Kangertech Aero Tank Intro
If you don’t know already, Kangertech do a large range of high quality tanks/clearomizers and batteries. The Aero Tank is one of their newer clearomizers and is meant to contend with the Aspire Nautilus.
In this review we will be taking a look at Kanger’s awesome new Aero Tank V3. The Aero Tank is similar to the Kanger Pro Tank 3, but features an exciting adjustable airflow feature. Kanger fans have been anxiously awaiting the Aero Tank and there has been a lot of hype surrounding it. We see if it lives up to the hype.
Let’s see how the Aero Tank performs.
How to Use the Aero Tank
Here a few tips for those who might be using this kind of tank for the first time. The Aero Tank fits best on a Kanger Emow battery or for anyone in the UK, it fits great on the new JAC Vapour series-e. The Aero battery is slightly bigger than your typical ego battery. It will still fit onto any 510 ego but will probably be slightly wider than the battery. The Aero Tank is however slightly thinner than the Aspire Nautilus.
The Aero Tank is fairly simple to use. It does feature an adjustable airflow ring. To change the air flow you need to twist the ring which then moves up and down. The more you move it the more of the air hole opens up and the more air flow you will get.
The kit comes with two coils, but there isn’t one in the tank itself. So effectively you have one replacement coil. Don’t make the mistake I made and fill up the tank without first putting one of the coils in. The tank doesn’t come with one pre-installed! The coil screws into the tank really easy.
Now all you need to do is fill the tank with your favourite e-juice. Check out our e-liquid reviews to find a great flavour! There are two spaces in the tank to pour your e-liquid down the sides. Just make sure you do not get any in the middle! Let the e-liquid sit for a bit to be absorbed by the wick and then you are good to start vaping!
Having used the Aspire Nautilus as our go to tank here at Vaping360, we were interested to see what Kanger could offer. We were actually really impressed by the Aero Tank and it definitely lives up to the hype that surrounded its launch.
We really liked the adjustable airflow feature on the Aero Tank. It isn’t as easy to use as the Kanger Emow tank, but you can really finely tune the airflow to have it exactly as you want. It’s not like the Nautilus where you have several options to choose from. Instead you can twist the ring until you reach the perfect setting. This was a huge plus for us and it definitely has one up over the Nautilus in this respect. It is also, as mentioned above, slightly thinner than the Nautilus which some people might like. We liked the size and it worked great on the JAC Vapour series-e and Kanger Emow batteries we used.
The Aero Tank brought out great flavours in the e-juices we tried. We used some of the Mt Baker Vapor e-liquids and it tasted awesome. The vapor production was also really impressive, maybe even more so than the Nautilus. Obviously the more airflow you let in, the more vapor production you will get. Overall thought the vapor production was impressive for a ready to use tank.
The only slight criticism we could come up with, is that because of the big vapor production, the Aero Tank seems to use up a lot of e-liquid. It uses more than the Nautilus or the Pro Tank 3 for example. I guess you do therefore get more vapor production and great flavour, so it is probably worth it.
Overall a really impressive tank with a great adjustable airflow feature. This is a perfect tank for those who want to have slightly more control over their vaping. If you have used the Kanger Pro Tank in the past then this is a must. Even die hard Aspire fans should give this a try, as it does provide something different to the Nautilus.