We just got vape mail from Kangertech earlier this week, containing the newest additions to their Subtank line, the Mini and the Nano. We opened up the Nano first, and here are our initial thoughts. The Nano comes with two coils, a 1.2 ohm and a 0.5 ohm OCC (Organic Cotton Coil) which use organic Japanese cotton as wicking material. As with other Kanger tank lines, the coils for the Subtank can be used across the line.
The Nano comes packaged with the Subtank and the 0.5 ohm OCC installed, the 1.2 ohm OCC, a spare Pyrex tube and user manual. The 0.5 ohm coil is recommended to be vaped at between 15 – 30watts. The range on the 1.2 ohm coil is 12 – 25 watts. The cotton in the Subtank coils must be fully saturated with ejuice before vaping. Kanger recommends placing a few drops of ejuice directly into the coil prior to using it the first time.
One of the benefits of the cotton is its lack of interference with the flavor of your favorite ejuice, at least that’s been our experience in the short time we’ve vaped with the Subtank Nano. All of Kanger’s Subtank line use an enhanced airflow system so you can really customize your vape. The Nano has an ejuice capacity of 3.0 ml. And it produces loads of vapor.
We’ll be using the Nano exclusively over the next few days and then doing an in-depth review. Keep checking back for that. Of course, if you like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter you’ll be among the first to know when the review is online. For a more detailed first look at the Subtank Nano, watch the video below.