Comparison Review: Geekvape Z Fli tank VS Geekvape Z sub ohm tank

Geekvape Z Fli tank VS Geekvape Z sub ohm tank

When it comes to sub-ohm vaping, Geekvape has been a prominent name known for their innovation and quality. The Geekvape Z Fli tank and the Geekvape Z Sub ohm Tank are two impressive additions to their lineup. In this blog, we'll put these two tanks head-to-head to help you decide which one might be the right choice for you.

Product name Geekvape Z Sub ohm Tank Geekvape Z Fli tank Product upgrade points
filling method Conventional screw cap, top filled with ejuic Push down the cover on the top side and add ejuic New open lid structure improves oil injection efficiency
Coils Z0.2 Coil (70-80W)
Z0.4 Coil (50-60W)
Z0.15 XM Coil (70-85W
Z0.4 XM Coil (50-60W)
XM Coil is a double life coil. ("X" represents the heating coil structure, which also means an upgraded version; "M" represents "Mesh")
Airflow Control Conventional With tick marks The Airflow Control ring has scale marks, making air adjustment more precise.
Capacity 5.5ml 5.5ml  


Why can it achieve double lifespan? Compared with the conventional heating plate structure, Geekvape's improved mesh coil heating plate structure has a denser middle design (GV's unique patent), which will make the heating more uniform and extend the service life of the coil. (The following is a structural comparison chart)


Geekvape Z Fli tank VS Geekvape Z sub ohm tank


In the end, the choice between the Geekvape Z Fli and Geekvape Z Sub ohm Tank will depend on your personal preferences. If you prioritize a larger e-liq capacity and don't mind a more straightforward design, the Z Sub ohm Tank is an excellent choice. On the other hand, if you prefer a unique translucent shell and a slightly more compact design, the Z Fli won't disappoint. Whichever tank you choose, you can expect top-notch performance and a satisfying vaping experience from Geekvape's Z Series.


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