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Posted by Shaun Jurovich on
If I wanted full air flow on the tfv8 I had to get the hooka coils which wse great I had mine for over a year..The TFV12 though! Massive clouds massive airflow on all the coils probably due to its bigger air flow slot. Way better and worth the upgrade! Might wanna reduce you're nic though
Posted by Steven Grant on
I got the TFV4 when it first came out and I thought it was pretty neat.
As soon as the TFV8 came out, I rushed to pick that up and was blown away.
The TFV12? Sweet damn. That's all I can say.
First off, the airflow. I've been playing with the coils that came with the tank. The airflow is exceptional on all of the stock coils. In fact, using the Q4, I've had to close the airflow a little because it's just a bit much to take in. Never had that with a tank before, only drippers, so that's pretty amazing.
Secondly, the juice consumption. Like the TFV8, this thing destroys juice pretty fast if you vape as much as I do. I can go through 120ml in about 14 days, which adds up pretty fast.
Lastly, the design. The TFV12 is a bit thicker than the TFV8. The TFV12 also features some neat grips above and below the pyrex glass to make it easier to take the tank apart, which was a big gripe of mine on the previous 2 TFV tanks. The top-fill hole is also significantly bigger so you can actually get a dropper in there. Also, it may just be me, but the swivel-top head also seems to be a lot more secure on the TFV12. Don't have to worry about it accidentally coming unhinged in your pocket.
Overall, I'm very pleased with the TFV12. I'll give it a 5/5