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Vape mail today from Kangertech. It’s the newest product in their AKD series (Advanced Kangertech Design), the Spider Kit. This is so new that it arrived at Seven Report a few hours before Kangertech had posted anything about it on social media. And it won’t be up on their website for several days, according to my sources at Kangertech.
The Kangertech Spider Kit comes with the Spider Mod, a Five 6 Mini Tank, two Tiger coils (3 x 0.6 ohm dual coils in parallel), an extra Pyrex tube, micro USB charging cable and a manual. The Spider Mod is powered by an internal 4200 mAh battery (2 x 2100 mAh batteries in series) rechargeable via the USB port near the top of the mod with the included cable.
The Spider Mod will operate in Variable Wattage (VW) mode, Temperature Control (TC) mode with Ni, Ti, or SS coils and TCR mode with two memory slots (DIY1 and DIY2). It will fire coils with a resistance range of 0.05 – 2.5 ohm. The mod has a wattage range of 10 – 200 watts and temperature range of 200 – 600 F or 100 – 315 C.
The Five 6 Mini Tank is a top-filler with a capacity of 2ml/4ml. It uses the Kangertech Tiger coils. Like those used in the original Five 6 tank (which comes with the Five 6 Kit) those coils have 3 x 0.6 ohm dual coils in parallel. They are selectable, meaning you can choose have one, two or all three of those dual coils firing at any time. With one coil active the maximum suggested wattage is 60 watts. With two of the coils selected the max suggested wattage is 120 watts and with all three it’s 180 watts. These coils appear to much larger than the original Tiger coils packaged with the Five 6 kit.
According to my contact at Kangertech, the Spider Kit should be available within the next week. I’m not sure about the list price yet. You can check the Kangertech website here for updates.
In the next few days or so I’ll post a First Look piece on the Kangertech Spider Kit. In that post I’ll go over the operation and specs of the Spider Mod and Five 6 Mini Tank. Then I’ll fill the tank with ejuice and give a first vape. After using the Spider Kit pretty extensively I’ll post a full, in-depth review. To make sure you don’t miss those posts follow Seven Report on Twitter and Facebook.
Thanks again to Kangertech for providing the Spider Kit for review.