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Kangertech media release

  • kanger unitank released
  • Frank Gu

kanger unitank released

 Kanger Unitank Clearomizer

Kanger Unitank Clearomizer is the newest product from Kanger. It's the most innovated ego series version. It has all the great feature as Kanger protank series, removable drip tip for convenience, brass metal part for the great feeling and highest quality. Furthermore, the most important improvement is that you have a bottom coil but can fill liquid at top.

  • Frank Gu

Comments on this post ( 6 )

  • Aug 16, 2014

    This is a big step backwards. The coil can’t be changed or checked with fluid in it. The spring and moving Center tube are unnecessary xtra moving parts that serve no usefull purpose. The wicking system is the same as the other pro tanks, so no new design advancements where it’s actually needed. If you were looking for a less reliable tank that’s boobytrapped to dump it’s oil on you, this is it:)

    — Blair

  • Aug 14, 2014

    I am now stuck with this useless tank which broke where it threads into the glass/pyrex tube. It is impossible to find replacement parts!

    — ryan gubanyar

  • Jul 29, 2014

    I bought 2 of these and it is very easy to break the plastic tube and impossible to find replacement parts. So I’m stuck with these till something decides to make parts!!

    — Jennifer scheldt

  • Mar 25, 2014

    This unit does not work on the provari. It will not allow air to draw through the unit. Even unattached the draw appears to rough.

    — apocalypse

  • Nov 13, 2013

    Tank is great because you can smoke it dry with no pressure issues. Top filling which is nice becasue you dont need to remove it from the battery to fill but it does need to be empty before filling. Only new issue with this tank is if you have any issues with the coil and the tank is full you need to empty the tank first before fixing. So tank has fixed one problem but created a new one. Overall tho i do prefer this tank to protank 2 as no gargling or fluding if used properly and uses same coils as protank :)

    — James Caswell

  • Oct 26, 2013

    Great flowing tank, but I keep getting oil in my battery cavity..How tight do u tighten the coil? could I be overtighting it causing the o-ring to flatten out too much?

    — Robert

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