Daily Vaper: Digiflavor Siren GTA Tank Review

Kevin Krilla | Vape Reporter

Digiflavor’s Siren GTA comes in 22mm and 25mm in diameter. It has a rebuildable deck to make your coil and is easy to wick for better flavor. It uses bottom airflow control and a top fill method. The e-juice capacity is a respectable 4ml on the 22mm and 5ml on the 25mm tanks. Being an GTA, you will notice the sealed build deck does not sit at the bottom of a tank like an RTA. Rather it is in the center, with wicks that extend down out of the sealed system into the bottom of the tank.

The reviewer displays how to build the Siren GTA properly. We learn that if you’re the type of vaper who likes vaping at higher wattages, larger builds and producing massive vapor clouds, this GTA is not for you. The Siren GTA is intended to be vaped at lower wattages. He mentions some pros with the Siren GTA. The build quality is very good, zero negative issues there. The flavor is above average. The drip tips are a perfect size. The liquid capacity of 4 or 6ml is a good size and it doesn’t drain quickly. Building and wicking is very simple. Lastly, there is no leaking whatsoever. A couple cons were also mentioned. One, the viewing window gets condensation on it, making it hard to see through. Two, the little cap that goes over the airflow must be tightened, so it doesn’t touch coil. Otherwise, you will get a short. The Siren GTA tanks are recommended for lower wattage vapers.

Digiflavor Siren GTA Tank on sale for $25.50

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Kevin Krilla

Vape Reporter

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