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Original Smok TFV8 - The Cloud Beast Tank Atomizer £20.40 @ Gearbest
Original Smok TFV8 - The Cloud Beast Tank Atomizer £20.40 @ Gearbest

Original Smok TFV8 - The Cloud Beast Tank Atomizer £20.40 @ Gearbest

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Price fluctuating a little, but £20.40 is what i've paid (shows £19.66 on page, 20.40 on checkout). The same, but Black version is £29.96 so its around a £10er cheaper! Steal at this price....Cloud on!

5.5 / 6.0ml / 4 Unique Patented Turbo Engine / Bigger Heating Air Tube / Delrin Drip Tip E Cigarette Clearomizer

The ancient volcano, Mount Vesuvius, likes a cloud beast who was entrenched on the earth. While she was calm, the crater, with 2000 feet in diameter, is filled with steam as a lion is grasping, which is formidable. Once she wakes up, the red lava is gushing and then the sky is dark, it shakes the ground with its great power.
Now, TFV8 brings the great power which will change your vaping life again. TFV8 - The top level sub ohm atomizer, which adopts 4 unique patented turbo engines: V8-T8 ( 6.6T ), V8-T6 ( 6.0T ), V8-Q4 ( 5.0T ), V8 RBA ( 4.0T-X ), which makes it to be a real cloud beast! The revolution of coil and airflow make TFV8 to be a vapor beast with higher performance!

Main Features:
4 unique patented turbo engines: V8-T8 ( 6.6T ), V8-T6 ( 6.0T ), V8-Q4 ( 5.0T ), V8 RBA ( 4.0T-X ), which make TFV8 to be a real cloud beast
1 pair bigger bottom air slots for increasing 18 percent airflow area
Bigger heating air tube to match the increased air slots for higher airflow efficiency
Delrin drip tip with large caliber which could bring large cloud
Super lager e-juice refill-slot central air slot for filling e-juice and enjoying more massive cloud of steam
Top rotary refill design makes filling as easy as it gets
Can be a RBA atomizer by the V8 exclusive turbo RBA head which is included
Capacity: 5.5ml ( with T8-V8 ) / 6ml ( with T8-Q4 )
Resistance: 0.15ohm / 0.2ohm / 0.28ohm
Material: Stainless steel and glass

28 Comments

Looks great but too many reviews (not on GearBest) is mentioning leaking and problems with spitbacks.
Price is really awesome and if I would not own Griffin 25 and Limitless RDTA Plus I would order this - never had a single problem of leaking on them.
Also worth mentioning that I have 2 x Uwell Crown SubOhm tanks which are awesome and are great too.
Coils cost about £2 each but because I use RDTA I have a lot of made by myself coils and cotton what lets me save on it too and I can rebuild these coils for free myself (there is 2 or 3 great videos on YT how to do this) and need to say that coils made this way are even better than original ones because I can put clapton coil inside

So in summary: Thanks OP for posting this deal - good price
Edited by: "klopikxda" 10th Aug 2016

klopikxda

Looks great but too many reviews (not on GearBest) is mentioning leaking … Looks great but too many reviews (not on GearBest) is mentioning leaking and problems with spitbacks.Price is really awesome and if I would not own Griffin 25 and Limitless RDTA Plus I would order this - never had a single problem of leaking on them.Also worth mentioning that I have 2 x Uwell Crown SubOhm tanks which are awesome and are great too.Coils cost about £2 each but because I use RDTA I have a lot of made by myself coils and cotton what lets me save on it too and I can rebuild these coils for free myself (there is 2 or 3 great videos on YT how to do this) and need to say that coils made this way are even better than original ones because I can put clapton coil inside :)So in summary: Thanks OP for posting this deal - good price



​ive got the crown 2 and this from release and the tfv8 outperforms it by miles, does need a good 120w on the t8v8 coils to shine but I've had no spitback or leaking and I've had it for months now. best tank on the market if you dont want to go the diy route, just make sure your device is powerful enough to run it at its optimum.

chrissatchell

​ive got the crown 2 and this from release and the tfv8 outperforms it by … ​ive got the crown 2 and this from release and the tfv8 outperforms it by miles, does need a good 120w on the t8v8 coils to shine but I've had no spitback or leaking and I've had it for months now. best tank on the market if you dont want to go the diy route, just make sure your device is powerful enough to run it at its optimum.


You are right, sorry I should mention that all what I said apply to RBA deck only.
About Crown 2 - unfortunately I can only say that I have tried Crown v.1 and v.2 and v.1 is a lot better for taste.
But it is all personal opinion.

I wrote here about DIY aspect of this tank because I don't want to pay an extra £10 for coils a month - I have too many bills to be paid and extra £120 a year is just too much for me (oh and also this tank drinks juice like mad so at longer run it may be better to go for DIY juice.

I use about 7ml - 10ml juice a day what cost me already about £1 a day ( if I would have to buy juice it would be a £10 - £12).
Edited by: "klopikxda" 10th Aug 2016

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Gotta say I'm looking forward to receiving this - tried it out, loved it....just been awaiting a price slash like this to come about. Current weapon of choice is the TFV4 and that too had a few negatives flying around about leaks...but cant say ever had issue really and had it apart every few days - been really solid throughout so high hopes for this one.

Ordered up some 26GA+30GA Clapton wire at same time as seems cheap enough - Ive only recently started messing with the single and double RBAs....cant say i've quite mastered wicking - need allot more practice (have figured out what too much is and too less...struggling the happy medium) but its a fun little learning process

can someone tell me WTF this is please ?

mykaloen

can someone tell me WTF this is please ?



​It is to replace smoking or give up but I just do this instead. I hate the twist top it will get loose I have the tfv4 great tank apart from janky twist top screw on ones are better I am using the Griffin 25 now excellent tank

This is a great site for £1 liquids for those who don't have the time for DIY. Delivery's cheap and quick too:

onepoundeliquid.com

Angerc

This is a great site for £1 liquids for those who don't have the time for … This is a great site for £1 liquids for those who don't have the time for DIY. Delivery's cheap and quick too:http://www.onepoundeliquid.com



I was buying from them too, nice flavours but no "Premium" ones (read "clones") and no fun in finding your best flav. combinations.

Good for a start

klopikxda

I was buying from them too, nice flavours but no "Premium" ones (read … I was buying from them too, nice flavours but no "Premium" ones (read "clones") and no fun in finding your best flav. combinations.Good for a start



Yeah, I can imagine. I've only just started myself as I'm quitting smoking, but have found these guys great for trying out some different flavours to get me going. DIY will be on the cards for me once I've found my feet with it all though!

Angerc

Yeah, I can imagine. I've only just started myself as I'm quitting … Yeah, I can imagine. I've only just started myself as I'm quitting smoking, but have found these guys great for trying out some different flavours to get me going. DIY will be on the cards for me once I've found my feet with it all though!


Good to hear that you want to quit
Please google "ejuice steeping" because it is important and most sellers including onepoundeliquid do not mention this.
Real taste from these you will get after 2-3 weeks of steeping.
Check DIYORDIE on YT for more

I want to make my own I am going through around 7ml or more a day buying 60ml at £5.95 delivered but I just can't get my head around making it and what to buy exactly doing my head in I need a simple buy this liquid with nicotine in it whack in this bottle of flavour wait a bit for steeping and vape closest I got was tmbnotes but still didn't want to risk it

Original Poster

Im zero nic, so after flavour really and lucky enough to have a eSig Store down the road. Although not cheap, couldnt really want for more of a flavour selection. Try before you buy is a must as reviews are meh half the time

I'm a total newbie with vaping and you guys seem to know the score! I bought an evod2 with an anyvape twist battery and it's rubbish! very little vape despite trying lots of liquids. Never mind the leaks, pops and liquid explosions in the mouth. I'm scared to use it! Can anyone recommend me an upgrade?

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mabenson

I'm a total newbie with vaping and you guys seem to know the score! I … I'm a total newbie with vaping and you guys seem to know the score! I bought an evod2 with an anyvape twist battery and it's rubbish! very little vape despite trying lots of liquids. Never mind the leaks, pops and liquid explosions in the mouth. I'm scared to use it! Can anyone recommend me an upgrade?



Using a Smok HPriv and its great, 200w max with temp control - very smart little design.

My next one will either be custom or one with a DNA200 board mind

Angerc

This is a great site for £1 liquids for those who don't have the time for … This is a great site for £1 liquids for those who don't have the time for DIY. Delivery's cheap and quick too:http://www.onepoundeliquid.com




their juices are ok, but for cheap decent juice I would rather recommend novavapes.co.uk or www.goldfishsauce.co.uk.

Thanks jinsta, was looking at this one m.gearbest.com/sta…d=3 as it's a bit cheaper and in the eu warehouse at gearbest. Does it tick the boxes?

klopikxda

Good to hear that you want to quit :)Please google "ejuice steeping" … Good to hear that you want to quit :)Please google "ejuice steeping" because it is important and most sellers including onepoundeliquid do not mention this.Real taste from these you will get after 2-3 weeks of steeping.Check DIYORDIE on YT for more



Excellent stuff - will do

To anyone new to this most of the cheaper mod boxes you can find on gearbest should be more than powerful enough. Most people vape under 50 watts (the one i'm using right now is just 15 Watts, but enough to choke people who aren't used to such a big "hit".) This tank is designed to be used 150 watts +. Tanks like this one are for the more hardcore and would be total overkill for the majority of tokers.

I'm currently rocking the Itaste VTR but thinking about pairing one of these with the primus, i think the only thing stopping me is the £40 id have to drop on extra batteries to keep it going.

BurnToasT333

their juices are ok, but for cheap decent juice I would rather recommend … their juices are ok, but for cheap decent juice I would rather recommend http://www.novavapes.co.uk or http://www.goldfishsauce.co.uk.



Thanks for the recommendation - I will give both of them a try. Any flavours in particular that you would recommend?

mabenson

I'm a total newbie with vaping and you guys seem to know the score! I … I'm a total newbie with vaping and you guys seem to know the score! I bought an evod2 with an anyvape twist battery and it's rubbish! very little vape despite trying lots of liquids. Never mind the leaks, pops and liquid explosions in the mouth. I'm scared to use it! Can anyone recommend me an upgrade?




If you are looking for a lot more info I suggest coming over to Reddit and checking out /r/electronic_cigarette & /r/ecr_uk for some great advice.

In terms of decent starter devices that are going to blow your mind there are a few to choose from;

For full simplicity, cost and functionality i would say the the new Innokin - Cool Fire IV TC100 it's very simple to use, has a builtin* battery and replacement coils are easy to find and cheap.

Next I would say either the Joytech Cuboid or Joytech - eVic Mini both are great devices the Cuboid is essentially just the dual battery version of the eVic mini. Well built, upgradeable firmware and easy to use. With these you would need to purchase the batteries separately.**

Then the is either the kangertech - kbox120/200 one being 120w the other 200w. Kangertech have done some very good low cost devices that have always been user friendly. again you will need separate batteries.

As mentioned above there is also the Smok - H-Priv again you will need batteries. but the TFV tanks get a lot of praise but they are also renowned for going through a lot of juice very quickly. Smok have come around recently and have made some great devices.

There are so many devices available though, 1-3 battery devices obviously the more battery power the longer the device*** will last but this also adds substantial weight. There is the new Wismec Reuleaux - RX23 which is a 3 battery Device that can be changed into a two. I have the Original RX200 and it's great but it is heavy. It is a great device and also an option to be honest.

My recommendation though is that if you just wanting to quit smoking and are not interested in tinkering or getting heavily involved in the whole vaping thing then get a decent quality simple device that will be low cost to run.


* - There are pros and cons to built in batteries.
Pros:
- Easy to charge
- Cheap initial cost
- Simple
Cons:
- If the battery goes flat while out and you have nowhere to charge you are left without the device
- If the battery dies after long term use you are not able to replace it.

** - There are pros and cons to separate batteries.
Pros:
- Can carry spares
- devices lifespan not limited to the battery
Cons:
- Requires separate charger
- Ensure you buying good quality batteries and not fakes (this is very important****)
- Can make initial purchase seem more expensive

*** - There are variables to this depending on the resistance of your coil, the wattage/temp you are vaping at.

**** - The most common battery that is used in vaping Mod's are 18650's the big name manufacturers are Sony/LG/Samsung/Panasonic/Sanyo. A safe rule of thumb is if the brand name has FIRE in the name AVOID IT!
Battery safety is one of the biggest things in vaping. Mooch does a lot in the Vaping community in terms of battery testing. List of his recommended batteries.I highly suggest reading his post on battery safety.


Most of the devices I listed above do not come with a tank. If you decide on any of these let me know and I would be happy to help you find a tank.

Edit:
For buying Batteries I suggest getting them from here: nkon.nl/rec…tml
Edited by: "BurnToasT333" 11th Aug 2016

Sf2rox

To anyone new to this most of the cheaper mod boxes you can find on … To anyone new to this most of the cheaper mod boxes you can find on gearbest should be more than powerful enough. Most people vape under 50 watts (the one i'm using right now is just 15 Watts, but enough to choke people who aren't used to such a big "hit".) This tank is designed to be used 150 watts +. Tanks like this one are for the more hardcore and would be total overkill for the majority of tokers. I'm currently rocking the Itaste VTR but thinking about pairing one of these with the primus, i think the only thing stopping me is the £40 id have to drop on extra batteries to keep it going.




Why £40 on batteries?

tezray

I want to make my own I am going through around 7ml or more a day buying … I want to make my own I am going through around 7ml or more a day buying 60ml at £5.95 delivered but I just can't get my head around making it and what to buy exactly doing my head in I need a simple buy this liquid with nicotine in it whack in this bottle of flavour wait a bit for steeping and vape closest I got was tmbnotes but still didn't want to risk it




If you are looking to DIY check out my last reply someone asked this on Reddit (formatting is off here).




So /r/DIY_eJuice has all this information, using the search function and looking in the sidebar will reveal a lot of this. I know it can be daunting as I have been there myself but even lurking in the sub for a while will help.

Firstly though, yes it can be cheaper than buying juice but be prepared for a bit of an up front cost whilst you stock pile on flavours, PG/VG, nic and hardware.

What is suggested for your first flavour purchase is to look for recipes that you like the look of or see if there are clones of your favourite juice and work from there.

**There are plenty of clone threads:**


* [Monthly Clone Thread - May 2016](https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/4h8rnh/monthly_clone_request_thread_may_2016/)
* [Previous Clone Threads](https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/wiki/index/monthlyrecipes)

**Other great resources for recipes are:**

* [DIY or DIE](http://diyordievaping.com/category/recipes/)
* [Le DIY](http://www.lediypourlesnuls.com/) - In the bottom left hand corner the is a button to use to translate the site
* [.1ml](http://dot1ml.com/recipes)
* [DIY Recipe Book](http://www.diyrecipebook.com/)
* [e-liquid Recipes](https://e-liquid-recipes.com/) - I'm sure the other sites do this but with e-liquid Recipes you can create an account and add all the flavours you have and it will suggest receipes you can make honestly though I never found it the greatest.
* [99juices](http://www.99juices.com/recipes/)

I would suggest mixing by weight, and [this post](https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/2iq3km/botboy141_guide_to_mixing_by_weight/) by /u/Botboy141 explains it very well.

For supplies I would recommend the following from personal experience;

**Flavourings**

* [Chefs Flavours](chefsflavours.co.uk/25-…tes )
* [Vapour Depot](https://vapourdepot.com/)
* [Flavour Art](http://www.flavourart.co.uk/) - if you are buying a lot of flavour art flavours they do 6 for £16.00


**Nicotine**

* [Pirate Vapes](http://www.piratesvape.uk/)

* [Dark Star](http://www.darkstarvapour.co.uk/shop/72mg-nicotine)

**VG/PG**

* [Lubrisolve](http://lubrisolve.co.uk/shop/24-e-cigarette-industry) - it's advised not to use their Nic though

* [I would suggest getting 2 of these to make managing the PG/VG easier when mixing](https://www.creamsupplies.co.uk/squeeze-bottle-narrow-neck-8oz-240ml)


**Disposables**

* [Nitrile Gloves](amazon.co.uk/s/r…s_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=+nitrile+gloves&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3A+nitrile+gloves) - Safety!
* [pipettes](amazon.co.uk/s/r…s_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=pipettes&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Apipettes) - Some flavours do not come in dropper bottles
* [Bottles](creamsupplies.co.uk/ind…php?act=viewCat&catId=3407) - you need some where to put all your new creations

**Hardware**

* [Scale](amazon.co.uk/Sma…_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1464955809&sr=8-2&keywords=scale+0.01g) - mixing by weight FTW



**Resources**

* [Start here](https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/wiki/diy_beginners_guide) -
* [/u/Vurve wrote up a great guide recently which I suggest reading through as well as his other posts.](https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/4g2au9/how_to_diy_ejuice_the_ultimate_beginners_guide/) in /r/ModestMonday/
* [Ejuice Calculator](http://www.windows7download.com/win7-ejuice-me-up/qwuhzvtp.html)
* [DIY or Die's Youtube Channel](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFoe3PEb1_7sAY1ZgehNP3A)


mabenson

Thanks jinsta, was looking at this one … Thanks jinsta, was looking at this one http://m.gearbest.com/starter-kits/pp_232173.html?wid=3 as it's a bit cheaper and in the eu warehouse at gearbest. Does it tick the boxes?



Ecellent choice. You will need to buy a battery though. see my previous comment relating to batteries.

Angerc

Thanks for the recommendation - I will give both of them a try. Any … Thanks for the recommendation - I will give both of them a try. Any flavours in particular that you would recommend?




Both sites do a sample pack I would recommend.

But for novavapes all are great but I find Cobra venom and Rainbow dust a bit sweet. as for Goldfish sauce all are great again really enjoy the the Berry Baker.

If you looking for reviews or other well priced UK sellers check out reddit.com/r/e…_uk

If you want a clone of this for about £16, check Fasttech

BurnToasT333

If you are looking for a lot more info I suggest coming over to Reddit … If you are looking for a lot more info I suggest coming over to Reddit and checking out /r/electronic_cigarette & /r/ecr_uk for some great advice.In terms of decent starter devices that are going to blow your mind there are a few to choose from;For full simplicity, cost and functionality i would say the the new Innokin - Cool Fire IV TC100 it's very simple to use, has a builtin* battery and replacement coils are easy to find and cheap.Next I would say either the Joytech Cuboid or Joytech - eVic Mini both are great devices the Cuboid is essentially just the dual battery version of the eVic mini. Well built, upgradeable firmware and easy to use. With these you would need to purchase the batteries separately.**Then the is either the kangertech - kbox120/200 one being 120w the other 200w. Kangertech have done some very good low cost devices that have always been user friendly. again you will need separate batteries.As mentioned above there is also the Smok - H-Priv again you will need batteries. but the TFV tanks get a lot of praise but they are also renowned for going through a lot of juice very quickly. Smok have come around recently and have made some great devices.There are so many devices available though, 1-3 battery devices obviously the more battery power the longer the device*** will last but this also adds substantial weight. There is the new Wismec Reuleaux - RX23 which is a 3 battery Device that can be changed into a two. I have the Original RX200 and it's great but it is heavy. It is a great device and also an option to be honest.My recommendation though is that if you just wanting to quit smoking and are not interested in tinkering or getting heavily involved in the whole vaping thing then get a decent quality simple device that will be low cost to run.* - There are pros and cons to built in batteries. Pros: - Easy to charge - Cheap initial cost - Simple Cons: - If the battery goes flat while out and you have nowhere to charge you are left without the device - If the battery dies after long term use you are not able to replace it.** - There are pros and cons to separate batteries. Pros: - Can carry spares - devices lifespan not limited to the battery Cons: - Requires separate charger - Ensure you buying good quality batteries and not fakes (this is very important****) - Can make initial purchase seem more expensive*** - There are variables to this depending on the resistance of your coil, the wattage/temp you are vaping at.**** - The most common battery that is used in vaping Mod's are 18650's the big name manufacturers are Sony/LG/Samsung/Panasonic/Sanyo. A safe rule of thumb is if the brand name has FIRE in the name AVOID IT!Battery safety is one of the biggest things in vaping. Mooch does a lot in the Vaping community in terms of battery testing. List of his recommended batteries. I highly suggest reading his post on battery safety.Most of the devices I listed above do not come with a tank. If you decide on any of these let me know and I would be happy to help you find a tank. Edit:For buying Batteries I suggest getting them from here: http://www.nkon.nl/rechargeable/18650-size.html



​ Thanks burntoast, that is just what I needed! Really helpful. Think I'll go for the joyetech mini when I've been through my duty frees. I'll definitely be ready to stop then!

Original Poster

mabenson

Thanks jinsta, was looking at this one … Thanks jinsta, was looking at this one http://m.gearbest.com/starter-kits/pp_232173.html?wid=3 as it's a bit cheaper and in the eu warehouse at gearbest. Does it tick the boxes?



All kinda depends on your needs and budget really, but if you plan on getting bigger tanks later like the TFV8, I'd deffo be looking for something that takes two (three if you going more hardcore) batteries and delivers allot more watts as will draw more power. After you start messing with different coils...depending on ohms being chucked out, the watts required to get the best flavour seem to vary more too (usually lower the ohm of coil, higher the watts needed), so I'd want more then 75w..... just in case was ever needed. Its worth bearing in mind most mods dont include battery or external chargers either (try stick to branded ones of those too for safety)

Thanks
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