The Geekvape Zeus sub ohm tank follows hot on the heels of the popular Zeus X RTA.
There has been a recent surge in the market of sub-ohm tanks so it remains to be seen if another one can stand out from the rest.
Let’s take a look and see if the Zeus can compete with some of the best sub ohm tanks on the market.
Introduction to the Geekvape Zeus Sub-Ohm Tank
For quite a while now, the Geekvape Zeus line of tanks has had a very healthy following.
We started way back in 2017 with the Zeus Dual RTA, then the Zeus Dual RTA, followed by the previously mentioned Geekvape Zeus X RTA in early 2019 so it only makes sense to bring out a Zeus Sub-ohm tank, or does it?
The Geekvape Zeus Sub Ohm Tank was sent to me direct for this review. As always, I will give you my own, honest opinion of this product after a lengthy testing period.
See The Zeus Sub Ohm Tank In Action
What’s In The Box (Reviewers Sample Box)
- Geekvape Zeus Sub-Ohm Tank
- 0.2 ohm Z2 Coil 70-80W
- 0.4 ohm Z1 Coil 60-70W
- Bubble Glass
- Coil Removal Tool
- Size: 26 x 42.5mm
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Top fill
- Capacity: 3.5ml / 5ml (bubble glass)
- Quick slide coil design
- 2ohm Z2 Coil 70-80W (pre-installed)
- 4ohm Z1 Coil 60-70W
- Adjustable top airflow
Build Quality & Design
The Geekvape Zeus Sub Ohm Tank is superbly made with that all round great Zeus esq design. The machining is excellent, and the tank is very sturdy indeed. The coils seat well, and the threads are as smooth as butter. There was no residual machine oil, sharp edges or burrs to be seen anywhere.
The design of the Tank is pretty much what you would expect from a Sub Ohm tank.
The tank comes in seven colours, Black, Rainbow, Gunmetal, Blue, SS, Red & Black and Gold. There’s certainly enough choice there to meet everyone’s needs for sure.
How Does the Geekvape Zeus Sub Ohm Tank Perform?
There are already some excellent Sub-Ohm tanks on the market today. Flavour really has come on a long way and it is generally as near to a rebuildable tank as it has ever been.
The Geekvape Zeus Sub Ohm tank is right up there with the best and is an excellent performer no matter which of the provided coils you use.
What’s even better from Geekvape is that the tank is a top airflow and has not leaked once throughout my time testing it.
First let’s take a quick look at the basic functions of the tank.
How To Fill The Geekvape Zeus Sub Ohm Tank
- Simply turn the top cap of the tank anti-clockwise about a quarter of a turn and remove it.
- You are then met by two sizeable filling ports.
- If you spill a little e-liquid, there is a trough running around the top of the tank to catch and spillage from filling.
- Putting the top cap back in position is as easy as you removed it, simply match up the bayonet fittings and turn a quarter of a way clockwise.
How To Change The Coils in the Geekvape Zeus Sub-Ohm Tank
Changing the coils on the Zeus Tank couldn’t be easier:
- Unscrew the bottom of the Tank
- You will see the bottom of the coil, simply remove the coil with your fingers or use the coil removal tool provided
- Remove the old coil, insert the new coil paying attention to line up the bottom of the coil with the bayonet fitting and press firmly home
- Screw on the bottom of the tank and you are good to go
Both coils provided for testing are Kanthal with the Z1 coming out at 0.4ohm rated 60-70W and the Z2 at 0.2ohm rated at 70-80W.
Out of the two coils tested, I preferred the Z2 coil over the Z1 because of the slight increase in flavour and it was also more suited to the way I vape. The margins though, were small.
Throughout my time testing, I never once had a dry hit from either of the coils used and that was chain vaping.
The wicking ports are large so it would indeed be very hard to get a dry hit from any of the provided coils.
The airflow control ring, unlike many other sub ohm tanks, is located at the top. The air flow from the Zeus Sub-ohm Tank is really smooth.
Flavour | Cloud
I am a great lover of the Geekvape Zeus X, it is a superb RTA with excellent flavour and a good design.
My favourite Sub-Ohm tank is the Freemax Mesh Pro and while some have come close there hasn’t, for me, had anything come close enough, until now.
The Geekvape Zeus Sub-Ohm Tank is very, very close indeed, in fact, it’s that close it may have to become my regular go to sub ohm tank, I rate it that highly.
The flavour from both provided coils is really top notch, especially when you consider it is a sub tank.
Just edging it for me out of both coils provided, is the Z2 coil which came pre-fitted, but only just.
For the testing of both coils, I used my own DIY e-liquid, Super Manchee Black Edition mixed at 80/20
For anyone who is a bit of a cloud whore, you will find ample cloudage to satisfy your needs.
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- Great Looks
- Great Design
- Easy, changeable coils
- Leak proof
- Excellent Flavour
Final Review Verdict
Geekvape have done an excellent job with the Zeus Sub Ohm Tank. Everything about the tank, from looks, design, to flavour is top notch and it carries along the Godlike Zeus name impeccably.
I would not hesitate to recommend the Zeus Sub Ohm Tank to anyone. It’s that good, it is now my number one Sub Ohm Tank of choice and that’s taken quite some time to knock the Freemax Mesh Pro from the top!
Are you looking to buy the Geekvape Zeus sub ohm tank? Or have you already tried it? Let us know in the comments below!