Kanger Arymi One
This week I am taking a look at the first of a host of new devices from Arymi, a new brand from Kanger. This device is called the Kanger Arymi One.
The Kanger Arymi One comes in a neat cardboard box with the device pictured on the outside.
It has a label on one end that has a scratch off anti-counterfeit section and links to the social space for the brand.
The brand name is Arymi, the product is the Arymi One. As I said this is a new brand from Kangertech.
The instructions are plain and simple, a single side in this case, as the device is also simple.
And here is what is inside the box…
A spare set of o-rings and seal for the atomiser end of the device
And a USB charging cable wrapped up in a pair of Arymi branded vape-bands.
Your device, the Kanger Arymi One.
It is a 2300mAh battery tube mod ‘hybridised’ with their Armor tank. It has no 510 and the atomiser cannot be removed.
The power output is unregulated, it will output the current battery voltage.
With the default coil this works out to be between 20 and 35 watts (dependent on charge level).
Here we have the replaceable coil unit, it is a complete (with drip tip, air flow etc.) piece so no scope for your own drip tips here.
This is the default stainless steel 3016 coil unit from the kit.
You can see the wire gauge from the tiny leg just above the white insulator here.
Internally the coil is a single strand vertical coil with cotton outer and central air flow.
The coil head is also marked with CHC, which stands for Clean Hands Coil as you should be able to change a coil without touching liquid.
The coil is wrapped in organic cotton, which in turn is fed with liquid via 2 large wicking holes in the coil head wall.
The coil head is held in place, inside the tank, via a small length of threading on the very end.
At the mouthpiece end of the coil head we have the drip tip, which acts as a stop when screwing in the coil and as the air flow via 2 large air ports.
This coil head uses a W style airflow, the air enters up high at 2 points, goes down the coil head outer to the bottom and joins at the coil base to raise up passed it to the drip tip for the vaper.
The base of the device has a couple of compliance markers and a small amount of venting holes.
Near the tank end there is a USB port for charging,
and a firing button for vaping with. The button has dual colour (red/green) leds to indicate charge state when charging and battery state when vaping.
The base end of the tube is decorated with the product name and the brand logo on the other side.
This is the tank end of the device, it has a pyrex glass tank held in place by a retaining ring at the top, and sealed with black o-rings.
Unscrewing the retaining ring allows the glass tank to be removed for cleaning.
There is no spare glass tank included in this kit, so be careful with it.
At the base of the tank you can see the brass contact that the coil head positive contacts with when installed.
The coil head is quite large so the tank can not be completely filled before inserting it. Fortunately there is an etched marked on the side of the tank that indicates how far to fill it before inserting the coil.
The tank will hold up to 3ml of liquid.
and for our last picture, we have the tank end with the coil inserted.
A few specs for you..
As I said the tank holds 3ml and the battery has 2600mAh capacity. It is 22m diamter and 131mm long.
The device output is determined by the battery voltage (4.2 when fully charged, less as it drains). Its like a mechanical would work but with electronic protection added.
The device is current limited, has low resistance and low battery voltage protection as well as high temperature protection and 10 second ‘puff’ limiter.
This device is kind of an evolution of the old eGo and Clearomiser type devices from several years ago. It has a larger size and hence capacity (both juice and battery) and of course has a new type of coil head in it.
So, how is the coil head, the major new part of this device ?
Well, it is actually fairly good. It has great wicking ability so it keeps up with your vaping and it has a vertical coil so gives a good vapour output and quality.
Other that that it is a cheap price and nice looking and there is little more to say about it.
I have used this device for a few days as my only vaping device and not suffered from withdrawal from my usual choices of mod/tank.
more impressive (for me anyhow) is that even though it is not regulated or temperature controlled (which is my preferred vaping method) I haven’t been suffering from lack of vapor or dry throat/mouth. Maybe this is due to the SS316 coils, I am not sure.
All in all I am impressed with the Kanger Arymi One, it does what it needs to and does it well.
I am seeing these in online stores for $20 but don’t count on that price as the device could be more when stock lands.
Arymi has a new (so new its still in development) site at www.arymi.com