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Kanger Nebox

Kanger Nebox

Kanger Nebox

$54.99

3.00 out of 5
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The Kanger Nebox is a temp control mod that goes down to 0.15 ohms! It features a built-in 10ml Subtank with new SSOCC coils, and it uses Subtank coils as well.

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The Kanger Nebox is an all-in-one vaping solution with a 10ml Subtank, variable wattage, and temperature control functionality. An 0.15Ω nickel coil is included with the tank, which is for use with temperature control. The new SSOCC 0.5Ω is included as well. The new Nebox platform works with Kanger OCC coil heads made for the Subtank. It takes styling cues from the popular Subox, but this device is vastly different.

On the Nebox, you will find that there is no 510 connection. The built-in tank is non-removable, and no other tank can be fitted to this mod. The drip tip is removable, however, and you can use any 510 drip tip in its place. This device allows NiChrome, Ni200 and titanium coils in temperature control mode. This feature is notable due to the fact that every wire type has a different temperature coefficient. A different coefficient needs a different calculation, which has been an issue in past temperature control devices.

This mod is perfect for the vaper that doesn’t have time to fill their tank more than once or twice a day. With 10ml juice capacity

Includes one Kanger Nebox, 0.5Ω SSOCC resistance coil, one 0.15Ω resistance Ni200 coil, charging cord, Mini RBA Plus, drip tip, bag of spare parts and an organic cotton pad. Imported.

Kanger NEBOX Features:

  • Unique all-in-one design with LCD screen
  • Max output of 60 Watts
  • Temperature control capability (Ti, Ni200, Nichrome)
  • 10ml capacity integrated tank
  • Brand new stainless steel OCC (SSOCC) coils (0.5Ω)
  • Pre-installed ni200 coil
  • Delrin drip tip
  • Mini RBA system included
  • Organic Cotton Coils
  • Compatible with Kanger’s square OCC coil heads
  • Fires Down To 0.15ohm
  • Supports Titanium (Ti) & Nickel (Ni) modes
  • Uses one removable 18650 battery (not included)
  • Micro USB charge port & cable included
  • Dimensions: 3 3/8″ x 2 1/4″ x 7/8″ diameter

Additional information

Weight 12 oz
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Color

Black, White

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  1. James

    3 out of 5 Plastic tank?

    So far my experience with this device has been limited to 5 days, but i’ve used it nearly non-stop for that time, i used the nickel coil first as it came pre-installed, by far and away the best nickel coil Kanger has put out! Then i wanted to verify that the old square coils worked, so i put one of the vertical kanthal ones in, and they do, well might i add! Only three downsides i’ve experienced so far, other than the risk of destroying it with the wrong juice due to the plastic tank are, 1) when charging, it must heat up a considerable amount or something cause it leaked almost the entire contents of the tank out, so charge upside down if you’re going to charge via USB, just swapping batteries, i’ve had no other issue with leaking except when i went from a 74 degree house to a 30 degree outside and back in, and even then it was like a drop or two, nothing significant 2) its super sensitive to juice level and temperature as i’ve constantly had to adjust my wattage to maintain a semi constant vape due to these things 3) no adjustable airflow kind of sucks.

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    • Ryan Taylor

      It does have adjustable airflow. Look underneath onto the cap you would unscrew to change a coil. Youll notice while looking at the cap insde there are 2 brass/gold tabs. Using a small flathead screwdriver push one tab all the way around until it sits directly ontop of the other tab creating 1 out of the 2. This will offer the least amount of blockage in that circle creating the most possible amount of airflow.

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    • Ryan Taylor

      You can adjust the airflow! Look directly underneath the mod and ontop of the cap you would unscrew if needing to change your coil. While looking at the cap youll notice brass/gold tabs that are inside,you can use something like a small flathead screwdriver to push the tabs around. To get the most airflow push one of the tabs all the way around until its ontop of the other tab making 1 out of the 2. Hence making as much room as possible in that circle for the most airflow possible.

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  2. Kevin c

    3 out of 5 Stock coils leak

    The box unit itself is great, and for a time the stock coil performed beautifully. After a while I woke up to find the mod sitting in a pufddle of juice. I’ve since switched to the RBA and haven’t he any issues yet. Be forewarned the stock coils leak a ton of juice

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