VOOPOO Maat Tank
I do not particularly regret the segment of non-services, but some of them can still be called interesting. This is exactly what I considered the advance guest today. Of course, he aroused my interest in sports only, so I did not look for a meeting with him. However, fate, as usual, ordered otherwise.
Case material: stainless steel Atomizer
Evaporators: 0.13 / 0.2Ω
Capacity: 2 / 4ml
Diameter: 24.5 planting / 26.5 maximum / 28mm for dough glass
Height: 51.5mm with drip tip
Connector: 510, pin gilded
Color: see photo below
– Maat Tank
– replaceable evaporators 2pcs 0.13 / 0.2Ω (one is pre-installed)
– spare origins
– spare glass
– user manual
Appearance is pretty neat, plus the atom has its own distinctive feature – a distinctive shape blowing control ring. In general, it is quite presentable.
Although the dimensions are not the largest for its segment, it looks massive. Therefore, with the proper aesthetics, far from every mod will sit down. Plus, at the base there is a barely noticeable chamfer that “deceptively” makes the landing seem to be levitating – I personally did not understand this.
Drip type is boring, made of plastic. You can’t install anything other than this instance here – an individual landing. In work, it is quite normal, but the edges are islandy – not the most comfortable retention in the mouth.
The lid is hinged, and it is spring loaded. Press the button – it flies sideways, thereby opening a small, but quite sufficient, hole for refueling. The mechanism looks reliable, doesn’t play anything – I think it will last longer than the tank has time to get bored.
The capacity is frankly none, but the complete dough glass will double it. However, even so, I will not even call her average – sorry for the tautology. But here it is worth remembering about the dimensions – they are not so big as the serious models of competitors.
Two types of evaporators are offered, both of them are executed on a grid – one on double, the second on single. They look pretty solid.
One of the features of the tank is the ability to change the coil even with an almost full tank. I do not think that this is so often useful to the owners, but I could not say about it. To do this, unscrew the bottom cover or base (with the 510th connector) and simply remove the evaporator. It is kept inside only due to the dense ring. Admittedly, the construct is reliable – I have not seen any liquids in the blower, only condensate.
The aforementioned cover is fixed in a mechanism similar to a bayonet mount, so it happens that when you want to twist a tank with a mod, and it is tightened on it with moderate effort, the “base” can remain in fashion, and the tank is in your hands. This happens infrequently, but I can’t write it down to the minuses.
There was another unpleasant moment – jumps in resistance. The changes were small, but they did occur. Moreover, after each assembly of disassembling the tank (removing the bottom cover), the resistance changed, albeit insignificantly – by the way, I never received the declared 0.13Ω. Perhaps these are the problems of the conductivity of such a construct, maybe the condensate “spoils” the contact, maybe the mop is the evaporator itself, or maybe it’s a factory defect at all – it’s not enough … Until I write it down and continue to torment the subject. Well, what if you are already “armed”.