Vaporesso Skrr Sub Ohm Tank Review – The New QF Coil System Is Awesome
Vaporesso has become a household name in the vaping market and almost every vaper knows about this brand. And the Vaporesso Skrr Tank is the latest “flagship” Sub-Ohm Tank from Vaporesso, which features an 8mL e-juice capacity as well as their newly developed QF coil system and coil heads. Today we will take a close look at the Skrr.
The first thing you’ll notice with this tank is that it’s quite big measuring just short of 6cm in height with a 30mm diameter.
Starting at the drip tip, it has a 510 Resin drip tip, which screws onto the tank and doubles as a top-filling locking mechanism. The locking feature is also a nice child-proof feature to have. This does make the filling process a bit more tedious as you would now need to unscrew the drip tip before refilling your tank.
The top filling on this tank works flawlessly. If you have their drip tip on, you will first need to unscrew the drip tip before you can use their convenient “Slide-n-Fill” top filling design.
Vaporesso launched a new line of coils for this tank called the Skrr QF Coils and currently, there are 3 options to choose from: 1.QF Meshed flax fiber/cotton 0.2-ohm coil: Rated for 50-80 watts, best at 65-75 watts (included); 2.QF Strip flax fiber/cotton 0.15-ohm coil: Rated for 50-80 watts, best at 65-75 watts (included); 3. SK CCELL ceramic/SS316 0.5-ohm coil: TC compatible, rated for 50-70 watts, best at 55-65 watts (included).
The coils are designed to prevent leaking and spit-back due to the QF Coils bullet-shaped design, and they do an excellent job at this. No matter what I did, this tank never leaked. Even when traveling, refilling, or over-priming on purpose, not a single drop of liquid leaked out and even when heavily saturated, it still didn’t spit.
The QF Coil system works as follows, air enters through the trapezoid shaped airflow at the base of the tank and then the air enters the inner positive post (Gold Post/Pin) located at the center of the coil head which has airflow holes at the top of the pin/post. Then the air directly horizontally towards the surface of the mesh coil. Any liquid that would’ve leaked out would now fall back down onto the base of the coil and then get re-absorbed by the cotton.
About the Skrr tank’s performance. I used my new Eleaf iStick Nowos Mod, which is quite an awesome mod. The flavor I got from this tank was pretty good, especially using the pre-installed QF Strip coil, and the best wattage is 65-75w. By the way, I have used about 80mL of e-juice on the strip coil before experiencing degradation of flavor.