Although the SMOK TFV8 Baby Sub-Ohm Tank was released onto the market years ago, it still remains to be one of the most popular sub-ohm tanks for a variety of reasons. When it was originally released, everyone was using it. It was one of the first sub-ohm tanks on the market to deliver such a performance vibrant offering, and its many features are why people loved it so much. What you’ll find interesting is that vapers are still using the TFV8 Baby Tank by SMOK to this day but why? We’re going to answer just that in this article. Here are five reasons why vapers are still using the SMOK TFV8 Baby Tank.
Vapers are still using the SMOK TFV8 Baby Tank, which is hard to believe when there are so many sub-ohm tank options available on the market today. Believe it or not but it’s true, and here’s why. From its fascinating appearance to the incredible design to the convenience that it offers, there are so many reasons why people could still be using this tank. Maybe it’s the low price that it has since new and improved tanks are now available. We’re not quite sure why others continue to use this tank, but we’re prone to believe it has something to do with both the price and coil options. Let’s go over each reason.
The SMOK TFV8 Baby Sub-Ohm Tank was created with its appearance in mind. SMOK is well aware that vapers have a tendency to judge a book by its cover, at least when it comes to products. The truth is, many of the tanks and devices perform relatively similar, so what truly differentiates them from the next is the way they look. The TFV8 Baby, also known as the TFV8 Baby Beast Tank, is by far one of the most appealing tanks on the market. It couples a sleek and compact design with a pleasing range of color options to ensure the TFV8 Baby Tank shines above the rest.
The design of the SMOK TFV8 Baby Tank is quite impressive. The engineering team behind SMOK went above and beyond with the design of this tank. They’ve took the brilliant design of the original TFV8 Tank and downsized it to be more compact, more portable, and even more convenient to use. Though it comes in a smaller size of just 22mm in diameter, it still features a top-fill design, a large internal airway, an adjustable airflow control ring, and even comes with a large Delrin drip tip to further boost its performance offering.
One of the key features when it comes to the TFV8 Baby Tank is the convenience that it offers. The tank is incredibly small, making it more portable, making it easy to stow away, and it fits much better on devices. Along with its small size, everything is made simple and extremely effortless. The top-fill system has a hinge lock that allows you quick access to refill the tank, and speaking of the pyrex glass tank, it sports a large 3mL capacity, giving you the perfect capacity to ensure even longer vape sessions and less time refilling.
Since the TFV8 Baby Tank was one of SMOK’s earlier releases, its price has been significantly reduced. While the price has changed, which is certainly in your favor, the performance and all of the many perks that come along with it, haven’t. The price is lowered yet you still can you enjoy what everyone loved so much about it, such as the appearance, design, convenience, and the coils options, which we’re about to get to.
The number-one reason why most vapers have been turned onto this tank is because of the performance, which is a direct result of the SMOK TFV8 Baby Sub-Ohm Replacement Coils. These vape coils are packed with the latest atomizer technology to produce the best performance. SMOK provides a range of coil options, which consists of the patented Baby Turbo Engine coil structure. Here is a look at the coil options available:
The SMOK V8 Baby Q2 Dual Core Replacement Coils come in two resistance options, 0.4ohm and 0.6ohm. The 0.4ohm supports 40W-80W and has a dual coil design, while the 0.6ohm option supports 20W-50W and has a dual coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby M2 Dual Core Replacement Coils come in two resistance options, 0.25ohm and 0.15ohm. Both coil options support 25W-45W and have a dual coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby X4 Quadruple Core Replacement Coil has a 0.15ohm resistance, supports 30W-70W, and has a quad coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby Sextuple Core Replacement Coil has a 0.2ohm resistance, supports 40W-130W, and has a sextuple coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby Octuple Core Replacement Coil has a 0.15ohm resistance, supports 50W-110W, and has an octuple coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby Mesh Core Replacement Coil has a 0.15ohm resistance, supports 40W-80W, and has a mesh coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby T12 Duodecuple Core Replacement Coils come in a variety of options, which consists of the 0.15ohm, 0.15ohm Red Light, 0.15ohm Orange Light, and 0.15ohm Green Light. The variety of coil options support 50W-90W and has a duodecuple coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby Replacement Strip Coil has a resistance of 0.15ohm, supports 40W-100W, and has a mesh coil design.
The SMOK V8 X-Baby Replacement M2 Coil has a resistance of 0.25ohm, supports up to 100W, and has a dual coil design.
The SMOK V8 X-Baby Replacement T6 Coil has a resistance of 0.2ohm, supports 40W-110W, and has a sextuple coil design.
The SMOK V8 X-Baby Replacement X4 Coil has a resistance of 0.13ohm, supports 30W-70W, and has a quadruple coil design.
The SMOK V8 X-Baby Replacement Q2 Coil has a resistance of 0.4ohm, supports 40W-70W, and has a dual coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby V2 S1 Replacement Coil has a resistance of 0.15ohm, supports 40W-80W, and has a single mesh coil design.
The SMOK V8 Baby V2 S2 Replacement Coil has a resistance of 0.15ohm, supports 30W-70W, and has a quadruple coil design.
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