First, I'd like to thank WoV for the fast shipping of the product! I would definitely buy again and recommend.
So far, this tank has performed beyond my expectations. Full disclaimer: I am new to vaping, and this is my first step up from an ego style tank and battery combination. I have not used any other tanks, but decided to go with the Kanger Subtank Nano to go with my eleaf istick 30w. With all this in mind, I'll run through a few pros and cons.
- Great packaging (I appreciate when companies put in a little effort to provide a nicely packaged product instead of just dropping it in a blister pack)
- Easy to use (I was initially intimidated moving up to a mini mod, but the instructions were very clear with this tank. I ended up taking apart the tank prior to use, because I'm a tinkerer and I'm interested how things work, and found it very easy to disassemble and reassemble)
- No leaks or popping! (My old ego style tanks always used to leak in to the mouthpiece and there was a popping of hot liquid that would come out of the drip tip. It was very annoying. With this tank, I have yet to have a leak or get the popping effect.
- Two coils and spare parts (I like that Kanger proved two coils so that you can choose which one you prefer and order more, or rebuild, in the future. Personally, I prefer the 1.2ohm around 15-18w as it provides a cooler vape and more flavor. The spare parts is also a nice touch in case you do have any leaking issues.
- Instructions (The instructions provided are more of a quick setup guide than anything. With a little bit of broken english composition, the user can easily setup their product. However, I would prefer to see a full disassembly guide or a link to a website/video of how to completely disassemble and reassemble the product.
- Other than the instructions and the lack of a teardown guide, I have yet to find any other cons with this product.
6/17/2015 7:46 AM
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