Our Review On The Subox Nano Starter Kit

Subox Nano Starter Kit

If the Subox Mini from Kanger quickly became one of the most craved ‘vaping toys’ for men,  then ladies get ready for the ultimate surprise because the Chinese company has prepared something especially for you. The Subox Nano is Kangertech’s most recent product to hit the market and it comes in two of the most playful colors ever – pink, and purple, with a gorgeous aqueous ceramic finish. And because some men will probably also want a piece of the action, Kanger decided to release a black version of the kit as well.

kanger Subox Nano pinkUsing the same good quality materials and attention for details, the Subox Nano mod is carefully crafted to perfectly fit the 18.5mm Subtank Nano on top of it. But because the device uses the same model of battery as the previous version (18650), there is not much of a difference in terms of height and width. The kit comes packed in a cardboard box that matches the color of the device and inside you are going to find the mod, a similarly colored Subtank Nano clearomizer that comes with a 0.5 Ohm coil head inside, an extra 1.5 Ohm coil head, a user’s manual, and a micro-USB cable.

The included Subtank Nano clearomizer is an improved version of the original, and it’s made from the same solid stainless steel and Pyrex glass as the series that made history. The airflow control system has been updated, giving users a much more precise control over the whole vaping experience. It can hold up to 3ml of e-liquid in one fill and the two provided coils are destined to suit both vaping styles. If you prefer mouth to lung hits then the 1.5 Ohm version will work best, as long as you use it anywhere between 10W and 26W. If you like direct lung hits then you’ll love the 0.5 Ohm coil that is suited for wattages between 15W and 50W.

On the top side of the mod we have the 510 connector and the KBox Nano engraving, and going down on the main side we notice the firing Subox Nano different colorsbutton, the OLED display, the adjustment buttons and the micro-USB charging port. If on the previous version the button colors were different, in the case of the Nano they are in the same shade as the mod and tank. In order to turn the device on or off you will have to press the firing button five consecutive times. The display shows, from left to right, the remaining battery indicator, the atomizer resistance, the output voltage and the current wattage.

The Subox Nano is a variable wattage device and it can go from 7.0W to 50.0W in 0.1W increments. It can fire as low as 0.3 Ohms and it comes with a wide range of safety features. From short circuit protection, atomizer open circuit, under voltage protection and reverse polarity protection to temperature protection for the circuit board, this petite cloud puffer is going to keep you on the safe side all the time.

Subox Nano kit pinkThis device has been intended to be used with a single 18650 battery with a minimum continuous discharge rate of 20A. The battery can be charged with the provided micro-USB cable so there’s no need for any extra accessories. The OLED display is going to show you the progress and when it shuts down the battery has been fully charged. A great thing is that you can still use the mod while the battery is charging.

While it doesn’t come with an RBA base and the same power as its predecessor, the Subox Nano is still puffing out clouds like a locomotive, especially with the 0.5 Ohm coil. It looks fantastic and it’s certainly going to appeal to a massive audience. It’s simple to use, effective and makes quite an impression. Clearly it’s going to be as successful as the Mini version.