Designed and engineered in the USA by Project Sub Ohm, the Saucecode BXDC is a Sub Ohm tank featuring an advanced top fill system.
The first ever dual material pre built coil heads, an included RBA deck, large 4.5ml capacity, finely adjustable airflow and it can be used with other coil heads from other manufacturers, such as Aspire Atlantis and Sense Herakles coil heads.
The dual material BXDC coil heads are a really interesting prospect, as they are the first of their kind to sport a dual material wick.
You have Fibre Freaks Density N2 cellulose wick found on the outside of the crossed dual coils to ensure the BXDC coils wick quickly and can wick any e juice ratio, and Japanese Organic Cotton is in contact with the coil to provide the best flavor possible.
Of course, there’s an RBA coil provided if you prefer to build your own, and if you can’t get your hands on replacement BXDC coils then you can use Aspire Atlantis, Aspire Triton, Sense Herakles and Eleaf Melo coil heads.
I’m always excited to get my hands on Project Sub Ohm kit as they do knock out some really special releases, lets see if the Saucecode BXDC Sub Ohm tank is one of those!
In The Box
The presentation box that the Saucecode comes in is very stylish, much in the same vein as previous Project Sub Ohm releases, it’s an all black box with the Project Sub Ohm logo, Saucecode and the #UltimateFlavorTank hashtag.
Inside the box you will find-
- Project Sub Ohm Saucecode BXDC Sub Ohm Tank
- Pre installed 0.3ohm BXDC coil head
- RBA coil with pre installed 0.5ohm coil build
- Spare glass tank section
- Black O-rings
- Red O-rings
- User Manual
BXDC heads are quite hard to get hold of in the UK at present, so if you prefer to use the pre-built coil heads you’ll also find that the Saucecode is compatible with the following coil heads-
- BXDC Coil Heads
- Aspire Atlantis V1 Coil Heads
- Aspire Atlantis V2 Coil Heads
- Aspire Triton Coil Heads
- Aspire Triton V2 Clapton Coil Head
- Eleaf Melo Coil Head
- Freemax Starre/Vapeston Maganus Coil Head
- Sense Herakles Coil Head
- Sense Herakles gClapton Coil
• 4.5ml Capacity Tank
• 22mm Diameter
• 55mm Tank Height
• 304 Stainless steel
• Copper 510 connection
• Wide bore Shorty Drip Tip (404 Stainless Steel)
• Most advanced Top fill Technology in the world
• Dual Action Adjustable Chimney (DAAC)
• PEEK Insulator
• BXDC Sub Ohm Coil comprising of dual wicking material (Fiber Freaks and Japanese Organic Cotton)
• Cross compatible with Aspire Atlantis, Eleaf Melo Coil and Aspire Atlantis heads
• RBA Head (Cross Compatible with Aspire Triton, Atlantis and Melo)
• All tanks have individual serial numbers giving a personal attention to detail.
• Designed, developed and engineered by Project Sub Ohm in the United States.
• Engraved Project Sub-Ohm logo
• 100% Authentic Product
Build Quality & Design
It has a caged stainless steel design with a Pyrex glass outer that is reminiscent of the looks of the Aspire Triton. Unlike the Aspire Triton however, you can fully strip down the Saucecode to clean it, and if you break the glass this can be removed and replaced with the spare included in the box, which saves you having to go out and purchase another tank!
The included shorty drip tip is manufactured from 404 grade stainless steel, I found this a little short however and my lips did come in contact with the top of the tank which gets quite hot during use, however it is 510 threaded so you can swap it out for a longer drip tip should you wish.
The base of the Saucecode sports a non adjustable 510 copper contact pin, so you don’t want to be using this with a hybrid mechanical mod! It’s also a 22mm width tank which makes for a good fit with most mods.
There’s a no spill coil swap system in place that means as long as you invert the tank when swapping your coils around, you won’t lose a tankful of juice. The threading is really smooth so it’s quick and easy to swap your coils around.
Overall, I think it’s a really smart looking tank, I really like the design and looks, and the fact you can swap the o-rings out for different colored ones to match your mod!
There’s an airflow control ring present at the bottom of the Saucecode BXDC tank, and adjusting this allows you to adjust the airflow coming in through the four airflow slots. Wide open puts it in cloud chasing mode, half open is flavor chasing.
Wide open it isn’t the airiest tank around, but it can still throw out some decent clouds, certainly better than a lot of other tanks that are designed for use in the same wattage range!
How Does The PSO Saucecode Tank Perform?
You have a 4.5ml capacity which is more than a lot of competing sub ohm tanks offer. The Saucecode is top filling and there are two huge fill ports present at the top of the tank to fill juice through.
The DAAC juice flow control system is found here too- unscrew the top cap to close off the chimney and prevent spillage, screw it all the way back on until it won’t go any further to raise the chimney and expose the coil.
I’ve found it needs to be fully open when in use otherwise the odd dry hit creeps in- when fully open you can wick up to 80VG juice with the BXDC coil.
You have an RBA coil included with the Saucecode and this has a 0.5ohm build pre installed. All you need to do is wick it and its ready to use! As long as the wick is covering the juice flow holes, and you don’t use too much wick, this performs very good at 35w with really nice flavor and decent cloud production using a Muji wick.
The BXDC Coil I believe offers the better performance however. The Fiber Freaks Density N2 cellulose wicking material helps to wick juice very quickly indeed, meaning you can chain vape away happily without worrying about dry hits.
The Organic Cotton in contact with the coils themselves provides a really fantastic vape, which is one of the most flavorful vapes around! Complex juices work really well with these coils with individual flavor notes coming through as you vape, and these offer flavor almost on par with a dripper, which is amazing for a pre built coil head.
The coils are rated for use between 10 and 40w, however Project Sub Ohm recommend that 36w is optimum power for the BXDC coil- I’d agree with them as this is where I got the best results for flavor and vapor!
Final PSO Saucecode Tank Review Verdict
Project Sub Ohm have pulled another stunner out of the bag with the Saucecode BXDC sub ohm tank. Rather than being just another sub ohm tank with big clouds and average flavor, the Saucecode BXDC can chuck the clouds but it really excels at flavor! It’s not tagged as the #UltimateFlavorTank for nothing!
The flavor from the BXDC coils is really something else and one of the very best clearomizers for flavor out there. The Saucecode also offers the ability to rebuild your own coils with the included RBA coil, and it can be used with other manufacturers coils too, which is a bonus if you have no spare coils to hand!
It’s available at a really good price and for the flavor performance alone of the Saucecode BXDC, you can’t really go wrong. If you want a tank that performs like a sub ohm tank, yet excels at flavor as well as clouds, then this is the tank for you!
- Absolutely amazing flavour production
- Very good clouds
- Top build quality
- Looks fantastic
- Cheap price
- Interchangeable with a wealth of other branded coil heads
- Finely adjustable airflow
- Wicks up to 80VG
- Juice flow control isn’t as finely adjustable as it’s made out to be- needs to be fully closed for filling, fully open for vaping
- Drip tip is a major gunk magnet!
- Wicking needs to be really spot on with the RBA deck otherwise it floods or dry hits, not particularly forgiving
- BXDC coils are in short supply in the UK