The Kanger Protank Mini II. V1 (static mouthpiece)
USE COMMON SENSE!
This is glass, no need to over tighten and break it. Snug is just fine, we will not replace broken glass that is user error. Do not over tighten the unit.
For the mini Protank II there will be two versions.
The idea behind the mini’s is that they are for the more conventional eGo/eVod vaper who needs to pack a big punch in a small portable package. These will be available in a static tip for those who want a no mess device, and a tip replaceable version for those who want to customize the mouthpiece.
Since the release of the Protank II many vapers made note that they liked the static tips of the Kanger products and for them it was a key selling point. (Change something to please guy A and you will almost always upset guy B) It would appear in the future we will see more static tip and replaceable tip options from KangerTech to appease both parties. The item in this picture is for the Kanger Protank Mini II with a static tip. (labeled V1 by Kanger themselves)
Sun-Vapers thoughts on the drip tip.
If you ever heard me talk on the topic. I am very conventional with devices, I like black, white, silver. I like to keep things very simple yet effective. I like clean lines, basic color schemes and I beleive less is more when it comes to vape hardware.
With this philosophy I always felt that drip tips were something I can live with or without. They add more things to complain about and even hold against a product when its not the products fault, and I think its another surface area that can pool up with condensation and create wet spot in a shirt pocket or purse for someone who is on the go. With these products becoming smaller and more effective, I believe maintaining a solid non drip tip version of each product line is even MORE necessary. I also find that the people who scream the loudest often don’t represent the majority of users. My observations, have been that if a drip tip was the key focus for a product, it still did not stand up to the Protank I which has dethroned most of its modular tip available rivals. The products we are seeing out of China are now featuring static tips (Protank clones, etc) while Kanger is now producing both items, proving that the tip itself is not a barrier to wide spread acceptance.
The metal tips, flavor and sensitivity.
While the Kanger eVod, and T3S have plastic tips. Protanks I, II, and mini’s all feature metal tips. For this reason I would like to see and will encourage more removable tip version of future products metal products as those who are sensitive to metals will enjoy this, so they can have the benefits of Pyrex and metal bodies with the plastic tip they have been wanting. As far as this product goes it will be available in dual versions.
Tank size matters.
Many users of bottom coils are unaware that the size of the tank will contribute to the flavor and vapor output of a device. It will also contribute to how soon the gurgling takes place or if it takes place. With about 1.5. to 1.7ml of space being ideal for a bottom coil. Once a pocket of air space that measures 1.5ml and above is formed the likelihood of a gurgling devices increases as the atmosphere in the tank will push down liquid with each draw. This is why the larger tanks seem to have more issues, the best way to combat this is either top of the tank, or buy a mini!!! There are other technological advances on the way.