Published on February 2nd, 2017 | by adminREV0
Coil Art Mage Tank Review
Summary: For those vapers that want to swap between an RDTA and a RDA this is a perfect tank. With kennedy airflow, the flavour and performance shine.
If you’re looking for a mod that produces thick luscious clouds and a truly amazing flavour profile, the Mage combo tank from Coil Art fits the bill. Expertly mimicking the flavour and mouthfeel of an RDA while at the same time packing the convenience and e-liquid capacity of a tank, the Mage puts out really great flavour and is more than capable of chucking some substantial clouds. Made from durable stainless steel and food-grade Pyrex, this compact and resilient little tank is exclusively tailored for dual coil setups. The Mage sports a velocity style build deck and all of the bells and whistles necessary for a quality vape including a PEEK insulator, 24k gold plated building posts, and gold plated 510 connection.
Capable of producing some truly amazing flavour with its dual coil setup, the Mage is not for the inexperienced builder. Not compatible with any prebuilt coil heads and moderately difficult to build on due to its small size, coil builders with the experience necessary to build on this tank’s relatively small build deck will be well rewarded for their efforts. The flavour and cloud production don’t come without a cost however, and the dual coils of the mage do chew through e-liquid relatively quickly, but with the tank’s easy top filling system and 4 mL juice capacity, this isn’t too big of a deal. The airflow on the mage is absolutely spectacular and with top and bottom adjustable airflow as well as a wide bore delrin drip tip, it’s easy to accomplish the ideal airflow conditions necessary for peak cloud production.
While those with the coil building experience necessary to unlock this unit’s true potential will find it a valuable addition to any collection of tanks, the understanding of tank engineering and advanced coiling techniques is essential for building on the Mage. Capable of producing absolutely outstanding flavour and billowing clouds with its dual coil build deck and incredible airflow, the Mage is not a great tank to learn on and is definitely not a good choice for novice coil builders.