Kanger Subtank – Subohm for the masses (Review)

The tank wars have been waging for a while now.  It seems like the emerging superpowers on that front are Kanger and Aspire.  This is a review of Kanger’s latest bit of heavy artillery, the Subtank.  The Subtank is an interesting offering that can act as a traditional tank or an RBA.  Read on for the review to find out if this is versatility or a complete come-on.
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Aerotank Review – Kanger’s Adjustable Wonder

Kanger’s Aerotank is a tank that’s likely to please a lot of people. One of the things I tend to mention in my reviews of e-cigarette tanks is the draw quality.  This is the amount of suction force it takes to allow the vapor to come out of a device.  Some people like a very light draw, while others like that double thick milkshake sensation. The Aerotank has a fully adjustable draw, so that should make everyone happy.  Read the rest of this review to find out more.
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Friday Featured Gear – Kanger Aerotank

Ikanger aerotankt’s Friday, time for another featured e-cigarette product.  Today we have the newest tank on the market from Kanger.  This one is another entry in the ProTank line, dubbed the Aerotank because the airflow can be adjusted to whatever kind of draw you like.  This also features dual coil heads that differ from the ProTank 3 versions and more closely resemble the original ProTank heads.
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Kanger Unitank Review – Upside Down Bottom Coil Tank?

The Unitank is the latest installment in Kanger’s ever-growing line of bottom coil clearomizer tanks. While the Unitank bears a resemblance to the very popular ProTank series, it couldn’t be much different. The Uni even gets filled differently than the Pros, from the top even though it’s still a bottom coil tank. Check the rest of this review to see how the Kanger Unitank stacks up against its teammates.
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Kanger’s Protank II Review – 2nd Chance!

I admit it took some time for the original Kanger ProTank to grow on me. Now Kanger has come out with the ProTank II in both large and mini sizes. I figured I’d pick each of these up and run them through the paces to see if I could warm to these new designs quicker. Herein lies the Kanger ProTank II review. Let’s find out if they did better the 2nd time around.
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Kanger T3S Review

Kangertech has been putting out new tanks and clearomizers faster than I can keep up with.  This review is going to cover the T3S which is an update to the original bottom coil Kanger clearomizer, the T3.  There are quite a few improvements in the T3S. Read the rest of the Kanger T3S review to see if they make for a good clearomizer.
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eVod by Kanger Review

Kanger has been a busy e-cigarette manufacturer as of late. In addition to their popular “T” line of e-cigarettes, they’ve also recently released the Pro Tank, and the subject of today’s Kanger review, the EVOD e-cigarette starter kit. As the name entails, this is an entire ecig instead of only a cartomizer. Let’s check the kit out and see how the EVOD measures up as a midrange electronic cigarette starter kit.
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Kanger T3 Bottom Coil eGo Clearomizer Review

Clearomizer have gotten bigger. At some point, the vaping world decided to move on from the CE2 style clearomizers to larger, eGo sized devices. Kanger is no exception to this trend. The company puts out several solid eGo clearomizers. The T3 is an interesting addition to the large clear cartomizer world. The Kanger T3 is a bottom coil clearomizer. Let’s take a look at the T3 and see how it stacks up in this review.
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