The Kanger aerotank clearomizer offers the same great features and performance as the Kanger Clearomizer protank series, but with the introduction of stainless material made with dual coil heads inside! The aerotank is still using 510 threaded.
Updated in Kanger aerotank V2:
New Airflow control base
Food grade Stainless steel body
Pyrex tank and Stainless tube is replaceable
Glue Free: All parts are replaceable
Can be fitted with 510 Drip tip
Coil works with Protank-3, Aerotank mini, Evod glass
- Replaceable Atomizer Heads
- Bottom Coil
- Pyrex Glass Tank
- Advertised with a 2.5ml capacity
1 x Kanger aerotank mega (Pyrex tank, top cap, bottom cap and Airflow control 510 base)
1 x 510 Drip tip
1 x Stainless Tube
1 x Glass Tube
2 x Dual coil 1.8ohm
The metal tube in the center of this Clearomizer leads from the mouthpiece to the battery end. Avoid getting liquid in this tube when filling the Clearomizer. When unfastening the base (atomizer head) to refill the Clearomizer, the seals are temporarily broken and liquid will leak from the mouthpiece or escape into the center tube. Always wrap a cloth or piece of tissue around the mouthpiece when unfastening the base of the Clearomizer.
Gurgling noise or leaks: This is a sign that liquid has found its way into the metal tube in the center of the Clearomizer (and usually occurs after a refill). Ridding the center tube of liquid will resolve the issue. To do so without emptying the tank, remove the Clearomizer from the battery, wrap a cloth or tissue around the battery end of the Clearomizer and blow through the mouthpiece.
The atomizer head of the Protank can unfasten when unscrewing the tube or base. Always secure the atomizer head before reinstalling the base of the Protank.
It is normal to find a small amount of liquid in the battery contact area when removing the Clearomizer or any atomizer. We recommend cleaning the battery before charging it.
When possible, keep the tank full and never below 1/3 full of eLiquid ("topped off"). This helps maintain the "vacuum" in the tank and prevent leaks.
Atomizer heads have an average lifespan between 10 to 20 days. When the atomizer head wears down, it may begin to leak. Replace the atomizer head with a new one if available.