High Voltage Intro
In this article we take a very brief look at the high voltage tank by High Voltage vaping.
We have previously reviewed the Vision MK tank, which it turns out is the same tank as the High Voltage tank. As this is the case I will only be doing a very brief summary of this tank and the pros and cons. If you want an in depth review check out our Vision MK review.
This tank was kindly provided to us by VaporDNA for reviewing purposes!
- Flavor: the flavor isn’t bad at all, but I just don’t think it is up there with some of the better sub ohm tanks. There is always an underlying metallic/chemical taste on the coils!
- Most basic packaging with no manual, warnings or replacement tank
- We got burnt hits vaping anything above 75W, so not really a 100W tank imo
- Only one type of coil for the High Voltage tank(0.2ohm coils and you cannot use the Matrix coils on the High Voltage despite being made by the same firm)
The High Voltage tank is massive cloud chucker with the biggest air flow on almost any sub ohm tank on the market. It produces endless clouds of delightfully warm vapor. However, we felt the flavor was slightly muted compared to the likes of the Freemax Starre, Crown and Herakles. There is also only one coil for this tank and we felt like the max wattage was around 75W as beyond this we were plagued with many dry hits.