Sense, know for delivering innovative quality in sub-ohm tanks, is releasing the new Blazer Mini
tank that will immediately look familiar to some observant eyes.
At first glance, the Blazer Mini looks very much like a smaller version of the Sense Blazer 200.
In addition to the striking family resemblance, the Mini features the same flip-top fill system of
the Blazer 200: twist the hinged top cap counterclockwise to unlock, flip it open, top off the tank,
flip the cap closed and twist clockwise to lock.

Looks aside, there are some notable differences between these two siblings. The Blazer Mini is
not nearly as brawny as the 200, coming in at 22.8mm in diameter, with a reduced capacity of
3.6ml versus 6ml. The Mini features two adjustable bottom airflow slots while the Blazer 200
boasts four smaller slots, but like most big brothers the Blazer 200 wins that contest too, with
approximately 25% more total airflow. One final difference is the lack of an RBA section with the
Blazer Mini.

Lastly, the Blazer Mini ships with two coils (0.4Ω and 0.6Ω) with both rated at 50-100W, or half
the upper wattage rating of the Blazer 200 coils.

Made from stainless steel and available in your choice of brushed or black finish, retail price for
the Mini is $39.99USD.

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