One thing I hate is having to constantly refill my tank. The BFDFT by Cloud Chasers is a big tank that can hold a lot of e-liquid. After doing some research, many owners said it could hold roughly 15 mil of juice which is exactly the scope of storage capacity I was looking for. With that in mind I decided to give it a try.
The BFDFT is a well made device. The first thing I noticed was how thick the glass was – at 2 mil it isn’t going to break anytime soon and speaks to a solid build philosophy. It also has a lot of versatility for modding because of how it’s made.
Aside from plenty of room for liquid it also had plenty of room for changing parts. With no posts, I found it really easy to modify it to fit my personal taste. It can hold coils as big as 4 mil and wires that are up to 3 mil thick. I’m sure more creative people can come up with a more unique set up than I use, but that’s one of the reasons I like the BFDFT – the possibilities.
Using the BFDFT
When using the BFDFT I noticed the following pros and one con:
- It can hold a lot! I could easily pour an entire bottle of juice into it no problems.
- It produces big clouds. If you’re into that sort of thing it can certainly accommodate.
- It can take plenty of voltage with no trouble.
- If I have to list a con there is a notable one. The BFDFT can leak easily if you don’t set it up just right. The leak is clearly noticeable right above the airflow and is a bit concerning. After some testing I found this was not a design flaw but user error on my part. I just had to use more cotton and it stopped.
In summation, this tank offers unique possibilities. I like it because aside from its big storage capacity it has plenty of room to mod and try out new ideas and concepts. Also, once I used it for awhile I figured out its unique quirks. Overall it does what I wanted which is store a lot of liquid with the bonus of build flexibility. Overall I give it 4 out of 5 because it takes a while to learn it.