Our Review On The Joyetech Delta 2 Sub Ohm Tank

Joyetech Delta 2 Sub Ohm Tank

The bigger and more powerful brother of the eGo ONE, the Joyetech Delta 2 is by far one of the best sub ohm tanks on the market today and is part of the resistance group (alongside the Arctic, the Melo and the Herakles) that challenges the domination of titans Aspire and Kanger.

Made from solid stainless steel, this tank is pretty heavy and it feels great in the hand. The construction is flawless and the materials used are clearly top notch. It features a Pyrex tube inside the stainless steel body that is clearly visible through the three sets of windows that also act as an indicator for the remaining e-liquid level. As a side note, because of the inner chimney, it’s quite difficult sometimes to see how much e-juice you have left unless you put this tank into direct light. It measures 70.5mm in height, making it one of the tallest sub ohm tanks and it has a total diameter of 22mm. It is designed to work with regulated devices that are capable of producing anywhere between 20W – 45W, but you can also use it with more powerful mods or even with mechanical mods as long as you have a battery with a discharge rate of at least 25A.

Joyetech Delta 2 tank packaging The Joyetech Delta 2 comes packed in a nice white cardboard box, and inside you will get the fully assembled tank, a manual, and a spare atomizer head rated at 0.5 Ohms. It has a total capacity of 3.5ml of e-liquid and the unique fact that you can adjust the amount of juice gets soaked by the atomizer heads. Yes, you’ve head correctly, the atomizer heads have an adjustable system (also called LVC – liquid valve control) so that you can widen or narrow the quantity of e-liquid that gets through the feeding holes. This is especially important if you are using a thicker (high VG concentration) juice or if you experience any sort of flooding.

Another interesting fact about the Joyetech Delta 2 is that you can also buy an RBA base for this tank and swap it with the regular atomizer head. We didn’t get it with the tank but we plan of buying it separately in the near future just to experiment a bit. However, from what we’ve seen online it’s a small RBA base (roughly the same size as the atomizer heads) with a positive and negative post on which you can mount your pre-built or handmade coil.

Another thing worth mentioning is that this tank comes with its own stainless steel drip tip, which we absolutely love, and with a regular 510 connection. Also, like in the case of any respectable tanks these days you get an airflow adjustment system – two intake holes near the base (one on each side) that you can gradually open or close via a rotating dial.

To refill the Joyetech Delta 2 with e-liquid you simply need to unscrew the base and then pour in your juice with a dropper or needle top bottle. Because the heads are so Joyetech Delta 2 silver
big and also due to the fact that it needs to also hold an RBA base, the inner chimney is quite massive and you only get limited access to the sides of the tank where the juice needs to land. Also, when using this tank for the first time you will need to make sure to soak up the atomizer head with plenty of e-liquid and start off at a lower wattage to prevent the cotton from burning.

Performance wise, the Delta 2 is capable of producing massive clouds and the draw is absolutely fantastic. It’s ideal for anyone who wants to experiment with sub-ohm vaping and it’s a big upgrade over the Joyetech eGo ONE. The full metal body prevents it from cracking and it’s built to last for years. We would definitely recommend this tank to any of our friends.