Flow Pro Sub-Ohm Tank
Let's begin with a few facts for the Wotofo Flow Pro Tank, one of which being that it originally came as a kit with none other than the Flux kit which I happened to love! it's a great tank but there is an issue with it, let me explain.
You see, the Flow Pro is a top fill tank and as a tank it's fantastic but, there is no clear indication of where to press in order to slide the top cap open. Well, there is but it's only a sticker, stuck to the tank which any self-respecting vaper will remove immediately, just like I did. That being said, it's a great little tank whos new mesh coils have blown me away, to say the least.
At this point, I'd like to express some my testing of this tank and the steps I followed, perhaps giving you a better idea of how good this is. For starters, I vaped this tank with the same coil which was included in the tank from day one, throwing tank after tank at it, refilling with a different liquid each time, running through 20/80, 30/70, 50/50 and even 100vg (the really thick stuff) and it passes with flying colors. The next test was an accidental drop test on concrete, from around 4 feet when I was getting off my motorcycle. I have to say I was hesitant to even look but the glass tank on this is fairly thick but looking down revealed both my tank and Flux mod were perfectly intact. Surprise surprise, it happened yet again and even then, the tank still survived!
So that speaks to its strength, but what about capability? The Flow Pro tank was put up against my Drop rda which is my staple for testing and let me just say how well it did! Head to head with a dripper, it very nearly, nearly dominated and don't get me started on the flavor!
so that's what i like about it, but what don't i like; well, there's the top filling cap which i mentioned earlier but there's one more thing, airflow. it's too airy and i found myself closing it nearly all the way in order to get a decent vape. that being said, it still performed really well.