They’re lauded as the KINGS of flavor, but are Svoe Mesto Kayfun tanks worth all that money? I have a Kayfun Prime… But are they worth ALL THAT MONEY?
I own the Kayfun Prime, so maybe I’m a little biased, but I actually do think they are.
I know, I know – three figures for a vape tank is a lot but once you unbox one, set it up, and vape on it you immediately know where all that extra money went.
In this respect, Kayfun tanks are a bit like DNA mods; they’re pricey, way pricier than your standard gear, but they do live up to the hype, whether you’re talking about design, quality of build materials, or, in this context, overall flavor.
Why You Haven’t Heard of Svoe Mesto Kayfun Tanks
Simple: you can’t really get them in many places in the US, especially online.
I was late to the party as well; I bought my first one just a few months ago after reading about them in a forum I frequent.
Phrases and comments like, “the best flavor ever,” and, “the best MTL vape tank on planet earth”, got my curiosity piqued.
After reading a selection of reviews, as well as some YouTube videos, I was convinced. I needed – nay, deserved! – a Kayfun tank in my life and I didn’t care how much it’d cost me.
Then I Had To Find One…
This is where things got tricky.
You see, none of my usual retailer haunts carried Svoe Mesto products.
They’re either too expensive (meaning bad margins) or they’re just too European.
Either way, Kayfun tanks are harder to find in the US than hen’s teeth.
I eventually stumbled across Origin Vape, a New York-based company, that carried a bunch of Kayfun tanks.
I ended up going with the Kayfun Prime, as it ticked all my boxes.
But you can also pick up Kayfun tanks via DirectVapor as well.
They have the Kayfun V5 sub-ohm tank – and that bad boy is legendary!
I mean, just check out these reviews for the Kayfun V5:
The Kayfun V5 is pricey ($119.95) but it is definitely a worthy investment.
Both the Prime and the V5 are very expensive.
But, they do live up to the hype.
I was blown away by the Prime.
And the V5 is considered to be a classic in the MTL vaping arena too.
Regardless of how it performed, the Kayfun Prime, next to my DNA mods, is the most expensive vape purchases I have ever made.
Are Kayfun Tanks Worth ALL THAT MONEY!?
First, you have to ask yourself what you value.
- Would you rather buy cheap products, so you have money to spend on other things?
- Do you only buy quality products?
- Are you interested in design and getting the best flavor/performance from your purchased goods?
- Do you love vaping?
Most important: are you interested in MTL vaping?
Because if you are, Kayfun tanks are literally the GODS of that small, under-serviced universe of tanks.
Nothing else in the space comes close to what Svoe Mesto has achieved with its Kayfun tanks, and this is why you’ll pay a premium for one.
However, if like me, you take vaping very seriously, and are constantly looking for the best of the best, then $120 isn’t all that much for something that is going to provide you with a lot of pleasure.
I mean, I could spend that on a night out.
I have done, multiple times, and all I had to show for it in the morning was a raging hangover and some laughs.
Nothing useful, nothing I could use again.
Plus, I’m a flavor chaser. So this, combined with ALL of the above, sold me on the idea.
The Kayfun Prime is simple to setup, it never leaks, and it kicks out flavor unlike anything else on the market right now.
It is leagues ahead of 99.9% of tanks in this regard.
Tack on the fact that it’s an MTL tank, and you’re in a very good place.
Forget the price, it doesn’t matter. This is the kind of tank you buy and then use forevermore – it’s that good.
Kayfun Tanks – A Word On E Juice (And The Right Mix To Get)
MTL vaping is different to DTL vaping. And this means the experience, and how it vapes and tastes, is different.
High VG E Juice, in my experience, is not really suited to MTL vaping.
It works, sure. But the flavor just isn’t there. It just doesn’t cut the mustard like it does in a DTL tank.
I’ve been experimenting around with higher nicotine, and different mixes of PG vs. VG, and I have discovered that higher PG mixes work best in MTL tanks.
You get more flavor and a better throat hit.
High VG is for your heavy-hitting DTL sub-ohms and RDAs. And that’s fine: MTL vaping, like the type you do with a Kayfun, is all about flavor.
Not watts, and not clouds.
It’s ALL about the flavor.
For this reason, you’re best off going with a decent Nic-salt E Juice.
These are better on the throat hit, pack more of a punch, with respect to the nicotine hit, but are still relatively smooth.
Basically, they tick ALL the boxes you want ticking when you’re MTL vaping.
I get most of my Nic-salt E Juice via DirectVapor, simply because they do free delivery on all orders. And I like that kinda thing.
They also have a pretty decent selection of flavors and brands to get you started.