Kanger Protank 4: The Return of the King
For approximately the last 18 months, Kanger’s Subtank brand has been the hottest one in its lineup. Longtime vapers will remember when the Protank line represented the company’s best. That looks like it will be the case once again with the Kanger Protank 4. With extreme coil versatility, the Protank 4 aims to appeal to just about every type of vaper out there. Here’s a closer look at the upcoming Kanger Protank 4.
Kanger Protank 4 Specs
Before I get into some of the Protank 4’s features. Here are the official bullet points on the product.
- 5ml capacity
- 65.5mm x 22mm
- Adjustable airflow drip tip
- Top and side filling
- Child lock
- DIY kit
- RBA with dual Clapton coil
- SSOCC compatible
The most striking thing about the Protank 4 is its versatility. As you saw from the bullet points, it has its own RBA deck and is compatible with the broad array of SSOCC coils already available. The Protank 4 kit comes with a 1.5-ohm coil that appeals to mouth-to-lung vapers and Kanger’s new ceramic coil.
The Protank 4’s RBA deck has Velocity-style posts. By default, it comes with two Clapton coils, but obviously can accommodate all sorts of builds. This deck is geared towards enthusiast vapers.
Casual vapers or those that don’t like to build their own coils have a ton of choices with the Protank 4. The SSOCC coils have models that appeal to mouth-to-long, direct-lung, and temperature-control vapers. With the variety of SSOCC coils available, Kanger has the majority of the market covered with its SSOCC coils.
Ceramic coils are becoming increasingly popular. Vaping360 has been impressed with a number of products that use ceramic coils, such as the Horizontech Krixus and Vaporesso Target Kit (both excellent reviewed by Sam Bass-Cooper). I’m curious to see how Kanger’s foray into the ceramic world turns out.
At the end of the day, Kanger appears to have all of its bases covered with the Protank 4. Thanks to its sizable lineup of existing coils, coupled with new additions like the Velocity-style RBA deck and ceramic coils, this atomizer should appeal to the majority of vapers out there.
Will You Go Pro(tank)?
On paper, the Protank 4 looks fantastic. Its aesthetics are classy and its versatility can’t be denied. Naturally, a bunch of us at Vaping360 are excited to see how it vapes in real life. How about you? Are you excited for the Kanger Protank 4? Which coil are you most interested in? Share your thoughts on Kanger’s upcoming atomizer in the comments section.