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Today, we take a look at a beast of a tank from HorizonTech, the Falcon Resin Edition. This 25mm sub-ohm topper utilizes the new F1 series coil head, has a stunning resin finish, and an e-juice capacity to keep even the heaviest of vapers happy.

In a break from tradition, this review will be presented in a simple positive/negative fashion instead of our usual format, with notes added as needed.

But first, the basics!

Specs:

  • 25mm base diameter, 30mm width (bubble glass installed)
  • Quarter turn fill system
  • Dual fill ports (easier filling)
  • 5-7ml capacity (depending on which glass is installed)
  • Falcon coils
  • Vertical coil orientation
  • Dual adjustable bottom airflow slots (14mm by 3mm)
  • Fully closeable airflow adjustment
  • 8 and 11mm 510 style driptips
  • Gold Plated 510
  • Constructed using stainless steel, glass, and resin

What’s inside the box:

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  • Tank
  • One M2 coil head – pre-installed
  • One 1 coil head
  • Spare parts bag
  • Spare non bubble glass section
  • Derlin driptip

Retail Price:

MSRP: $42.99

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Positives:

  • Resin construction is top notch
  • Durable
  • Variety of color options (blue, green, orange, red, and white)
  • Hues of rainbow in the bubble glass are a really nice touch
  • Two different sized glass sections
  • Stays cool to the touch, even after repeated pulls at 60 watts
  • No excess heat transfer via driptip while vaping
  • Assembly and disassembly; very easy
  • Coil heads install in minutes
  • No gurgling
  • REALLY chucks the vapor (even at lower wattage settings)
  • Good flavor production
  • Tight airflow closure points
  • Really quiet considering the size, even with afc wide open

Negatives:

  • Airflow adjustment is really tight
  • AFC has no hard stops or clicks
  • 25mm base diameter may cause fit issues with a lot of devices, check your device specs before purchasing
  • Does not come with the new F1 series coils, comes with the older M series heads instead

Notes:

Overall, the Falcon Resin is a stellar sub-ohm tank. I struggled to find anything wrong with the tank at all!

The red resin finish is absolutely stellar. It’s not shiny (over-polished), but does have a nice luster. I’ll be interested to see how it holds up over a really lengthy period of time (few years…)

Not including the new F1 coil heads, specifically designed for the Falcon tanks, makes no sense. There should be at least one included in the packaging to try!

I figured the bottom airflow adjustment would loosen up over time (break-in), but after four weeks of use, it remained the same. Changing the airflow on the fly is a bit difficult, and I found myself setting the tank on the table prior to doing so. With that being said, I’d rather have my airflow be on the tight side, than the latter.

I’ve seen a lot of 25mm toppers lately. It’s an interesting situation, especially if you don’t have a new device to vape with. Most older style devices are 22mm-24mm wide at the top; so you can expect to have at least 1mm of overhang. This tank fit very nicely on the Titan V2, but did look a bit ‘over-weight’. Thankfully, fit does not change the ‘vapability’ of the Falcon.

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Conclusion

If you’re are looking for a really high quality sub-ohm tank to add to your arsenal, the Falcon Resin may just have what you need. With a retail price on the higher end (unless you find a good deal), you may think twice before checking it out; but trust me when I say, it’ll be money well spent.

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