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Morph Tank by EHPRO & Eciggity

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  • 5
    This is an incredibly awesome tank

    Posted by Mark T on Oct 15, 2015

    Wow, what a tank! This tank is the cat ass...I mean that in a good way, what an incredibly awesome tank. I have only tried the Delta II coil, as I have only had this tank a week or two and still haven't gone through my first coil yet. However, if the Kanger and Atlantis coils work and last as well as the Delta coil has, I may have to seriously consider getting another one just because.
    I have several Atlantis tanks 2 or 3 of which are clones, an Atlantis v2 I have a Kanger sub tank mini, sub tank original (the one that holds 6 ml.). Have an Arctic sub tank, as well as the Smok VCT- Pro, and an Ego One Mega, and finally an Innokin iSub the plastic tank, which I hardly ever use due to the fact that every time I put a coil in I get a burnt taste in a day maybe 2 max. So the Innokin tank for now is out. I do have 2 Lemo tanks, but those are not sub ohm. Why the Delta II coil first? Because that is one tank that I have not tried. I have a couple friends who have and use the Delta II tank and say it is a very good to excellent tank for sub ohm use. Thus far, I could not be happier with the Morph thank, I would love to see additional adapters for this tank introduced for we the end user.
    Should there be new adapters released I know that I will definitely be on the pre-order list as I know that any adapter will be of as high quality as the current batch of adapters. Thank you all for taking the time to read my review, it is greatly appreciated.

  • 3

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 14, 2015

    I bought the Morph in large part to my positive experience with the Billow V2 and wanted a single coil RBA with similar quality. Machining was excellent and the tank arrived free of any oil or grease residue. The quality of the tank is good despite some issues that I experienced. For one, the airflow is definitely more restricted than the Billow V2 and can be described as a tight lung draw, which I don't love but can get used to. The screws on the deck are small but haven't been an issue for any of my builds thus far. I also experienced what another reviewer previously posted, which was the "check atomizer" message after building on the deck. The problem was a pin adjustment issue that was not clearly discussed in the manual. On another occasion my son tipped my mod over which made the ohms go much higher, which I again attributed and corrected with the pin issue. The main drawback and failure of this tank for me is the chamber you screw around your rba section completely unscrewing and staying in the chimney when attempting to refill the tank. It has happened literally every time I have attempted to refill the tank, and nothing I have tried has worked (lube the chimney with e-juice, lube the chamber and chimney with e-juice, and tighten the chamber with rags and a pair of pliers). It completely ruins your wicking when this happens and makes refilling the tank a lot more time-consuming and messy. Sought help from Eciggity customer service (whom responded quickly so no complaints there) and was told the only thing to do is tighten the chamber better, which I have tried many times. The tank has unfortunately become a paperweight at this point.

  • 2
    Customer support has not responded

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 18, 2015

    Just received my order of the EHPro Morph tank and have a few questions, also posted on the ECF forum.

    A bit confused on using the Atlantis coils and chimney.

    Both the RBA and Delta chimneys come with a clear/white flat o-rings installed.
    The Subtank Chimney does not have any O-Ring pre-installed, so I assume it does not need one.

    The included manual says: "Only the Atlantis coil will need to use o-ring". The diagram shows a silicone o-ring hovering above the coil, BUT I assume the actual placement is inside the Chimney section, not on some other part of the coil. There is a BLACK o-ring in the included ziplock baggie that fits inside the Atlantis chimney, BUT, why if an o-ring is needed, did they NOT pre-install the same kind of clear/white flat one, like in the other two chimneys?

    The black o-rings seem to be more for tank seals, not sure if the pre-installed clear/white o-rings are more heat resistant then the black ones, but this tank, like the Aspire Triton can get very hot, and any o-ring in the chimneys will get a lot of heat. Are the materials "silicone" different between the black and white o-rings?

    Also confused as to the specs listed next to the o-ring in the manual: "DIA8*DIA6*1", why are there two numbers for diameter? Plus the number 1, after the asterisk? There was only one included black o-ring that seemed to be the right diameter for the Atlantis chimney.

    Should also INCLUDE a 2nd glass tank like ALL other tanks, Kanger SubTank etc.

    Have not heard back from customer support regarding these questions!

  • 4
    Good device

    Posted by oldjoe on Aug 28, 2015

    Price is good, shipping was fast. I got the Morph to use the RBA only so the rest of the package is pretty much useless to me as I do not use manufactured coils.
    When I got the device I did a build and was greeted with the "No Atomizer" message on several different devices.. After some in depth testing I realized the fault was inside the tank as the bottom pin was not making connection. The instructions for that pin are NOT included in the tank manual but are in the Adapter manual that I did not intend to open but did so to try a manufactured coil for testing.
    Overall, it's a well built and innovative creation and the 1 star deduction is for the failure to include important information within the tank manual.
    Major flaws that come to mind are the ridiculously small screw heads on the RBA and the lack of inclusion of a replacement bottom pin and deck screws that can be easily lost when changing coils/adapters. A Kanger SubTank RBA design, with the raised posts, would have been a very good inclusion.

  • 4
    Great Tank

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 25, 2015

    Pros: Let me start by saying that this tank is built like a tank. The quality is above and beyond what I expected for the price.I have only been able to use the Atlantis coils so far but they vape better in this tank the the original tank. The 510 pin is adjustable and the threading on all the connections is smooth.

    Cons: only one I can think of is lack of top fill.

  • 4
    Dear EHPro & Eciggity

    Posted by Dennis Chun on Aug 19, 2015

    I borrowed the Morph tank from my friend for a week and it was awesome.. I recently broke my subohm tank so he let me borrow it and it worked great! But just a suggestion if you were to make a v2, which you can just ignore it, but maybe you can try make the pin spring loaded so you don't have to change the pins when changing it for the atlantis, but I don't know if it just wants possible when you guys were making it, but just giving it a thought.. And I still use my Volcano products every now and then, so maybe you can make an adapter for their tank as well.. But then again, not many people know about Volcano as much as us locals do.. I think.. And lastly I'm very into aesthetics, mostly simple looks. Something that looks like the subtank. Well thank you, and I'm just giving suggestions.. I really do like the Morph tank! But I just think I'd love it, if there were some changes.. But maybe it just can't work that way.. Idk.. But thank you again, and hope to see if you guys like my idea or not! Mahalo and aloha~

  • 4
    Love it!

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 18, 2015

    so versatile love being able to choose my coil for the week.

  • 5
    Fantastic Product

    Posted by Jeff H. on Aug 14, 2015

    I'm loving this tank, i will say the included RTA section is kinda meh. The other three coils adapters are top notch and even perform better than the intended tanks. I am curious when more adapters are coming out though.

  • 4
    great tank

    Posted by jerry key on Aug 12, 2015

    this is a great tank and it has great people to stand behind it

Morph Tank Adaptors Are Sold Separately and can be purchased here: https://eciggity.com/morph-tank-adaptors/

The Morph Tank is both an RTA and a Sub Ohm Tank, which was created through a collaboration with EHPRO and Eciggity. What makes the Morph different in the Sub Ohm Tank market is its compatibility with MANY different types of sub ohm coils with the use of adaptors. Why buy more Sub Ohm Tanks when you can simply put an adaptor for the coil you want to use into the Morph Tank?


  • Stainless Steel and Quartz Glass
  • Huge Adjustable Cyclops Airflow
  • Wide Bore Delrin Base Drip Tip
  • Compatible with different Sub Ohm Coils
  • Single Airflow Rebuildable Deck Adaptor to build your own coils


Replacement Glass Piece can be purchased here: https://eciggity.com/billow-v2-morph-tank-glass/



1x Morph Tank by EHPRO & Eciggity

1x Wide Bore Delrin Drip Tip

1x Single Airflow Rebuildable Deck

Warning: This product is for advanced users only and proper precautions/handling should always be used. Never use any atomizer on a hybrid mod with a 510 connection that is flush or shorter than the 510 threading of the atomizer to avoid any possible injuries.

Disclaimer: Please use extreme caution when working with Li-Ion (Lithium-Ion), LiPo (Lithium-Ion Polymer) and any other rechargeable batteries. The user should have fundamental knowledge of batteries and battery safety before using these types of batteries to avoid injury. Always charge in/on a fire-proof surface. Never leave charging batteries unattended. Do not use any rechargeable battery as well as any battery charger if any visible damage is present, as well as if the cell or charger has been stressed through mishandling or accidental causes even if damage may not be visible. Always store and transport rechargeable cells in a safe, non-conductive container in a controlled environment. Dispose of all battery cells and chargers in accordance to local laws and mandates. Eciggity will not be held responsible for any damage or injury caused by misuse or mishandling of Li-Ion, LiPo and any other rechargeable batteries.

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