Best Vape Tanks for Flavor in 2020
Tanks are some of the most popular atomizers on the market due to their ease of use and convenience and there are a lot to choose from and many can come with a mod in a kit. It’s hard to sort through the good and the bad since it relies on the coil themselves for flavor but thankfully I’ve used a ton of them and can let you know which ones provides the best flavor so without further ado here are the best vape tanks for flavor on the market currently.
Best Vape Tanks – (1-3). Freemax Mesh Pro/Fireluke Pro/Fireluke
Freemax Mesh Pro, Fireluke Pro and Fireluke are the best vape tanks for flavor I’ve come across. These versatile tanks all use the same coils so the only differences are some minor ones like the filling method, the capacity and the color options, so you can choose any of the 3 that suits your needs best.
They use their firlock coils which includes 12 total options. The stars of the show are the double mesh and triple mesh flavorwise but they also have a SS316 single mesh option as well if you wanted to use temp control and overall their coils last really long and rarely do you see a dud. These tanks are usable in the 50-120 watt range but shine most in the 70-100 watt range.
The color options are great as well including some regular metal colors, lots of resin colors and carbon fibre colors. If you don’t mind vaping at least 70 watts one of these 3 is the way to go.
Freemax Mesh Pro’s Pros & Cons
- Quality manufacturing
- Designed well
- Very easy to use
- Zero leaking
- Remarkable flavor with the triple mesh heads
- Smooth draw
- Removable 810 tip
- 5ml and 6ml bubble tanks included
- Best coil (triple mesh) not included in kit
- Really loud with big hits or closed airflow
Freemax Fireluke Pro’s Pros & Cons
- Build quality
- No leaks
- Color options
- Standard 810 matching tip
- AFC adjustable easily on mod
- Thread quality
- Coil life
- Price point
- 4ml capacity is a little small
Freemax Fireluke’s Pros & Cons
- Fantastic flavour
- Excellent price point
- RBA deck is fantastic to build
- Wicking holes on the RBA are placed right at the bottom of the tank so can vape until empty
- Top cap doesn’t get hot so no bacon lips
- The draw isn’t overly airy they have it set correctly for the recommended wattage range
- Good vapour production.
- Not a fan of proprietary drip tips & lack of 510 drip tip adaptor
Best Vape Tanks – 4. Freemax Fireluke Mesh
This is the best vape tank for flavor on the market for vaping less than 70 watts. This tank takes different coils compared with the ones listed above and also has less options.
This tank offers 2 coil options; a 0.13 ohm SS316 mesh coil which can be used for temperature control or power mode and a 0.15 ohm mesh kanthal coil for power mode only. Both coils are great and having the option of TC is great as well providing excellent flavor and coil life.
It has a 2ml capacity and many color options including some nice metal ones with a checkerboard like design engraved and resin ones and carbon fibre ones as well.
Freemax Fireluke Mesh’s Pros & Cons
- Good build quality
- Smooth and clean threads
- Nice aesthetics
- Large fill ports
- No leaking
- Wide variety of color options
- Different finish options
- Excellent flavor and vapor production
- Long-lasting coil heads
- Includes matching 810 resin drip tip
- Tank must be empty to replace coil heads
- No RBA deck available
Best Vape Tanks – 5. Geekvape Alpha
It features 2 coil options in a single mesh coil and a double mesh coil. Both are kanthal though and not TC compatible. Using Egyptian organic cotton, these coils have great flavor second to only the mesh pro ones and great coil life as well. It’s best used in the 60-90 watt range depending which coil you use.
It features a 4ml capacity bubble tank and 5 color options all resin and matches their excellent Nova mod as well for a nice pairing. The switchblade locking top fill cap is also a great idea for easy filling and won’t open in your pocket.
Geekvape Alpha’s Pros & Cons
- Attractive resin design
- Locking top-fill system
- Good coil longevity
- Intense flavor
- Strong vapor production
- Very smooth airflow
- Stays cool at high wattages
- Capable of mid to high-range vaping
- Plastic taste when brand new
- Airflow control also needed breaking in
- Runs through e-juice quickly
Best Vape Tanks – 6. VOOPOO Maat
The Maat sub-ohm tank from VOOPOO deserves a place in our list thanks to its long lasting coils and great flavor.
Measuring 24.5mm in diameter at the base, this vape tank is mainly made of stainless steel with an e-juice capacity of 4ml. Besides, this sub-ohm tank features spring loaded sliding top fill system, plug ‘n’ play coil installation middle adjustable airflow system, gold-plated 510 connection, 810 delrin widebore drip tip and is compatible with 0.13ohm MT-M1 Single Mesh Coil and 0.2ohm MT-M2 Dual Mesh Coil.
Great tank with amazing flavor! By far the smoothest vape tank I’ve ever used.
VOOPOO Maat’s Pros & Cons
- Solid build Quality
- Looks good
- Easy fill mechanism
- No leaks
- AFC easily adjusted on a mod
- Easy coil installation
- Two glass options
- Good flavor
- Super smooth airflow
- Variety of mesh coil options
- Proprietary Drip tip
- Only 1 drip tip included
- Low capacity (2 or 4ml)
Best Vape Tanks – 7. SMOK TFV16 Mesh Tank
SMOK is a vape company that has been loved in the vaping community for a long time for their high-quality vape tanks.
Measuring 28mm in diameter, this vape tank is mainly made of superior stainless steel with a maximum e-juice capacity of 9ml. In addition, this sub-ohm tank features a rotating top filling system, threaded base connection, improved airflow chamber, dual slotted bottom airflow control ring and is compatible with 0.17ohm TFV16 Single Mesh Coil, 0.12ohm TFV16 Dual Mesh Coil and 0.15ohm TFV16 Triple Mesh Coil.
I really like this tank. However, it takes a lot of power to run it so carry extra batteries with you. Plus it is a juice hog.
SMOK TFV16 Mesh Tank’s Pros & Cons
- Great flavor
- Super smooth airflow
- 9ml juice capacity
- Many color options
- Nice top fill mechanism
- Great coil life
- It’s a huge tank
- Very heavy for a tank
- Drinks juice
- Triple mesh coil is not included
Best Vape Tanks – 8. Innokin Zenith
This one is not as good as the other tanks on the list flavorwise. However, it’s the best flavor for a MTL tank on the market currently. So if you are looking for a MTL tank and not a DTL tank like the others on this list, this is the one to get. Innokin introduced their new plexus coils for it as well, making it even better than it was at launch.
It’s a 23mm diameter tank with a 4ml capacity and 3 coil options but the plexus is the way to go and best used under 20 watts. It’s available in 4 colors Black, SS, Red, and Blue.
Innokin Zenith’s Pros & Cons
- Easy to use
- Good coil performance
- Good coil longevity
- Tasty flavor
- No leaking
- Easy to swap coils without emptying the tank
- 4ml capacity (non-TPD version)
- Competitively priced
- No super-tight airflow option
- Some might find the looks outdated
- A bit of whistling on some airflow options
- Can’t take apart to wash
- Can’t replace glass
Thank you for reading dear vaper and I truly appreciate! Hope this list of the best vape tanks for flavor can be helpful while you’re searching for the atomizers that suit you best in 2020.
However, since there are tons of great vape tanks available on the market now, this list cannot cover them all so if you’ve used top vape tanks and want to shared them with me, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below to let me know and I will add them to this list as soon as possible. Thanks again!
I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. Over the past few years I got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews I decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.