You might be asking yourself what is a Kanger baby T3?
The baby T3 is an idea I had when I made the first wholesale purchase of the Kanger T3 back before it was popular. The first thing I noticed was the impressive flavor and efficient operation. The only thing that annoyed me was the length in my pocked when combined with a Joyetech 650 twist battery. It looked weird, it felt weird, and the ml markers on the side gave the device a syringe like feel. I contacted KangerTech and requested a shorter version of the Kanger T3 which they had no plans to make. After some long discussion and translation and a huge payment they agreed to make me a special version that would available to all merchants after mine where created.
What other perks are there with the Kanger mini T3.
It wasn’t just about the outward size of the bottom coil T3 that was a motivation in creating the smaller T3. I do lots of testing trying to understand the products on a finer level than just satisfaction. Almost scientific/technical (for lack of better terms) I concluded that vapor produced is so sensitive that even a 5mm distance change produces either a warmer, cooler or more flavorful vape. The fact that this device is approximately 15mm shorter give the vapor products a tad bit of a warmer flavorful vaper. It was a great compromise between bottom coil technology and CE4 style performance.
The vacuum in a smaller clearomizer leads to less leaks floods and gurgles. The T3 with its vast length needs equilibrium between vacuum and pressure which starts to weaken as the liquid is vaped out of the device. This also due to vacuum being released (equalizing) when the device is flipped upside down. Because the liquid in the baby T3 is kept in a smaller space it has less chance for a vacuum release or weakening making your vape work until the last drop.
Another issue I observed is that the 3ml only suits larger framed individuals, someone small may struggle to get through an entire 3ml in the same day. This means move cooked liquids, and more aged vaper. Also since there is many viscosities of e-liquid, wicks in general (this is true of all wicking) acts as a filter allowing thinner liquid to wick faster while the thicker liquid remains behind. In a 3ml tube this is very apparent as the very last .5ml looks like maple syrup.
Is everything backward compatible with the standard 80mm T3.
I ensured that everything would be compatible with other Kanger T3s. In fact it was a prerequisite to design. The Kanger eVod was supposed to be the Kanger mini T3 but I needed full backward compatibility. I continued to press for a shortened Kanger T3 and the product you have before you was the final outcome. I would suspect that that if you were looking for a shorter MT3 you may find the Kanger eVod a more suitable product.
Whats up with the K?
I am asking Kanger to start branding their product. This is what they come up with, I would expect it to change with time. I can assure you the K will grow on you when showing to your friends they think of K like “King” and Kanger may be the king of clearomizers.
Should I add or remove wick.
That is fully up to you, you can pull the long tube off any regular, baby or mini T3 atomizer head and you will see two wicks. Then use wick from another device place it in and cut the length off. If you would like a youtube video this can be done.