TFV8 Cloud Beast Sub Ohm Tank Review
Coming Real Soon…The New SMOK TFV8 Tank
We will update our TFV8 Cloud Beast Sub Ohm Tank Review every week or so. In the meantime check out the info & pictures below.
Update: June 21st 2016
We just got the Tank yesterday, so we have not done our complete testing yet. We didn’t want to keep you all waiting so we added what we could. The main specs are below, as well as our thoughts on some of the main features of this Tank. You should be able to make an informed decision on whether or not you want this Tank or not with what we have posted here. We will continuously update the SMOK TFV8 Sub Ohm Tank Review as the days and weeks go by.
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- Size: 25.5cmx50cm
- Threaded 510 Connection
- Cyclops Style Adjustable Airflow
- Large Top Fill Slot
- 6ml Tank Capacity (5.5ml with RBA)
Replacement Coils: (coil pictures below)
- Available in 0.15Ω, 0.2Ω, 0.28Ω
- V8-T8 = 0.15Ω (50W-260W)
- V8-T6 = 0.2Ω (50W-240W)
- V8-Q4 = 0.15Ω (50W-180W)
- V8 RBA = 0.28Ω (50W-140W) Clapton Dual Coils
SMOK TFV8 Tank Review
The TFV8 Tank Is Definitely A ……. Beast
This SMOK TFV8 Cloud Beast Sub Ohm Tank is the latest & most anticipated product from SMOK, and it’s definitely the talk around the town and the Internet. This Tank by SMOK is going to mostly be for Cloud Chasers, because clouds is what you get. If flavor is your thing the Crown 2 Tank might be a better fit for you, feel free to read the Crown 2 Review before you go.
We have been using this Tank for about 2 days now, and it is a good tank, but it’s not our favorite. For 1, it gets super hot really quick, which is what you would expect from 8 Coil’s (Octuple Coil). It also eats juice, more than any other Tank we have used, and again obviously it’s because of the Octuple Coil. So if you are ok with a really hot Tank and using lots more juice than you normally would, this Tank could be for you.
Top Fill Swivel –
The Tank has a swivel top for refilling your juice. It is very convenient and easy to use. You just push down a little and twist to open it, and when you close it you have to push down a little to make it click and fit completely. So far we have had no issues with refilling the Tank.
Air Flow –
The air flow is really nice. It’s not too much and it’s not restricted a all. There are 2 air flow slots on the bottom of the tank. If you are familiar with the TFV4 this tank has 18% bigger air flow slots.
The coils are what make this the Cloud Beast Tank, because of the Octuple, Sextuple,& Quad Coil Heads. We have not used this Tank enough to talk a lot about them, but so far the V8-T8 is extremely powerful, it comes in at .15Ω, has a range of 50W-260W, and SMOK recommends “Best Use” between 120W-180W.
Build Quality –
This quality of the Tank is good, but not great. The Crown 2 is better made in our opinion. Earlier today we put the Mod down with the TFV8 Tank attached and it fell over accidently, we looked at it right after and there are no scratches or chips on it, so that’s a positive. We will update on how it holds up over time.
This Tank is really easy to take apart. We have not cleaned it yet but there are only 3 pieces to it. There is the Top Fill Swivel Cap, the Glass, and the bottom where the coil goes. It easily comes apart for you to clean.
Colors Available –
The SMOK Cloud Beast TFV8 comes in two colors, Stainless Steel & Black.
We have seen it being sold from as low as $28 up to $40 so far.
Would we buy this tank again if it broke?
We would buy this tank if it broke or got stolen, simply for the fact that when the time comes to blow huge clouds, this is the Tank we would use. However, It would not be our all day every day Tank.
Priming The Coil –
You will prime these coils as you would any other coils. You drip ejuice in from the top of the coil and go around the sides where the cotton is, and then wait until you see the juice comes through to the sides. There is nothing special or complicated with priming these coils.
Breaking In The Coil –
We suggest you start low as you would any other coil and work your way up. The difference with these coils is that you will have to start higher then you would a normal coil. If you try breaking them in by starting at around 30-40W you won’t even be firing the coil. I think we had to start at 50W just to trigger the coil.
We will add more to our TFV8 Cloud Beast Tank Review over the next few weeks.
Turbo Boosted Engine Coils, Turbo Boosted Bottom Air-slots, Turbo Boosted Heating Air-tube, and Turbo Boosted Drip Tip.
4 Unique Patented Turbo Engines (Coils)
V8-T8 (6.6T), V8-T6 (6.0T), V8-Q4 (5.0T), V8 RBA (4.0T-X)