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#1 (permalink)      5/19/2016 7:13:34 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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What version is this? I want to buy the version which is bestt suited for Mouth To Lung (tighter, smaller holes)
I want to buy the version which is bestt suited for Mouth To Lung (tighter, smaller holes) and i'm a noob on this... Thank you
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All Kanger Subtanks are the same: when you use the 1.5 ohm coil head and set the airflow to the smallest hole, you can get a fairly decent mouth to lung vape. The tank is just more suited for direct lung inhales, for which it is a great tank. For mouth to lung vaping it doesn't impress me much. If you're really after a Kanger Subtank, there's nothing wrong with this one you chose.

If you want a mouth to lung vape that has the same tight draw as a cigarette, you may wanna look into the Innokin Endura. It's cheap and provides a very flavorful mouth to lung vape. SKU 3932401

If you would be interested in a tank that has more airflow options, but still works perfectly for mouth to lung vaping, the Aspire Nautilus Mini is still a great option. SKU 1861800

A tank that provides, in my opinion, the best mouth to lung vape, is the Aspire Triton with the 1.8 ohm coils. This tank SKU 3799400, with these coil heads SKU 2996000 provided me with the best mouth-to-lung vape I've found in a clearomizer.

But all is personal. If you've tried a Kanger Subtank and liked it, I'd stick with the one you chose.
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+1 for the triton mini. Not my bag but it is the best MTL clearo I've tried. Also consider the Kabuki which takes Triton mini/Nautilus coils.
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#4 (permalink)      5/19/2016 11:39:59 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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M2L uses less juice, best subtank mini would have small juice channels SKU 2804100.
$10.50
It's a bear to set for tight draw but stays there once adjusted.
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This list will keep you happy. They are cheap and perfect for mouth to lung hits..
Get the needle tip bottles to make refilling quick, clean and easy.

Authentic Aspire ET-S clearomiser 3ml SKU 1871605 - There are many colours to choose from.
Authentic replacement coils SKU 1859406 - Must get the Authentic ones. Others are crap.
Needle tip bottles SKU 1485903
eGo adapter SKU 2044706 - ETS will not fit some other adapters.

EDIT: Kanger SubTanks are best used for direct lung hits. Not the best for MTL.

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Wow...you guys are so active ! Thank you all!! . I never used an RBA nor do i know how a subtank is at vaping But...i've allready made my purchase and gone with the Subtank Mini. it's my first RBA and also bought several drip tips to tighten the air flow even more.

If i won't like it...i will go for the Aspire Triton next, which WAS on my list BUT i hated the fact that i needed to buy the RBA kit separatley.

PS: Can the Aspire coils be used in the Subtank Mini?
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airwinny wrote:

All Kanger Subtanks are the same: when you use the 1.5 ohm coil head and set the airflow to the smallest hole, you can get a fairly decent mouth to lung vape. The tank is just more suited for direct lung inhales, for which it is a great tank. For mouth to lung vaping it doesn't impress me much. If you're really after a Kanger Subtank, there's nothing wrong with this one you chose.

If you want a mouth to lung vape that has the same tight draw as a cigarette, you may wanna look into the Innokin Endura. It's cheap and provides a very flavorful mouth to lung vape. SKU 3932401

If you would be interested in a tank that has more airflow options, but still works perfectly for mouth to lung vaping, the Aspire Nautilus Mini is still a great option. SKU 1861800

A tank that provides, in my opinion, the best mouth to lung vape, is the Aspire Triton with the 1.8 ohm coils. This tank SKU 3799400, with these coil heads SKU 2996000 provided me with the best mouth-to-lung vape I've found in a clearomizer.

But all is personal. If you've tried a Kanger Subtank and liked it, I'd stick with the one you chose.




As you say it is personal. For me I absolutely love the Kanger Subtank and go back to it every time. I MTL with it perfectly fine, even with the Airflow wide open. Now when I tried 6mg and below in it I was coughing like shit, but 9mg and higher, which is what I like and I am fine. Sometimes I even lung hit it with the 12mg, ooooooooo what a rush! :P

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#8 (permalink)      5/23/2016 5:39:10 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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What do you mean by this?

"Now when I tried 6mg and below in it I was coughing like shit, but 9mg and higher, which is what I like and I am fine. "

I experienced this and tought it was my atty to blame. Even now...i use a not sogood juice with 12mg nic mixed with Menthol 0 Nic but waping at 6.5 Watts for a 1.8 ohm coil and...it is like...shallow...and scratches my throat. And when this happens...i ussualy turn the wattage down. Should i use more Watts or Higher Nicotine???

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Subtank is a fine LH sub-ohm glass tank.

Airflow is controlled by twisting bottom ring.
Deck is quality enough for sub ohming but not a requirement.
My "tank cracking" Wintergreen does no damage to the tank or seals.

I use mine as a "tight as a bull's ..." M2L with a 2.3 ohm home made coil.
Not what it was designed for, but well within it's capabilities.
#10 (permalink)      5/23/2016 6:22:38 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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vapinghexe wrote:

airwinny wrote:
All Kanger Subtanks are the same: when you use the 1.5 ohm coil head and set the airflow to the smallest hole, you can get a fairly decent mouth to lung vape. The tank is just more suited for direct lung inhales, for which it is a great tank. For mouth to lung vaping it doesn't impress me much. If you're really after a Kanger Subtank, there's nothing wrong with this one you chose.

If you want a mouth to lung vape that has the same tight draw as a cigarette, you may wanna look into the Innokin Endura. It's cheap and provides a very flavorful mouth to lung vape. SKU 3932401

If you would be interested in a tank that has more airflow options, but still works perfectly for mouth to lung vaping, the Aspire Nautilus Mini is still a great option. SKU 1861800

A tank that provides, in my opinion, the best mouth to lung vape, is the Aspire Triton with the 1.8 ohm coils. This tank SKU 3799400, with these coil heads SKU 2996000 provided me with the best mouth-to-lung vape I've found in a clearomizer.

But all is personal. If you've tried a Kanger Subtank and liked it, I'd stick with the one you chose.


As you say it is personal. For me I absolutely love the Kanger Subtank and go back to it every time. I MTL with it perfectly fine, even with the Airflow wide open. Now when I tried 6mg and below in it I was coughing like shit, but 9mg and higher, which is what I like and I am fine. Sometimes I even lung hit it with the 12mg, ooooooooo what a rush! :P




I mtl subtank/toptank at 40w full afc 200*C as well, 3mg nic for me thoug, nothing wrong with that. However if i should buy a kangertank today i would probably buy either original protank4 or the original toptank SKU 4784900 SKU 4086101


Edited on 5/23/2016 at 6:39 PM. Reason: added sku
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hmimilenium wrote:

I want to buy the version which is best suited for Mouth To Lung


I can't say that I have tryed everything but I do own SKU 4163100, SKU 4109400, SKU 2199601, SKU 2201100 and SKU 1810200. All with AFC rings. I must then conclude, MTL vaping with an AFC ring is a compromise. You can never get a satisfactory MTL from an ATTY with an AFC ring.

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