The Clear Fusion and Clear Fusion MAX are two types of clearomizers (tanks) available for the Mig Cig and the Mig 21 Vape Pen. They’re both extremely similar, the main difference being the coil resistance: the regular tank has a 2.5Ω resistance while the Clear Fusion MAX clocks in at 1.8Ω.
The first noticeable thing about these tanks is they they’re wider than the batteries they go on – Mig Vapor’s batteries are roughly 9mm wide while the tank is about 11mm. Of course, this allows for an increased e-liquid capacity (1.3ml). It’s not the most beautiful thing in the world, but I don’t mind at all. In this case, Mig Vapor favored function over form.
Clear Fusion (original)
The vapor production is roughly similar to what you get with the VaporFi tank. There’s a lot of resistance, but I don’t find that to be an issue at all – I personally prefer a tighter draw. This effectively give you the performance of a much larger device in a slim package – it’s a noticeable step-up from cartomizers.
Since it doesn’t have any filler material, you get much better flavor rendition. Truly an excellent vape!
Clear Fusion MAX
Looks can be deceiving – while they both look the same, the Clear Fusion MAX is a noticeable step up. The Clear Fusion MAX produces a great deal more vapor, and slightly more throat hit. If you’re using e-liquid with a high nicotine concentration, you’ll probably want to take it down a notch, because that throat hit is hard to handle.
There’s much less resistance with this one, obviously, for an easier draw. The only downside to the Clear Fusion MAX is the mouthpiece: it looks very similar, but I found it to be slightly less ergonomic.
There’s one issue that took me a while to notice: if you chain vape, the mouthpiece can get quite hot. It’s not as risky as, say, using an eRoll – but you should still be careful.
Overall, it’s still a matter of personal taste – right now, I couldn’t be happier with any of these two tanks!