What to expect from Vapefly’s Kriemhild 2 ?
The Vapefly Kriemhild 2 hardly changes compared to the first of the name. Only new coils are emerging.
The Kriemhild 2 wants to ride on the resounding success of the first Kriemhild. Having received the title of the best sub ohm tank of 2020, the Kriemhild had it all. A superb design, especially with the kit which had a superb box. Great flavors and coils that last a long time. This time, nothing new on the tank, but Vapefly arrives with new coil.
The Kriemhild 2 FreeCore Duplex Mesh
The Kriemhild 2 has a capacity of 4 and 5 ml depending on the pyrex you put. We are on a tank with a diameter of 25 millimeters, so it will fit on most mods. The first Kriemhild had coils in Mesh, especially doubles or triples. This time, Vapefly brings us the FreeCore Duplex Mesh which is supposed to be better. The brand tells us that these are coils that will react instantly by offering a very dense and very homogeneous vape.
The difference between a “classic” Mesh coil and the Vapefly Duplex is that they are simply two mesh coils glued together. I doubt this simple “trick” will give us better flavors, but why not?
On paper, it looks good, but we’ll have to wait for the coil reviews to be sure. But the coils of the first Kriemhild had impressed everyone and we can think that the Kriemhild 2 will raise the level even more. The pack of 2 coils is not cheap, because it is around 11 dollars. These coils will have to last long enough, minimum 3 weeks.
The future of the Sub ohm tank?
It’s interesting that Vapefly is bringing the Kriemhild 2 to us, because the classic sub ohm tank tends to go away. Oh ! We still have some nice leftovers like Uwell’s Crown 5 which came out at the end of 2020. But now, the Chinese are moving overwhelmingly to the pod mod. The Tank sub ohm as we have known it is so rare that it is immediately noticed when a brand pulls one out.
With this Kriemhild 2, you have two coils supplied, the FreeCore Duplex K-1 in Kanthal of 0.20 ohm that we recommend to use between 45 and 60 watts and the FreeCore K-2.0, always in Kanthal at 0.30 ohm that we recommend to use between 40 and 55 watts. I like this power range, as Smok’s sub ohm tanks tended to overplay on power.
Personally, I no longer vape in Sub Ohm since the first lock down. I was already in the rebuildable and I had to switch into it 100% in my atos, because it was impossible to have new coils. At the time, I used the Crown 4 which has never disappointed me. If Vapefly goes through this then send me the Kriemhild 2 to review it for you.
For Sub Ohm tank fans, the Kriemhild 2 is a safe bet given the number of positive feedbacks on the former. However, the brand does not specify if this version 2 is compatible with the coils of the first Kriemhild.
If you didn’t buy the first Kriemhild, then this Kriemhild 2 may be worth it. For others, I don’t know if it could be worth a purchase. In terms of colors, the Kriemhild 2 is available in Black, SS and Gunmetal. Gold and Blue are planned for the future. For the price, it’s around 40 dollars in pre-order.