Sub-ohm Vaping with KangerTechIf you want to try your hand at sub-ohm vaping without making a big upfront investment, KangerTech has come out with a line of box mods with a 50W output in colorful finishes and a 510 thread to fit most 510-threaded devices. Their Kanger SUBOX Nano and Mini both provide some great options for new sub-ohm vapers, but have a few small differences.
The Kanger SUBOX NanoIf you go with the Nano line of starter kits, you’ll find boxes with a 7W-50W output range in 0.1 increments for complete control. Each box features protection against low voltage, low resistance, short circuiting and reverse polarity, making them an incredibly user-friendly option for first time sub-ohm vaping enthusiasts. It charges easily with a micro USB, uses one 18650 high amp battery, can hold 3.5ml of liquid, and features 100% organic Japanese cotton coils. We have it available in black, purple and pink to fit your style. The Nano is a great option for anyone who wants the basics without much adjusting to make.
The Kanger SUBOX MiniUnlike its Nano sibling, the Kanger SUBOX Mini gives you a little more room to modify the box mod to your liking. The Mini can hold more liquid than the Nano (4.5ml total) and has a RBA base if you wish to build your own coils for your mod. It also includes an updated airflow control with dual intakes for a more stable temperature when in use. The battery size and amperage is the same as the Nano, and the wattage output range is still 7W-50W. Try it out in a black/red or black/white combination finish.
The SUBOX line of box mods from KangerTech offers great options for new sub-ohm vapers. If you like a bit more freedom to modify your setup, go with the Mini and spend a few extra dollars. If you’d rather let the equipment do the work, the Nano is a perfectly capable option and costs a bit less. What sort of box mod setup do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below!