Kanger SUBTANK Clearomizer
Who’s ready to spend some money! Get ready because Kanger and Aspire both want you to buy their new tanks. Kangertech just announced their new Subtank and not too long ago Aspire announced there new Atlantis tank. Both have sub-ohm coils but which tank will be more popular?
I honestly haven’t been a big fan of Kangertech tanks since the Protank 2, which was a great tank, but when the Aspire Nautilus hit the market it was way better than anything Kanger had. The new Kanger Subtank looks like it could be a winner though.
The new Kanger Subtank which is a clearomizer that support’s pre-build sub-ohm coil heads as well as a new rebuildable or RDA coil head. People have been rebuilding replaceable coil heads for a long time now, I actually started rebuilding on Protank coils-heads, but these are the first clearomizer coil heads designed to be rebuilt like an RDA.
It also comes with new pre-built Bottom Plane Dual-Coil (BPDC) head’s which look really interesting. They have a square outer casing and are said to last longer, provide purer taste, have a larger heating section, and come built as low as 0.5ohms with organic cotton wicking.
The Kanger Subtank itself will have a new adjustable airflow control for superior airflow, a spring loaded 510 connection, and a new stronger Pyrex glass tank. In it you can use either the pre-built kanger BPDC coils or the brand new Kanger RBA coil head for building your own coils. This clearomizer combined the ease of replaceable coils with the performance of rebuildiable atomizers and sub-ohm coils. If they did it right this could become the new “go to” clearomizer.