It seems like these days, and new sub-ohm tank is released every week. Almost none of them bring anything new to the table. Most of them look the same, and offer about the same performance. Where is the innovation? Well, Ehpro has come out with a new model that while it is isn't revolutionary, it at least has a welcome feature that I haven't seen before. The Morph tank is the first of what I'd call a "universal" sub-ohm tank. It comes with adapters to allow the use of other brands sub-ohm coils. In the box you get adapters to use Aspire Atlantis coils, Kanger Subtank coils, or Joyetech Delta II coils. This is a nice feature because what if you like the Subtank coils, but don't like the design or airflow of the Subtank? Or perhaps you don't care, and just want to buy whatever coils are on sale or perhaps your local vape shop doesn't carry coils for your tank? If you have the Morph tank, it won't matter. It will use most coils on the market, and there are plans for Ehpro to release new adapters for even more types of coils. Besides the coil compatibility, the Morph tank also comes with an RBA deck so you can use it as a rebuildable. Very flexible indeed. If you've ever used an Ehpro atomizer before, you know the build quality is top notch. All stainless steel and quartz glass construction, and with a large cyclops style airflow control. This tank is worth taking a look at!