Review: FreeMax Mesh Pro
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Weight: 60g (empty)
Capacity: 4ml, 5ml, and 6ml options
Material: SS & Resin
Filling Method: Slide-top top filling
Wattage Range: 40-110W
Temperature Control Coil: 0.12Ω SS316 single mesh coil
Kanthal Mesh Coil Options: 0.15Ω single coil, 0.2Ω dual coil, 0.15Ω triple coil
Non-mesh Coil Options: 0.15Ω DVC coil, 0.25Ω DVC coil, 0.15Ω sextuple coil, 0.15Ω duodenary coil
Rebuildable Coil: No
The FreeMax Mesh Pro is the first mass produced sub ohm tank to offer dual and triple mesh coil replacements; it’s a continuation of the well known Fireluke Mesh. It comes in a staggering amount of colors, including both resin and anodized variants. Resin options include; Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, and Purple. Anodized options include; Black, Gold, Gunmetal Grey, Rainbow, and Silver.
I’ll start out by saying that this tank is HUGE compared to what I’m used to, it’s not the sort of thing which I would carry in my pocket every day, but as a desktop device for in the office it fits perfectly on the Squid Industries TAC21 – which is a large device itself – and I have found that I have been using them together almost exclusively. If you’re looking for a small tank for stealth vaping, look away now.
Flavor on the FreeMax Mesh Pro is spot on, I’d compare it to the original Cleito which had great flavor for a sub ohm tank in its time. Vapor production is great, as you would expect from a tank which can comfortably handle 100+ watts. However, the vape is a little cooler than you would probably expect at every wattage level, so it’s probably not for people who want a really warm/hot vape.
The sliding top refilling action is a good addition if you’re at home or the office and makes refilling very easy. However, I found that much like the similar refilling system on the VOOPOO UFORCE T1, the sliding top can open itself sometimes when you sit down with it in your pocket. It doesn’t happen often, but it’s not fun when it does, so I’d suggest taking it out of your pocket if you’re out and about just to be safe. Other than the one or two times that this has happened, I have not experienced any leaking from the seals or the airflow.
I’ve been using the Mesh Pro for a little over a month now. It’s definitely become a part of my regular rotation and I dare say it’ll stay there for quite some time.
Even though the mesh coils are really good, I’m a rebuildable person so the only major thing I’d change about it if I were FreeMax would be to offer a rebuildable coil section, either in the kit or at least as an optional extra.
Other than that, I can’t fault it.
I don’t like comparing different products to each other directly, so my rating is based on what I think FreeMax were aiming for and how close I think they came to the mark.
So with that in mind, I give it: