Funky All Resin 2ml and 5ml Sub Ohm Tanks – How Do They Vape?

The Carrys T4-R Tank comes in a stunning ‘all resin’ look that is certainly a bit of a looker.

Despite the company’s website being on the box I can’t seem to connect to it so there’s little I can tell you about them apart from the trading name of Shenzhen Huanyu Tengrui Technology Development.

carrys t4-r tank resin

Ok, the tank comes in two versions – the 2ml Baby which is TPD and TRPR compliant and for the rest of the world you’ve got a 5ml capacity.

It comes with two coils – a 1.5 ohm and a 0.6 ohm and I’m guessing that’s so you can potentially switch your vaping styles from MTL to DTL.

So it’s certainly stands out from the crowd – but how does it vape – and am I going to carry this everywhere with me?

Let’s take a closer look.

The Carrys T4-R tank and the Baby was sent to me by Heavens Gift for the purpose of this review – as always my thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Inside the Box

  • 1 x T4-R Tank
  • 1 x T4-R U1 0.6ohm coil (15-50W, pre-installed)
  • 1 x T4-R U2 1.5ohm coil (10-25W)
  • 1 x Extra Pyrex Glass Tube
  • 5 x Silicone Rings
  • 1 x User Manual

carrys t4-r tank contents

Carrys T4-R Tank Specs

  • Capacity: 5ml – TPD Version [the Baby] 2ml
  • Size: 25mm x 47mm (without thread)
  • Thread: 510 thread
  • Material: 304 Stainless Steel + Pyrex glass + Resin

Key Features and Fill and Coil Swap Guide

OK the only difference between the two is the Baby being TPD/TRPR compliant and therefore coming in at just a 2ml capacity.

This is a funky looking resin sub ohm tank designed for low wattage users – with coils between 10 and 50 watts.

carrys t4-r tank mtl coil

It comes with a 50 watt max U1 0.6ohm coil [installed] and also 25 watt max MTL U2 coil at 1.5ohm – more on how they perform later.

It’s a simple top fill design – screw off the proprietary top cap and fill via the kidney shaped ports.

carrys t4-r tank filling

Design and Build Quality

First up and this tank is certainly an eye-catcher to say the least!

I’ve been moaning for an age at the boring ultem coloured drip tips and well wow just look at the mouthpieces on these!

carrys t4-r tank

The body of the tank is all matchy matchy with that multi-coloured swirly resin thing going on and I have to say I like it a lot!

Build wise and things are not too bad – the O rings are quite chunky and it can take a little bit of pressure to screw the tank back together.

carrys t4-r tank components

Also be careful when unscrewing the drip tip for filling – it can lock in quite tight and result in taking the top cap off with it!

It’s not the best built tank I’ve ever seen – but it’s not the worst by a long way and the resin certainly feels solid and chunky.

How Does the Carrys Tank perform?

Despite the different sizes and capacity – I felt very little difference in flavour and vapour between the two of them.

This is obviously a low wattage tank that includes a sub ohm coil and vapour off both was very good.

carrys t4-r tank baby

I definitely prefer the 0.6 ohm coil up at 50 watts – decent flavour and good clouds.

Using the 1.5 ohm coil and with the airflow closed half way you do get a half decent MTL vape – pity the mouthpiece was quite so wide else it could have been a brilliant MTL vape.

Speaking of the airflow – its dual – there’s no stopper and it’s very loose and liable to spin around in your pocket or when handling it – I have had some small amount of seepage because of this – nothing serious but something to bear in mind.

carrys t4-r tank 5ml

Overall it’s not really a bad tank at all especially with the sub ohm coil – but as to carrying this everywhere with me?

Maybe if I was feeling particularly funky that day…

What I Like

The colour combos are definitely stand outs here – that swirly resin design is a real eye-catcher.

The fact it’s top-fill and you can swap out your coils when the tank is half full is another pro.

For a low wattage tank those coils can certainly chuck a decent amount of vapour especially using the 0.6ohm coil at its max of 50 watts!

I’ve had the sub ohm coil in for 9 days now and there’s no drop in the flavour I was getting after a two fill break in – so I guess that bares well for longevity!

carrys 5ml

What I Don’t Like

The flavour – whilst decent enough – is not quite up to today’s standards even with the Baby shorter version – it just feels as though the flavour is really trying to come through on the 0.6 ohm coil but not quite making it.

Don’t get me wrong it’s not flavourless – just not quite flavoursome!

Because of the wide drip tip using the 1.5 ohm coil even closing the airflow down meant the MTL vape was too airy and therefore I reckon some of the flavour is lost.

Final Review Verdict

I think the Carrys T4-R tank looks great and it vapes reasonably well.

It’s perfect for newer less experienced vapers as you can switch vaping styles and get a ‘decent’ flavour profile.

However, more established sub ohm tank vapers might find the coils a little too ‘low power’.

I’d be pushing it to say this was a decent MTL low wattage tank – too airy by far – but as a low wattage sub ohm tank it ain’t that bad.


  • Decent flavour
  • Reasonably well built
  • Funky design
  • Choice of wattage – high or low
  • Good vapour
  • TPD compliant version available


    • Drip tip to airy for MTL coil
    • O rings means it can be tricky taking it apart

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I have simpler vape tastes these days - I never leave home without a Caliburn G, a Vaporesso Luxe 40 or Innokin EQ FLTR and a CBD vape pen or bottle of CBD drops in my rucksack...or indeed an Aspire Nautilus Prime X in my pocket... At home I'll be using various mods topped with the GeekVape Zeus X RTA or the Signature Mods Mono SQ topped with the Augvape BTFC RDA... I'm a former journalist and now a writer and sometimes author... I'm ex Army - adore dogs and never happier than hiking over the hills or with a good book on a beach.


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