Vapeston Ceramikas Review

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Vapeston Ceramikas
Vapeston Ceramikas

Vapeston Ceramikas Intro

Today I will be taking a look at the latest tank from Vapeston: the Ceramikas. This, like a lot of other sub ohm tanks right now has gone the route of ceramic coils, but how well does the Ceramikas hold up against the rest of the sub ohm tanks using these new innovative ceramic coils? Below I take a closer look at the Vapeston Ceramikas

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Vapeston Ceramikas Specs and Features

Vapeston Ceramikas Kit Content
Vapeston Ceramikas Kit Content
  • 1x Vapeston Ceramikas tank
  • 1x Food Grade Ceramic Coil (0.3Ω) pre installed
  • 1x RBA Coil
  • 1x User Manual
  • 22mm Diameter
  • Top Fill
  • Longer Lasting Ceramic Coils
  • 20-120W

Notable Remarks

Packaging

The packaging of the Vapeston Ceramikas was very good. A clean and clear plastic box with a foam insert to protect the tank was both simple and effective. Nothing too fancy but equally it wasn’t too basic and looked like some thought had gone into the packaging.

Aesthetics

Vapeston Ceramikas on the Innokin Coolfire IV Plus
Vapeston Ceramikas on the Innokin Coolfire IV Plus

The tank looks fantastic in my opinion! It looks very sleek and professional, unlike the Maganus; I like the airflow ring of the Ceramikas. The knurled airflow ring on the Maganus made it look a little childish and punk like. However the Ceramikas exudes quality and class all the way through.

Performance

Vapeston Ceramikas Airflow
Vapeston Ceramikas Airflow

The performance of the Ceramikas has been unrivalled in all of the ceramic coil, sub ohm tanks that I have used. No other sub ohm tank that utilises ceramic coils has been able to compete with the Ceramikas so far.

The wattage values are spot on, and although 120w is a hot hot vape, it certainly is not a burnt vape at all. However I prefer to vape this tank at around 60-75w for optimum performance.

This is the first ceramic-coiled tank that I have used that can blow dense, thick clouds. All of the previous tanks I have used have been far more flavour orientated and have lacked clouds.

The Ceramikas however meets both criteria fantastically! Great flavour as you would expect from the ceramic coils, but also the vapour production is on par with other ‘standard’ sub ohm tanks. I think this is a great compromise between flavour and vapour production unlike some of the other ceramic coil tanks.

Likes

The Design

I really like the design of the tank. I think it looks sleek but still has a bulky appearance so it doesn’t look too small on any of my larger mods. I tend to use this tank on my bigger mods due to it needing the extra power.

The Coils

Vapeston Ceramikas Coil

The coils are fantastic, out of all the ceramic coils I have tried, these are most certainly the best! The flavour is second to none, very clean and crisp but the wattage ranges and the vapour production are where these coils stand out to me.

In comparison to the other ceramic coils these simply blow the competition away! The vapour production eclipses all the other tanks I have tried, whilst you wont be winning any cloud competitions you’ll certainly be blowing bigger clouds than the likes of the Ceravape Soter or the Vaporesso tank.

Spit Back Protection

One excellent part of the Vapeston Ceramikas is the spit back protection screen. I haven’t had any hot juice in my mouth yet, especially seeing as the juice is filled through the drip tip section I was very sceptical about drinking juice as opposed to vaping it!

However I was pleasantly surprised and haven’t experienced any spit back to date!

Dislikes

Top Fill System

I don’t really like the top fill system, instead of removing a top cap and filling through juice slots you fill through the drip tip section. Whilst it may seem more convenient I have found it anything but.

I have to tilt the tank to a particular angle or the juice wont fill into the tank and sometimes it just doesn’t flow into the tank, it seems like more hassle than to just simply remove a top cap and fill though juice slots.

Verdict

The Vapeston Ceramikas is yet another fantastic tank to come from the company. An excellent venture into ceramic coils. If you want to try these new ceramic coiled tanks, or if you just want a new sub ohm tank you will not be disappointed with the Ceramikas!

The filling system is a little fiddly and can be a pain but once you’ve filled up and you get vaping it soon disappears into insignificance.

A great performing sub ohm tank for anyone complete with an RBA coil for all those of you who like to build your own coils.

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Sam Bass-Cooper
Sam is a UK Based reviewer currently studying applied sports science at university. Vaping for over 2 years and with a passion to keep vaping alive his enthusiasm and desire to help others get the best experience comes across in his reviews. A sport loving aspiring athlete with a particular interest in Pole Vaulting.
  • Maj

    how does this compare to the crown?

    • It is hard to compare a ceramic coil to a ss coil.

    • Sam

      Yes like Alex mentioned, it is difficult to compare ceramic coils to SS coils like the crown uses. However in general use I would say that the Ceremikas gives as good if not better flavour than the crown, as for cloud production both are very similar.

      Sam

      • Joey Seibert

        Yeah crown Chuck’s clouds and has good flavor almost immediately a quarter into the first fill. This boy takes a lil to get up in the flavor area but it gets better over the next fills. 120 seems way too high well looking at the mod at 90 now did not realize I had it so high so okay guess I can see it. I also agree with Author, it is a good bu especially if you want to try out ceramic coils. I have gotten a Krixus, and just got an OBS Ace and this one f em up and wish wouldn’t have wasted money on those other but at least Krixus is reusable although cheaply made and not going to keep it unbroken forever.3 to 5 monhs on a coil seems crazy to me at least I can’t imagine.

  • Keke Tulokas

    One day use and wattages was between 45-60 and ceramics in coil looks brown and taste was strange. And tank gets warm even 25-30w and hot above 40w. Strange? 70vg 3mg applepie juice.

  • Babbette

    This may be a dumb question but I’m asking because I don’t want to blow myself up. I have noticed that when I use my ceramics (I have the Gigue Tugboat and a Freemax Scylla) the flavor and vapor production are both better when I set my Innokin Cortex mod to Ni mode. I am also able to conserve battery. Are there any risks or downsides to me doing this?

    • Sam Bass-Cooper

      Hi Babbette,

      I would suggest keeping your mod to power mode. I believe the coil within the ceramic heating element is Tungsten wire. I don’t know too much about vaping with tungsten but I haven’t heard about vaping it in TC mode so I would keep your mod to power mode when vaping with ceramic coil tanks.

  • Joey Seibert

    One last thing don’t go high to start. This is a baseball MIT needs to be broken in and while the range says 120 w max the site Vaoerstown even admits that 45-65 is optimum I would say higher end of scale but get the point

  • Garry Arbatov

    I tried this tank and it’s so much below Uwell Crown in terms of flavor! And it also gets very hot. Was very upset as the review and the comments regard it pretty highly! What am I missing?