KangerTech PANGU Tank Atomizer Review
Kanger Pangu Tank Atomizer is the newest budget orientated Sub-Ohm Tank from the makers of the ProTank 4 and the TOPTANK series, implementing the full chamber PGOCC coil alongside the convenient Clean Hands System.
Now let’s have a look at and test the Kanger PANGU Tank.
From the photo of packaging, we can found a Pangu tank, PGOCC(NiCr)1.5ohm,
PGOCC(SUS316L)0.5ohm, Pyrex Glass, user Manual, set of Seal Ring and gift box with anti-fake label.
Around the base of the Kanger Pangu tank there is a pair of Cyclops-style vents that feed air to the chimney and into the coil when you take a puff. These air slots are not adjustable. It also is conveniently filled from the top as well.
The middle section of the Kanger Pangu tank has a central chimney enclosed in a Pyrex glass tube. You can fill the glass tank with up to 3.5ml of juice.
But In my opinion, I really like the new Clean Hands system allows users to insert and replace each PGOCC with relatively minor disassembly of the chassis, expediting the process of coil replacement.
I will show you how to change the PGOCC coil:
If the tank is empty, simply remove the Delrin sleeve and pull out the old PGOCC atomizer.
Insert a fresh coil and screw it into place. Twist the coil to open the juice holes.
If the tank has juice in it, hold the Pangu tank upside down before pulling out the PGOCC atomizer. This prevents any liquid from leaking through the juice holes and the airflow slots.
I have been used the PANGU for six months (purchased it from vaporl.com with reasonable price), it still provided me more vapor and better flavor every day. All in all, the kanger pangu tank must provide you a good and unique vaping experience.