How to use Kore Tank
Summary: Introduction to KORE sub ohm Adjustable Airflow Tank Glassomizer;
Instruction: The KORE Sub-
In order to be able to use these coils, you will need a device that fires down to the Ohm level of the coil you intend to use. So if you want to use the 0.5ohm coils you will need a high powered device capable of firing down to 0.5ohm. Check the specs of your device first before you purchase yourself a sub ohm tank, as you might need to upgrade your device as well.
Box Mods work particularly well with the new sub ohm tanks.
Resistance: BTC(Bottom Turbine Coil) Ni-
Diameter: 22 mm
Length: 74mm (with tip)
Net weight: 59 g
Material: Body: 304 stainless steel
Tank Tube: Pyrex glass
Coil Head: 100% USA made resistance wire
Wicking Material: 100% Organic Cotton
Airflow: 2 faced airflow valves
Top adjustable airflow control, no leaking easy to refill, airflow control
1 Pyrex Glass Tip
1 KORE Sub-
2 KORE Sub Ohm Coil Heads (0.5 Ohm)
1 KORE Sub-
1 Clear Case
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1: Screw the Airflow Adjustment Base off the KORE Sub-
(Keep each part of KORE Sub-
2: Screw the Coil Head into the bottom Base. (always prime the cotton wick with e-
(Make sure the Coil Head is screwed down hand tight).
3: Snugly screw the KORE Sub-
1: Screw the Airflow Adjustment Base off the KORE sub-
(Tip: the Sub ohm Coil Head can be loosed with the Bottom Base… if so, check and tighten it again).
2: Fill e-
(DO NOT over fill or get e-
3: Screw the Airflow Adjustment Base back onto the KORE Sub-
The airflow system on the KORE sub ohm system tank has 4 holes:
4 x 3 SQ MM = 12 SQ MM intake holes, which provides plenty of air to the coils. The airflow system is easy to change and slides smoothly into place. Simply rotate the Airflow ring to your preferred size and your done !
When necessary, clean the components (except the KORE sub ohm coil head) by washing with clean water, and air-
A Few Things You Should Know About Sub Ohm Vaping:
1) Have a good understanding of Voltage, Resistance, Power, and Current with regards to vaping. This seems overwhelming at first and written in a foreign language but you will get the hang of it.
2) You will need the right vape equipment, which is a battery with a high continuous discharge. Cheap generic batteries, even though they are the correct dimensions, will not do the job. Go for a Samsung, AW or Sony battery capable of reaching these levels. If you buy replaceable batteries, then a smart charger will also be wise. Next you will require an ohm reader. This is so so important. Do not just try to see if it works, do not guess, they are relatively cheap and easy to use. Occasionally e-
3) You make a coil, test a coil, and its fine. But it doesn’t always stay that way. Make regular checks with your ohm reader, change batteries regularly, and if you notice your e-
Reasons why Sub Ohm Tanks might not be for you
Despite sub ohm tanks being all the rage these days, there are a few good reasons you might not enjoy using one.
Firstly if you don’t want massive clouds of vapour and want to stealth vape, then sub ohm tanks are most definitely not for you.
Secondly if you are looking for a mouth to lung style inhale like you would get from smaller clearomizers, then sub ohm tanks won’t be for you. Sub ohm tanks have air flow options, but are best used with wide air flow. When you restrict the air flow the vapour tends to get very hot as the coil isn’t receiving enough air flow. This means you will need to direct lung inhale which might not be for everyone.
Thirdly, sub ohm tanks will get through a lot of e-
Lastly the sub ohm tanks are not tiny with the majority being around 22 mm. This isn’t great for those who are looking for something very portable and lightweight.
Do bear these points in mind before you purchase your first sub ohm clearomizer as they might not be for everyone. We use them everyone now and then, but for us they aren’t our all day vape because of the clouds and amount of e-