We try not to make childish jokes too often around here, but if you came up to me in the office and asked, “Hey, have you tried the new Anulax?” I’d probably question your fiber intake and then call human resources. But it’s not a suppository, kids – the AAAvape Anulax is a solid sub-ohm tank. Any gastric effects that occur from using the Anulax are purely coincidental.

Still, that company name, AAAvape…. it just reminded me constantly during the review period, that this “AAA” stuff is what a lot of plumbers and electricians use in order for their name to come up in the “Yellow Pages” first. You do remember phone books and yellow pages, right? (if you don’t, maybe you’re too young to vape)

Yeah, it’s got a weird name, but the AAAvape Anulax is a pretty damn good sub-ohm tank. The only questions lie in whether or not the Anulax does enough to differentiate itself in a VERY crowded, and increasingly similar, sub-ohm tank market. Let’s see what the company has to share…

Opened by the press of a button, the Anulax Sub-Ohm Tank possesses a hinged top fill system that reveals two fill ports on either side to reduce the positive pressure within while refilling today’s top fruit eLiquid. In addition, the lightly knurled airflow control ring, found at the base, is dual slotted and can be easily manipulated to adjust the proper amount of airflow reaching the coil. From gusty draws to a more restricted airflow pull, the Anulax can use proprietary coils from AAA Vapor to further tailor the vaping experience to user preference. Featuring a 0.15ohm Mesh Coil, 0.2ohm Triple Coil, and a 0.2ohm Flat coil, the Anulax has plenty of coil options to choose from to create that ideal vape that will suit any preference.

AAAvape Anulax Tank Review Spinfuel VAPE

AAAvape Anulax Sub-Ohm Tank Specs:

  • 24mm Diameter
  • 28mm Diameter at Widest Point
  • 3mL Standard Glass Capacity
  • 5mL Bubble Glass Capacity
  • Superior 304 Stainless Steel Construction
  • Quartz Glass Reinforcement
  • Hinged Spring-Loaded Top Fill System – Push To Open
  • AAACigs Anulax Coil Family
  • 15ohm AMC Mesh Coil – rated for 50-60W
  • 4ohm ATC Triple Coil – rated for 60-70W
  • 2ohm AFC Flat Coil – rated for 65-75W
  • Plug n Play Coil Installation
  • Knurled Dual Slotted Bottom Airflow Control Ring
  • 810 Delrin Drip Tip
  • Gold-Plated 510 Connection
  • Available in Electric Blue, Gunmetal, Stainless Steel, Rainbow, and Black

AAAvape Anulax Sub-Ohm Tank Contents:

  • 1 AAACigs Anulax Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 1 Replacement 3mL Glass
  • 1 0.15ohm AMC Mesh Coil – rated for 50-60W
  • 1 0.4ohm ATC Triple Coil – rated for 60-70W
  • 1 0.2ohm AFC Flat Coil – rated for 65-75W
  • 1 Spare Parts Pack
  • 1 User Manual

Like we may have mentioned in a different post, while the Anulax isn’t particularly “innovative” it DOES make an impression by taking some established design choices and making them better… and we’ll usually take that over some oddball functionality that adds nothing to the experience. Closely resembling a smaller, stouter Skynet PRO tank, the Anulax takes the usual sub-ohm format and makes it a little more compact.

Black AAAvape Anulax TankOne thing I loved about the Anulax was the return to the hinged, flip-top cap, which has become a little rare these days. Not only was the tank easier to fill than most slider caps, but it was also locked down more securely, thanks to the push-button release that keeps things together.


Overall, the build quality and machining on the Anulax is stellar, but there is one item that looms in my craw, even weeks later – the plastic-like mouthpiece, which feels downright cheap and flimsy when compared to the rest of the tank’s makeup.


Also, we should mention that the 5mL capacity is pretty average by modern standards, but thankfully the tank doesn’t struggle too badly in the consumption department, thanks to the three (!) really good coils included in the box.

Standout FeaturesAAAvape Anulax Tank

Score one for VERSATILITY! Because while the Anulax is being pushed as a sub-ohm cloud producer, in reality it’s just as good as offering a more subtle, reserved, mouth-to-lung style. It’s not because it’s strictly designed this way, but the narrow-ish chimney and mouthpiece opening, along with a nice restricted airflow when the ring is closed off, leads to a comfortable, satisfying MTL experience.


Mind you, don’t go filling the Anulax with nic salts, since you might suffer more than gastric distress. But if you want more concentrated flavor, feel free to shut down that airflow ring without worry. It will be interesting to see if AAAvape considers this and develops some higher-resistance coils to work at lower wattages.


All the same, the Anulax can also chuck some righteous, flavorful clouds, so don’t be afraid to open the ring and hit it a little harder. Speaking of which…

Vaping the AAAvape Anulax

Top Fill AAAvape Anulax TankAs a cloudy room-filler, the Anulax is highly adept, with the mesh and standard coils offering similar levels of flavor and fog production, but in a range of resistances that can appeal to most any vaper. Especially those looking to get top-tier flavor without blowing through e-liquid at a record pace.


There are three included proprietary coil heads in the box – a generous offering, to say the least. They are:

    • 15ohm AMC Mesh Coil – rated for 50-60W
    • 4ohm ATC Triple Coil – rated for 60-70W
    • 2ohm AFC Flat Coil – rated for 65-75W

Coil Replacements can be purchased here…

Of the three, the 0.2-ohm flat coil was far and away the best in the box. The other heads were more than adequate, with many of the same properties, but this one outlasted, outflavored and outfogged the others by country mile. Of course, this also means the AFC flat coil is the least frugal on juice consumption of the three. But this still puts it leagues ahead of most modern coil heads, which can now burn through 30mL of juice in record time.


Flavor clarity was pretty damn good on all three, with complex, layered juices standing out during my testing. But beyond that, the Anulax coils also vaped CLEANLY, with brighter, more vibrant flavor than most cotton/kanthal heads usually provide. Maybe it’s not quite up there with leading rebuildable tanks, but there’s no arguing that modern prebuilt coils have come a long way, and the Anulax is another shining example.


I should also mention coil longevity, which is stellar on all three included heads. I’ve rotated all three for the last few weeks, and none has even come close to a dry hit or foul flavor.


– Amazing flavor

– Versatile design makes MTL a legitimate option

– Awesome hinged top-cap


– 5mL max capacity is weak for a bubble glass section

– Cheap mouthpiece

– God, that name…

Spinfuel VAPE Verdict and Score

To answer the question posed in this review’s headline, yes, the AAAvape Anulax definitely rises above its name to provide a flavorful, long-lasting experience. And it should be a consideration when shopping for your next tank. Because, while the Anulax won’t win any awards for naming, but there’s no doubting its versatile, satisfying performance, no matter how you choose to vape.