KangerTech CLTANK Atomizer Review
With many recent tank and box mod releases, but I’m only fond of the CLTANK by Kanger. Kangertech is proud to introduce the CLTANK 4.0. Because the CLTANK features a leak resistant cup design which allows you to travel from place to place without having a mess. Also with a top airflow valve which may adjusted to your personal preference.
Today we will talk about the kanger cltank 2.0.
At first, we can see the tank itself will likely divide opinion on its design. The first thing that stands out is the Kanger logo window that’s cut into the metal. I actually think it looks decent even though I’m a generally a fan of clean and simple designs. Let’s move to the next- What’s in the box.
In The Box, there is a Kanger CL Tank, 0.5 Ohm CLOCC Stainless Steel 316L coil – Pre-installed, 0.15 CLOCC Ni200 coil head and a User Manual
CLTANK 2.0 follows the TPD regulation which has child lock system, 2ml and leak-free. It also comes with the new CLOCC which use stainless steel and nickel(suggest CLOCC Ni200 coli use in TC mode) as resistance wire. End user can choose their setting.
This tank use 510 connection and user suggest to use regulated battery with suitable protection. Study this manual before using this device, regardless use of this device may take their own risk.
There is a ‘max fill’ mark on the tank, be sure you don’t go over that as the coil head is large and takes up a lot of space in the tank itself. As this tank has been made to comply with the TPD regulations it is only 2ml max.
I really like the It’s simple to use for new vapers with coil performance being decent enough. I had zero leaking with this tank as well. However, the airflow may also be a little on the tight side for vapers looking for that good sub ohm vaping experience. There is no RBA option which, while not an issue for some, may be a negative for others.