The biggest, best tank system we carry, the GS V-Core (Vivi Nova) Tank is a must-have for vapers who want to go all day with a steady vape and not have to refill every few hours. With a capacity of 2.8mL and wicks long enough to catch your liquid after the first drip, you're going to love the way this sytem performs. We recommend using the GS V-Core (Vivi Nova) Tank with a high capacity eGo battery or, even better, an eGo-C TWIST variable voltage battery for best results. Plus, this revolutionary tank system comes with three different resistence heads: 1.8Ω, 2.4Ω and 2.8Ω, for every variable voltage vaper!
Users of our CE4 clearomizers will find the GS V-Core (Vivi Nova) Tank a smooth transition and should have no problem navigating this new piece of hardware. Perhaps the nicest feature of the Vivi Nova Tank is its ability to easily be disassembled and cleaned, meaning you'll get tons of use out of this sytem, even if you decide to switch eLiquids. Grab a GS V-Core (Vivi Nova) Tank, fill it up and get to vaping to see this product in action for yourself!
Posted by Carey on 5th Oct 2013
These work very well. The 1.8ohm is too much smoke for us, so we buy 2.4s as replacements and they work really nice. The unit may not last forever, but they are cheap enough to get a fresh one every few months. We used to buy the cartimizers with the batting inside, but these last longer, are easier to fill and are less likely to get the burnt taste. Fill it once a day, and your all set. One thing is that after several fills, the liquid starts to get dark. Just smoke it until the liquid is low and dump the dark liquid. Then clean out the tank with a paper towel, fill with fresh liquid and it tastes like new.
Posted by Dan on 22nd Sep 2013
Loved how this vaped. Gave a great vapor, good flavor and has a huge storage for liquid. Only problem is I bumped into the corner of my desk with it in my pocket and it cracked. I'll be buying another because I was so pleased with the way it worked, but I'll be much more careful as to how I carry it around.
Posted by Loren on 15th Jun 2013
I bought Vivi Nova tank and only with two 2.4 ohm and one 2.8 and I bought on 2.4 ohm I was going to the 1.8 ohm for my 100 VG Virginia Flue Cured Tobacco, but I guess I will to wait. 50 PG 50 VG with the 2.4 ohm and it works very good. I have no 1.8 ohm here.
Posted by Anonymous on 11th May 2013
I have bought this for every family member now and everyone likes it! I have bought and tested every type of E-cig systems thru out the last 3 years and I can say hands down this is the best system out there.
The CE4 & CE5 body's crack ALL THE TIME. The EGO systems leak like CRASY and is just a mess to deal with. Did the Blue cigs and all the other "pencil" styles and they work well if you don't mind replacing the batteries every 2 weeks! This tank has VERY THICK and so far only very minor leakage that is normal for this style. Use 1100 EGO batteries and you are good to go all day long!
Posted by Jerry on 20th Mar 2013
No leaks and good vapor. Need more sizes.
Posted by Dave on 14th Mar 2013
When I first received this tank in the mail and hooked it up for the first time, I thought it was excellent. Now, after about 2 weeks, the shiny "chrome" has tarnished a bit and started to have a very slight brownish tint. Also, this metal drip tip now leaves a terrible metal taste in my mouth when I use it.
I would definitely recommend buying a tank with a plastic drip tip, because thing is virtually unusable after just a short period of time. I haven't even switched out the heater core yet. Very disappointed.
Posted by Ubuntuer on 11th Mar 2013
What I have learned about these tips may help others use them better. First, screw the tip all the way, then back off for about 1/8 of a turn. If you screw this on to tight it will show a dead battery. Second, this doesn’t let you draw in too much air, so I used a toothpick and broke off the point in the air hole to make a better draw—it wasn’t so harsh. Happy Vaping!
Posted by Ron on 5th Dec 2012
When I first gave this tank system a whirl on my ego-c passthrough battery, I used the included and already installed 2.8ohm atomizer head and it just plain worked great. Better vape than I've gotten with any other system.
Eventually, not realizing that the atomizer heads were actually rated for their resistance (I had erroneously assumed there was some other method for modifying the resistance) I switched the 2.8ohm atomizer head for the included 2.4ohm atomizer. That atomizer also worked like a champ, though for less time.
Its when that atomizer head ran out of steam that I made the discovery of the etched resistance ratings on the heads. All I had left was the 1.8ohm and I wanted to keep using this to vape, so I cleaned it all out and put the 1.8ohm atomizer head in.
The *moment* it touched my battery, the battery died. It will sometimes still get a red light for charging from USB and blink blue 5 times or so when first plugging it in but all other functionality is gone. I can't "turn it on" anymore with the 5-clicks and it won't supply power to any attached atomizers/cartomizers I've tried.
So... with that one exception this thing is great. I will continue to use it, but I'll be avoiding the 1.8ohm atomizer heads in the future with ego-c passthrough batteries. A slightly expensive lesson.
Posted by Carol on 19th Nov 2012
I ordered this tank and it arrived today. It vapes so much better than any of my other tanks. There's great flavor and great vapor, with no leaks and no mess.
My main reason for ordering this is that I have rheumatoid arthritis and the other tank systems were difficult for me to fill alone. Just pushing the tank far enough into the cone was difficult for me and this looked easier. This is so much easier to use: the top and bottom screw off so easily for filling and cleaning and it holds a lot more, so it does not need filling as often.