Freemax Fireluke Mesh Subohm Tank Introduction
Meh… That’s my initial thought to mesh vaping. It’s not bad, but it’s not as mind-blowing as I had initially hoped when I had my first vaping experience using the Mesh RDA. Imagine my initial thoughts when I was asked to write about the new Freemax Fireluke Mesh subohm tank. I am always open-minded when it comes to reviewing. You have to be, just because one thing was poor it does not mean something similar will be the same.
My only previous experience with the company Freemax was with their Starre Pure sub-ohm tank which in all honesty was pretty decent. With this in mind this did add a positive twist to reviewing this.
With mesh this is different to standard wires, in a mesh coil a small sheet of mesh becomes the heating element. Benefits are a larger surface area, longer lasting coil life and better flavour. I disagreed with the last one on the Mesh RDA.
Freemax Fireluke Mesh Subohm Tank Unboxing
I was sent through the Fireluke Mesh in rainbow. This actually matched perfectly with my Smoant Battlestar mod as I have that in rainbow too. The tank itself is made of stainless steel and has a rather cool engraved grid design all around the metal parts, drip tip and even the coil! There are various colour options available and also resin and carbon fibre options too. There’s a reason resin or carbon fibre might appeal to some. I will go into this later.
Inside the box you will find:
- Fireluke Mesh Tank
- Spare Glass
- Extra 0.15ohm Coil
Freemax Fireluke Mesh Subohm Tank Looks and Specs
The Freemax Fireluke mesh is a 3ml capacity sub-ohm tank that uses mesh stock coils. Whilst its size makes it non-complaint for the TPD regs in the UK I am waiting to see if one appears here with some sort of removable plug installed to limit capacity like some other tanks have had added.
The Fireluke Mesh is 24mm diameter and 46.5mm in height. It is very tidy looking and looks smaller than it is I think.
Working from top to bottom the first thing is obviously the drip tip. This is an 810 drip tip and this appears to be made of stainless steel also and features the same engraved design as the tank housing itself. For some, this may well be annoying. It is not a smooth drip tip and has a kind of odd texture to it when you first start using it. However, after a day I was used to it, so much so that smooth tips then felt weird!
The next part is the stainless steel top cap which unscrews to reveal reasonably sized filling holes in the top of the tank. The engraved design makes it easy to get a grip and remove this for filling. Next is the glass, not much to say about this really, it’s clear!
The coil itself matches both the colour of the tank and the design so in my case I have a rainbow coil with grid design too. Both the installed coil and the spare are 0.15ohms which should give good performance and mesh does in my experience last longer than standard wire coils. Hopefully, these coils last longer than all the other stock coils I seem to have bad luck with! The coil fits into the base, which again has the same grid design. You will also find in the base two large airflow holes.
Looks wise this is certainly an eyecatcher. Particularly as it is rainbow in colour. This attracted a lot of comments when I posted it up on Twitter. It is really well made and all parts screw together smoothly. No issues here at all. For me out of all the colours and finishes, I think I had the best combination for review. The resin designs look nice but for me the carbon fibre looks a bit cheap.
Freemax Fireluke Mesh Subohm Tank Vape Experience
I have had the Fireluke Mesh for just shy of a fortnight and in this time I have pushed about 120ml of liquid through it including about 50ml of an Ice Cream Man eliquid. 10ml went through another tank and killed the coil in no time! But the mesh coil is still going strong and there seems to be no decline in the flavour quality.
The whole experience is an absolute pleasure and this gives a really pleasant vape. The vapour is silky smooth regardless of the liquid used. I have no complaints here. Airflow was great. This is fully adjustable with two large holes in the base. There are stoppers here to stop the adjustment ring spinning. Whilst the airflow is great it does come at the expensive of it being an incredibly noisy draw. A mighty whooshing can be heard every time and has turned heads when I have been walking behind people!
Freemax Fireluke Mesh Subohm Tank Video Review
Freemax Fireluke Mesh Subohm Tank Final Thoughts
I was wrong on so many levels about what I thought this would be like considering this was a mesh coil inside. This has long outlasted pretty much any other stock coil I have used recently and I have really put it through its paces in terms of the types of juice I have been pushing through it.
I am really pleased with the flavour and have been able to use some of my favourite dessert liquids that I did not enjoy as much when I used the Mesh RDA. So many positives here and lacking any real cons. I guess some people will say the drip tip being engraved is a con, It is a case of you will either love it or hate it. I love it now, but yes it was weird in the beginning.For a smooth drip tip opt for the resin versions. If I am pushed for a con then the only one I can think of is within the drip tip towards the upper part inside there is a small lip. I find that sometimes juice and pocket fluff ( yuck ) accumulates here. Normally tissue will sort this but the lip kind of stops that. Very small con for me!
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I am Jay (VapingWithJay) and I am a passionate vaper from the UK. Not only an avid vaper but I love nothing more than to share my thoughts on the latest products in the industry and helping others on their vaping journeys. Happy reading and vape on!