Eleaf Tance Max Review

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The Tance Max is one of the latest pod devices from Eleaf. If you want a pod with a big tank capacity and a huge battery, so you get longer vaping sessions, then you will love this device. The Eleaf Tance Max is quite bulky compared to other pod vape kits on the market. However, you will have no issues fitting it in your pocket or bag. The device is quite impressive.

The Eleaf Tance Max measures 101mm by 31mm by 20.5mm, and it weighs 87.5g. You can feel that this is a high-quality device when you have it in your hands. It has smooth corners with a flattened mouthpiece that is very comfortable to use. The Tance Max is available in different colors, namely Sea Blue, Sea Shell, Geometry, White, Black, and Trick.

The Eleaf Tance Max has a pod that can hold 4ml of e-juice. There is a TPD compliant version of this device that has a tank capacity of 2ml. Like most pod devices, the Tance Max drip tip is integrated into the tank. However, the coil is removable. To refill the tank, you need to pull pod from the battery section and turn it upside down. Then, slide over the cover of the refill port to the side to access it. Remember to slide the cover back into place after refilling to avoid spilling your e-juice all over the place.

As indicated above, the Eleaf Tance Max comes with a removable coil design. The coil is screwed into the bottom of the pod. The Tance Max comes with two coils – one 0.6ohm Kanthal GS Air mesh coil and a 1.6ohms Stainless Steel GS Air coil. The device is designed for mouth-to-lung vaping. However, you can get restricted hits from the 0.6ohm coil. Talking about hits, you can adjust the airflow when using the Tance Max. Simply turn the ring at the base of the coil. You can see how many airflow holes are opened or closed.

The Eleaf Tance Max has a built-in 1100mAh battery which can easily last you for a whole day. The Eleaf Tance Max has a maximum wattage output of 15W and a resistance range of 0.3ohm to 3ohms. The device comes with a Type-C USB cable, and it charges up quickly. There is a firing button on the front of the device with a light in the middle, which serves as a battery life indicator. You need to press the button five times quickly to turn the device on. The light will show green when the battery level is between 100 percent and 60 percent; blue when it is between 59 percent and 20 percent; and red when it is 19 percent or below. The device comes with safety features like short-circuit protection and 15-second timeout.

You can get the Tance Max from eleafworld.com for around $30.92 to $36.80.

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