First Look: Kangertech NEBOX
Kangertech has finally released its first temperature control mod, the NEBOX. The NEBOX has a built-in 10 ml tank. It ships with a Ni 200 0.15 ohm SSOCC (stainless steel organic cotton coil) installed, a standard 0.5 ohm SSOCC and a Mini RBA Plus deck with a spare pre-wrapped coil.
Kangertech also includes a package of organic Japanese cotton, a screwdriver, micro USB charging cable and a removable drip tip. The NEBOX is powered by an 18650 battery (not included) which can be charged via the micro USB port while it’s still in the device.
The NEBOX is variable wattage with a range of 7 – 60 watts. The temperature range is 100° – 300°C and 200° – 600°F. It will fire Ni 200 or Ti coils with a resistance of 0.15 – 1.3 ohm and standard coils with a resistance of 0.3 ohm or higher, but when coils with a resistance of 1.3 ohm or higher the NEBOX will not be able to reach 60 watts.
The LCD display shows battery level, selected wattage, temperature, voltage and resistance of the installed coil. You can rotate the orientation of the display by 180°. The NEBOX also includes a lock function to keep you from inadvertently adjusting power or temperature settings.
The NEBOX also has six programmable presets, four for temperature settings and two for wattage settings. Kanger offers the NEBOX in four colors, white, black, red and blue.
There is no airflow control on the NEBOX. But on my first couple of vapes the airflow seemed fine, maybe even a little airier than I usually vape. The only other potential negative I’ve noticed during this First Look is how to clean the tank before changing ejuice flavors.
I’ll be using the NEBOX extensively for the next week or so and then posting a full, in-depth review. If you follow Seven Report on Twitter or Facebook you’ll find out that way when the review is live.
DirectVapor has the NEBOX available for pre-order for $79.95.