Welcome to the Aspire Tigon review! I was trying to think of a good intro to my vape tank review so I went with welcome. Sorry, I am not a marketing type of guy. Usually, I make vape juice. But I did want to review this tank because it is exactly what I was looking for so it stands to reason some of you might be looking for a tank like this too.
The reason why I wanted this tank is because it is a DL and MTL hybrid vape tank. It can vape MTL with 1.2 ohm atomizers or DL with 0.4 ohm atomizers. As a result, I can use the Tigon tank during the day at work with nicotine salt vape juice. Then later at home, I can swap coils and put in my 80/20 Freman VG vape juice and bring on the clouds.
Here's the story. During the day at work I like to vape MTL because it's less obtrusive. But I also like my clouds so at night I want to cub ohm vape. With the Tigon, I can do both with one tank.
The Aspire Tigon review starts with the specs. This is a stainless steel tank with a 3.5 ml vape juice capacity. The top fill system is a simple cap but I like that because it is easy and clean. The Tigon comes with two different drip tips. One of the drip tips is a narrow bore for MTL vaping. And the wider bore drip tip is for DL sub ohm vaping.
The bottom adjustable airflow offers precision control. The two coil options are the 1.2 ohm option and the 0.4 ohm option.
The Aspire Tigon comes with:
Aspire is a true pioneer in vape tank technology. In the last couple of years, the vape tank market has become very saturated. There are so many awesome vape tanks now. Especially sub ohm tanks. But the very first sub ohm tank that changed everything was made by Aspire. The Aspire Atlantis was a true game changer.
Aspire is known for innovating air flow control. That goes back to the original Nautilus MTL tank. My point is that although Aspire does not get as much attention as it used to, they are still a player and an innovator.
Vaping the Tigon is excellent. I got an early version for my Aspire Tigon review and I have been using it in both DL and MTL configurations. Using, of course, Freeman Vape juice. It is the best after all!
The quality of the Tigon is evident. I expected that from Aspire. What I really liked is the airflow control and the top fill. Now, if you are a cloud chaser, the 0.4 ohm coils make a lot of vapor but this is not a cloud chasing tank. Don't go over 28 watts. You get an excellent sub ohm DL vape even though the clouds are not as much as you might get from building your own 0.1 ohm quad atty and vaping at 200 watts. The flavor is awesome though.
Overall, I loved the Tigon best as a MTL tank using Freeman nic salt vape juice. Such a smooth and flavorful vapor. For me, the Aspire Tigon review gets an A because this is what I was looking for. One vape tank for two styles of vaping that I enjoy.
That's about all I have. My review are not as sophisticated as some others but I like this tank and it works! What else can I say. By the way, make sure that while you are here you check out the latest Freeman vape juice flavors.