Kangertech recently introduced two new tanks to their Subtank line, the Nano and the Mini, and sent them to Seven Report for review before they were available in retail. The review of the Subtank Nano is here. This is my first look and unboxing of the Subtank Mini.
Like the Nano, the Mini comes with two of Kanger’s new OCC (organic cotton coil) heads, one 1.2 ohm and the other 0.5 ohm. The Mini is also packaged with an extra Pyrex tank and user manual. What the Mini has that the Nano doesn’t is a mini RBA base, two RBA 0.5 ohm coils, two extra screws, three extra O-rings and a pack of Japanese organic cotton. The Mini has an ejuice capacity of 4.5 ml, even when using the RBA coil.
Kanger also provides a recommended wattage range for each coil, the 1.2 ohm should be vaped between 12 – 25 watts, the 0.5 ohm OCC has a range of 15-30 watts, and the RBA 0.5 ohm coils are rated for 30 watts. That organic cotton provides pure flavor, but be sure to saturate before vaping, even going so far as to place a few drops of ejuice directly into the coil before firing it up for the first time.
Kanger refers to the Subtank Mini as a hybrid with the inclusion of the mini RBA base, extra RBA coils and package of Japanese organic cotton, and it’s a great way to get a taste at rebuilding your own coils. I’ll be using the Mini over the course of the next couple of days, and will give that RBA coil a vape as well, and then post an in-depth review. At some future date do another report focused on rebuilding using the Mini RBA base, coil and cotton.