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The Smoktech Pyrex Bottom Coil Tank Clearomizer is a beautiful bottom coil clearomizer (BCC) featuring a Pyrex glass tank.

The Version 1 is the largest of the two PBC tanks available and it holds approximately 6.0mL of e-liquid, making it the largest Pyrex glass tank that we currently carry.

It offers the same great features and performance as other bottom coil clearomizers, but with the introduction of a strong Pyrex glass tank and solid stainless steel construction. The PBC Tank is 510 threaded and will work on any eGo-style battery or Mods that have 510 threads. When using with an eGo style battery, users may want to add a large eGo thread cover (DCT/Nova Base) to finish the look and provide extra stability.

Since the Smoktech Pyrex Bottom Coil Tank is made with a Pyrex glass tank instead of high density plastic, it is perfect for use with abrasive liquids such as the cinnamon red hots and spearmint-flavored e-liquids that often cause problems by reacting with the plastics used in standard clearomizers.

Also, the bottom feed design makes the PBC Tank great for use with thicker liquids. Since gravity helps keep the wick saturated, thicker liquids (higher VG content) can be used without getting the dreaded dry/burnt hits that are common with many tanks.

Replacement Coil Heads for this product can be found here: Smoktech Bottom Coil Replacement Heads (5pk).

How to Use your SmokTech Pyrex Bottom Coil Tank:

To fill, turn the tank upside down and remove the threaded end cap. Fill the outer portion of the tank (avoid getting e-liquid in the center airflow tube). Screw the head and wick assembly onto the threaded end, cap tightly, then screw the end cap onto the tank tightly. You can now turn it right-side up and check for leaks before using.
Gurgling or leaking can occur if liquid gets into the center airflow tube. To clear this liquid and improve performance, remove the tank from the battery and blow through the mouthpiece into a paper towel. The excess liquid will come out of the threaded end of the device. If this happens, often you may need to check that all connections are screwed down tightly or replace the head and wick assembly with a new one.
The head and wick assembly will sometimes loosen themselves when the threaded end cap is unscrewed. Always check that it is screwed on tightly before replacing the threaded end cap. Not doing so could result in a leaking or non-working device.
You should never run the tank completely dry. Doing so could result in a burnt or damaged wick and can cause leaking. Refill the tank when the liquid level reaches approximately 1/3 full.
The life span of replacement heads can vary quite a bit, but following the above instructions will maximize the life span of the coil.
Recommended Voltage for varying resistance levels:
1.7-1.9ohm - 3.1-3.3V
2.1-2.3ohm - 3.4-3.7V
2.4-2.6ohm - 3.8-4.1V
2.6-3.0ohm - 4.2-4.5V
*The above recommendations are merely a guideline. Personal preference as well as specific set ups, hardware, liquids, etc. can have an effect on the proper Voltage to use.