Kanger Genitank Giant from Canvape
Kanger has released a new clearomizer line called the Genitank. The are four versions: Genitank Mini, Genitank, Genitank Mega, and Genitank Giant.
All have similar features to the Kanger Aerotank, including air flow control and glass tanks with silicone seals. The basic difference between the Aerotank and the Genitank is that the Aerotank is made of stainless steel with a brushed look and the Genitank is made of copper and chromed. Both use the new Kanger Bottom Dual Coil.
In this review, we are looking at the Kanger Genitank Giant shown at the right, first in the picture line up.
The Genitank Giant is packaged like the Aerotank Giant. Canvape offer the Aerotank Giantfor $36.95 and offer the Genitank Giant for $22.50. Other than the materials used, these are identical tanks using exactly the same coil.
The Genitank Giant is glue-free and uses silicone seals for all points that can separate, including the drip tip. This is a real bonus: budget clearomizers usually have rubber seals that can swell with some eLiquids.
- Improved adjustable airflow control
- Solid body: all made of Chrome Covered Copper
- No glue needed: all parts are replaceable
- Universal 510 drip tip
- Bottom dual coil 1.8 ohm (New version)
- 4.5ml capacity
The package includes:
- 1x KangerTech Genitank Giant Cartomizer with New Airflow Control Valve
- 2x 1.8ohm coil unit (1 pc pre-installed)
- 1x Decorative ring
- 1x English Manual
The Kanger Genitank Giant is equal to its Aerotank Mega counter part. This mainly is due to both using the same new Kanger Bottom Dual Coil that imparts flavor extremely well. Your decision between the two really is based on whether you want solid stainless steel or copper covered with chrome. Copper is a softer metal and would be more prone to damage if accidentally dropped – but the 30% price difference is appealing.
Note that the new Kanger Bottom Dual Coils are available in 0.8 ohm, 1.0ohm, 1.2ohm, 1.5ohm, and 1.8ohm.
I tested this with two different devices: the Hades 26650 and the Seven 30. On the Hades, the Genitank Giant is slightly larger diameter, but it fits perfectly on the Seven 30.
So what's the verdict? Is it worth it? Similar to the Genitank, I found the Genitank Giant becomes more open with the draw as I use it. I am not sure why – I can only surmise that the copper is being heated with repeated use and is contracting/expanding and that is affecting the air flow. I also noted an occasional gurgling. Above I noted that the Genitank Giant with a base of copper may get damaged if dropped. I suspect that if dropped the glass would break as well with both the Genitank Giant and Aerotank Mega – I'd probably replace either if dropped so that really isn't a major consideration. The value proposition on the Genitank Giant make it a really good buy. The Kanger Genitank Giant is certainly an excellent vape at a budget price. I'd recommend it.