Review of Eleaf Tance Pod Kit
September 9, 2019
Eleaf is one of the trusted brands in the industry, thanks to its collection of high-quality vaping devices. Recently, the company released two pod kits, namely the Eleaf Tance and the Eleaf Tance Max. Both devices are very similar in terms of their design and functionality. However, the Tance is a bit more advanced. In this post, we’ll be looking at the Tance.
The Eleaf Tance vape pod kit is a small and powerful device which gives you a lot of control over your vaping experience. For such a tiny vape kit, it packs a lot of impressive features including a 580mAh battery, a refillable pod, and adjustable airflow, to name a few. To top it all, the device is incredibly easy to use. Even if you’ve never used a vaping device before, you won’t struggle to figure out how the Tance works. It is draw-activated and doesn’t come with any buttons or complicated features. Simply charge the battery, fill the device with e-juice, and you’re good to start vaping.
The Eleaf Tance has a maximum wattage output of 10W and a resistance range of 0.3ohm to 3ohms. As indicated above, the Tance comes with a 580mAh battery which can last you for a few hours depending on how frequent you vape. There is an LED light on the device which serves as the battery life indicator. The light shows green when the battery level is good and red when it needs to be recharged. It takes about 30 minutes to one hour for the Tance to be fully charged. The device comes with overcharging protection as well as short-circuit protection, over-current protection, and over-discharge protection.
The pod of the Eleaf Tance can hold 2ml of e-juice. This is impressive compared to the 0.7ml capacity of Juul pods. What’s more, Tance pods are refillable. You can fill it with any e-liquid of your choice – either freebase nicotine or nic salts. The Tance has an innovative filling port which automatically seals up. Simply turn the pod upside-down, press the tip of your bottle into the refilling port, and fill it. Once you remove your bottle tip, the port closes without any leaking.
The Eleaf Tance pod comes with a 1.2ohm Ni-Cr alloy coil. The coil is not removable, so you need to change the pod once you start picking up a weird taste or if the flavor intensity of your e-juice starts to weaken. The package includes two pods. However, you can get a pack of five replacement pods at http://eleafworld.com for about $14.50 to $17.25.
The Eleaf Tance is draw activated and has a 15-second timeout. There are two airflow holes on either side of the device. Depending on how you fix the pod, the airflow holes are either 1mm or 1.6mm big. Regardless, the airflow of this device is quite restricted. The Tance was designed for mouth-to-lung vaping. It vapes smoothly.
You can get the Tance pod kit at the Eleaf World online store for around $23.19 to $27.60.