FreeMax from Chine is known for its line of atomizers. It has recently released a new non-rebuildable tank Starre Pure, which, according to its creators, excellently transfers flavours. Is it so? Let's see.
Externally, the tank looks good: nothing in excess and nothing remarkable. It looks like all other tanks. The manufacturer apparently has decided not to bother with the design and make a bet on its performance characteristics. Appearances, as they say, are not important. The tank is available in two colours: silver and black. As for me, the silver one looks much more interesting. It does not distract the attention, and the liquid is visible through the glass.
The main advantage of this tank is a ceramic element. At least, the manufacturer thinks so.
Continuing the traditions of rebuildable atomizers, the non-rebuildable atomizer is performed at a very decent level.
The idea of using Kantal in the ceramic body is not new. It provides a quick start, because coils are heated fast enough. It comes with two coil heads 0.25 and 0.5 ohm (one works up to 50 watts and the second one up to 80 watts) and they go a long way. How long exactly? Let's try to calculate. If a tank has a volume of 4 ml, one coil withstands 80 refills. It turns out that one coil head can evaporate 320 ml. Let's multiply it by two and obtain indicative results of 640 ml. It’s upon you to decide whether it is little or a lot.
Engineers decided to make really high-quality airflow. Instead of usual low airflow, which periodically leaks in StarrePure, we see two neat and volumetric slots. Large holes make the tank a bit noisy. For a beginner, it may seem a little strange, but for an experienced vaper, it is a usual thing.
StarrePureTank has an upper air intake. The air moves down, blowing coils and, turning into vapour, moves up. The advantage of the top airflow is non-leaking tank. Therefore, you do not have to carry a pack of tissues in case of another leakage.
The disadvantages of the tank include the feature of complete evaporation of e-liquid. Due to the tank volume, a couple of drops can hide somewhere; when filling with new flavour occurs, the flavours mix.
A drip tip is made of heat-resistant material Teflon. The tank has an upper liquid filling system, which is convenient enough to fill almost any bottle. A level of inhaling is adjusted by using a rotary ring.
Starre Pure has an outer ceramic coating. Ceramics reduces the amount of heat transmitted to the outside of the tank; however, this technology has been already used for a long time. It seems that the Chinese manufacturer has made a right update, but a bit too late.
The package includes StarrePureTank, spare glass, O-rings and two coil heads with different resistance.
PureTankimeet has really good and clean transfer of flavour. Lovers of expensive liquids can feel the familiar flavour in a new way.
Those who have already tested the tank will agree with this opinion.