Limitless Mod Co Gears Up To Storm The Vape Market- Review of Limitless Hextron Tank

Limitless Mod Co Gears Up To Storm The Vape Market- Review of Limitless Hextron Tank

All the signs are there. LMC looks like it is going to fulfil its potential by exploring the Tank market at just the right time. This American-based company has achieved many things in the last two years, but perhaps the most noteworthy is that it has played a unique role in the Box Mod market and the well-acclaimed Limitless RDTA tank released last year is the twin success of this.

This summer, launched at a competitive price of around $35, Limitless Mod Company(LMC)’s latest dark horse – Hextron Sub Ohm Tank, looks set to take the market by a storm.Let’s take a look.

Brand: Limitless
Diameter: 24mm
Tank Capacity: 3ml
Material: Stainless Steel
Color: Stainless Steel, Black, Gold

1 x Limitless Hextron tank
1 x 0.5ohm (pre-installed)
1 x Additional 0.5ohm coil

Longtime readers will know that I’m a huge fan of LMC (Limitless Mod Company). Having released a few fun, interesting, uber-cool devices such as the Arms Race, 200W box mod, Sleeve mod and the Pulse Pod in the recent past, LMC has found a way to dazzle us with their smart and attractive designs to enhance our view of sparkles.

This time, LMC is once again riding the coattails of artistic pleasant with the new Hextron Sub Ohm Tank. It measures 24 mm across by 43 mm in height with 3 ml liquid capacity, which produce a compact form. The color combo of black and silver along with the “old-school” tattoo-style LMC logo dazzles us as always, but the  Pyrex glass tank pair with the semi-open stainless-steel frame is the truly clever design that enhance our view of sparkles.

Such intricate designs  require special machines to make these cuts so it will be hard to replicate. LMC do it with a buoyant streak of fun and absolute confident that fans will love their new product.

This tank is a robust engine that stimulates and interacts with dynamics of any type of e-liquids to let Vaper cover the room with tremendous clouds of vapor in just one simple hit.

When you disassemble Hextron Tank, there are 4 parts: a drip tip, a filling cap connected with Glass juice reservoir, a stainless-steel chamber with inbuilt 0.5ohm cores and a bottom deck with air adjusting ring.

All parts are separated independently for convenient assemble, dismantle, and cleaning.

For beginners, you really don’t need those RDAs, RDTAs, RTAs. Things start with “R” (rebuildable)always make it sounds difficult enough. A sub-ohm tank will give  you the same Cloudage moment but save you much more energy. More specifically, this moderately powerful LMC Hextron sub-ohm tank can work with almost all kinds of current Vaping devices.

The stainless-steel chamber with inbuilt 0.5ohm cores comes out with no mess or intricacies. It is a 0.5-ohm coil with high-grade organic cotton for TC vaping and Vapers can reach variable temperatures setting from most technically superior mod. As a Stainless-steel product that have many 40W to 80w box mod in mind rather than restrict to the LMC products, it truly supports varying output of almost every devices that’s perfect for both flavor recreation and Cloudage performance.

Besides, there are four wicking holes around the chamber to give a complete soaking and prevents potential dry hits.

The Hextron Tank features a unique glass structure – a combination of external metal guard ring and the glass reservoir itself. The glass reservoir stands up to being dropped without cracking thanks to this metal framed structures wrap up around it. This design is stylish yet functional.

The Glass juice reservoir holds 3 ml maximum, which is not quite satisfactory. Just like other similar sub ohm tanks, Hextron utilized an internal top filling system – a threaded chuff cap. All you need is unscrew the top cap for refilling with ease. This is the least messy route for a vaper.

Two filling holes comes in a decent size, which would be no problem for a dropper to insert in. Also, it avoid excess liquid around the tip and keeps the top cap clean.

The drip tip is removable with the 510 threading. You can take it off to give it a thorough clean. This drip tip is the wide-bore type that enhances vapor efficiency as well as heat insulating. The inside spit-back design, not so high-tech though, is a truly welcome move.

There is also a thick O ring between bottom deck and juice reservoir, tight enough to seal the juice while solid enough to avoid coming off from constant wresting.

Six adjustable bottom intakes are clear cut with proper size, you can precisely adjust the amount of air intake. The same serrated -styled knurling is for a convenient operation. The design info is printed not engraved on the bottom deck.

The Limitless Hextron Sub Ohm Tank will give Vapors  a combination of style and functional excellence. At its best, it’s a Cloudage tank for average vaping, and the flavor come out of it is satisfying. A huge pro for the glass reservoir as well as the overall LMC design. A small thumb down for the relatively small juice capacity, which slightly lag behind those extreme cloud tanks.

The standard Limitless Hextron Sub Ohm Tank, with 0.5 ohm resistance and 80W output support, sells in ave40 for about 35 USD, which is pretty reasonable for a sub-ohm tank. In that light, the Hextron Sub Ohm Tank represents a decent value. If you want to get a cool 24mm sub ohm tank above all else, LMC sub ohm tank is definitely one of the most compelling options more

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