leaking, and easy refill. So far I’ve only used it with Goocig’s stainless steel coils. As that material is my preferred wire (at the moment) and I can’t imagine a third-party coil being better, I have no intention of trying the Goocig Toro with Aspire or Sense coils.
Your Toro-riffic Thoughts
As many of you know, the sub-ohm tank market is wildly competitive at the moment. While the Goocig Toro appears to be a solid product in the short time I’ve spent with it, I wonder if its ability to use Aspire and Sense coils will appeal to many vapers. I’d love to hear what you think of this sub-ohm tank. Are you interested in the Goocig Toro? Does a sub-ohm tank that uses different brands of coils appeal to you? Kindly leave a comment with your thoughts on the Goocig Toro below.