I recently got my hands on a Sense Herakles sub-ohm tank. If you’ve been vaping for any length of of time, you’ll know that the popularity of sub-ohm vaping has been skyrocketing, and the Sense Herakles has been one of the most hyped up tanks on the market. But does it live up to it’s reputation?
Contents of the kit
The Sense Herakles comes in a box that contains a complete Herakles tank (0.6 Ohm coil in the tank), a replacement coil (0.2 Ohm) and a replacement pyrex glass tube.
As an experienced vaper, I found it extremely easy to take it apart as well as replace the glass tube and the coil. Overall, the whole tank is very “no-nonsense” and simple to use. The only downside is that the kit doesn’t include any instructions, so it could be very confusing for beginners. If you’re a beginner, hopefully you know someone who is more experienced who can help you out. If not, you should be able to figure it out with a little bit of tinkering. It’s not terribly complicated.
You can tell that this tank is high-quality as soon as you take it out of the box. It feels sturdy in your hand and appears like it was put together by someone who actually gave a shit and knows what they’re doing. The juice capacity is 3mL, which isn’t too impressive but it’s more than enough for me. Refilling the juice is extremely simple, so this isn’t a problem.
This is where the Sense Herakles really lives up to its hype. I’ve been puffing on this thing non-stop since I put it on my mod and I have yet to experience a dry hit or any leakage.
I tested it out at various wattage levels and I found that using it within the company’s recommend range gave the best results (30-75W). The vapor production with this tank is INSANE, no matter which wattage level you use.
The airflow adjustment is above-average compared to other sub-ohm tanks. It has a very clicky feel, making it hard to accidentally change the setting. The actual amount of airflow seemed to be better than any other sub-ohm tank that I’ve tried so far, and I’ve tried most of them.
The back of the box claims that it provides similar performance to a DIY atomizer. At first I rolled my eyes thinking that it was just marketing nonsense, but so far the Sense Herakles lives up to the claim. This high-performance sub-ohm tank really delivers what it promises, something that is extremely rare in the world of vaping.