The Geekvape P Sub Ohm tank is the latest tank which is compatible with the “Z” (Zeus) range of sub ohm coils.
What To Expect From The Geekvape P Sub Ohm Tank?
The Z series coils as mentioned above are compatible with quite a few of the Geekvape tanks and come in 0.4, 0.2, 0.25 (dual) and 0.15ohm resistances.
This kit includes the 0.2ohm and 0.4ohm coils.
Capacity wise this this will hold up to 5ml of your own e-liquid – I have not seen a 2ml TPD compliant version as yet.
If you are wondering what the “P” in the name stands for it is Poseidon – the god of the sea – and Geekvape say this tank is shockproof due to its mainly metallic construction.
The airflow is specified as being a “middle” airflow – I suppose this is a compromise between top and bottom inlets – and should still prevent leaking through the airflow system.
This design is to allow for the extra e-liquid chamber – there are 2 – either side of the airflow.
You can adjust the airflow by rotating the control ring to expose or close off the 3 airflow inlets.
Remove the screw off tank top cap to access the filling area – which basically is the whole of the chamber rather than just a fill port.
Here is an introduction video from Geekvape.
There are 6 colours to choose from: Stainless Steel, Gunmetal, Black, Blue, Rainbow and Gold.
- Geekvape P Subohm Tank
- 0.2ohm Z Series Coil (installed)
- 0.4ohm Z Series Coil
- Extra 810 drip tip
- Spare parts pack
- 2x Spare glass (long and short)
- User manual
Geekvape P Subohm Tank Specs
- Size: 26×59.3mm
- Capacity: 5ml
- Coils: Z Series
- Middle adjustable airflow
- 810 drip tip
- Screw top fill cap
- Shockproof metallic construction
- Dual liquid chambers
Seeing as the Aegis range of kits have been so popular due to being rugged little setups – it makes sense to create a Shockproof tank to go with them!
Are you liking the design of the Geekvape P Sub Ohm Tank? Let me know in the comments below!