Sense Blazer Mini Tank Review

Sense Blazer Mini Tank
SENSE BLAZER MINI TANK INTRO

The follow up to the Blazer 200 Sub-Ohm tank, this diminutive tank attempts to reproduce the same great performance of the original in a smaller package.

The Sense Blazer Mini Tank has a diameter of 22.8mm with an e-liquid capacity of 3.6ml.

Designed to be used at around 50 to 100 watts, I found that it performs best at around 50 to 60 watts with excellent flavour and vapour production.

There is a hinge on top that’s makes topping up with e-liquid using the top fill method super easy.

You’ve got plenty of bottom airflow control as well as juice control to help you further customise your vape.

I’ve been vaping this for a few weeks now and I’ve had no leaking issues whatsoever.

Some tanks with wild designs look awkward with some mods, but the simple, sleek design of the Blazer Mini makes it look good on every mod I’ve tried.

The 510 connector has copper contacts and I have no complaints with the the overall stainless steel and glass construction.

Everything sounds well and good with the Sense Blazer Mini Tank, but it’s not all bells and whistles I’m afraid…

I’m a little disappointed that it doesn’t have an RBA deck to build on. Now I appreciate that not everyone will be that bothered about having no RBA deck since not everyone wants to build their own coils, but for some of you this may be a bit of a blow.

On the plus the coils that came with it do last a good few weeks before they need replacing.

I’ve been using one for a couple of weeks now and it still produces good flavour and vapour.

Sense Blazer Mini Sub Ohm Tank
CONTENTS

  • 1 x Blazer Mini Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 1 x One 0.4Ω Ceramic Coil
  • 1 x One 0.6Ω Coil
  • 1 x Replacement Pyrex Glass Tank
  • Spare Parts

SPECS

  • Tank Capacity: 3.6ml
  • Diameter: 22.8mm
  • Height: 60.6mm
  • Material: Stainless Steel

DISLIKES

  • No RBA – The lack of an RBA deck limits you with whatever coil options Sense offers for the Blazer Mini. While the coils are good quality and last long, with no RBA deck, you can’t experiment with your own builds.

LIKES

  • Top Fill – Easy to fill, the dual top fill ports can be accessed with a very convenient hinge
  • Airflow Control – Works great to satisfy even hard core lung vapers
  • 0.4 ohm Coil Vapes Great – At 50-60 watts, the 0.4 ohm coil gives excellent flavour and vapour
  • Juice Flow Control – A nifty feature to further customise your vaping experience
  • No Leaks – Whether you keep your mod in your pocket or bag, you won’t have to deal with annoying leaks with the Blazer Mini
  • Long-lasting Coils – Included coils last surprisingly long, which is great since the tank has no RBA section
  • Capacity – At 3.8ml, the capacity is very good for a mini tank
  • Design – Simple and sleek, you’ll find this tank look great on all your mods

SHOULD YOU GET THE BLAZER MINI?

For the money, the Sense Blazer Mini Tank is an awesome buy.

Despite lacking an RBA build deck, the performance from its coils is still top notch and well worth the price.

The coils are a little bigger than the ones from the Herakles. A 0.2 ohm coil is recommended at 50 to 80 watts, while the 0.4 coil at 50 to 100 watts. The 0.6 coil on the other hand, is rated at 60 to 100 watts.

For me, the best of the bunch is the 0.4 coil vaped at 50 to 60 watts. As a huge fan of the Herakles Pro, I find the Sense Blazer Mini outdoes it handily.

Highly recommended!

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