Eleaf Rotor Sub-Ohm Tank Review

The pre-installed coil on the Rotor includes a little fan inside of it that spins. This concept has been noticed before on some RDAs but here is the first sub-ohm container to accomplish the same. This fan is supposed to enhance the flavor by more evenly distributing oxygen within the coil. It’s also likely to eliminate any opportunity of spitback. I’m uncertain how pleasant I am with a bit of metal rotating around inside coil but I’m likely to test it anyw

This tank was sent to me for review free of charge, directly from Eleaf.

The Rotor is a smartly designed and beautiful tank. I received the container in dark and it looks very good paired with black mods. It’s acquired a 26mm base size so it’s the average sized sub-ohm container that doesn’t overhang on most dual battery m

The pre-installed coil on the Rotor includes a little fan inside of it that spins. This concept has been noticed before on some RDAs but here is the first sub-ohm container to accomplish the same. This fan is supposed to enhance the flavor by more evenly distributing oxygen within the coil. It’s also likely to eliminate any opportunity of spitback. I’m uncertain how pleasant I am with a bit of metal rotating around inside coil but I’m likely to test it anyw

The Eleaf Rotor will endure to 5.5ml of ejuice and includes a top-filled port that’s secured by a key. It’s currently available in four different hues.

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