A stunning new clearomiser tank set from iSmoka is the BCC-GT.
We have tested the new tanks in the GT series and we are impressed. They provide lots of vapour, work like a charm and are nice to look at. Try them you will not regret it.
About the tank:
The Eleaf GT tank itself is made from polycarbonate and it has a metal sleeve on the outside. This makes it look very nice but it also protect your tank.
With a capacity of 1.6 ml you are in for a nice long vape, and you can keep an eye on how much liquid you have left through the windows in the sleeve.
Polycarbonate* tank with metal sleeve.
Capacity 1.6 ml
Diameter 14 mm
The base has 510 standard threads (connection)
You can use other drip tips that are standard 510 in size on the tank
Can be disassembled completely for cleaning
You can buy spare parts for the GT tank so you change the base to a different connection, replace the polycarbonate tank with a glass tank or change the colour.
*There are different liquids that do not work too well with polycarbonate e.g. strong menthol, absinthe, cinnamon cola etc. There are probably many more, and Pink Mule does not replace tanks that have been ruined by liquids.
*You can buy glass tanks in the GT series, if you suspect the liquid you are using will ruin polycarbonate.
About the atomiser (BDC):
The new BDC - Bottom Dual Coil atomiser heads - that comes with the tank are highly recommendable. They are small vapour producing engines that work much better than many of the ones already declared the very best.
Replaceable atomiser heads
Wick and coil hidden inside the atomiser so there are no wick visible
Bottom placed atomiser for better wicking and always wet wick
When the atomiser need to be replaced, you simply pull it from the base and push in a new one and you are set
The atomiser heads are called BDC which means that they are bottom placed dual coils. Dual Coil = 2 coils that activate to procuce vapour.
You can also use BCC atomiser heads. They are like BDC but have only ons single coil on the bottom.