Clearomizers/Atomizers Kanger MT3 Clearomizer Review

Kanger MT3 Clearomizer Review Hot

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Clearomizer Essentials

Manufacturer
Kanger
Capacity
Approx. 3mL
Coil/Head
Bottom, Replacable
Construction
Metal
Tank
Metal with Plastic Window
Threading
eGo, Not 510 Threaded
Tip
Plastic, Non-Removable
Feed
Bottom Fed
Resistance
2.5 Ohm (Others Available)

The Kanger MT3 clearomizer is the big brother (and inspiration) for the Kanger Evod.

The design is almost identical except that the MT3 is the predecessor to the Evod, and is much larger. The MT3 is a bottom fed unit with replaceable coil heads.

A well-thought out feature of all Kanger bottom fed tanks is that you can replace the coil without emptying the liquid. This unit attaches to the outer cone threads of an eGo battery and is not 510 threaded.

A 510 to eGo adapter can be used to attach this atomizer to a mod, or any battery which is non-eGo type.

 

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3.7
Build Quality 
 
2.0  (2)
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4.3  (2)
Does it Leak? 
 
3.0  (2)
Vapor Production 
 
4.5  (2)
Price 
 
4.8  (2)
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This is old technology, but still usable. However, I would recommend to any user of a T3 or MT3 that they upgrade to the -S variant of their atomizer ASAP.

However, these are still good atties. There are a few extant problems, and they can be pretty disruptive. That said, I prefer this to a ViVi Nova or most other clearos.

The first problem, and the one you're going to hear the most about, is that they flood when they hit about 1/3 full. Yes, they do, and there isn't a whole lot you can do about it. You can minimize the damage by rebuilding the head - but that's a huge pain in the ass. You can also use two gaskets, one against the other, to apply more pressure to the bottom one and seal it off more - but if you have even remotely thick juice, that'll result in dry hits. There is no great way to get around the flooding issue, unfortunately.

They are also not the most durable clearo. I've heard many horror stories of the top glue failing and ruining the pressure, resulting in a terrible vape. There are a few other common break points, but really, this is just not a very durable clearo.

However, I still own a few, and I still use them (occasionally). They're good...but not as good as the MT3S.
Overall rating 
 
3.8
Build Quality 
 
3.5
Looks 
 
5.0
Does it Leak? 
 
1.5
Vapor Production 
 
4.0
Price 
 
5.0
NigelKF Reviewed by NigelKF September 04, 2013
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Old, but still good

This is old technology, but still usable. However, I would recommend to any user of a T3 or MT3 that they upgrade to the -S variant of their atomizer ASAP.

However, these are still good atties. There are a few extant problems, and they can be pretty disruptive. That said, I prefer this to a ViVi Nova or most other clearos.

The first problem, and the one you're going to hear the most about, is that they flood when they hit about 1/3 full. Yes, they do, and there isn't a whole lot you can do about it. You can minimize the damage by rebuilding the head - but that's a huge pain in the ass. You can also use two gaskets, one against the other, to apply more pressure to the bottom one and seal it off more - but if you have even remotely thick juice, that'll result in dry hits. There is no great way to get around the flooding issue, unfortunately.

They are also not the most durable clearo. I've heard many horror stories of the top glue failing and ruining the pressure, resulting in a terrible vape. There are a few other common break points, but really, this is just not a very durable clearo.

However, I still own a few, and I still use them (occasionally). They're good...but not as good as the MT3S.

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I absolutely loved this clearomizer but within days it broke, the tip snapped right off when I went to use it. And since it is built onto the tank there is not way to replace just the tip. I spent 8 bucks for two days of usage. Until they improve the quality of the tank I will not buy another one no matter how good the vape is on it.
Overall rating 
 
3.6
Build Quality 
 
0.5
Looks 
 
3.5
Does it Leak? 
 
4.5
Vapor Production 
 
5.0
Price 
 
4.5
NetChick Reviewed by NetChick August 29, 2013
Last updated: August 30, 2013
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Love the Vapor's but

I absolutely loved this clearomizer but within days it broke, the tip snapped right off when I went to use it. And since it is built onto the tank there is not way to replace just the tip. I spent 8 bucks for two days of usage. Until they improve the quality of the tank I will not buy another one no matter how good the vape is on it.

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