The kit comprises of a battery component and a disposable tank / pod.
What Does The Kanger Auro Starter Kit Have To Offer?
Anyone else look at Kanger lately and feel a bit sad? Their products seem to have all been done before and at least a year ago…
Firstly looking at the battery or “Mod” part of the kit which provides the power.
There is an internal 2000mAh battery and this gives a full power output. This means the power is not regulated – so will be higher when fully charged and may decrease as the battery charge level drops.
The actual power output is not stated.
To charge this use the Micro USB port and it can be charged at up to 1A rate.
An LED indicator is included which surrounds the fire button and will display the battery capacity remaining – in a fashion. It actually stays green until the battery is less than 20% charged.
Moving on to the tank now – which is a disposable pod style. This means you can refill it with your own e-liquid but when the coil has expired the tank is disposed of and replaced.
Kanger say the price of the tank is equivalent to a single coil head.
The tank has a standard 510 connection to the battery and (I think?) an adjustable airflow ring on the base.
To refill the tank there is a top fill port covered with a silicon plug. The tank is an all in one construction so no parts to remove or strip down to make life easier.
Inside the tank is the heating element (or “Coil”) which is a 0.3ohm Mesh Kanthal coil rated at 25-40W.
There are 2 colours to choose from: White and Black.
- Kanger Auro Battery
- Kanger Auro Tank
- USB cable
- User manual
Kanger Auro Starter Kit Specs
- Size: 24x74mm (battery) / 25x45mm (tank)
- Output: Full power output
- Battery: 2000mAh (internal)
- Display: LED indicator
- Micro USB charging – 1A max rate
- E-liquid capacity: 2ml
- Coil options: 0.3ohm Kanthal Mesh
- Bottom airflow
- Top fill
Anyway let me know what you think of the Kanger Auro Starter kit in the comments below!