Freemax Fireluke Mesh Tank Review sent me the Fireluke Mesh for the purpose of review. This is a high-wattage sub-ohm tank that uses the recently new and popular mesh coils.

What’s in the Box:

  • The Fireluke Mesh Tank
  • An extra mesh coil
  • Accessories
  • Spare glass tank


  • 24mm in diameter and 46.5mm tall
  • Made of 316L stainless steel
  • Tank made of Pyrex Glass and holds 3.0ml
  • Mesh coils built at 0.15ohm and are rated for 40-90W
  • BuyBest sells it for $26.23

Fireluke Mesh Design

The design of the tank looks gorgeous in my opinion. Even though they sent me the pink model, I was still so excited to open it because of how great it looks. Obviously, if you’re buying it yourself, you’ll be able to pick the color that you really want. 😉

The Fireluke Mesh comes in a bunch of color schemes and options.

The carbon fiber model comes in:

  • black
  • silver
  • blue
  • purple

The resin model (the model I have):

  • pink
  • purple
  • blue
  • black
  • red (it’s obviously pink)

And the stainless steel model:

  • black
  • gunmetal
  • blue
  • silver
  • rainbow
  • gold

There really is an option for everyone. I have no idea how it made sense economically for them to create so many models, but it’s awesome that they did.

Drip Tip

The drip tip is an 18mm wide-bore 810 tip. It has a concave design that narrows slightly towards the bottom. It’s a typical size and it’ll match the design of whatever color or model you bought.

Top Cap

The top unscrews and it works fine. I’ve found on the resin model that it can be a little tough to unscrew because there aren’t any grips on it. It’s not a big deal, just a minor annoyance.

Under the top cap are the e-juice fill ports.

If you vape the Fireluke Mesh coils at the max wattage of 90 watts, you’ll become familiar with these fill ports fast because 90 watts just sucks up the e-juice! 😉

Between the top cap and the deck is the glass, held into place with seals.

The seals work great and I haven’t had any issues with leaking or falling off when trying to reassemble the tank.


The coils are the star of the show here.

The Fireluke Mesh uses the newly popular mesh coils. We’ve been seeing a lot of these lately. You’ll often hear people talking about how they’re getting horrible dry-hits from rebuildable mesh atomizers, but nobody is complaining about pre-built mesh coils like these. And that’s because they work beautifully. I haven’t had a dry hit once. It hits amazing, over and over, even at max wattages of 90 watts. It’s crazy.

The coils use organic cotton and the mesh creates a wide contact surface over the cotton. This allows the mesh to fire evenly across the entire cotton wick. There are four wicking slots, one on each side of the coil that wick perfectly. I can take hit after hit, and it never dries out.

Base and Airflow

On the base of the deck is the airflow control ring, so this is a bottom-airflow tank.

If the airflow is wide open, you’ll get a ton of airflow. If you want to cloud chase, you’ll have no problem doing that here. You can also shut it down to get a restricted lung draw, which works great at the minimum of 40 watts.

The biggest drawback of the airflow is that it’s loud and turbulent. Otherwise, it works great.

Flavor Production

Now here’s the best part of the tank; the flavor. I’ve never had a sub-ohm tank that produces this much flavor. I don’t know if I’ve gotten this much flavor from any atomizer, tank or RDA. It’s absolutely amazing.

Overall Thoughts

The cons I have are so minor that they hardly even matter. The only cons I have are that there no grips on the top cap and that the tank has loud airflow.

But I have so many good things to say about the Fireluke Mesh tank. It looks great, there are tons of color options, it’s affordable at only $26, you can get massive amounts of vapor, and the flavor is just out of this world.

Basically, get this tank. That’s my opinion. sent this to me for review and you can get it from their site for $26.23.

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