Presenting the FireLuke Tank by FreeMax Vape, a new sub ohm tank that will blow your mind! This little beauty comes packed with all of the best features and everything you could ever want from a tank, including style.
The FreeMax FireLuke is made of resin and stainless steel, combining a beautiful look with a sturdy design. It's a top fill tank with massive bottom airflow and a smooth airflow control. The tank comes with a “bubble” glass that will give you a 5ml juice capacity, and a second glass with a slightly different shape that holds 4mls of juice. The FireLuke is a 25mm tank (at the base), 32mm wide with the 5ml tank, and 28mm wide with the 4ml tank. At only 54mm tall (or short) it appears smaller than other tanks like the Smok TFV8 while still holding as much or more juice.
The FireLock coils for the FireLuke work really well with high VG juices and are available in these options: 0.15ohm sextuple coil (included), an RTA deck (included), as well as these that are sold separately: 0.15ohm duedenary coil, 0.15 dual vertical coil, and 0.25 dual vertical coil. The coils have amazing ranges from 60W to 180W, depending on what coil you are using. The flavor, vapour production, and airflow for this tank come together to create an amazing vape experience.
The FireLuke FreeMax is stunning in its resin covered glory but also perfect for flavour chasers and cloud chasers alike!
When you receive your FreeMax Fireluke Sub-Ohm Tank, be sure to completely take it apart before filling for the first time. From the factory, the top cap is usually put on super tight, so you’ll want to make sure you get these two pieces apart before reassembling it.
When putting your top cap back on after filling, you only need to snug the cap down, rather than tightening it fully. The cap and tank seal really well, so no need to screw it down too hard; otherwise, the pieces of the top of the tank get stuck together, and it can be messy to get them apart again.
Unlike some other tanks, the 510 contact pin in this tank does not slide in and out on its own, so be sure that your coil is screwed in all the way or you might get a “no atomiser” error.
However, the 510 contact pin on the Fireluke Vape is adjustable so you can use a small screwdriver to set it where you need, like if you want to use it on a mech - and yes, it works pretty well!
Priming the Firelock coils in the Fireluke is a breeze. We’re not sure what they’ve done, but they wick extremely well. Fill it up, let sit for 5-10 minutes, and you’re good to go! You can even speed up the process by closing the airflow all the way and then drawing air through (don’t fire your mod while doing this), or you can just screw and unscrew the top cap several times - this forces juice into the coil with a little air pressure. Either of those ways will cut priming time by more than half.
As you might notice, the drip tip is removable, although it’s a very obscure size, but did you know you can use a 510 drip tip on it? Yep, the center hole when the big drip tip is removed is the perfect size to pop a 510 drip tip in. Removing the o-ring will make it look a little better, if you decide to do this. I also found that the ceramic drip tip from the Congrevape Dogetank fits in place of the drip tip that comes with the Fireluke.
The RTA deck included with your Fireluke works pretty well, too. When wicking the RTA, I’ve found it’s best to trim the tails of your wicks so that they just barely stick down into the juice wells, like maybe 2mm, making sure they fill out the juice wells from side to side to block excess juice from getting in.