The Geekvape Obelisk C Tank is an update to the original Cerberus Sub Ohm Tank which was found in many of the Geekvape kits.

obelisk c bannerThe original Cerberus tank was in the Aegis X Kit, Aegis Solo Kit, Aegis Mini kit and the Geekvape Nova Kit.

What To Expect From The Geekvape Obelisk C Tank?

The new tank in the Cerberus line has been renamed to join the Obelisk range which includes the Obelisk 200 and Obelisk 120 mods which both include the original Obelisk tank.obelisk c range

It is all getting a bit confusing isn’t it!

The good news is that this tank uses the existing Supermesh (or S) series coils.obelisk c original coils

The S Series includes the 0.4ohm X2 and the 0.2ohm X1 coil but for the Obelisk C there are 2 new coils added…

Included in the kit are the 0.25ohm Dual mesh and 0.15ohm Single mesh which are both a Kanthal material.obelisk c new coils

The capacity is 5.5ml with the bubble glass or 4ml with the straight glass – sadly this capacity would be reduced to 2ml if this is marketed in TPD regulated areas.obelisk c dismantled

Filling is taken care of by removing the threaded top cap to access the oversized fill ports.obelisk c filling

The airflow is adjustable by rotating the control ring on the base of the tank and there are 3 air inlets for increased airflow.airflow

Here is an introduction video from Geekvape.

There are 6 colours to choose from: Stainless Steel, Gunmetal, Black, Gold, Blue and Rainbow.
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Kit Includes

  • Geekvape Obelisk C Tank
  • 0.25ohm S Series Coil (installed)
  • 0.15ohm S Series Coil
  • Spare parts pack
  • Spare glass
  • User manual

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Geekvape Obelisk C Tank Specs

  • Size: 25x43mm
  • Capacity: 5.5ml (bubble glass) / 4ml (straight glass)
  • Coils: S Series (Supermesh)
  • Triple slotted bottom adjustable airflow
  • 810 drip tip
  • Screw top fill cap

The inclusion of 2 new coils is the main update here so I hope they give the “Super” performance they promise!

Let me know your thoughts on the Geekvape Obelisk C Tank in the comments below!

Michelle

My name is Michelle - I am 48 and an engineer and Technical Author by trade. I started vaping many years ago in the days of Tornado tanks, Ego batteries and Variable Voltage. My journey in vaping began again around 2016 and have been interested in the topic ever since. I finally stopped smoking as of June 2019 and that is all thanks to vaping! 20mg Nicotine Salts are my hero! Oh and I am partial to a nice pod mod and Bubblegum e-liquid! I have enjoyed writing for Ecigclick since 2017 and love being part of this great team! My passion for Tobacco Harm Reduction has also led me to becoming a Trustee for the NNA (New Nicotine Alliance) aiding in Advocacy

My name is Michelle - I am 48 and an engineer and Technical Author by trade. I started vaping many years ago in the days of Tornado tanks, Ego batteries and Variable Voltage. My journey in vaping began again around 2016 and have been interested in the topic ever since. I finally stopped smoking as of June 2019 and that is all thanks to vaping! 20mg Nicotine Salts are my hero! Oh and I am partial to a nice pod mod and Bubblegum e-liquid! I have enjoyed writing for Ecigclick since 2017 and love being part of this great team! My passion for Tobacco Harm Reduction has also led me to becoming a Trustee for the NNA (New Nicotine Alliance) aiding in Advocacy

3 COMMENTS

    • Depends on which Obelisk tank you have…

      Original Obelisk uses the Z Series coils (compatible with Zeus range).

      Obelisk C uses S series or Supermesh coils. Sadly Geekvape do not mention the 0.3ohm so I am unable to help with that sorry.

      Here is a compatibility table I found on the Geekvape Store webpage – Compatibility table.

      It says the S series coils (old and new) are compatible with the Obelisk C and Cerberus tank. But there is no mention of the 0.3ohm sorry.

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