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Replacement Coil to suit the Kanger Protank 3 and Kanger Aerotank. New UPDATED Version.
Also compatible with the Mini Protank 3,Kanger T3D Clearomizers and Evod 2 Clearomizers.
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Posted by Jen Hindley on 15th Dec 2016
I got an EMOW tank off a mate and needed coils. 1 coil has lasted around 3 weeks so far, I'm still using it. Very good quality and price. Much prefer this updated version.
Posted by Raffaele on 24th Oct 2015
In the last year I've always used it with the mini pro tank 3, just perfect match.
I use the 1.8, good balance and warm vape.
Posted by jak on 4th Aug 2015
great product ive always been using the 1.8 since late 2014 never had any problems they last very long
Posted by Teddy on 8th Jul 2015
...can get some duds, like 1 in 5, which is a bit too much IMO. Kanger QC needs to tighten up a bit. I find they last well though, and give a nice vape. My favourite is the 1.8 and believe it or not the 1.2.. Other sites sell the 1.0 and 0.8 but stick with vapeking as they made the right choice not selling those anymore as they were very problematic. The 1.2 is a little ripper for tobacco vapes and they even fire perfectly on a vision spinner 2 (note, do NOT go lower than that on one of those batteries, and 1.5+ is preferable). I love the 1.2 though, at around 3.6 volts, 10 or 11 watts, and the 1.8 at around 14 watts. These usually also come in spot on resistances to their claim too, which is another good point. Good, easy to change coil that works in all of kanger's newer plus ohm tanks, so therefore, great compatibility. These are wonderful in an aerotank mow which is my favourite ego tank of all time :)
Posted by colin snell on 9th Jan 2015
Great coil, no more leaks on protank :-)
Posted by Damo on 4th Dec 2014
I was pissed when kanga couldn't keep up the demand for dual coils and put a stop to high resistance coils. having plenty of time I tried the fit of a t3s coil to the dual coil kanga t3d...amazing enough its a perfect fit but one problem dual coils have a longer stem and for the rubber seal to connect to the air piece the t3s coils were a bit short. I grabbed another rubber seal and pushed it to the top of the bottom seal screwed the base back on and works like a charm. haven't tried with the aero yet but hey there is a good chance it will work and bravo rebuildable coils for kanga duals.
Posted by Steve on 19th Nov 2014
Well this is my first time doing a review .
I own nothing but peakomizers , and I was using the aspire bdc 1.8 ohm coils and hated them with a passion lol
And because the peakomizer is compatible with many brands and types of coils on the market I decided to take the plunge and try a kanger protank 3 coil .
wow What a major difference both in flavor and cloud .
I found that with the aspire bdcs I was constantly getting dry hits , but with the kanger protank 3 coils never had a dry hit again .
Flavor is always there , I lung hit all day long with my peakomizer holes open to full .
I highly recommend this product for anyone who is sick of getting dry tasteless hits .
You won't be disappointed , and if your a peakomizer user like me then the 2 just marry up so well together :)
Posted by Unknown on 14th Oct 2014
Given that I love the Kanger Protank 3 Mini I bought dozens of these thinking I'll be set for months.
Initially I was very pleased with them as the vapour quality and amount is great. However, while I would need to replace the Protank 2 coils once a week, and the Aspire ET-S BDC coils every 10 days (I vape constantly), these burn out in 3-4 days tops and need to be replaced. At 2.2$ a piece it defeats the purpose of buying a 9$ Protank 3 Mini and spending 20$ in a month for coils. I'll stick with them for now cause I really like the Kanger tanks and I hope that Kanger will figure out what they're doing wrong with their coils
Posted by Bobby Ly on 2nd Oct 2014
I've used these coils since May 2014 and have gone through two redesigns. The first ones with exposed silica were leaky but were all I knew. The second design had two exposed side oval and these were great, really good. These third ones are the smoothest but they burn out so fast. I've had to replace the coil twice a week, whereas before it was only once a week/10 days.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2014
Gotta say that I was pretty sceptical about 'upgrade coils', however this is a serious and cheapest upgrade you can make to your aerotank.
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