The Aerotank by Kangertech
Kangertech are currently one of the biggest brands in the e cig world (in terms of clearomiser/tank production) and despite the varied reviews the Pro Tank series received I was looking forward to getting my hands on the Kanger Aerotank.
Having used it, I can say upfront it was definitely worth the wait. Read on to find out more.
The Aerotank has a 510 thread and uses a bottom dual coil system. First impressions out of the box is that the stainless steel finish is quality, the pyrex tanks smooth edges, the airflow control and drip tip all combine to make a solid clearomiser that feels like it would stand the test of time as a long term vaping partner.
Kanger have again steered away from using any glue to put this together so at first glance, especially for those new to clearomisers like this, all the different parts may seem a bit overwhelming. It’s all very easy though!
What I would suggest is to take the Aerotank apart and get used to putting it together before filling with e-liquid. I know it might sound obvious but if you’re anything like me with shiny new things then filling the tank straight up will likely be at the forefront of your mind!
If you take a bit of time to get to know the parts and where they go it should make things a little easier in the long run.
Also when screwing the atomiser head into the base be sure it’s in nice and snug.
Filling The Aerotank
The Aerotank has a decent 2.5ml capacity and is filled from the bottom, so carefully removing the base with the airflow control, turn the tank upside down and be sure not to get any liquid in the centre tube. Screw the base back on and it’s ready to go.
Kanger Aerotank Performance
It also looks great on the Cool Fire 1
Starting at the 8w mark the flavour was coming through just great, the air flow control was open most of the way at this point and that provided an airy draw. Add tons of vapour to the equation and I feel like I’m onto a winner with this.
Notching the watts up to 11 on the dial and closing up the airflow a touch gives, as you would expect, a slightly tighter draw. The flavour is still excellent with a nice warm Raspberry coming through, again there are plumes of vapour.
The Aerotank performed well throughout the settings although my personal sweet spot was between 8w-11w.
As you can probably tell I’m impressed with this clearomiser, the airflow control really helps getting the perfect vape and in turn this should help most vapers find the right vape for them.
Just be warned, with the airflow closed above 90% you will get a pretty intense nicotine rush as you take a more laboured drag! Or maybe that was just me!
The Kanger Aerotank coils are available in 1.5ohm and 2.0ohm and are compatible with the Aerotank Mega, Pro Tank 3, Mini Pro Tank 3, EVOD Glass, EVOD 2 and T3D. They cost around £9 for a pack of 5.
From the build quality to the performance the Kanger Aerotank really ticked all the boxes for me.
The airflow control also helps you tweak the vape to fit in with your personal tastes.
Very Impressed, if you are considering a new tank or delving into this area for the first time go get yourself one today.