Today we look at the Wismec Reuleaux RX Gen 3, the latest of a popular line of e-cigs from Wismec. The  RX Gen 3 looks to offer a smaller, lighter and more ergomic mod compared to the Gen 2 device that was rather bulky. It also offers an impressive 300 watts of power and can hold up to 3 18650 batteries for some serious battery life.

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Product Pros

  • Compact
  • 300W
  • Ergonomic

Product Cons

  • Weak battery latch
  • Only fits atomizers up to 24mm
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Wismec Reuleaux RX Gen 3 Review: Breakdown

RX Gen 3 colors

Build Quality

Coming in at an extremely tiny 113.7mm*48.8mm*39.3mm, the RX Gen 3 can actually be considered not only the tiniest 3 battery device but also a mod that even outdoes many dual 18650 devices out in the market right now in terms of overall compactness. Featuring a revised new facade that significantly differs from its previous iterations, the Gen 3  looks sleek and sexy as hell, with a design that is remarkably reminiscent of the entire RX line but with a touch of refinement that marks its place as the penultimate and superior version of the entire lineup.

The front of the mod holds the futuristic and fresh looking front plate seamlessly melding the screen with the entire front region of the mod, which in my opinion, looks really really good. Featuring the same JayBo marked firing button with the familiar up and down wattage buttons located directly below it. All buttons used on the Gen 3 are extremely and respond well to touch, making operation easy, smooth, and fun. The display itself shows off a much-upgraded UI that easily surpasses the legibility and overall information of the older RX devices.

Looking at the bottom of the Gen 3 is the trapdoor battery compartment that holds a spring-loaded latch that lets the battery door pop right open. I feel that structurally speaking, this might be the weakest component of the entire mod as the hinge feels flimsy and weak, and frankly speaking, I wouldn’t be surprised if door stopped working optimally within a few months worth of use. Upon closer inspection of the battery compartment, you’ll find the slots for where each of the triple 18650 batteries slides into its series configuration for the device.

Battery tolerances are extremely tight for this device which explains a lot in regards to how Wismec was able to make the Gen 3 incredibly compact. Looking closely in between the spaces of the batteries installed in the mod, there is barely even half a millimeter of space between each of the three batteries. I feel that at some point during operation that its inevitable that some of the batteries end up touching so utmost battery safety is crucial here- Absolutely no using of batteries with torn or damaged wraps.

Moving ono the star of the show, the Gen 3’s 510 connection. For those of you who haven’t been following Wismec’s releases closely for the past year or two, Wismec has garnered a reputation for making well-designed devices with the unfortunate setback of using poor quality 510 connections. Well, I’m glad to report that isn’t the case any longer as the Gen 3 looks to be sporting a totally new spring loaded 510 connection that promises to make perfect connections to all of your atomizers.

Unlike the 510 of the Wismec Predator which was poorly press-fitted into the body of the mod which led to catastrophic issues in terms of build quality and durability, the Gen 3’s 510 seems to be built into the actual body of the device ensuring rock solid stability and durability. My only gripe regarding the 510 connection is despite the wattage potential of the Gen 3 to power the biggest and baddest atomizers out there, the Gen 3 only supports atomizers up to 25mm in diameter. Using anything larger than that will result in a very noticeable and unsightly overhang evident on the front portion of the device.

Vapor Quality

The Gen 3 kit comes bundled with new Gnome tank which supports the new WM coil heads. The included coil heads are the WM02 Dual 0.15 ohm coil head (rated for an ideal wattage of 45-60 watts), and a WM03 Triple 0.2ohm coil head (rated for an optimal setting of 70-90 watts).

Both coil heads perform well enough delivering enough flavor and vapor through the tank. Durability seems to be up there on the top as well with each of the coil heads lasting about 5-7 days of full straight use before noticing any discernable drop in flavor and vapor quality. For those into building their own coils, the Gnome features support for an RBA coil head which is sold separately.

Looking at the tank section itself, the Gnome sports a 25mm diameter base with a retractable sliding top fill mechanism not unlike the system found on Smok tanks, making refills easy, neat, and painless. The tank holds up to 4ml of eliquid and features what’s dubbed as a “stealth” dual bottom airflow control.

While I’m not 100% certain what’s so stealthy about the airflow control, adjusting the airflow control ring is simple enough to get that desired tightness or looseness in the draw.

RX Gen 3 front and profile


The Gen 3 offers full support for each of the 3 Temperature Control modes, namely stainless steel, nickel, and titanium. Also provided is adjustable TCR modes and a customisable pre-heat setting for vaping in wattage mode.

While the Gen 3 is certainly capable of powering the largest coils you can muster to build, you won’t be able to use the large format atomizers such as the Mason on this device without noticeable overhang which is a pity as it feels like the Gen 3 has so much more to offer in terms of total power delivery.


The Gen 3 probably holds the singular title of being the only triple battery device that offers a modicum of portability. Fitting comfortably enough into most pockets making storage simple and easy, the Gen 3 is the high powered vapers dream finally letting them get their kicks on without having to lug around an unwieldy device that feels heavy and cumbersome to operate and carry.

The battery life is a gift that just keeps on giving as well lasting up to 2 full days worth of heavy use making it the perfect mod for carrying around on longer trips where a charger won’t be accessible.

RX Gen 3 full kit


For anyone in the market looking for a new, excellently designed high power device that goes up to 300 watts, the Gen 3 is definitely one of the best bets you can make.

Even for those shopping around for a simple 200 watt or 2 battery mod, the Gen 3 is still a great option due to its compact frame which rivals the majority of dual battery devices available in the market.

Just keep in mind that you’ll be needing 3 married batteries to safely run this sort of setup as well as a 4 bay external charger at the very least.

If you are looking for something a good starter mod style vape check out the SMOK G150 and if you are just looking for the best check out the SMOK Procolor.


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Wismec Reuleaux RX GEN3 Review: The Best 3-Cell Mod Around?

This time we’ll be diving into the Wismec Reuleaux RX GEN3 and let me tell you, this tiny little guy packs a SERIOUS punch…

Let’s have a look!

Ever since I can remember, Wismec has always been the three-battery company.

Now I can’t quite recall if they made the first three-battery vape mod, but I know for sure the first box I got with three cells was an RX 2/3.

At the time, three batteries and 250 watts of power was amazing, something that was simply unfathomable!

Fast forward to the Wismec Reuleaux RX GEN3, and it can be seen Wismec has come a long way.

This mod is freakin TINY.

When I first got it, I was shocked you could fit three batteries in there.

And not only does it hit 250W, it goes all the way up to 300W!

With that, let’s take a closer look at the visual and exterior aspects of the mod.

Wismec Reuleaux RX GEN3 REVIEW: DESIGN

Wismec reuleaux RX GEN3
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I know I’ve already said it TWICE but this mod is mind-blowingly small.

I just can’t wrap my head around the form factor.

I have big meaty paws, so I’m not a big fan of little one battery mods. But at the same time a big, bulky mod is a pain to carry around.

This beast just slips right into a pocket and protrudes slightly more than your average two-battery mod.

In a jacket, forget about it! The device is crazy light, you’ll barely notice it’s in there compared to other 3×18650 cell mods around at the moment.

And for me, this is where Wismec has really scored big.

It has taken the concept of a three-cell mod, taken away the downsides (size), and produced a mod that embodies everything you could possibly want from a modern box mod.

Acquiring three cells, or six if you want to run it correctly with zero downtime, can be expensive.

But the upshot of this expense is that you get around 30% better battery performance, meaning less downtime and more vaping.

I’ve also yet to see a three-cell mod that looks as good as this one.

As for the body styling, it sticks to the traditional RX styling, only reducing the size.

And I dig it!

The features are basically the same, and the ability to upload a logo of your choice is a nice touch.

Wismec reuleaux RX GEN3

It’s actually really easy to do as well; simply get a black and white bitmap image or convert an image by re-saving it in bitmap form, invert the colors, and voila there’s your image on a black background.

Then you just download the Wismec software and use it the same way as any of the RX devices.

The only issue I have with the design of this mod is the screen and fire button; they are loosely assembled.

The screen has a slight clicking noise if you barely tap it, and the fire button rattles a bit if you shake the mod.

It was this way since it came out of the box, however, I do know a few people who have the same device without these issues.

Overall I’d say the mod is beautifully designed, and the size of the device is simply amazing given its three-cell capacity.


Wismec reuleaux RX GEN3

This box blows away most devices I’ve vaped on. Again, it really comes down to the size versus the performance.

Compare it to the RX300 Wismec released not more than a year ago and the size difference is game-changing.

One nice feature that the Wismec Reuleaux RX GEN3 has which the previous three battery RX mods did not is individual battery meters.

The only problem is that the mod likes to discharge the batteries unevenly sometimes, and this is simply due to the fact that two of the batteries are in series, and that set is in parallel with the other battery, which makes for a weird load on the batteries.

The battery life at around 100 watts is pretty long, as I vape a solid amount day to day and it lasts me 2 days with Sony VTC6’s.

I’m used to changing batteries every day with a two-battery mod, so it’s really nice to be able to just grab my vape and head out in the morning on the second day.

Wismec Reuleaux RX GEN3 Specs and Features: 

Wismec reuleaux RX GEN3

The RX Gen3 is kitted out for MASSIVE performance. You have plenty of power, TC vaping modes, and MASSES of battery life.

I also happen to think it is one of the best looking vape mods around right now. Especially in green.

This kit has really impressed me. I was initially pretty apprehensive, as I’ve had some issues with Wismec mods in the past.

But the GEN3 is utterly superb. To date, I’ve had zero issues with this mod – and I’ve been running it for a good month and a bit now.

As you can see below, the GEN3 packs in a TON of cool features and specs.

  • Triple 18650 Battery Platform – Batteries Not Included
  • Wattage Output Range: 1-300W
  • Maximum Output Current: 50A
  • Minimum Atomizer Resistance: 0.05ohm
  • Temperature Range: 200-600F
  • Versatile Temperature Control Module
  • Supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel Heating Elements
  • TCR Adjustment Modes
  • Preheat Function
  • Soft Poly-Angular Frame
  • Intuitive 1.3 Inch OLED Display
  • Oversized Firing ButonTwo Adjustment Buttons
  • Hinged Battery DoorBattery Balance Charge System
  • Dual Circuit Protection
  • Onboard Reverse Polarity Protection
  • Upgradeable Software
  • MicroUSB Port – Firmware Upgrades
  • Spring-Loaded Stainless Steel 510 Connection

And here’s what you’ll get in the box:

  • 1 x Wismec RX GEN3 Vape Mod
  • 1 x QC USB Cable
  • Instructional Manual

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Smok TFV8 Baby Beast – A Small Sized Tank with Beastly Performance!

Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Review

Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Review

Smok has been releasing tons of products lately, and this right here is one of the latest tanks released by Smok. The bigger, and first Smok TFV8 Subohm Tank was highly successful, and just like the original TFV4, a smaller version is released afterwards.

As we all know, subohm tanks are extremely popular at the moment, and I’m sure with this specific tank, vapers definitely have high hopes due to the success of the original TFV4 line.

This is the review for the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast. I will go over the many different aspects of this tank, and tell you what I like and if there is anything I do not like about this subohm tank as well as tell you how it compares to the rest

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Out of the Box

When first taking the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast out of the original packaging, what I noticed was how small the actual tank was. Everyone knows that the Smok TFV8 Subohm Tank is quite large, and just seeing how small this tank is, I knew this would be a completely different vape experience.

Honestly, this tank is quite small overall, and definitely smaller than most of the newer subohm tanks that are being released. The overall diameter of the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast is 22mm, so I knew right away it would look great on most devices I owned.

Since this tank is quite small, I already knew the e-liquid capacity wasn’t huge. In addition, since this subohm tank was in the TFV8 line, I already knew this tank would probably go through e-liquid quite quickly. This can surely be a con, but I will go more into detail with this specifically in the cons section down below.

The packaging itself was relatively simple, and within the packaging you do receive an extra coil head,an additional glass section, and some extras such are spare o-rings. It was a huge pro for me that they included the extra glass, because I know many people break the glass on tanks quite often. Things just tend to happen sometimes, so with this extra glass section, at least you know you have a backup with this subohm tank.

In addition, another thing I noticed was that the build quality was actually really good. I was surprised by how good the machining was on this tank, as I did not notice anything off. The threads were pretty smooth overall, and it surely felt of quality.

Also, the top fill hinge was very easy to use, and open quite easily, but you did have to use just enough force to open it. This, I think was a great thing, because it was not wobbly, and felt secure, so you don’t have to worry about the hinge swinging open while this tank is in your pocket or purse.

The delrin drip tip included is quite tall though. This can be a subjective con, but thankfully you are able to change it to something you prefer to use. This is definitely a pro, as many people like using their own customized 510 drip tip.

Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Review

The wide bore delrin drip seemed comfortable though, and did not bother me to the point where I felt I wanted to change it out. I actually prefer wide bore drip tips in comparison to normal smaller bore 510 drip tips.

The airflow control ring moved easily as well, with no issues. It move easily enough, yet I felt that when using it, it would not just move around due to it being loose. The airflow control ring was definitely secure wherever it was positioned.

The next thing I noticed when first looking at this subohm tank is that the coil heads were not huge by any means. It is surely bigger than some coil heads, say an Aspire Atlantis Coil Head in regards to the width, but it was not on the scale of the TFV8 or TFV4 coil heads for sure.

Even though the coil heads were small in comparison to other Smok coil heads, I do feel that these coil heads were quite big for the tank’s size. I do not think this is a con, but I do think it is something to mention.

Another huge pro for the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast was that there was hardly any machine oil. One rinse with soap and water was all it took for this tank to be ready to be vaped!



So the main question for this tank is definitely how does it perform? Well I can say it definitely performs! I do like how this tank performs overall and will go over it more in detail down below!

I do want to state though before getting any further, with either coil head; it did not take long to break in. I know this is something people definitely want to know, so I would say with maybe a half of a tank, the coils were broken in. The coils were fully broken in with just about a full tank, where I was getting full on flavor.

The two coil heads included with this tank were the V8 Baby-Q2 Dual Coil 0.4 ohm, and the V8 Baby-T8 Octuple Coil 0.15 ohm. Each coil performed quite well, but there was a clear winner for me in regards to which performed better overall.

The coil head I enjoyed using the most was the V8 Baby-Q2 Dual Coil 0.4 ohm. For some reason, the flavor was just better with this coil head. In addition, you did not need nearly as much wattage to get a nice, satisfying vape.

The 0.15 ohm coil head performed great as well, but the flavor was lacking just a tad bit in comparison to the 0.4 ohm coil head. I do like the vape experience from this coil head as well, but like said previously, the 0.4 ohm coil head just simply out performed it.

The flavor with the 0.4 ohm coil head was excellent, and definitely above average. The flavor is not as good as an RDA, but close enough where I felt satisfied with it. In addition, the vapor production was really good.

The vapor production wasn’t as great as say the original TFV4 or the full sized TFV8, but it was definitely solid. If you are looking for a full blown cloud chasing tank, you’d probably be more interested in the TFV8 for sure, rather than this smaller version.

For how I vape, I found that the best performance in regards to airflow was closed to about half way. This tank is definitely airy when it’s wide open, and cuts down in flavor when you have it set this way. The flavor was okay with it being wide open, but it definitely improved by a ton with it closed off a bit.

Also, since I prefer a restricted lung hit, this was best for the way I vape. For the 0.4 ohm coil head, I found a very satisfying vape at about 55w. You can definitely go higher, but I felt that this was perfect in regards to warmth of the vapor and the overall performance.

Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Review

With this specific coil head, I put at least 60ml of e-liquid and it is still performing well. I do not notice any burnt taste, nor is the performance lacking in any way. This is surely another pro!

With higher wattages such as 80w and above, it definitely could not keep up as well when chain vaping. At my preferred wattage, I could easily chain vape with no dry hits and it kept up like a champ! This would definitely be for both coil heads.

It is important to note that I did use max VG e-liquid in the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast. Maybe with a slightly thinner e-liquid it could have easily handled higher wattage chain vaping.

However, if you vape this tank often, but do not chain vape consistently, I do feel that higher wattages are no issue, and it kept up quite well overall. I did not notice a dry hit at higher wattages, but it certainly felt it was on the verge of it, hence is why I do think it cannot keep up quite as well with slightly lower wattages. If you do not chain vape often, then this is definitely not a concern.

Filling this tank is quite easy, and quick. I love how easy it is to fill this tank, and this hinge system that Smok uses is definitely one of the better top fill designs in my opinion. Also, when closing the hinge, it firmly locks into place and you can surely feel when it does that. This is surely a huge pro!

Speaking about e-liquid, this tank can definitely go through it quite quickly, especially at higher wattages. This is something I will get more into down below in the cons section.

Also, I did not experience any leaking with this tank, which is another major pro. However, I did experience some slight seeping when the tank was laid on its side, but it was not a large amount of e-liquid.

For the 0.15 ohm coil head, I found the optimal wattage was at about 75w. With this wattage, the flavor was good and the vapor production was solid.

The included delrin drip tip was definitely comfortable to use. I still think that it is quite tall for this tank, but in regards to comfort, it was certainly comfortable to use.

Overall, this tank is surely a performer. Both of the coil heads performed well, but the clear winner for me was the 0.4 ohm coil head. The airflow was nice and airy, and was definitely not turbulent in any way. Even though this tank performed quite well overall, it did have some cons which I will go over down below in the next section!


Yes, the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast definitely has some cons to it. The first con is the e-liquid capacity, and how fast this tank can go through it.

This subohm tank has a 3ml e-liquid capacity. I do think it is fine that this tank has a 3ml e-liquid capacity, especially given its size, but this tank really goes through juice quickly. The e-liquid capacity itself is not a huge con, as it is extremely easy to fill.

At higher wattages, you can probably empty the full 3ml tank in under an hour easily, especially when chain vaping. At my preferred wattage, a tank on average would last just about 2 hours of consistent vaping.

A second con is that this tank does not include an RBA section. The RBA section is a separate purchase, and even though this tank is quite cheaper than the full sized TFV8, which does include an RBA section, I do think it would have been a nice addition if it did include one.

However, given the price of the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast, I can see why it is not included, but this is definitely something worth mentioning.

Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Review

Another con is that this tank can get quite warm, especially if you are vaping often. Even the included delrin drip tip got slightly warm. It did not get extremely hot, but it did get warm enough where I felt it was uncomfortable, especially the tank itself.

A subjective con is the included delrin drip tip. I just think it looks awkward simply, because it is tall and the tank itself is small. Like said before, it is comfortable to use, but I personally do not like how it looks.

All in all, even though there are some slight cons to this tank, it does not take away from its incredible performance, which leads me into the next section, my conclusion!



In conclusion, the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Subohm Tank is a solid performer. The flavor on this tank is quite good, and the airflow is excellent. They include an extra spare glass section with this tank, which is another huge pro!

The tank has a nice, compact design which I think is a great change in comparison to the full sized TFV8. This tank is definitely not a cloud chaser like the full sized TFV8, which some people may not like since it is in the TFV8 family of tanks.

Honestly, I think Smok took the right direction for this tank. Making this subohm tank smaller overall, and introducing new coil heads that do not require as much power, just appeals to another crowd of vapers.

Like said previously, if you are looking for a full blown cloud chasing subohm tank, you would definitely be much more interested in the full sized TFV8.

A huge pro for me, personally, was the fact that this tank did not leak on me at all. It never leaked when filling it nor when leaving it overnight with e-liquid in it. It did have some e-liquid residue when laid on its side, but nothing major, where I felt it was a concern.

Smok TFV8 Baby Beast Review

Even though there are tons of pros to this tank, it does have some slight cons. It does get warm when chain vaping, and even to an uncomfortable level at times. However, with all of the pros mentioned, I honestly looked past this con as it only happened when chain vaping consistently.

All in all, for the price of this tank, it really is a winner and definitely beats some of the tanks I have recently used. Smok has definitely done a great job with this tank!

This is one of the subohm tanks that I use daily, and I continue to use it up to this day simply, because it is just dependable.

If you are looking for a solid performing subohm tank, I highly recommend checking out the Smok TFV8 Baby Beast! Thanks for reading!

Templar RDA – new implementation of Velocity – similar racks from Augvape

If you remember about the company Augvape, then the first thing that comes to mind, it’s drip a friend. It was so massively distributed on the Internet, that probably everyone knows about it. Today, a new drip – Templar RDA – is on hand. The highlight of the device is in the racks, which allow you to clamp the legs of the spiral with just one screw. A bundle of dribbling Templar and  Modefined Sirius 200w .

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Dripochka arrives in the tube. On the packaging QR-code for checking originality, as well as links to social networks. In the RDA tube, a plastic cap, a package with dopas, where the o-rings are lying, a squonk pin, an adapter for 510-x drippers, a plug for one spiral.


Information for information

Augvape Templar RDA is made from 304 SS and at the time of this article’s release it is possible in two colors: SS and Gun Metall, while the base will always be gilded, and the dome part of different colors. The device has the ability to adjust the side airflow with a three-stage detuning system, allows you to muffle the space for a single spiral with a special spacer, and replace the pin with squonk-pin.


Height without drip-type: 21 mm 
Height with drip-type: 26.7 mm 
Diameter: 24 mm



810 drip-type black, which is installed in the top cover frankly not comfortable. The edges are sharp, this is immediately felt when you start to soar. However, it is narrow and low.


Its 810 perfectly fit, so it’s better to replace the driptype immediately. It is kept in the top cover on the ring confidently. The top cover is engraved with the name of the drip, while it performs the function of adjusting the blowing.

The blowing is regulated by means of 3 blades, which are executed in the form of steps. The inner part is processed under the hemisphere. When the lid rotates clockwise, the lopost is blocked by the blowing on the skirt, first the lower slot, then the middle, and then the upper one, overlap.

Implementation of the use of RDA with a single spiral is obtained with the use of a cap. It should be noted that the plug does not fit tightly to the skirt, air is sucked, while this spacer strongly steals the volume of the tub, which is only 4.7 mm deep.

The lid is held on one o-ring in a skirt. The dome has a company engraving and two air intake openings. At the bottom, the skirt has a step so that the skirt on the landing does not fall into the base.

Deca and it is interesting here. At the base there are racks. In the upper part there is one screw, which can be screwed with both a slotted screwdriver and a cross screwdriver. 
Twisting the screw, simultaneously with it rises the rack. There are no springs!

At this point, open the holes for the installation of the legs of the spiral: two below and two on top. 
On the side, the deck has a pair of o-rings that hold the skirt.

From below, the pin does not perform well, so it is forbidden to use the drip on mechanical modes for safety reasons.


Installation of the spiral and laying of the fleece


The spirals are quite simple to install. Installation counter, unscrewed the screw counterclockwise, put the legs, tightened the screw, corrected the spiral, tightened the screw tightened.


After the spiral can be raised a little higher blowing and see how it affects the taste.

How to install the spiral, apply voltage from 40 W, we start burning spirals, so that the heating goes evenly from the center and to the edges.

After that, fill the ends of the fleece, which was measured on the first o-ring on the deck, in the bath.

rdahaWe drenched it with a needle, put on a dome and you can talk about the Templar RDA.


By the way, the plastic cap is pulled on the deck and in this kind of device you can soar. Outwardly, not everyone can like this form of cap, where there is no clearly expressed drip-type, while the matte transparency makes us sad.


Overall Impression

.Obduv tight even on wet o-rings. But once rebuilt and you can not be afraid that he will fail. The taste is given by this drupulka, reveals it to the constituent parts due to the low height and small evaporation chamber.


In addition, a 3-step blow-off system with a slot view helps. Excellent opportunities to experiment by opening or closing slots. 
A year-long dribbling of the Templar, will it enter the Veaper environment, or is the word vaper no longer fashionable today?


Cons and pros

– no pin acts so that this device can be used on mehmodah, 
– very tight blowing adjustment, if the fingers are weak, it will slip, 
-good performance, – 
convenient installation of spirals, you only need to unscrew one screw 
– three stages of the blower adjustment, 
– there are options for setting 510 and 810 drip-types, – the 
taste is bright, a good bouquet, it is important to experiment with spirals. 

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Brutal Estate: Uforce T1 from Voopoo

Voopoo introduced Uforce T1. The new tank holds up to 8 ml of liquid and is available in eighteen color variations.


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On March 26, Voopoo Company presented the Uforce T1 tank in the instagram. When creating the device, the developers were inspired by the image of the hero of Maverick, but not the one played by Tom Cruise in Top Gun, but the character of the comic book Marvel. This fact is noted on the official website – in the same place you can get acquainted with all available color options, which have accumulated as many as 18.

Details requiring manipulation, girded with a rough texture. The blowing adjustment was provided with a ring from below. Topkec was made shifting counter-clockwise – so access to the filling opening opens.

The tank can work with all brand evaporators of the U, N and R series. Among them there are both serviced variants and variants with a grid. The device is versatile in terms of volume: all thanks to the possibility of installing any branded glass. In a standard kit, the volume is 8 or 3.5 ml.

The Uforce T1 package includes two replaceable evaporators, a spare glass, a shaft connector (standard version), a set of rings, an epoxy dripper and instructions.

Main characteristics:

  • Height – 60.6 mm
  • Diameter – 24.6 mm
  • Weight – 53 gr
  • Volume – 8 / 3.5 ml
  • Top dressing
  • Bottom blow adjustment