Eleaf iJust 2 Tank
I first got this tank when I bought the Eleaf iJust 2 kit to try and start sub-ohm vaping, and instantly fell in love with it because of its capacity and airflow. Later, when I got the iStick TC40W with an Ola x Fire tank, I gave my whole iJust 2 kit away. After only one week with the Ola x Fire I really missed the capacity and clouds of the Eleaf iJust 2 tank, so I bought another one and switched back.
The Eleaf iJust 2 tank features a huge 5.5ml capacity. It’s capable of sub-ohm vaping and comes with a 0.3ohm coil installed. 0.5 ohm coils and 0.15 Ni200 coils for temperature control are widely available for this tank.
I’ve been using this tank on the iStick TC40W for about 4 – 5 months, using 0.15Ohm Ni200 coils, on variable wattages and temperatures. It performs great. Massive clouds and great flavor. I’ve never had any spitback either. This tank is especially great for direct lung-hits, since it’s got awesome airflow.
Eleaf provides a yellow silicone ring to put around the base of the tank, so the airflow can be controlled. I’ve tried it for a couple of weeks, but couldn’t get used to it. Since I always vape taking direct lung hits, I usually had the airflow wide open, so I had no real use for the thing anyway. However, if you’re a mouth-to-lung vaper, this tank might not be for you.
I’ve heard some rumors about Eleaf releasing a new base for the tank with controllable airflow, but haven’t seen those anywhere so far.
On a full tank, I can usually make it through one day of average vaping without refilling.
When I switch liquids, I usually like to completely clean my tank. However, the iJust 2 can’t be taken apart all the wya. The bottom part and drip tip come off, but the chimney seems to be welded to the top cap, which is glued to the glass. All you can do to get it clean, is rinse it with water and wait for the tank to dry.
In the past months, I’ve dropped my Eleaf iJust 2 tank a couple of times, the last time resulting in a broken glass. Fortunately, glass-replacements are available in dual sets, so you’ll never have to worry about needing to buy a whole new tank.
The coils on this tank need to be primed up before usage. I’ve forgotten to prime my coils a couple of times, resulting in massive dry hits. So remember to always prime your coils!
Pros & Cons
- Large capacity
- Great airflow
- Non-adjustable airflow – or you’re stuck with the silicone ring
- Tiny holes for refilling
- Can’t be completely disassembled