The Augvape Intake Sub Ohm tank is the latest tank in the Intake series. Designed by Mike Vapes and Augvape it introduces a new concept to sub ohm tanks; Clapton Mesh coils.
It follows on from the Intake RTA and the Intake Dual RTA, which were both decent RTA’s. So does the Intake Sub Ohm tank bring something new to the table with it’s Clapton Mesh coils? Let’s find out.
- 1 x Intake Sub Ohm tank
- 1 x Bubble Glass
- 1 x 0.15ohm Regular Mesh Coil
- 2 x Clapton Mesh Coils
- 2 x spare o-rings
- 25mm Diameter
- 50mm Height
- Innovative Clapton Mesh coils
- Top to Bottom Airflow
- Leak Proof Design
- Easy Top Fill
Design & Build Quality
The Intake is a 25mm diameter sub ohm tank and measures in at 46mm tall. It is similar in looks to the Intake and Intake Dual RTA’s, having a nice chunky feel to it.
It has an 810 drip tip up top which is comfortable to use when vaping.
The top cap unscrews with a quarter turn which reveals the two large kidney shaped fill ports. There is a gasket seal around the whole top of the tank to help prevent leaking juice.
It has a nice design on the top cap, airflow control ring and base, which also doubles as knurling for grip when adjusting your airflow or unscrewing the tank. This design is the same as the one on the Intake and Intake Dual RTA’s, so it fits in nicely with the Intake family.
The airflow control ring is just below the top cap, with the tank having a top to bottom airflow system. The AFC has hard stops, so it doesn’t twist all the way around. It has a nice smooth and restrictive adjustment, so it won’t be accidentally adjusted in a pocket or similar. The airflow intake is angled down, so the air is directed straight down the airflow chambers on either side of the tank.
The straight glass has a 3.5ml capacity and gives the tank a really slick look to it. You also get a bubble glass with the tank, which raises the capacity to 5ml of liquid. I prefer the way the tank looks with the straight glass installed, but went with the bubble glass for the extra capacity. It still looks good with bubble glass, but just not as slick in my opinion. I suppose this is a trade off you have to make with every tank when deciding to install a bubble glass.
If you look through the glass of the tank you can see the two airflow chambers running down from the top of the tank to the bottom, on either side. I really like the look this gives the tank, instead of hiding them within an inner chamber.
On the base of the tank is a fixed gold plated 510 connector pin. If you unscrew the base you reveal the bottom of the coil. Coils are press fit, so you just pull out your old coil and press in the new one when changing them, then screw the base back on.