The NexMesh Sub Ohm Tank By OFRF Previewed
The OFRF NexMesh Sub Ohm tank is the follow up to the excellent OFRF Gear RTA.
The Gear RTA went under the radar for a lot of people until word got out how brilliant it was.
With the company gaining a lot of fans the Sub Ohm tank version should be an absolute beauty!
The coil heads have a mesh heating element which is arranged in a slightly conical structure. This structure allows the heat to flow up and concentrate the vapour more as it rises up the cone.
Also OFRF talk about a triple mesh density – which I am struggling to understand. I can see that you have two separate cotton wicking layers around the mesh element.
There are two coils to choose from:
- 0.2ohm Kanthal A1
- 0.15ohm stainless steel 316L which can also be used for temperature control vaping.
The top cap has a button unlock and slides open to reveal the filling port.
You get adjustable bottom airflow and the tank “glass” is made from PCTG (I assume a sort of plastic) which is apparently shock resistant.
There is a kind of seal between the e-liquid containing area and the base and top caps. The images seem to show that you can remove the base or top cap without losing e-liquid?
There are 6 colours to choose from – Stainless Steel, Black, Gun Metal, Blue, Gold and Rainbow.
- OFRF NexMesh Sub Ohm Tank
- 0.15ohm SS316 mesh coil
- 0.2ohm A1 mesh coil
- Bubble glass
- User manual
OFRF NexMesh Sub Ohm Tank Specs
- Size: 25×40.5mm
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Slide top fill – button locking
- Capacity: 4ml / 5.5ml (bubble glass)
- Coils – NexMesh Conical coils – 0.2ohm (A1) and 0.15ohm (SS316)
- Shock resistant PCTG tube (glass)
- Adjustable bottom airflow
- Silicon guard between top and base and tank section
I love a good mesh coil sub tank – the Freemax Mesh Pro is my ultimate favourite.
Will the OFRF NexMesh Sub Ohm tank live up to the pedigree of its predecessor? Let me know what you think in the comments below!