TPD-compliant 2ml top-filling Innokin...
TPD-compliant 2ml top-filling Innokin Slipstream tank features SS and kanthal sub-Ohm coils.
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The TPD-compliant Innokin 2ml Slipstream tank is conveniently filled from the top by removing a push and turn top cap.
TPD compliance means there's an emphasis on safety, so this limits the liquid capacity of the tank and dictates the way the device is made and operated. Much like medicine bottles, for example, adults understand to push and twist to open, but the mechanism makes it far more difficult for children to do so. In addition, by filling from the top the chance of liquid leaking out during use is greatly reduced.
The Slipstream is a handsome tank and fits in nicely with Innokin's distinctive and stylish range of vape tanks. It can be found as standard in the Innokin Kroma kit and the Pebble Slipstream kit, but this 21mm diameter tank can be used with many sub-Ohm capable mods.
The stainless steel tank casing offers more protection against damage around the glass tube but still easy access for viewing your liquid levels.
There are 3 adjustable airflow holes on the top cap. By turning the airflow mechanism, the draw can be altered from tight, similar to a traditional cigarette, to a very light draw.
The Slipstream comes with a 0.8 Ohm Kanthal coil installed. This is a great coil for every day vaping between 20-35W and effectively bridges the gap between sub-Ohm and mouth-to-lung vaping styles.
The other coil included is a 0.5 Ohm stainless steel Slipstream coil designed for more vapour and/or increased flavour.
This item is best suited to experienced vapers due to the sub-Ohm coils and higher power required to fire them. Use our page about user levels to learn more.
Sub-Ohm e-cig tanks and coils must be used by experienced knowledgeable users as additional safety precautions should be practiced when using these items. These devices need to work on a mechanical mod or a regulated mod capable of firing at sub-Ohm resistances. So, for example, if you have a 0.5 Ohm coil, your mod must be capable of firing at 0.5 Ohm resistance or lower. You must also ensure your batteries can handle sub-Ohm. If you're using a regulated mod, ensure it can cope with the amps. Improper use can lead to physical injury and damaged equipment.
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