Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank

The Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm tank comes in a black box with a see-through window. The Revolvr atomizer is featured in that window. Just from looking at the front of the box, you can tell that this is a good looking atomizer. Click View Coupon to get this great price.

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First Impression Out Of The Box:

The Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm tank comes in a black box with a see-through window. The Revolvr atomizer is featured in that window. Just from looking at the front of the box, you can tell that this is a good looking atomizer.

Open the box up and on the first tier, you will see a gorgeous Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm tank as well as a spare glass, a black screwdriver, a glass drip tip, and some spare o’rings. Below the insert, you will get an instruction manual, security code card, QC certificate and a warranty card.

What’s In The box:

  • 1 REVOLVR Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 1 Replacement Glass Tube
  • 1 Extra Glass Drip Tip
  • 1 Screwdriver
  • Spare Parts & O-Rings
  • Instructional Manual

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

From Top To Bottom:

I absolutely love the drip tip that comes with the Revolvr tank. It is a 510 drip tip and it is resin. Mine came with one that has shades of blue, green, black, and gray. The drip tip has two o’rings on the bottom of it and it does fit inside a 510 opening, that is basically a platform on the top cap. Unfortunately, the platform does have two exposed o’rings on it. That is for a glass drip tip that is also included in the box. While I love the resin drip tip that is inncluded, I hate the exposed o’rings on the platform.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

I do like the way this sub ohm tank vapes with the glass drip tip installed but I like the looks of the resin drip tip better. I wish Sigelei would have included some sort of plastic cover that would cover up those exposed o’rings when you are running the resin drip. In general, I’m just not a fan of raised platforms on a top cap or exposed o’rings. I think it makes the atomizer look unfinished. It’s really kind of a shame that Sigelei went this route because I really do like the overall look of the atomizer.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

As I said earlier, the top cap does have a platform with exposed o’rings. Around the edges of the top cap, there is some serious knurling. The knurling does a great job of helping twist the top cap of of the atomizer. Once the top cap is off, you will see two very large fill ports. They have a kidney bean shape to them and they will accommodate almost any type of juice bottle. The threading on the top cap and the fill port cap is very smooth. I have no problem getting the top cap on or off. The chimney on the Revolvr tank is rather short and narrow. It’s not an MTL chimney but it looks like it’s set up more for flavor.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

On the inside of the tank, you will see a short of open barrel that covers the coils like a cage. The barrel does have Revolvr cutouts on it that make it look like the cylinder of a revolver. I love the look of the inside of this tank and it actually goes fantastic with a Squid Industries Double Barrel mod. It just looks like it belongs on that mod. Inside the Revolvr barrel is where your coil head is located. The coil head is done a little differently on this atomizer. Instead of just having a coil that drops into the base of the tank, on this tank, there is a coil head but you can install each coil individually in that coil head. The Revolvr is available with a 3-coil and a 4-coil head. Mine is the 3-coil one.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

On the base of the tank, we do have bottom airflow. The base is tapered down and it is not as wide as the middle of the tank. The base measures in at 24.5 mm. The bottom AFC is very fluid and it has stoppers on both ends. As far as the airflow goes, this is what I would call a rather loose draw. You can cut it down to get a more restrictive DL hit if you choose to do so. The threading on the interior of the base is very nice and the coil head actually goes in there quite easily.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

One thing that really bothers me about this tank is the fact that once the juice level gets below about a quarter of a tank, this thing leaks like a sieve. I mean, it just pours out juice. I have no idea why. Maybe it has something to do with the internal pressure or vacuum in the tank but I must caution you to not let this tank drop below a quarter of a tank. Do that and you will have juice all over your mod.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

The Coils:

I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but I don’t get this whole coil system that Sigelei came up with. Basically what they did was, they took a coil head and they allow you to install each coil individually in the coil head. I just don’t see the benefit. What makes this coil any different than a typical Smok coil that I can buy to put in my Baby Beast tank? Just the fact that I can remove each coil individually? Who cares? I just don’t understand. I mean, I could understand if there was a way that I could look at one of the coils and find out which one is actually burnt out. Then replace that coil without replacing the other two. If I could do that, that would be a benefit but I don’t see how I can do that just by looking at the actual coil.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank Review

Maybe another benefit would be if they made different ohm coils that I could mix and match for a certain resistance, I don’t know? I don’t see the big deal about being able to replace each coil individually. Not only that, but Sigelei does a bad job of actually explaining why it is a benefit. The other annoying thing is, in the package, you only get one coil. You actually get 3 coils but you have to install all three in the coil head and you have nothing for a backup or a spare. Why would you do that on a tank like this? The common practice when one buys a tank is that you get at least one spare coil. That’s not the case when you purchase a Sigelei Revolvr. I just think they dropped the ball big time when it comes to the coils on this atomizer.

How Does It Vape?

It really is too bad that this tank has so many flaws. I’ll be honest, I have no idea how Sigelei came to market with this type of tank. It makes me question whether they even do any beta testing at all. The tank actually has pretty decent flavor and the cloud production is nice as well. The problem is it’s a very leaky tank. It just is not worth the hassle because of the way it leaks when the tank falls below a quarter full. Absolutely ridiculous that in today’s day and age, we have a tank like this that leaks. It’s got other things wrong with it, too, but that is one of the main cons. When you are vaping on a full tank, the flavor is actually more than decent and the cloud production is there as well but go below a quarter of a tank and get ready for a mess.

What Would Have Made It Better:

  • Fix The Leaking
  • No Platform On The Top Cap

I mean really, I expect a lot more from a company like Sigelei when it comes to their Sub Ohm tanks. This thing is just not up to par with what Sigelei is capable of. For this thing to leak the way it does when the tank hits a certain level is just absolutely inexcusable. There’s no reason for a tank to perform like this. Sigelei, if you are reading this, you really need to do better beta testing before you come to market. Remember, we are your consumers, we are not your beta testers. Do your homework before you bring out something like this.

I don’t know how many times I have to say it and how many products I have to rip in my reviews before these manufacturers start getting the picture? We do not like top caps with platforms or exposed o’rings. That is a big No-No. What we want are Goon/810 style drip tips with 510 drip tip adapters. How hard is that for a manufacturer to comprehend? I say it in so many reviews and yet still, so many companies insist on bringing out atomizers with the exact opposite of what I and every other reviewer and consumer want. It’s getting to the point where it’s just ridiculous already. China, all of you need to start listening, watching and reading reviews. Damn, I am getting sick of hearing myself say it.

Conclusion:

The real shame in this whole debacle is the fact that the Revolvr is a sexy looking tank. If it performed half as good as it looked we would have a winner here. Unfortunately, because of the way it leaks so badly and because of quite a few more cons that should have been easily addressed, I cannot recommend this tank.

In fact, I still don’t understand what the benefit is of the coil system that they included. What exactly is the benefit of me loading 3 or 4 coils individually in a coil head? Why not just create a coil head with those coils already pre installed? Is it just the need to be different? Why are they trying to reinvent the wheel when there is nothing wrong with the wheel? I just don’t see the benefit. My advice is, stay away from this one. Sigelei can do much better in my opinion. This tank is not indicative of what they are capable of.

Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm Tank

The Sigelei Revolvr Sub Ohm tank comes in a black box with a see-through window. The Revolvr atomizer is featured in that window. Just from looking at the front of the box, you can tell that this is a good looking atomizer. Click View Coupon to get this great price.

$32.66

CLICK TO VIEW COUPON

Pros and Cons:

A note about Pros and Cons. These are my Pros and Cons. They are very subjective. What may be a pro to me could be a con to you and vice versa.

Pros:
  • Good Looking
  • Nice machining
  • Great Resin Drip Tip
  • Bottom Airflow
  • Good Flavor
  • Good Clouds

Cons:
  • Platform On Top Cap
  • Leaks
  • Exposed O’rings On The Top Cap
  • Stupid Coil System
  • Only One Coil Included

  • 24.5mm Base Diameter
  • 4mL Juice Capacity
  • Superior 303 Stainless Steel Construction
  • High Borosilicate Glass Reinforcement
  • Unique Revolvr Coil System
  • 0.32ohm Triple Coil Design – 0.9ohm Per Independent Slot – rated for 50-140W
  • 0.22ohm Quad Coil Design – 0.9ohm Per Independent Slot – rated for 50-140W
  • Dual Slotted Bottom Air Slot – Fully Adjustable
  • Convenient Threaded Top-Fill Method
  • Knurled Top and Bottom Base
  • Resin Wide Bore Drip Tip – Only Available on Red, Green, and Blue Colorway
  • Glass Wide Bore Drip Tip
  • 510 Connection

Deuces Jack is a well-known member of the VapingUnderground forums where he quickly became respected for his honest opinions and willingness to help other members. He is now a regular content contributor for Vaping Insider. When he’s not vaping or unboxing the latest products for review, he can be found riding motorcycles close to his home in New York.

1 Comment
  1. Reply Rob July 21, 2018 at 2:58 pm

    Thanks for the review.I just got one of these tanks for free in a juice bundle.For the life of me it looks too damn difficult to even change the coils.At first glance it looks like the coils and the atomizer are one piece.I’ll use the tank once and probably just toss the damn thing and see if any of the tips and glass fit on my Super Tank.

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