The Damn Vape Wotan Mesh Sub Ohm Tank has some interesting features…
Previous releases from this under the radar company include the Damn Vape Intense Mesh MTL RDA and the Doom RTA.
What Is New On The Damn Vape Wotan Mesh Sub Ohm Tank?
At first glance this looks like a standard mesh coil sub ohm tank.
What is new is the way the airflow works and the type of coil included.
Looking first at the airflow, the air inlets are on the tank base – I am not sure if the base has an adjustable airflow control ring?
The air is then channelled through one of the airflow tubes through the centre of the mesh coil.
There are 3 different airflow tubes included in the kit to tailor the airflow to your preference and all give 360° airflow outlets:
- Honeycomb airflow
- Restricted airflow
- Full unrestricted airflow.
There are two different coil options and you get both in the kit:
- Single mesh – 0.3ohm
- Clapton mesh – 0.3ohm – clapton wires arranged in a mesh formation
In standard configuration the tank has a 5.5ml capacity, however for TPD regulated areas this is reduced to 2ml.
A screw off top cap gives access to the refill ports.
There are 3 colours to choose from: Black, Stainless Steel and Gunmetal.
- Damn Vape Wotan Mesh Sub Ohm Tank
- Spare glass
- 0.3ohm Single mesh coil
- 0.3ohm Clapton mesh coil
- 3x airflow tubes
- Spare parts bag
- User manual
Damn Vape Wotan Mesh Sub Ohm Tank Specs
- Size: 26×46.9mm
- Capacity: 5.5ml (bubble glass) / 2ml (TPD)
- 360° honeycomb airflow, restricted airflow and full airflow tubes included
- Bottom airflow
- Clapton mesh coil and single mesh coils
- Top refill screw cap
The airflow system definitely looks interesting and the Clapton mesh idea seems to be spreading through the vape scene!
Let me know what you think of the Damn Vape Wotan Mesh Sub Ohm Tank in the comments below!