EightVape Reviews: The FreeMax Mesh Pro Sub-Ohm Tank
The FreeMax Mesh Pro Sub-Ohm Tank
When it comes to a sub-ohm tank’s performance and quality, FreeMax always has the magic touch in terms of coming out with innovative upgrades. The old school Starre tank was one of the few good sub-ohm tanks that were out when sub-ohm tanks were blowing up in the vape industry back in late 2014. In 2016 FreeMax released the Starre Pure which has a ceramic housing around the cotton and coil for increased flavor production and it also had the solid top airflow system to minimize leaking while keeping an optimized airflow.
In early 2018, FreeMax released the FireLuke Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank which became one of the most popular sub-ohm tanks due to its innovative mesh coils. With the new mesh coils, vapers can see the difference in flavor and cloud production. The coils also have a good duration usually lasting at least a week when vaping casually. Today we will be reviewing the all-new, upgraded Mesh Pro Sub-Ohm Tank that will be released in the U.S. soon.
The FreeMax Mesh Pro comes with a few new improvements from the previous Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank. The Mesh Pro comes in a bigger size measuring at 25mm diameter base and 28mm center. A new sliding top-fill feature, and an all-new dual & triple coil system produces amazing flavor and thick, cloudy vapor without even trying.
We tested the 0.2ohm dual mesh coil which comes installed in the Mesh Pro. While vaping with the dual mesh at 70W you can feel the power and immense flavor and vape production. The recommended wattage on the dual mesh is between 60-90W. We recommend starting at 60W in order to make the coil last longer unless you feel it is not enough for you and need to bump up the wattage. The triple coil would probably be our favorite one, at .15 ohm with a recommended wattage at 80-110W. While vaping this at 90W, we realized it is best to vape casually rather than try to take a long inhale and chain vaping because the mesh coils covers a good amount of surface area around the cotton and it is best to wait a couple secs to let the juice to saturate around the cotton again before taking another hit. The new triple and dual coils are a bit bigger to make space to fit the mesh but the good thing is that Freemax made these new coil structures to be compatible with the FireLuke Tank, Mesh Pro Tank, and the Fireluke Pro Tank. The Mesh Pro seems to be the same structure as the Fireluke Resin Sub-Ohm Tanks except the Mesh Pro has a new top-fill sliding feature. So if you own any of these sub-ohm tanks already, you can pick up these coils once they release to try them out. The FreeMax Mesh Pro will definitely set a new standard in the new mesh coil systems.
FreeMax has come a long way in making some of the best sub-ohm tanks in the industry, starting with the Starre and now up to the Mesh Pro. We will most likely be seeing more of these new innovative ideas from FreeMax in the future as they have a great design team and engineers to make excellent performance sub-ohm tanks.