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SMOK TFV12 Tank Review

Following the massive success of its TFV4 and TFV8 sub-ohm tanks, SMOK decided to go even bigger and this year launched the mother of all cloud-chasing tanks, the SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King. I think the name pretty much says it all, but if this is you're unfamiliar with the TFV family of tanks, they are all about big clouds of vapor so dense that you can cut them with a knife. In this review, I'll basically try to find out what SMOK could have possibly done to make this better than the stellar TFV8.

4 stars

Envii Terra RTA Review

Vaping technology is evolving at such a rapid pace that we see new and innovative things come out virtually every day. I have been fortunate enough to be able to try and test many of these new and amazing devices, but in all my years as a vaper, I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like the Envii Terra RTA. This beast of an atomizer has a completely new design, works with up to eight coils and can supposedly be used at 300W without any nasty dry hits. It's something special, to be sure, both in terms of looks and functionality, so...

Uwell Crown III Tank Review

The original Uwell Crown was one of the most well-received sub-ohm tanks in vaping history, and for good reason. The build quality was excellent and in terms of performance it was on a whole other level from everything else on the market at the time of its launch. The Crown II was meant to build on the success of its predecessor, but due to some serious design faults it ended up being a total failure. With the third generation Crown tank, Uwell was either going to redeem themselves and prove to everyone that they are not just a...

SMOK Spirals Plus Tank Review

After blowing our minds with vapor-producing monsters like the TFV4, TFV8 and Skyhook RDTA tanks, SMOK is now showing mouth-to-lung (MTL) vapers some love with the new Spirals family of tanks. Its newest member, the SMOK Spirals Plus is a sub-ohm tank that promises amazing flavor and...

Halo JAG6 Tank Review

The Halo JAG6 is an advanced tank that features top-only airflow, an innovative double wall atomization chamber, ceramic cover coils (CCC) and a capacity of 4 ml of e-liquid. It sounds like a genuinely interesting device, which is somewhat surprising as it's sold by a company that specializes in e-liquid, and usually licenses technology from other companies for its hardware. In fact, I just did a review of the Halo Reactor Mega starter kit which was basically...

iJoy EXO RTA Review

Up until a while ago, SMOK used to be the busiest company in the vaping industry, but iJoy have really been contesting that title lately by pushing out products at an impressive rate, making it harder for reviewers like me to keep up. Their latest creation is the EXO RTA tank, a versatile atomizer that comes with two different build decks - one for single coil and another for dual coil vaping - and that transforms from a 2 ml capacity "shorty" to a massive 6 ml tank.

SMOK Skyhook RDTA Review

RDTA's are really popular these days, so much so that it seems like everybody and their sister is coming up with one just so they can grab a piece of the pie. The latest player to join the party is SMOK, which has recently launched the Skyhook RDTA, an intriguing atomizer featuring both side and bottom airflow, 5 ml e-liquid capacity and the possibility to be converted into an RDA. In this review, we'll be taking a close look at the Skyhook and determine if it's a worthy competitor to popular RDTAs like the iJoy Combo RDTA and the Limitless...

SMOK Big Baby Beast Review

The SMOK Big Baby Beast is the newest addition to the popular TFV8 family of tanks. It's very similar in design and functionality to the TFV8 Cloud Beast and the Baby Beast, which comes included in the Alien 220W kit, and size-wise it's smaller than the original TFV8 tank and larger than the Baby Beast. SMOK loves to offer all these different versions of their tanks, they've done the same thing with the TFV4, and now they're doing it with the newer TFV8 series.

Geek Vape Griffin 25 Plus Review

Following the success of the Griffin 25, the guys at Geek Vape have come out with an improved version of their popular RTA - the Griffin 25 Plus. You may not notice any difference looking at the two versions, but that's only because the biggest changes were made on the build deck of this atomizer. In this review, we'll try to figure out if the Plus is actually better than the awesome Griffin 25, and if it's worth upgrading to the new iteration.

iJoy Combo RDTA Review

The iJoy Combo RDTA is a rebuildable atomizer the likes of which I have never seen before, and I'm willing to bet, neither have you. From the outside, it looks like an almost perfect replica of the Limitless Plus RDTA, which kind of makes sense considering that the two companies have (or had) some sort of partnership going on, but on the inside, the iJoy COMBO RDTA is a whole other animal. This thing has not one, not two, but six available building decks - only two of which come included in the kit - as well as an RDA deck and a pre-made coil...