New Kanger Sub Ohm Dual Coils Now Available!

Discussion in 'Clouds of Vapor' started by JthaBigVapor, Jun 20, 2014.

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  1. JthaBigVapor

    JthaBigVapor Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Hey Everyone!

    Just wanted to let ya'll know that we received into us some of the new style Kangertech coils in sub ohm!

    This thing hits! Lots and lots of vapor production!

    I myself am please with the amount of vapor produced out of my tank!

    Try them out today!

    New Aerotank Sub Ohm Coils! 0.8!

    Vape On!
     
  2. Bigbuyer

    Bigbuyer Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    I am really enjoying mine. They are a real surprise from Kanger. Imagine, sub ohm in a regular production tank and coil! No building yourself.
     
  3. JthaBigVapor

    JthaBigVapor Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Everyone that comes in the shop and tries them out loves them!
     
  4. Bigbuyer

    Bigbuyer Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    The best part is I am using it with my Vision Spinner 2!
     
  5. oncebitten

    oncebitten Senior Member ECF Veteran

    .8 ohms on an eGo... I'm not so sure about that...
     
  6. Bigbuyer

    Bigbuyer Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Ha! You noticed, I do recommend to all my customers to get a mechanical Mod for sub ohm.
    And they work great with no rebuilding.
     
  7. dab121

    dab121 Full Member

    Just picked one up myself. I'm getting readings of .1-.3 ohms higher then market on these coils, but they work great.

    I intended only to use them for my mech in 18650 mode, but my Itaste runs them almost as well.

    I was very worried about nasty burnt flavor when I picked these up, but even at full charge (or 9 on the Itaste) it vapes perfectly. The only issue seems to be that the wick takes about an hour to start tasting properly.
     
  8. Bigbuyer

    Bigbuyer Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Glad you like them Dab!
     
  9. JthaBigVapor

    JthaBigVapor Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    We have a lot of rebuilders that are busting out their tanks again because of these! It is pretty cool, I definately like these in my tank if I have to use one in a pinch :p :D Its a great coil!
     
  10. SteveFromNY

    SteveFromNY Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Just curious... why?
     
  11. JthaBigVapor

    JthaBigVapor Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Because of the safety features and regulations in the chips of Variable voltage and other battery devices. You want a mech so you dont have the same sorts of regulations. (to keep it a short explaination) :)
     
  12. Hawkeye4077

    Hawkeye4077 Full Member Verified Member

    A lot of variable units will not fire the sub ohm coils. For example a MVP will fire my RDA's at .8 but no lower. Each VV unit is different from the next. Also when firing sub ohm they will naturally run much hotter and may cause damage, You can try, but you risk damaging your adjustable voltage units.

    Honestly, unless you are cloud chasing, there is no need to go deep sub ohm. I have several tank systems and cartomizers from Bruce that run 1.2 to 2.0 and they work just fine. Flavor is fine and the vape is fine.

    Yes I also do the deep sub ohm thing too, but it is more for the clouds and the enjoyment of building off the wall and unique coils.
     
  13. Hawkeye4077

    Hawkeye4077 Full Member Verified Member

    Awwwww shucks, Thats half the fun
     
  14. callmeroger

    callmeroger Full Member

    Yeah, I was wondering about that. lol

    Got my .8 Ohm in my Aerotank, on my Panzer. lol

    Obviously, this won't run on my Vamo (minimum resistance: 1.2 Ohms to run). It read 0.9 Ohms and won't fire.

    But hey, what's the worst that can happen? -_- Should I even try it on my 1000mAh eGo batteries? :D
     
  15. callmeroger

    callmeroger Full Member

    It works on my Smok eGo winder, 1000mAh. I just hit it once or twice, at 4.8 volts. My face is still intact. lol

    But really, I know I shouldn't. But why not on an eGo if mine is firing?
     
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