SMOK TFV16 Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank


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SMOK TFV16 Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank

SMOK introduces the TFV16 Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank, a 28mm diameter, push to open top fill system, that uses the TFV16 mesh coil heads, a complete line up of different colors that match all box mods perfectly. The TFV16 will accommodate up to 9ml of E-Liquid with the pre-installed bubble tank and can be tapered down with the included streamlined glass tank section. The TFV16 can easily be filled by pushing a button located at the top of the tank and exposing the large single fill port. This port measure in at a whopping 12mm by 4mm. The TFV16 utilizes the Proprietary Coil Family and comes with a pre-installed 0.17 ohm Single Mesh coil head that is best at 120W and included in the package is a spare Dual Mesh 0.12 ohm coil, rated at 80 to 160W. With the integration of mesh coils, coil life and flavor increase will be noticeably greater compared to that of regular coils. As the airflow enters the TFV16 via dual adjustable bottom air slots that measure in at 14mm by 3mm and can be fully closed. A proprietary 13mm wide bore resin drip tip allows the user to enjoy large amounts of vapor with ample flavor. With its unique construction and the use of mesh coils, the SMOK TFV16 Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank offers a stylish design along with great flavor.

Check out Mike Vapes TFV16 Sub-Ohm Tank Video Review HERE!

Product Includes:
  • One TFV16 Tank
  • One TFV16 Mesh 0.17 Coil (Pre-Installed)
  • One TFV16 Dual Mesh 0.12 Coil
  • One Glass Protector
  • One Spare Glass
  • One User Manual
  • Spare Parts

Check out the TFV16 Mesh Su-Ohm Tank infographic to help you better understand how it works!


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Amazing airflow, great taste, great capacity. The bigger tank is a bit wide so be careful and use the included glass protector.

Bradley T.
United States United States

Henry VIII of Kings

Smok advertises the "Return of the King" regarding the TFV16 tanks, and while they hold plenty of liquid, they are not without their shortcomings. While utilizing the suggested wattage (120W), they are susceptible to annoying spitting after leaving the liquid to soak for longer periods (during sleep). The design is Smok standard, which has proven to allow tank leaks near the air vents, especially during climate changes (cold to hot, and vice versa). The coils are still hit or miss in flavor production and clouds, leading one to wonder about quality control at the factory. Like always though, you get some extra seals and tank retrofitting. All-in-all, Smok makes a durable, flashy product, and when you nail the right coil/juice combo, the TFV16 provides a pleasurable vaping experience with good flavor and cloud production. Like Henry VIII, the Smok TFV16 can be a good ruler to the kingdom of vaping, if you can forgive the occasional beheading.

VaporDNA SMOK TFV16 Mesh Sub-Ohm Tank Review
Andrew D.
United States United States

Great tank especially for the money

Great tank for the money and coils seem to last pretty long too

United States United States

One of the best

I would have to say this tank out does the FreeMax pro, and Geek Vape’s Zeus. You’ll be amazed at how well this tank does it all.

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Benjamin I.
United States United States

Gre@t t@nk!

Really nice tank! Replaced a falcon 2, compared to which the flavor isnt the same, but is, imo, just as good. Then it goes on to hold 75% more juice for 75% of the price. Plus it comes with a proprietary, perforated, extra-thick condom if you're not comfortable swinging such a huge tank around without some kind of protection. I kind of miss the threadlessness of the falcon 2, but since I get at least 2 weeks out of one of their sector mesh coils, I don't really care.