Horizon Falcon 2 Review
Horizon Falcon 2 Review
Horizontech is back with a brand new tank, and it’s a fantastic upgrade from the original Falcon Tanks. The new Falcon 2 Tank features a 5.5mL capacity, new plug and go coils, as well as a brand new mesh coil heating style perfect for flavor chasers. This is one of the tastiest tanks I’ve reviewed since the TFV16, and with its sturdy construction, it’s sure to stand the test of time as well.
But how does it fare after a week or so of usage? Keep reading to find out!
I’ve been testing tanks for a few years now and it always astounds me how great HorizonTech tanks tend to look. I mean this is a company that took one of its most popular tanks ever, a best-seller by any standard, and invested money into developing a resin version so their customers could have more variety.
These new Falcon 2 Tanks are coming in a variety of colors, with each color having its own style of uniquely colorful resin drip tips. I’m actually very tempted to go pull a few tanks out of inventory just so I can grab the drip tips off of them, that's how good they look!
I also really enjoy the updated coil chimney on the inside of the tank, and the design actually serves a purpose besides looking cool! With the blades of the chimney near the cotton wicking ports, the movement of E-Liquid around the blades helps drive liquid into the cotton faster by breaking the surface tension.
How it Works
I have to admit, I don’t think you’re going to be able to hit 140W+ power ratings with any coil from the Falcon lineup. But with that out of the way, you will be able to get incredibly flavorful vapor out of the Falcon 2. I mean, realistically if you want to be blowing massive clouds you’d be better off with an RDA anyways. I like the Falcon 2 because I can get the same flavor and relative cloud size that I would out of a TFV16 without having to go past 80W.
The wood pulp mesh cotton delivers excellent flavor with every puff, even while chain vaping puffs back to back I had a hard time getting it to dry fire. As far as fill methods go it’s a standard slide to fill, I like that there’s a decent amount of resistance to the slide so I don’t think it’ll ever open in your pocket accidentally.
I noticed that the coils last around 1 to 1.5 weeks, dependent on what kind of juice you vape of course. I was running Jam Monster Grape through it the entire time so I was surprised the coils didn't burn out sooner with how thick that juice is.
I actually really enjoyed using the Falcon 2 despite my initial trepidation. I haven’t had the best experiences with Falcon tanks in the past, but this one seems to be a whole new platform from the previous generation. The plug and go coils are a fantastic addition which makes servicing the tank practically hassle-free and I found the flavor from them to be on par with the SMOK Mesh coils.
If you’re looking for a great new tank, and you don’t want something huge like the SMOK TFV16, I’d highly recommend checking out the brand new Falcon 2. Why not expand your horizons with this latest atomizer from HorizonTech?