New Kanger T3 Bottom Coil 2.5 ml Clearomizer

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  1. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I just got my Kanger T3 bc clearomizer tank today. I am very very impressed so far. It is the bc clearomizer I've been looking for for a long time. It is a little longer than regular clearos and has a permanent tip, It has replaceable atty heads and fills from the bottom straight from the bottle. It produces a very clean tasting vapor and I can't get a dry hit no matter how many hits I take in a row. I've tried most all of the clearos and ce type tanks that have been on the market in the last year and this is the best I've tried right out of the box. It does have an ego type connection so you need an ego adapter to use with some APV's.

    The only supplier I know that has them in stock so far is LiteCigUSA.
    Kanger T3 EgO Bottom Coil Clearomizer Tank System
     
  2. Susaz

    Susaz Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    what liquid are you using? Do you think it can take 50% VG? Thanks!
     
  3. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I use 80-20 pg/vg but I think the way it is made it would have no problem with thicker juices. It is kind of like the bc ce3 only it holds twice the amount of juice and doesn't need a needle to fill it. So if a ce3 works with thick juice these should do as good or better. They are actually a unique design but a ce3 is as close a comparison as I know. They are shaped like the TC T2 but a little longer and totally different design on the inside.
     
  4. MaxUT

    MaxUT Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Ordered a couple to check them out.

    Thanks TX! (I think... :) )
     
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  6. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I am confident if you like any type of clearo you will like these.:)
     
  7. carboxle

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    have one at home waiting for me to try out:)
     
  8. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Be sure and let us know how it works for you.
     
  9. MaxUT

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    Got my T3s yesterday and filled one up after dinner. I should've used one of my regular juices to evaluate flavor but needed to set up a low-nic night time vape so I filled it with 12mg HHV Georgia Peach.

    Filling was easy: unscrew the head to remove, tilt the body, drip from the bottle until the liquid level is almost up to the end of the center post, replace head.

    Draw is a bit stiffer than I prefer, but not bad at all. Vapor production is good at the Twist's indicated 4.4 volts (head is rated at 2.4 ohms). Vapor temperature is on the cool side. I can't really comment on the flavor since both the clearo and the juice are new to me, except that it's pretty good-- the peach taste is up front and natural so it's not overtemped. Wicking is keeping up with back-to-back hits, haven't noticed a change in taste or vapor production. The non-removable plastic mouthpiece is comfortable to me.

    All told, this Kanger T3 is doing quite well. Unless something weird happens in the next week or so, I'll be buying more.

    Thanks TX!
     
  10. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I started getting some dry hits after about four refills. I rinsed the wick real good in warm water and it was immediately back wicking good again. I'm on my 5th day with these and they're still working great!:)
     
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    I hope to see an 808 version.
     
  12. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    SI is getting 808 ego type for their X2 but they won't work on an Echo 808.
     
  13. 2423kids

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    Is anybody selling the Kanger T3 in anything but clear yet? I know they are making them in colors like the T2's. Also would really like lower than 2.4 ... A 1.8 like the T2's would be SUPER, but I've only seen the 2.4 for sale so far!
     
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    2423kids Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey txtumbleweed! (We meet again! ;-) LOL!)
    Nope, Stormy's only has them in clear! Her T3 pic on her website tho has the colors! ;-)
     
  16. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Vapor Beast has the T3 now for 6.99 with free shipping.
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    I'm on my 10th day and as long as I rinse the wick every few tanks they are still working real good for me.
     
  17. godzilla93

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    I like the T3: flavor is very clean (probably in good part because of the really small wicks), and the bottom coil allow for good wicking from beginning to end of the fill, without having to turn your PV upside down every couple draws.

    A few things though:
    - I would like to see different ohms for the replacement heads. Especially, a LR option would be nice: the current 2.4 ohms heads perform very well for me around 4.2–4.4V on my ego twist, but not on a regular ego or kgo battery with lower voltage.
    - The hole on the mouthpiece is really large: if you put the T2 in your pocket, you can easily get unpleasant stuff get in the mouthpiece (happened to me a couple time already). And obviously, it would be GREAT to be able to use your own standard 510 drip tip...
    - Also, just be aware that the vape is on the cold side on the T2, especially at lower voltages. That's due to having the coil at the bottom of this relatively long device, but it's even more pronounced on the T2 than on a CE3 bottom coil, or a regular bottom coil carto, maybe because of the T2 longer length.

    That being said, it's still IMO great device, durable, very reasonably priced, and well worth trying out!
     
  18. mad maori

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    you must be lucky- i found the kanger t3 not verry good at all-- at first i thought wow-these rock!!!! but soon started getting dry hit every 4 puffs or so... tipped upside down-swirrled it round ect same problem.. using 70pg 30vg so juice is thinn enough.. changed coils and the new one just died after a few puff... the next coil worked good for a week or so but still got dry hits every 4 puffs or so.. at 2.5 om i thought you may be able to turn voltage up but anythin over 3.7 i got burnt taste. they are really easy to refill dont leak but i think the wick is probally too small.. i wanted to like em but now there in the junk draw....
     
  19. carboxle

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    Before each refill i dry burn. going well so far... 1.5 weeks
     
  20. txtumbleweed

    txtumbleweed Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I'm on my 21st day using one and all I've done is rinse it every few tanks. I've only used menthol in it so it doesn't gunk the coil like other juices do but I haven't dryburned it yet. I do have to give it a primer puff every few vapes to keep it wicking good.
     
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