Kanger CLTANK 2.0 OverviewKanger saw the success of the cupped tank design that’s currently rising in popularity and put their own unique twist on what is becoming the future of vaping. Introducing the Kanger CL TANK: The first tank released by Kangertech to utilize an inverted internal design. The CL TANK is constructed with Stainless Steel/Pyrex Glass and is fitted with a Brass contact pin. This 2.0mL tank has a locking child-proof top cap to prevent any unnecessary spillage and supports a single adjustable airflow. The chimney is built directly into the top cap and can be removed easily with a simple twist of the top cap. The inverted internal chimney construction allows the tank to hold the e-juice similar to the way a cup holds water; simply remove the top cap and fill the cup to the max fill line. Once the tank is filled to the max fill line, replace the top cap and vape away! The CL Tank uses CLOCC coils and comes with a 0.15 ohm Nickel Coil (Temperature Control) as well as a 0.5 ohm SUS316L that can be used in wattage mode or temp control. Overall, Kanger continues to innovate and is constantly releasing new products to stay on top of the marketplace. If you are looking for a new top fill sub-ohm tank that makes the most of the vaping experience, pick up the Kanger CL tank today!
Kanger CLTANK 2.0 Features
- Dimensions: 22 x 37mm(Excluding Drip Tip)
- Construction: Stainless Steel
- Child Lock Mechanism
- Tank Capacity: 2ml
- Top Fill System
- Leak Resistant Design
- Single air flow hole
- Japanese Organic Cotton
- Pyrex Glass
Kanger CLTANK 2.0 Content
- 1 x Kanger CLTANK 2.0
- 1 x CLOCC SS316L 0.5ohm Vape Coil (Pre-installed)
- 1 x CLOCC Ni200 0.15ohm Vape Coil
- 1 x User Manual
Kanger E-Juice Story:
Kangertech is all about giving its customers the best possible products and services as they continue to develop innovative technology people yearn to have. It was one of the first vape manufacturers to be established in mainland China in 2007. The vape market has been enjoyed by many in the European Nations and United States. This is why Kangertech is keeping an eye on innovating so that their constant success can be shared in the world. Kangertech's products pass the International Environmental Management System ISO 14000 and have earned the CD RoHS and SGS certification.
Vape Tanks Disclaimer
SUB-OHM: Some devices might come with sub-ohm resistance coils. Extra safety precautions should be practiced when using a sub ohm device. Sub-ohm coils will only work on a device capable of firing sub ohm atomizers and coils. You must also ensure that your batteries can handle sub ohm atomizers and coils. Improper use can lead to damage or injury. MistHub is not responsible for any damage caused by the misuse and/or mishandling of sub-ohm devices. Check out our Tutorial Section where you can learn more about the different kinds of devices and tips on how to use them safely.
WARRANTY: This device is NOT covered by our Warranty. Please examine the devices upon delivery for any manufacturer defects.
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