Is The Anyvape Furytank Just ‘Another’ Sub Ohm Tank?

Produced by Anyvape, the Furytank is a new sub ohm tank featuring not only patented Bottom Scissor Dual Coil heads (BSDC) capable of handling 20-100w, but also compatible with Atlantis, Herakles and Segatank coils, as well as having an RBA coil head included in the box.

anyvape furytank review

There’s a generous 5ml capacity, top and bottom airflow, top and bottom filling as well as an intriguing pumping rod chimney for top filling!

Wondering where Furytank comes from?

Well strangely it’s in memory of the late actor Paul Walker, known for the Fast and the Furious series of movies, and the Anyvape Furytank is named in memory of him, sporting a ‘for Power…for Paul’ tagline.

That’s one of the strangest concepts for a sub ohm tank we’ve come across, in fact it’s one of the strangest concepts for anything vaping related, but the Furytank has some really cool and interesting features so let’s have a look at how the Furytank performs!

In The Box

The Anyvape Furytank is packaged inside plastic clamshell packaging, and inside this you will get-

  • 1x Anyvape Furytank with preinstalled 0.3ohm coil
  • 1x RBA coil head including pre built coil and wick set up
  • 1x Spare Pyrex Glass tank section
  • 1x Instruction manual

Specs

  • Pumping Rod Top Filling for effortless, leak free refilling.
  • Universal coil fitment- accepts BSDC coils, RBA head, Atlantis and Herakles coils
  • Additional bottom filling capability
  • Bottom Scissor Dual Coil (BSDC) pre-installed
  • Additional spare RDA sega coil head
  • Removable drip tip
  • 6mm Bottom Airflow Control
  • Adjustable ‘cool fan’ top airflow control
  • Pyrex glass tube with 5ml e-liquid capacity
  • Compatibility: 20-100 watt devices
  • Diameter: 23mm
  • Length: 65mm

Build Quality & Looks

The Anyvape Furytank is constructed of stainless steel and glass, so pretty much a standard construction for a sub ohm tank at present.

At the top you will notice that there is adjustable airflow on the base of the drip tip, you will also see the juice flow control here. Twisting this will enable you to open the top cap and refill, as this closes off the pumping rod chimney.

Just make sure that you twist it back on fully to re open the pumping rod chimney, otherwise your juice is unable to wick and you will get some really nasty dry hits!fury tank from anyvape

You can also fill from the bottom too, unscrewing the tank from the base will allow you to do so, however I have noticed a little bit of leakage from the airflow holes when I have used this method.

Measuring 65mm in height means it isn’t a particularly large tank, it’s a 23mm width however which means that you may have some overhang on certain mods. A 5ml capacity is found which is more than what a lot of the more popular sub ohm tanks offer! You can customize the look with different silicon o-ring options too.

AIRFLOW

Airflow is controlled via the dual adjustable cyclops airflow slots found at the side of the Furytank, and wide open the airflow is massive. It’s really up there with the top tanks right now. It’s a tank for the direct to lung vapers, as this airflow is definitely designed for big clouds.

Airflow control is also present on the drip tip, and this is adjustable too, you can open this right up when vaping at high wattage in order to keep the vapour cool.

How Does The Anyvape Furytank Perform?

Personally I wouldn’t bother using this tank with the 0.3ohm BSDC coil below 50w- the Anyvape Furytank is designed for maximum power. I did try to use it below 50w but the performance wasn’t particularly good.

I found that the 0.3ohm coil performed best in the 80-90w range, with very good flavour and some massive clouds!

A word of warning however, chain vaping at above 70w seems to get the Furytank to become very hot very quickly, even with both airflow options wide open. It gets through e juice very quickly, even with a 5ml capacity tank, so you are either going to have to increase your juice spending or get making your own juices!

I did find that some 80VG juices did struggle to wick with the 0.3ohm BSDC coil, resulting in the occasional dry hit (dry hits with this tank seem to be particularly nasty!), juices up to 70VG wicked fine however.

I found this out when vaping Apollo FaQ Pink Nova, which is 80VG, and this didn’t wick very well. A couple of other 80VG juices were a little hit and miss so I chose to only use e liquid with a maximum of 70VG with the Furytank.

In the package you will find an RBA coil head included, for use with single coil builds, so you can make your own builds! There is a 0.5ohm coil and wick pre installed- I tried this coil head out with this option first.Furytank RBA deck

The flavour from this coil head was extremely good, with the added bonus that 80VG juice seemed to wick better with this option than with the BSDC coil. This may be down to the large juice holes present at the side of this coil, much like the new Subtank RBA coil.

The RBA head bears more than a passing resemblance to the new Subtank RBA coil head, even sporting the same Kayfun style build deck! It’s also just as easy to build on too.

Final Anyvape Furytank Review Verdict

The Furytank is an impressive sub ohm tank, with some really good features to it. The pumping rod system works well, allowing juice to wick faster as well and cutting down on leaks, and the flavour and cloud production from the Furytank is very good.

There’s very good airflow present too, and the airflow system works well. It’s one of the few sub ohm tanks that can be genuinely refilled from the top or the bottom, but I have had a few leaks, nothing too major however.

There’s a lot of boxes ticked with the Furytank, and it offers more than a lot of sub ohm tanks do at present. You won’t be disappointed if you give it a try!

The Good

  • Very good flavour
  • Massive cloud production
  • Coils are good up to 100W
  • RBA head included in the kit
  • Can be filled from the top or the bottom
  • Coil lifespan is really good
  • 5ml capacity is one of the larger capacities found with a sub ohm tank
  • Drip tip airflow helps keep your vape from getting too hot

The Not So Good

  • Struggles with 80VG juice
  • If you forget to raise the pumping rod after filling, you are going to get very nasty dry hits
  • Occasional leaks from the airflow holes
  • Coil availability is limited in the UK
  • Tank gets very hot chain vaping at high power
  • 23mm width means will overhang a lot of the most popular mods

The Furytank Was Sent By Gearbest For The Purposes Of This Review

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Ratamahatta
Been vaping full time for three and a half years, started on cigalikes for a fair while then curiosity got the better of me and I moved onto an ego/ce5 set up after, a month or two later I was seeing people walking around with these interesting shiny tubes and I thought 'I gotta get one of those'. Before I knew it a trip down to my local B&M got me my first VW mod, an Innokin SVD, paired with an iClear 30, and I was hooked. Soon after that I was jumping to VW mods both box and tube shaped, before I then made the jump to rebuilding and thus sub ohming, with my first RDA and mech mod. These days I'm still preferring mechanical mods, but using VW mods with both RDA's and tanks alike whilst on the move, most importantly I am still loving vaping!

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