Damn Vape WOTAN Sub-Ohm Tank Review


Aesthetics Damn Vape WOTAN

No one can argue that Damn Vape doesn’t have a sense of style. Though most tanks look fairly similar these days, the WOTAN looks a little burlier and more squared-off than the competition, immediately standing out on shelves.

One thing you’ll notice immediately is how much real estate the massive mesh coils take up within the tank. Given the refraction of light through the glass tube, you’d be forgiven for thinking the sides of the coil housing were actually touching the glass. (And when you fill the tank in what seems like a nanosecond, you’ll think it again…)

The 5.5mL bubble glass definitely helps, but overall, this isn’t a large capacity atomizer, so plan accordingly when heading out for the evening. The capacity is limited even further if you choose to employ the included airflow inserts within the tank. Much like it was with the classic Uwell Valyrian tank, these adapters definitely change the experience, but ultimately, most vapers will remove them before long.

The rest of the WOTAN is sharp, with chunky cutaways and styling around the top cap, a nicely tapered mouthpiece, and a rock-solid level of build quality. It feels commanding, and looks great on top of virtually any mod.

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Source: Spinfuel.com