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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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