Kanger T3 Rebuildable Clearomizer - Clear
The new T3 eGo bottom coil clearomizer tank system from Kanger is a 2.4ml Tank System, with replaceable atomizer Bottoms
The Kanger eGo T3 is designed to work with the eGo series of batteries. The T3 has a large 2.4ml tank capacity, and replaceable atomizer bottoms.
The Kanger T3 is eGo threaded to work with most eGo style batteries. These work very well on all the eGo series batteries, incuding the eGo Twist batteries.
The coil is at the bottom of the tank, providing a nice warm vapor, with a excellent flavor, and eliminates wicking problems.
To fill the T3 unscrew the bottom coil. Hold the tank upside down and fill with approximately 2.4ml of liquid. While it is still upside down screw the bottom back on the clearomizer. The T3 is now ready for use.
The T3 comes with :
1 x 2.4ml Tank Assembly with attached Mouthpiece.
1 x Atomizer head @ 2.4ohm +/- .2ohm.
How to fill the T3:
The Top does NOT come off. Hold the T3 upside down, Unscrew the base, fill into the side do not get any liquid into the center hole, fill to just under the lip of the center hole. Screw the bottom back on and turn over, it will be full.
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Posted by Roger on 8th May 2013
I have been using these for a couple of weeks not and they out perform all of the others I have tried and fit all of my different batteries.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Apr 2013
no leaks easy draw great vapors ! you can't go wrong with this one !
Posted by Jesse on 1st Apr 2013
When I first opened this thing up, I noticed that it seemed like it had great build quality. I filled it up and started vaping. I was impressed! That is until the next day when it started leaking like crazy. I mean this thing was dripping out of the bottom. I did some research and found that the wicks are too small on a lot of these T3's. I used an old wick from a different clearomizer and rewicked this and now it works without leaking too much. I know this is not a fluke because I ordered two of these and both had the same problem. I wish I could just find a clearomizer that worked and did not leak. It just seems like every thing I buy is not made well.
Posted by Randy on 28th Mar 2013
They're great, but the coil replacements are hit and miss and need replaced often.
Posted by Tommy Boy on 27th Mar 2013
Really like these clearomiers - great vapor and easy draw - and being rebuild-able makes them even better
Posted by PunkCholo on 23rd Feb 2013
I received my T3 today and went to the store to purchase a liquid for it. I have never put one together but it was self explanatory, too easy! No leaks and works like a $100.00 product lol. It's crazy people were standing in line at the mall spending 100 hundred on an e-cig when I bought the T3, battery, and the charger for only 28 bucks!
Posted by Benfalcon on 13th Feb 2013
I have used about 30 of these (refills). They just don't last long. Maybe 10 fills. I really prefer the T5's.
Posted by zipflint on 4th Feb 2013
I love these things. Loads of flavor and vapor. The tanks WILL cloud and probably eventually crack when used with strong cinnamon and citrus juices but as long as you know that beforehand, I don't count that against it. Also, 100% VG e-juice will shorten the lifespan of the head. But again, it performs like a champ right up until the coil goes nuclear. I've never had the leaking problem others have experienced.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2013
I switched from a T2 to a T3 and it works perfectly. My only problem with the T2 was that I would get liquid in my mouth every so often and would have to take it apart and clean it. Sometimes after filling the T3 I do hear a slight gurgle but I still have never gotten it in my mouth. I love it. I just wish that the replacement atomizers came in different resistances.
Posted by bigpman on 11th Jan 2013
It is by far the best clearomizer I have tried to date, and I have pretty much tried them all. 100% recommended. Flavor and vapor are the best from anything I have tried. No leaks either.
Posted by Government on 11th Jan 2013
No leaks, no cracks, pretty decent and tough construction. VG and PG, plus blends work fine, no issues, concentrates got a little tricky, but works. If you are getting this for concentrates, try to get some natural VG or PG whatever you prefer and mix it with wax or oils to bring the consistency to usable levels. I will be buying more of these. Plus the replaceable bottoms. Great purchase.
Posted by Orobas on 10th Jan 2013
I ordered two so I could see how I like them. The first one was already tasting burny with a 50/50 juice within a day. The second one has a draw so airy that it's not satisfying.
What a shame, I was really hoping these would blow me away. I will try to rebuild them and perhaps that'll be better for me.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jan 2013
As a Newb to vaping this thing couldnt be easier to use. Simple to fill, no leaks, gives great taste and performs like a dream.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jan 2013
This clearomizer works fairly well, I have been using it consistently for over a week now and have had little trouble with it. The only problem I have had is when my battery begins to run low I get a bit of fluid sucked up through the center. but this is not a problem if I just use fresh batteries. It does not leak, vapes excellently with a vv battery, and does not burn the fluid as easily as others.
Posted by Brian on 5th Jan 2013
This is the best clearo I have ever tried. It performs really well, plus it's a great form factor that still holds alot of juice. It's very efficient producing great vapor at lower voltages. 3.8 is the sweet spot imo, which is quite low for 2.4ohms. There is some fiddling involved though. Sometimes it's necessary to take it apart and remove a bit of wick that sits on top, or fluff the wicking that is already there to adjust the juice flow for your juice. The T3 has an airy-er draw that most, and the coil is bottom mounted so the vapor is slightly less warm than a top mounted style, but not cold by any means. So, give these a try over anything else, but also try the T2 if you think you want a warmer vape and don't mind doing "the tilt".
Posted by doots on 5th Jan 2013
I took a chance on these t3s and glad i did. They are well worth the price and have worked great, Good vape and no mess to fill them. Will be buying many more of these in the future,
Posted by ChipHead on 26th Nov 2012
As the headline states, the Kanger T3 is simply the best tank I've ever tried. Better than the CE2, CE5 and Mini Vivi Nova. Great vapor and flavor PLUS no leaks.
Posted by ed west on 26th Nov 2012
These things seem to work good most of the time but then I'll pick one up and it seems flooded. I blow them out and inspect them. They look fine. Let them sit for a few minutes and they're ok. The flavor seems a little weak and strange too?
- blow out the excess liquid by blowing through the drip tip over a paper towel, that will take care of that, the flavor gets better after the first use.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2012
I recently tried the 2.4ohm T3's on an eGo 3.7V battery and was very underwhelmed by the vapor production and flavor. If you have a 3.7 eGo battery, get the 1.7ohm T2's instead.
Posted by Chris on 25th Nov 2012
The best thing about this is that it doesn't (or hasn't yet) leak. I have not had an issue with flooding and it's easy to fill.
1. the draw is way to light on this thing. The T2 had a light draw as well and it only had two air holes. The T3 had 3 air holes and it shows. This is easy to fix, but I don't understand the reason for such an airy draw.
2. It has a break in period. On first use right out of the box it had a plastic taste. After I got about half way through the first fill it went away.
3. It does mute the flavor slightly, but not bad enough to keep me from using it.
All that being said, I actually like the T3. As long as it will hold up and not leak on me I will be even more happy with it.
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