Hengling Qtank Gyrate Dual Flavor Subohm Tank Introduction
This is a preview of a product soon to hit the market. It is with pleasure I present to you the Hengling Qtank Gyrate. That’s right, Gyrate! This caught my eye a couple of weeks back when I saw a very early picture up on Twitter and I was particularly interested in how this would work as it is a tank using stock coils. Let’s get down to this and I will tell you all that is known about the Qtank right now and I will follow up with a review in a few weeks time.
Hengling Qtank Gyrate Dual Flavor Subohm Tank Features
- 2 Flavours 1 tank
- Improved adjustable coil
- Gyration design for flavour switch
- Cooling system on drip tip
- Top fill
- Bottom airflow
- 5ml capacity
Hengling Qtank Gyrate Dual Flavor Subohm Tank Thoughts on Features
Details on this are vague at the moment online so I will try my best to break this down. We have some innovation appearing in the design of the Qtank. Two separate flavours in One tank. We have seen this in an RDTA before but never in a tank utilising stock coils ( correct me if I am wrong of course ) Initially I was a little sceptical about how this would work given the stock coils inside. Is this just 1 coil allowing juice from two halves to run through separately? I asked myself. That did not seem right but the only thing I could think of was that or two very small stock coils running independently of each other. It seems the answer is that latter of the two going by the pictures and video recently posted on Twitter. It appears your two flavours are held in two chambers of the tank each housing a coil. The Qtank is around 30 – 31mm which to me would suggest a reasonable coil size inside.
The Gyration system for the flavour switch while sounding all sexy like is a simple twist mechanism to allow you to swap between flavours ( and coils ) as and when you wish. Innovation this is of course and again never seen before in a standard sub ohm tank. I am very interested to see how this whole thing works.
I tried to work out the cooling system on the drip tip however with the information online this was not clear so I am going to hazard a guess here. The top of the tank towards the drip tip has an almost cone effect. Removing the drip tip you can see two chimneys from the coils carrying the vapour up into a large void area. Is this where cooling efficiently happens? We will have to wait and see.
The remaining features seem pretty standard to me.
Hengling Qtank Gyrate Dual Flavor Subohm Tank Specification
Size: 72 x 30.5 x 31.4mm – ( Odd sizing here )
Material: Stainless Steel/Glass
Coil Resistance: unknown
Thread: 510 Thread
Hengling Qtank Gyrate Dual Flavor Subohm Tank Video
Hengling Qtank Gyrate Dual Flavor Subohm Tank Initial Thoughts
The Qtank Gyrate definitely is an interesting product. How will it stand up in the real world of vaping only testing this will be able to answer this. During my testing I will be looking at the flavour quality, how the cooling system actually works, will there be any crossover of flavours and just how well does this perform.
I am looking forward to trying and this will get a thorough testing as I am a serial flavour switcher. It’s not uncommon to have a few flavours on the go at once for me.
I don’t think this is a particularly attractive tank. Looks wise it is a little ugly from what I have seen so far. But the important thing to me really is whether this works or not and how well it works. As always keep an eye out here and on my social media channels for more on this.
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!