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Kangertech Protank 3 Review

In 2013, Kangertech released more than four new clearomizers. Many experts questioned the move, wondering whether it was a good call. Of the products, the Kanger Protank 3 received a lot of attention. Many people praised the fact that it was different from its predecessors.

You will be surprised to receive a sophisticated-looking black cardboard box from Kangertech. This contains the Protank 3. It comes with a Pyrex tank, a top cap, a bottom cap, and a 510 base.

The overall design of this device is not different from that of other Protanks. It also feels solid. The Protank 3 can hold up to 2.5mL of e-juice.

For vapers who have been using Kangertech, the dual coil feature of the Protank 3 is the biggest change. The coil heads are no longer glued together so you can easily disassemble and change them.

The Kanger Protank 3 coils are rated at 2.0 ohms. However, the resistance of either coil it contains is 4.0 ohms.

As mentioned earlier, the Protank 3 comes with 510 threading. But not a lot of people are fond of 510 connection as it tends to give inconsistent airflows and can need some adjustments to keep it stable. It is impressive to note that Kangertech appears to have addressed these problems in the Protank 3. Each puff gives you the same consistent vapor and flavor.

The vapor production of the Protank 3 is stellar. I suggest running this at above 5 volts to get the best results. On the other hand, this tank is not recommended for use with mechanical mods.

You may notice that the atomizer head is made of silicone grommet. If you do not screw the tank tight enough, this may negatively affect your vapor production.

You will find the new Kanger Protank 3 dual coil replacement heads of great help. They are compatible with different Kangertech clearomizers such as the Aerotank, EVOD 2, and T3’D. They also come with a metal casing that contains a wick, which is made of silica.

To change the coil head, simply unscrew the metal bottom cap from the tank. Then remove the remaining e-liquid inside. Then, unscrew the old head from the bottom cap and screw the new one. Then pour some e-liquid into the new tank and then reassemble. You are now good to vape! Remember to give the device a few minutes to allow the e-liquid to saturate the wick.

Please note though that the dual coil atomizer head is not interchangeable with any other atomizer heads. The stems are longer so you cannot use any single coil replacement. Also, the coil has an average lifespan of between 10 and 20 days. This, however, varies depending on how frequent you vape. You will also notice that your coil head is beginning to wear down when the clearomizer begins to leak.

You can buy a pack of Kangertech replaceable dual coil heads. A pack contains five pieces and costs as low as $8.99 only at This is the lowest price you can get for this product. It is selling for up to $13 at other stores.

Overall, the Kanger Protank 3 has a small learning curve. Rest assured, once you get past through that stage, everything else is easy and straightforward.

Also, since it comes with a Pyrex glass tank, you need to be extra careful with the handling because it can break if the device falls.