The Uwell Crown 5 tank as the name suggests is the 5th generation of the popular sub-ohm tank.
Here at ecigClick, we have reviewed Crown 1, Crown 3, and Crown 4. For some reason, Crown 2 managed to bypass us!
What to expect from the Uwell Crown 5 tank?
Wow, Uwell Crown 5 sure is a great animal! It is 29 mm in diameter for a start (1 mm larger than the Crown 4) and a 5 ml capacity. Of course, this huge diameter may include an overhang from bubble glass.
Now I’m not sure if the coil or tank is compatible with previous Crown versions – this is not stated on the website. There are 3 coils to choose from:
UN2 0.23ohm Single Vessel Mesh (65-70W)
UN2-2 0.3ohm Dual Loose Mesh (50-55W)
UN2-3 0.2ohm Triple Loose Mesh (65-70W)
The coils also use the Pro-FOCS flavoring technique that has been present on other YouWell atomizers for some time, but I’d be lying if I said I knew what that meant – I know that UWELL compared to other Usually supplies tons of flavor!
Uwell Crown 5 Tank Specs
Previously seen is the self-cleaning technique where any condensation is put back into the coil to be re-vaporized to prevent leaks.
The tank material is stainless steel and has a polished finish to polish it.
The airflow adjustment ring at the base of the tank is a vape tailor-made for your choice.
A 90 ° bend from the top cap provides access to fill the screw port. A silicon check valve is also provided to help prevent leaks from the filler port when the tank is tilted upside down
It looks great, but is it similar to the Crown 4 except for the coil and fill port check valves?
Will you upgrade to the Uwell Crown 5 tank? Let me know in the comments below!
Kit contents are not specified at the time of writing.
Size: 29 × 50.5 mm
Capacity: 5 ml
Material: Stainless Steel and Pyrex
Fill the top cap with a check valve
The reason I have compared this device to the HNB product is the strange white tip that looks exactly like the cigarette cartridges that use those products.
However, the white component is actually a drip tip or mouthpiece that is soft like a cigarette filter and biodegradable.
Inoki states that the output is 7-9.5W with a 1.2ohm coil. As they do not tell us what coil is installed in the standard pod I do not know what the output will be for this?
Here is an introduction video from the Innokin website.
Being a big fan of Scepter kits with 1.2ohm coils I think the Innokin EQ FLTR kit could be a game-changer. Many smokers state that they do not feel full of smoking by smoking.
Although the soft cigarette-style filter tip may be the edge of this kit!
I know what you think in the comments below!