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    Thumbs up New Product Review Kanger T3S

    The Kanger 3TS is similar to the old T3 with a very nice advantage...... It has a separate, replaceable bottom coil like the Pro Tank & Evod. So you can just change the coil without having to replace the whole base like on the T3. This makes it much cheaper to replace coils!

    The unit looks & functions great on eGo batteries and it has a 3ml capacity. The bottom coil allows you to vape every precious drop of your favorite e-liq without a dry hit. You don't have to tilt and and turn it when your liquid is low like on top-coil models. Also...for fellow chain vapers like me......no more burnt tasting hits due to slower wicking with top coils.

    The draw is very easy and the vapor production is excellent.

    The new T3S is not on the website yet but I'm told it will be soon.

    I definitely recommend this product! Happy Vaping!

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    Yeah, I just got one and it performs flawlessly.

    Too bad the eVod and Protank heads won't work on it because it has a smaller collar/skirt, but it should be just as easy to rebuild.

    The two metal rings at the top and bottom of the tank are a nice brushed finish now, instead of the shiny chrome.

    I've always been a fan of the T3 and now I'm a fan of the T3S.
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    They are up on the site now!!! Along with several other new products that I will be announcing in this forum shortly!! Thanks for your feedback on this product, guys!!

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    SO Evode heads do not work on this? I just tried one and it didnt thread all the way in and got burnt taste. Is this confirmed?
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    I ordered 2 Kanger T3S's with 1.8 ohm heads (figuring I'd use them with my eGO-C's) and 2 Kanger T3S's with 2.5 ohm heads (figuring I'd use then with my Vision Spinner).

    Stupidly I ordered all 4 in the SAME color!!??!!

    Is there any way to tell the 1.8 heads from the 2.5 heads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaspar74 View Post
    SO Evode heads do not work on this? I just tried one and it didnt thread all the way in and got burnt taste. Is this confirmed?
    Gaspar, I spoke to Jeffrey about this and he said that it looks like it's not sealed but it is and he is using an evod head in his t3S and it has been working fine for him, no burnt taste or anything. He has had customers in store using the evod coils for the t3S also and while it APPEARS it doesn't fit properly they have been working well, the only exception he knows of is people using knockoff evod coils, he has heard complaints about burnt tastes from those.

    Quote Originally Posted by gerrymi View Post
    I ordered 2 Kanger T3S's with 1.8 ohm heads (figuring I'd use them with my eGO-C's) and 2 Kanger T3S's with 2.5 ohm heads (figuring I'd use then with my Vision Spinner).

    Stupidly I ordered all 4 in the SAME color!!??!!

    Is there any way to tell the 1.8 heads from the 2.5 heads?
    Not that I know of, lol, only thing I can think of - do you have any other devices? Like the eVic or a device that tells you resistance of heads when you connect a clearomizer to it? I'm sorry that they weren't labeled for you? Usually when I order Jeffrey will put different resistances in a bag and label the bag so I know which is which, that should have been done and I'm sorry about that! Other than that you can just play it by ear, fill one up, start with a low voltage on your spinner just in case, then raise the voltage a little at a time if needed to get max performance....if you are using a higher voltage you are probably using one of the clearos that has a higher resistance head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loveridden View Post
    fill one up, start with a low voltage on your spinner just in case, then raise the voltage a little at a time if needed to get max performance
    Loveridden: I'm VERY new at all this. How do I know when I'm at "max performance" on my Vision Spinner setting?
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    When it starts to taste burnt back off a notch or depending in juice when the taste seems off then back off some. I find that anything over 4.2-4.4 with normal 2.2-2.5 coils is max and about 4 fore is optimum. As with anything your results
    May vary.
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    Gerry what Gaspar was saying about if it starts to taste burnt or off then dial it down. Just dial it up a little at a time, and if it starts tasting burnt, immediately dial down, just take little puffs to check until you know the voltage that works for it, you don't want to take a long hard puff and then permanently burn the wick inside. That's why it's also important to just dial it up a little at a time, start low and go up, don't start high and then burn your wick so it always tastes burnt.

    Usually for me I use a 1.8 ohm head at around 3.6-3.8 volts, and 2.5 I may use 4.0 to 4.5 volts, it varies but that's around the voltage I would use.
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    how do you rebuild the coils? Info please, my first try was not that good
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