The Joyetech Delta 19 3.5-ml tank has the potential to be an expensive article of equipment; maybe one of the highest-priced tank atomizers you own. With examples of high-class sub ohm tanks arriving on the market for less than $25, some of them very good, how does Joyetech justify their price? The first thing to do is check out the specs.
The Delta 19 from Joyetech, contains a C3 atomizer head, 1.6 ohms of resistance, and 3.5 ml capacity. The maximum voltage it supports is 5.5V and there is no point talking about watts. That is for sub ohm tanks which this clearly is not.
Joyetech doesn’t accent pieces in solid gold or diamond studs: theirs is just a tank with a mouthpiece, atomizer tube, and a removable atomizer coil head system. Even the color selection is poor: just black or silver, whereas many mod tanks are now characterized by fashionable shades of blue and red.
Full Air Flow
Turn the dial 360° to adjust airflow through a full range. All you have to do is turn the knurled portion of the base cap and you have lots of airflow selection. Turn counter-clockwise to reveal two slots.
View e juice through three windows cut into the cover over your glass tube. The cover is made from stainless steel painted black or left as-is for a shiny metal finish.
Disassemble your Tank
Take the Joyetech Delta 19 atomizer apart in full to clean it or swap pieces like the atomizer head or drip tip. While a single drip tip is included, it is possible to change this for a fancier one, a different color, alternate materials, etc.
Your $30 to $40 purchase comes with a mouthpiece, tube, head, base, and one extra coil: no gold or diamonds. Some whole vape kits cost less than this: what is so great about the Delta 19?
Reviews of the Joyetech Delta 19
Customers are very happy with this atomizer. For one thing, the build is slender compared with many sub ohm tanks and more appropriate for low-watt systems like an Eleaf iStick 10W, a 15W tube mod, or an Innokin VV4.
It’s not colorful but durable, and that’s more important in a market where lots of products look tough until you use them. One great part of a having a covered tube tank is that your tube is less likely to crack when all parts are replaced after cleaning or refilling.
While you can sit back and enjoy many pros to owning a Delta 19, especially on a simple Spinner VV battery, there is a downside: bottom fill orientation. As a new or intermediate vaper you haven’t become accustomed to anything else, but advanced vapers are being spoiled by the many top-fill options (and even one side-fill tank) they have found.
These are far easier to replenish: less messy with no need to take a system apart, kind of like a dripping atomizer. The batter stays in place while you drip. Bottom-fill systems are a pain but are also standard equipment for low-powered batteries.