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3 Reasons Why The Vaporesso NRG Tank Crushes the Competition

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    March 23, 2019 3:25 AM EDT
    The vaporesso NRG
    Tank is one of the best sub-ohm tank options that Vaporesso has yet to
    release. They recently came out with a special edition version of the
    NRG, the Vaporesso NRG SE tank. While the updated version is one to
    consider, the original NRG still has staying power. Want a sub-ohm tank
    that has nearly all of the popular sub-ohm features? Read on for 3
    reasons why the Vaporesso NRG Tank is a top-performer.
    1. The Build and Design Features
    The
    Vaporesso NRG tank is full of features that you’re probably looking for
    in a sub-ohm tank. It’s got a sliding top fill, two large dual airflow
    slots on the bottom, and a 5ml juice capacity. The construction is
    solid, built from stainless steel with a pyrex glass tube. You’ve got a
    few color options: silver, black, red, blue, and rainbow. But there are a
    couple of features that makes the Vaporesso NRG tank stand out from
    some other similar tanks. First, the NRG has mesh included in the drip
    tip. That means that it blocks unwanted spit back of e-liquid from the
    tank. Second, it’s got a really nice heat insulated layer on the bottom
    base of the tank to buffer the heat to keep you vaping comfortably.
    2. The GT Core Coil Series
    Some
    vapers don’t use pre-built coils very often, but there are those of you
    who purchase a tank based off of the pre-built coil options that are
    available for the tank. The Vaporesso NRG tank uses the GT Core coil
    series. When you purchase the tank, you get a GT2 and a GT4 coil. The
    GT2 is a 0.4-ohm coil that works anywhere from 40-80W, while the GT4
    rates at 0.15-ohms at 30-70W. If those were the only coil options, the
    NRG might look a bit disappointing. But there are three other coils in
    the GT Core family: the GT cCell (a 0.3-ohm ceramic coil), the GT6
    (0.2-ohms for 40-130W), and the GT8 (a 0.15-ohm coil that vapes anywhere
    from 50-110W). With all of these coil options, you can vape at high
    wattages, low wattages, or anywhere in between. It’s also a bonus to
    have a coil like the GT cCell available, for those of you who like to
    try various coil materials.
    3. It’s a Mid-Wattage Beast, But Also Great For High Wattage Vaping
    If
    you don’t like vaping at extremely high wattages (though you totally
    can vape up to 130W with the NRG) then the Vaporesso NRG tank offers
    some great coil options for you. It performs extremely well at mid-range
    wattages, delivering smooth flavor. Even the clouds from the NRG aren’t
    disappointing. Depending on what wattage you’re vaping at, the
    Vaporesso NRG can produce satisfying average clouds or fill the room
    with dense vapor if you crank up the power. The airflow slots allow for a
    good control of air, and even when they’re nearly shut, the NRG vapes
    well. There is even a newer GT Mesh coil available, which means you
    don’t have to worry if you prefer mesh coils.