I was one of the lucky winner from HeavenGifts recent competition. I’ve never tried ceramic coils before so I thought it’ll be interesting to see my point of view on this tank and its ceramic cover coil. So thank you @heaven gifts Box and Content Inside the box you get the Freemax Starre Pure tank along with 2 Ceramic Cover coils (0.25ohm & 0.50 ohm), a spare replacement glass, some spare O-rings and the instruction manual. The Atomizer Taking a closer look at the Freemax Starre Pure tank. It’s a pretty fat tank at 25mm diameter, 64mm tall, can hold 4ml of juice and easily dissemble for cleaning or to replace O-rings or the replacement glass without any hassle. There’s 2 nice and big juice holes on either sides so there’s no issue with dry hits even when using high VG juice. It has a top AFC with a stopper so you know when you’ve fully opened the airflow to max. Freemax claim this to be a leak-proof design with an easy access top filling, so we shall find out if that’s true. Ceramic Cover Coil (CCC) Included in the box were 2 Ceramic Cover Coils. Pre-installed was the 0.25 ohm coil rated up to 70W and the 0.50 ohm coil rated at 20-50W. Inside these coils are dual kanthal vertical coil setup with Japanese organic cotton and the outside is a ceramic cover housing that helps reduce heat. These supposedly have a long lifespan with about 60,000 puffs and can be filled 80-100 times. The Test I’ve been testing this tank for over a week using the pre-installed 0.25 ohm coil at a much higher wattage (50w+) than my usual settings which would be around 35W. I have to say that this tank produces amazing flavours. One of the best flavour tank I’ve tried. There’s just so much flavour on the inhale and exhale. It’s just like you’ve stuffed a whole slice of cake into your mouth and just can’t stop going back for more. This tank is only suited for Direct lung users. With the AFC at minimal you still get a lot of air but due to the airflow design, even at higher wattage the tank doesn’t heat up like many other tanks I’ve tried. The tank does get warm but never hot. There’s a short ramp time which is great as you get the full vape experience in a short amount of time so there’s no need to wait for the coil to slowly heat up like other tanks. The sweet spot for a nice cool vape for me was about 50W, warmer vape at 55-60W and I even tried at 70W but it was too warm for my liking. The tank creates a decent amount of clouds as well if you’re someone who are chasing after a flavour and cloud tank. There has been no sign of any leakage after a week usage. I’ve had this tank in my bag lying flat, upside down, tumbled around and yet there’s no sign of any leakage at all. I even left it sit on the side for a couple days with the tank filled all the way to the top and no sign of any leakage. So far so good. The coil still has plenty of life left and I could see myself continue using the same coil for a couple more weeks. I do find that the drip tip on this tank a bit short for my liking and I had to replace the O-ring on the drip tip after 5 days as it no longer grip onto the drip tip base. Juice consumption on this tank was high, very high. I was going through 15-20ml a day on this tank. At high wattage I was expecting this but to use that much it’s not economical for many. There’s also no RBA deck for this tank. It would be nice to see one with a Ceramic Cover design. My Thoughts Overall, I really do enjoy this tank and it has been a great experience for a first timer using the Freemax Ceramic Cover Coils. Would I recommend this? Personally I wouldn’t recommend this for those who buy ready to vape juice as juice consumption is high and can be costly. But for those who does DIY Juice and enjoy a flavoursome vape then it’s worth giving it a try. It does produce great flavour there's no doubt about it.