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Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
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Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
Vapin' Greek has some pics up - not very useful ones for size compariso mind: http://instagram.com/p/xiVX7_jX7-/

AFAIK the Nano has no rebuildable head - shame they didn't make it small enough for the Gizmo/Microstick etc. The Mini does have the RBA head apparently. Must be quite a tight squeeze.
07/01/15 05:44 AM
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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
Dunno about the nano but depending on capacity the 22mm could be a big hit Smiling

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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
Mini is what im waiting for! Woo hoo! Dance

07/01/15 06:39 AM
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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
If the flavour isn't changed from the original then they are onto a winner.
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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
Quelle suprise, Kanger! Wink

22mm version will sell like hotcakes, although I advise people to hold off an extra week for the next revision Wink


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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
Grr, mini is only 2mm thinner, nano has no rebuildable...damn you Kanger...

Joytech has made a tiny rebuildable why couldn't you?!?

Also I hope they revise the RDA, it needs better posts for the wires...my Clapton is barely held on by them tiny screws. I'm going to look into incorporating very small metal washers so thicker wire can be used.

I have to say its a good sign nonetheless as it seems RTAs are going to be the new thing...just want an RTA with a larger build deck now.

Building coils is addictive.
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(07/01/15 09:08 AM)Doughnut Wrote:  Grr, mini is only 2mm thinner, nano has no rebuildable...damn you Kanger...

Joytech has made a tiny rebuildable why couldn't you?!?

Also I hope they revise the RDA, it needs better posts for the wires...my Clapton is barely held on by them tiny screws. I'm going to look into incorporating very small metal washers so thicker wire can be used.

I have to say its a good sign nonetheless as it seems RTAs are going to be the new thing...just want an RTA with a larger build deck now.

Building coils is addictive.

If it's 22mm them it's 3mm thinner as the Subtank is 25mm.
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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
from a rebuildable perspective other than price what would people see as the benefit of a 22mm sub over say a kayfun lite...?

serious question.

07/01/15 10:46 AM
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(07/01/15 10:46 AM)v1ck Wrote:  from a rebuildable perspective other than price what would people see as the benefit of a 22mm sub over say a kayfun lite...?

serious question.

For me the subtank looks better and the fact my kayfun leaked and I didnt like it much and i'm hoping the sub tank wont leak and then if i'm lazy or have bad shakes i can bang a head in instead of rebuilding. Smiling

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RE: Subtank Mini (22mm) and Nano (18mm) pics
Half the price. Tongue

Ability to use stock heads, including the old dual coils. All three heads are rebuildable so you have a lot of scope. I still prefer the old dual coils rebuilt because they're good for higher power, my partner is very happy with the RBA head.

It's a good choice for someone who wants more power than other clearos and is interested in building. No money wasted if they find out they hate building.
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