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December 17, 2013

INFERNO Tube Tank BCT Review

Here's some cool news for all you vapers out there. Volcanoecigs has just released their brand new INFERNO Tube Tank BCT System, a bottom coil tank with a super simple fill-and-go design that allows for better vaping performance and ease of use.

So what is it? Well, the INFERNO Tube Tank BCT system is a 1.8 ohm single coil bottom coil tank that holds 2.5 ml of e-liquid. It comes color-matched for the INFERNO battery, and is made of Stainless Steel and FDA Certified food-grade plastic, which allows you to see exactly how much e-liquid you have left.

Each Volcanoecigs INFERNO Tube Tank BCT System comes pre-loaded, with a removable and replaceable 1.8 ohm heating coil that has a Kanthal wire coil and silica wick assembly.

Important note: These tanks are for the Volcanoecigs INFERNO e-cigarette.

Flavor and Vapor Production

You want it? You got it! According to Volcanoecigs, this new setup is a top performer right out of the box. Flavor production and vapor production are phenomenal with this unit. In addition, the new and simple fill-and-go design are sure to make the INFERNO Tube Tank BCT your new best vaping friend. :)

INFERNO Tube Tank BCT Video Review

Happy vaping!


  1. I hated the 'old' design of the Inferno heating element. I'd go through one a day (though they claim it would last for a month). At $4.00 a pop, it was a bit expensive. I was really hesitant about upgrading to this new design instead of getting a different brand, but it was less than the cost of the two boxes of 'old' heating elements I went into the store to buy.

    The result of the redesign is great. The review is spot on and just one of the 'new' heating elements lasted me three weeks before the performance got degraded to the point that I needed to replace it.

    1. Good to hear! And you're right, the redesign is awesome, and worlds better than the old Inferno Tube Tank design.

      Still, I'm surprised they burn out that quickly for you! Are you vaping at the right coil resistance? Switch to Halo maybe? Personally, I've been using Halo's Triton tanks for over a year now and have yet to have a single one burn out on me. I'm still vaping with the original tanks I started with, and haven't had to buy one replacement coil at all after all this time.

      My suggestion...check out Halo (and see our Halo Triton review). Their Triton e-cig tanks are the best in the industry. Personally, I don't use anything else right now.


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