OFRF nexMESH Sub-Ohm Tank Review

You get two different coils with the nexMesh container and both characteristic this thick conical mesh. The coils also integrate both an interior and outer level of cotton to avoid dry hits and offer better wicking. The nexMesh is available in six different colors, features a silicone guarded load port and has a maximum capacity of 5.5ml. It also runs on the PCTG tube for a shock-resistant, nearly unbreakable tank.

The nexMESH includes a 25mm base diameter and stands roughly 40.5mm high without the drip tip. It’s the average sized container; it’s not too big but it’s not small either. With the bubble cup installed it looks perfect atop the Aegis Leg

Each of the tanks pieces are slightly beveled which provides nexMESH a clean start looking. Even the drip hint is normally beveled at the top and bottom. The stainless color that I received isn’t very shiny but is instead more ordinary and neutral. It’s a very pleasant and neat looking container that isn’t overly style

You get two different coils with the nexMesh container and both characteristic this thick conical mesh. The coils also integrate both an interior and outer level of cotton to avoid dry hits and offer better wicking. The nexMesh is available in six different colors, features a silicone guarded load port and has a maximum capacity of 5.5ml. It also runs on the PCTG tube for a shock-resistant, nearly unbreakable tank.

This tank has received high praise from multiple reviewers, a number of them going as far as calling it the very best vape tank of 2019. Today I’m heading to discover if it really lives up to the hype.

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