In this article, we’ll share the SMOK TFV12 Prince Tank Preview, a quick glimpse at a revolutionary tank that’s apart of a hit series developed by one of the largest vape manufacturers in the world. It’s become quite clear that SMOK Technology is relentless and will stop at nothing when it comes to new research and development to carry on its thriving series of products. While some may see them as trendy or too commercial, it’s something that consumers and vendors are taking in quite heavily as they continue to fill the shelves of vapor shops. We’ve seen SMOK introduce many successful products that have become a chain of improvements upon improvements. However, none of which can compete with the success of its TFV collection of revolutionary tanks. Today, we look at its latest addition to the series that’s an improved upon version of the SMOK TFV12, despite its great success and widely gained popularity. We introduce you to the new SMOK TFV12 Prince Sub-Ohm Tank, also known as the TFV12 Cloud Beast Prince!
Meet The TFV12 Prince Tank
Constructed of high quality 304 stainless steel and its tank material made of borosilicate glass, the TFV12 Prince Tank boasts great durability and created to withstand the course of time. The glass tank part of this tank is very unique, not only from the type of glass material that’s used but also because of the new bulb glass tube that protrudes the base diameter to offer a larger tank size, now offering an 8ML e-liquid capacity. It uses a Delrin wide bore drip tip that’s known throughout the industry as a “lip saver” because of its ability to reduce the generated heat to your lips. However, much like many of its features, the drip tip isn’t just your ordinary drip tip. In fact, it’s known as the cobra drip tip due to its unique cobra pattern design that perfectly matches each tank color option, which includes black, green, gold, blue, red, stainless, rainbow and purple.
Aside from its incredible appearance, the SMOK TFV12 Prince has so much more to offer with its features and performance. For starters, the TFV12 Prince has a patented locking mechanism which requires you to press a button to open the cap to prevent any accidental openings. Once you open the top cap you’ll have the ability to fill the tank directly from the top, avoiding any spillage or mess. Due to its coil configuration, its wide bore drip tip, and bottom dual adjustable airflow control, the TFV12 Prince Sub-Ohm Tank offers a direct-to-lung draw. One thing SMOK has become known for is its coil offerings that are paired with its sub-ohm tanks. The TFV12 Prince features the new Prince Q4 coil that offers a quadruple coil at 0.4Ω, the new Prince X6 that offers a sextuple coil at 0.15Ω, and the Prince T10 coil that offers a decuple coil at 0.12Ω. However, unlike past coil options in the series, these new coil designs have 12 juice holes integrated, meaning you’ll enjoy the better flavor, greater wicking, and an overall better performance.
SMOK TFV12 King VS. SMOK TFV12 Prince
While the TFV12 was certainly one of SMOK’s greatest and most powerful accomplishments in the TFV collection, the TFV12 Prince is the improved upon version, sharing great advancements with its features and performance. The original TFV12 offers a 6ML e-liquid capacity, while the TFV12 Prince offers a larger 8ML capacity due to the bulb glass tube design. The original TFV12 uses the SMOK V12 Engine Coil Family, while the TFV12 Prince uses the Hyper Engine Coil Family. The original TFV12 offered a hinge and lock top fill system, while the TFV12 Prince has a new patented locking mechanism with a flip-top cap that’s accessed once you press a spring-loaded button located beneath the tanks upper rim. The original TFV12 used a common Delrin wide bore drip tip, and the new SMOK TFV12 Prince uses the cobra drip tip, which can also be bought separately in red, rainbow, blue, purple, green, and yellow. The original SMOK TFV12 coil heads offered up to 6 juice holes, while all Hyper Engine coils offer up to 12 juice holes per coil head.