Kangertech nano is tiny as its name suggests but this tiny thing can work brilliantly and it truly lives up to its popularity. Truly when it comes to vaping it is about aesthetics for some. One thing this nano guarantees you is a nice grip and beauty on your hands.
The vistavapors Kangertech subtank however requires a little bit more attention to detail. It does not give you very bold mists – if you are looking for a bold mist you won’t find it here but it's still a strong tank. The sub ohm tank war is something else. There was a time when this could not be thought of! Sub ohm vaping with an off-the-rack tank? That is insane talk. But that’s no more. What was before the select area of vaping pros is now accessible to all types of vapers! Kangertech took a long shot in the sub ohm market when it presented 1.0 and 0.8 ohm curls that would fit their Aerotank line. Kanger and Atlantis are now at a tug of war right now. Hence, Kanger adopted a 1.2 ohm curl which is uniquely distinguished in the subtank family.
However the accolades will certainly be won by Kangertech in this battle. They made a spectacular showdown with Kangertech nano. This new item has caught up insanely and it is the one that most vapers have already switched to. The Subtank Nano utilizes Kanger's new OCC (natural cotton curl) head and has an improved flexible wind stream framework. The OCC is made of natural Japanese cotton which permits you to taste the purest form of any ejuice you pick.
The Nano is 510 strung with a pyrex tank and stainless steel base and removable trickle tip. It has a 3.0 ml ejuice limit and with a measurement of 18.5 mm is the slimmest among all of the others in the Subtank family from Kangertech.
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