Our Review On The GeekVape Eagle Tank

GeekVape Eagle Tank

I did review the Griffin a few weeks ago and in the meantime they also launched a 25mm version of the RTA, however today I want to talk to you about a brand new and revolutionary type of tank that’s going to allow users to try all the different types of complex coils out there (Clapton, Tiger, Notch, Juggernaut, and Caterpillar track) without having to ruin whole spools of wire in the process.

GeekVape Eagle Tank side viewThe GeekVape Eagle Tank is some sort of a hybrid between a standard sub ohm tank that works with pre-built coils and an RTA that requires wicking. Just like in the case of the Kanger Drip Box you can purchase your coils decks separately and this time we’re talking about 20 version in total, each with its own style of Clapton/Tiger wire, each made from different types of materials (Kanthal, SS, Ni80) pre-wicked and ready for action.

The tank comes packed in a transparent plastic box and inside you will find the GeekVape Eagle (without any coil inside), a 0.2 Ohm Staggered Fused Clapton (single coil) and a 0.2 Ohm KA1 Fused Clapton (dual coil). The tank is made from solid stainless steel and Pyrex glass, it feels very solid and the build quality is incredible. It’s incredibly similar in design with the Griffin25 and the only thing different is the Eagle logo on the chimney.

Just like in the case of the Griffin, there are two version of the GeekVape Eagle Tank – one with theGeekVape Eagle Tank bottom view extra top airflow and a smaller ejuice capacity (height 64.5mm / 6ml) and one with a bigger e-juice capacity (height 58.5mm / 6.2ml) but no top airflow mechanism. The top airflow is for those who want a very airy draw and that’s often required when using the tank at higher wattages. The version without the top airflow still has quite a loose draw but the vapor tends to get hotter as you go above 65W.

The tank measures 25mm in diameter – so make sure you have a mod that can totally fit it on top without overhang, like the IPV 5 – and it comes in two different colors – silver and black. It has a main airflow adjustment mechanism at the base and it also comes with a juice flow control mechanism that you can open or close down depending on the thickness of your juice. The juice flow control is easily adjusted by holding the knurling and the base and twisting the glass.

GeekVape Eagle coils I do recommend pouring some juice over the cotton before assembling the tank and then fill it with e-juice but with the ports closed down. Then slowly open the e-liquid control slots, let it soak for around 5 minutes and you’re ready to vape.

In terms of performance the GeekVape Eagle Tank is truly impressive when it comes to chucking out clouds, especially with the dual coil decks. Flavor is also quite similar to that on the original Griffin RTA and I found these staggered fused Claptons to be my personal favorites. You can totally replace the cotton whenever you want to but make sure to dry burn the coil first (mount the base on your mod and pulsate a couple of times) just to get rid of the old juice and deposits. The selection of coils is very impressive and these should last for weeks before requiring a replacement (the coils, not the cotton).