First Look: Kangertech TOGO Mini


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The latest product from Kangertech is an all-in-one device designed for simplicity and ease of use. It’s the TOGO Mini Starter Kit. They got the name right, at least the mini part. The TOGO Mini is a tiny 76.5 mm high, 44 mm long and 22.5 mm wide.

Even with its small size the TOGO Mini has a decent 3.8 ml capacity. Kangertech ships it with two CLOCC (for child lock organic cotton coil), a 0.5 ohm Stainless Steel coil and a 1.0 ohm Nichrome coil. Also included is a spare Pyrex tube, micro USB cable, extra O-rings and screws and a manual.

The Kangertech TOGO Mini is powered by an internal 1600 mAh battery. The charging port is located on the side of the device near the top. To turn the TOGO Mini on or off click the fire button five times.

To install or change the coil unscrew the tip and coil assembly unit and remove it from the tank. Then unscrew the old coil and screw on a new one. If you’re using a coil for the first time be sure to prime it by dripping a drop or two of ejuice directly onto the ejuice ports on the side of the coil. Fill the tank, being sure not go above the “Max” line. Screw the coil and tip and coil assembly back into the tank. If you’re using a new coil allow it to soak in the tank for several minutes to be sure the cotton is fully saturated.

That’s pretty much all there is to preparing the TOGO Mini to vape. The only adjustment is the airflow adjustment at the top of the coil connector. There’s no display to speak of, just five LED lights on top of the mod. These will light when you fire and will flash for various warnings, such as low battery and low resistance or short circuit. When charging the LED will illuminate and all five will be lit when the TOGO Mini is fully charged.

I installed the 0.5 ohm Stainless Steel CLOCC, primed the coil, filled the tank with Cinnanutz ejuice from Vapes Gone Wild and let the coil soak for about 10 minutes. Then I was ready for a first vape on the Kangertech TOGO Mini Starter Kit. I tried it with the airflow control wide open, about half open and nearly closed. The draw was nice and easy, if just a little tight on that nearly closed setting.

Vapor and flavor production were very good, regardless of where I had the airflow control set. Those organic cotton coils put out very pure flavor. The device itself is very comfortable to hold and the placement of the fire button makes it very easy to operate.

I’ll be using the Kangertech TOGO Mini Starter Kit extensively over the next few weeks and will publish a full in-depth review. If you follow Seven Report on Twitter or Facebook you’ll find out that when the review is live.

Thanks to our friends at Kangertech for providing the TOGO Mini for review. They have it listed as a pre-order item for $40.70.

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