Last Updated on July 27, 2018 by Team Spinfuel

Functionally, the new Horizon Falcon Resin Edition Sub-Ohm Tank is virtually identical to the Horizon Falcon (reviewed here) we reviewed a few months back. In other words, the Horizon Falcon Resin Edition Sub-Ohm is one spectacular sub-ohm tank.


This Resin (Cobra-style) tank uses the same Replacement Coils as the original Falcon, making the improvements of this version to be mainly in the aesthetics. The biggest change between the two tanks is that instead of the Triple Airflow slots of the original Falcon, the Resin Edition has Dual Airflow slots. Can losing one Airflow slot make a difference? Read on…


The Horizon Falcon Resin Edition will instantly remind you of the SMOK Resa Prince (reviewed here). From the Cobra pattern and color selections (including the magnificent dark rainbow color that the Resa Prince got so right) the Horizon Falcon Resin Edition even sports a full 7mL of juice capacity, just .5mL less than the Resa Prince.


Refilling the Horizon Falcon Resin Edition is also identical to the SMOK Resa Prince. To refill the tanks, simply unscrew the complete top cap to reveal two large fill slots, fill them up and replace the top cap.

Horizon Falcon Resin Edition Sub-Ohm Tank Review

HorizonTech Falcon Resin 25mm Tank Features:

  • 25mm Diameter
  • 5mL Standard Juice Capacity
  • 7mL Bubble Glass Expansion
  • Superior Stainless-Steel Construction
  • Resin Embedded Frame
  • Pyrex Glass Reinforcement
  • HorizonTech Falcon Coil System
  • 0.15ohm M1 Falcon Coil – Rated for 60-80W
  • 0.16ohm M2 Falcon Coil – Rated for 70-80W
  • Threaded Top-Fill System
  • Dual Adjustable Bottom Airflow Ring
  • Cobra Resin Wide Bore Drip Tip
  • 510 Drip Tip Adapter
  • Available in Resin Black, Blue, Rainbow, Red, White, Green, Orange

HorizonTech Falcon Resin Edition Includes: 

  • 1 Falcon Tank – Resin Edition
  • 1 0.16ohm M2 Mesh Coil
  • 1 0.15ohm M1 Mesh Coil
  • 1 Set of O-Rings
  • 1 Standard Glass Tube
  • 1 Bubble Glass Expansion
  • Instruction Manual

Horizon Falcon Resin Edition

The Horizon Falcon RESIN Edition Tank is yet another excellent sub-ohm coming on the heels of the successful of HorizonTech's Falcon, featuring a resin embedded frame and a 7mL maximum capacity, plus dual slotted bottom airflow control, and the new 0.16ohm M2 Mesh Coil. Intense flavor, massive clouds.... this is an A+ Sub-Ohm.

Get the Falcon Resin at Element Vape

25mm Diameter
5mL Standard Juice Capacity
7mL Bubble Glass Expansion
Superior Stainless Steel Construction
Resin Embedded Frame

Falcon Resin vs Resa Prince

Here’s a quick look at how similar these two sub-ohm tanks are:


SMOK Resa Prince

  • 26mm Base Diameter
  • 30mm Diameter at Widest Points
  • 5mL Standard Juice Capacity
  • 7.5mL Maximum Juice Capacity – Bulb Glass Extension (default)
  • Convenient Top-Fill Rotary Design
  • Dual Adjustable Airflow Control at Base
  • 810 Cobra Resin Ultra-Wide Drip Tip


Horizon Falcon Resin Edition

  • 25mm Diameter
  • 5mL Standard Juice Capacity
  • 7mL Bubble Glass Expansion (default)
  • Threaded Top-Fill System
  • Dual Adjustable Bottom Airflow Ring
  • Cobra Resin Wide Bore Drip Tip
  • 810 Cobra Resin Ultra-Wide Drip Tip

Horizon Falcon Replacement Coils Make the Difference


Making its debut with the Falcon Resin Edition is the 0.16ohm M2 Mesh Coil. This new Coil rated for 70 to 80W, and I found my optimal vape using the YiHi SXmini SL Class (reviewed here) at 61W. Like most Mesh Coils, as time wears on users can increase the lifespan of the Coils by reducing the wattage a little at the time. A fresh M2 Mesh Coil might be best at 61W for myself (your wattage may be different), but after a full week of use I reduced the power to 56W to obtain the same performance.


The Horizon Falcon Replacement Coils deliver a truly remarkable central wicking process using natural flax fiber for flax paper and wood pulp for an intense and authentic flavor output. Available with the 0.15ohm M1 Mesh Coil and a 0.16ohm M2 Mesh Coil. As much as I enjoy my SMOK Sub-Ohm Tanks, I have to admit that the Horizon Falcon Coils deliver a better vape experience, and seems to last much longer than most SMOK Coils


  • Horizon Falcon Coil Technology
  • Parallel Vertical Orientation
  • 0.2ohm F1 Falcon Coil – 30% Wood Pulp & 70% Cotton – rated for 80W
  • 0.2ohm F2 Falcon Coil – Natural Flax Fiber – rated for 80W
  • 0.2ohm F3 Falcon Coil – Flax Fiber & Flax Paper – rated for 70W
  • 0.15ohm M1 Mesh Falcon Coil – Mesh Design w/ Wood Pulp & Cotton – rated for 70W
  • 0.16ohm M2 Mesh Falcon Coil – rated for 70-80W

Vaping the Horizon Falcon Resin Edition

While I reviewed the SXmini SL Class mod I made the decision to use the Falcon Resin Edition to test the mod. Because I have experience with Horizon Falcon Replacement Coils I generally knew what to expect in terms of vapor and flavor, so for the most part I used this tank to understand the various Taste Modes – Powerful+, Powerful, Standard, Soft, Eco and SXi-Q.


The Falcon Coils use Kanthal heating elements, and in the case of the SXmini SL Class, and the SXmini G Class (reviewed here) as well, the Coils produced excellent flavor across all Taste Modes, but Powerful+ mode provided the most intense flavor I’ve ever experienced with a sub-ohm tank.


Another great feature (?) of using the Falcon tank with a Horizon Mesh Coil is being able to take strong, several second pulls from the drip tip without any pushback. A 7 second pull from the tank, backed by 60+ watts produced such thick clouds of vapor that I had to often stop typing on my laptop to give the clouds a chance to dissipate enough to see the screen.


Modern Sub-Ohm tanks are seldomly poor performing tanks and comparing one against the other is becoming more and more difficult. But, although the aesthetics between the SMOK Resa Prince and the Falcon Resin Edition are so very close, it was not hard to conclude that for flavor and vapor performance, the Horizon Falcon Coils make the Falcon Resin Edition a better tank, especially when it comes to pure flavor and Coil longevity. SMOK could learn a thing or two about Coils by examining how Horizon builds theirs.

What to Do?

Over the course of several months I have added two dozen SMOK Prince, (reviewed hereResa Prince, and the newer SMOK Prince Cobra (reviewed here) sub-ohm tanks to my collection. And while I still enjoy (and use) these SMOK tanks, the fact is, the Horizon Falcon Resin Edition has become my go-to sub-ohm. That can be a problem.


Flavor, vapor, and coil life are the deciding factors when choosing the right sub-ohm tank. I knew from the moment I began vaping the original Horizon Falcon that flavor fidelity was superior to that of any of the SMOK Coils, and vapor production was about the same. Still, from an aesthetic point of view, the three SMOK sub-ohms (Prince, Prince Cobra, Resa Prince) are better looking tanks. This allowed me to keep a couple of the Falcon tanks around, but not in heavy rotation. Now, it’s a different story.


I like attractive vape gear, as I’m sure most of you do as well. Creating the Falcon Resin Edition, Horizon created a game changer for me. I know now that I will buy several more of these tanks, and slowly retire the SMOK sub-ohms by not purchasing replacement coils for them.


For an idea of just how good the quality of the Horizon Falcon Resin Edition is, make sure to take a good look at the Specs and Features included in this review (in the dropdown boxes). High grade stainless steel, thick, crystal clear glass tanks, superior resin materials embedded into the steel, and much more.


Everybody has his or her favorite sub-ohm tanks. Just a couple of weeks ago I was enamored with the latest tank from Freemax, the Mesh Pro (reviewed here), and a few others, including the SMOK line. Not to take away anything from all the other superior modern-day sub-ohm tanks that provide incredible flavor fidelity and thick clouds of vapor, I strongly recommend picking up at least one Horizon Falcon Resin Edition and compare it to your current favorite. I have a strong suspicion that you’ll agree with me.


Score: A+