The standard subohm clearomizer tanks in my personal arsenal are the Uwell Crown and Freemax Starre. I own and use many others, however, including the Aspire Atlantis II, SMOK VCT and TFV4 Mini, Uwell Rafale, Youde Zephyrus, ELE Aeolus, and Kanger Mini/Nano subtanks. I continue to use some dedicated RTAs — Taifun, SilverPlay, Cthulhu, Goblin, and Goliath — but the clearo tanks, with their convenience and high performance, have gotten very, very good.
The Reaper Plus is iJoy’s attempt to compete in this crowded market. Does it? Yes, admirably. Flavor is very good, if perhaps a tiny bit below my Crown or TFV4 tanks. The differences are very slight, however. Vapor production is stellar. In design, aesthetics, and ease of use, the Reaper Plus passes muster with mostly flying colors. My only criticisms, noted in the review, are the slight eccentricity of the top-fill system with a sliding ring, and the necessity of paying attention to avoid closing off the juice flow after refilling, and those are both minor quibbles.
If the planned ICC ceramic factory heads turn out to be as good as claimed, then the Reaper Plus may move toward the top of the pack. As it is now, the included factory heads and RBA deck perform very well. All in all, iJoy’s Reaper Plus is a worthy contender in the sub-ohm clearo tank field, especially if the kit is purchased at the current lowest price ($20) available online. The more typical price of $30 online isn’t half bad, though.