Ola x Fire
The Ola x Fire tank is a small sub-ohm tank.
It’s made of stainless steel with an inner glass tank. The tank can hold a maximum of 1.8ml e-liquid.
The Ola x Fire comes with an 0.2Ohm Ni200 coil and a 1.0Ohm coil. The 0.2Ohm one is capable of temperature control.
I got this tank pre-packed with my iStick TC40W. I’ve used it for a few weeks before switching back to my beloved iJust 2 tank.
The Ola x Fire is a great looking tank. I love the little flame cutouts on the sides, that show you just how much juice you’ve got left. It gives this tiny tank a somewhat cooler look.
Since the Ola x Fire only has a 1.8ml capacity, it’s small. Maybe a little too small. I ran into some problems filling the tank. Filling this thing really works best when using a needle bottle, since the holes are just too small to use with a standard e-juice bottle.
Another thing that bothered me, the chimney doesn’t come up all the way to the top of the tank, so you’ll never get a full tank of e-juice. Filling it up to the max results in what looks like about 2/3 of the total capacity.
The Ola x Fire performs pretty well. I’ve mainly used it with the 0.2Ohm Ni200 coil. Temperature control on the Ola x Fire works just fine. My favorite setting for this tank is about 290 degrees Celcius. 310 is just too hot for me, and anything under 270 seemed to result in drops of spitback.
The Ola x Fire features an option to control airflow, by moving the ring on the base of the tank. The ring is smooth enough to turn it around easily, but offers enough resistance to stay in place if you accidentally touch it while vaping. The airflow holes themselves are quite small, so even when opened all the way up, I still couldn’t get enough airflow to take a long, deep direct lung hit. It just feels like this tank was made for mouth-to-lung vaping.
Pros & Cons
- Cool looks
- Controllable airflow
- Small capacity
- Low maximum airflow
- Chimney too short