Kangertech K-Kiss kit
This week I am taking a look at the Kangertech K-Kiss kit, a mod with included atomiser.
The Kangertech K-Kiss kit comes in a nice cardboard box, with the product clearly shown on the cover and a authenticity sticker on the back.
It does lack much in the way of any specs or description on the box though.
The box is a drawer design, which pulls out to the side revealing the contents.
You have the usual Kangertech user guide, which is very informative as well as a safety card.
Spares consist of the obligatory USB charging lead and a spare glass tank section complete with o-rings.
The Kangertech K-Kiss is a fairly simple device with just a single button on it to fire (as well as power on and off) the device.
On the top you have a stainless steel threaded 510 socket, with a self adjusting brass positive pin.
Next to the 510 socket is a small 5 LED display. This will flash all the LEDs to indicate you have turned the device on or off.
It will also light up the LEDs during use (and for a brief time after) to indicate remaining charge in the battery, 5 LEDS is full charge and they go out until 1 remains for nearly empty.
We saw the fire button on one side above, on the next of the 3 sides (of this rounded triangular design) we have the Kangertech brand name and a USB port.
With this USB port you can recharged the massive 6300mAh internal battery at up to 1A.
The base has some screen printed information, the K-Kiss product name and some venting holes.
The third side of the body is plain.
This is obviously the black edition of the device, you can also get it in red or orange or a leopard print or a python skin or a wood grain finish.
The kit also include the new K-Kiss atomiser.
It has an included drip-tip,
with an unusual full width brim to the design.
The drip tip can be replaced with any of your own standard sized drip tips.
Filling is done by unscrewing the top cover, adding liquid and replacing the cover.
The atomiser has a standard stainless steel threaded 510 with brass positive, just like the mod.
The base has several air holes in the side, they look adjustable but they are fixed and give a nice wide open airflow for mouth or lung vapers.
The glass tank simply slides of the body for cleaning or replacement.
The body serves as a liquid flow baffle with the slots in it reducing the liquid flow to the coil head slightly.
The coil head is very reminiscent of the old Kanger Subtank/Toptank with vertical coils and side wicking ports.
It has plenty of wicking potential and a reasonable airflow hole in the base of the threaded connection to the atomiser base.
In the base we can see with air chamber that allows the air to pass from the base through the coil head, and the top of the positive base pin.
And here we have out K-Kiss kit all assembled and just needing a little liquid before vaping on it.
Here are a few specs…
The battery mod is 83mm tall and 40mm wide, it weighs 190grams.
The atomiser is 24mm diameter and 39mm tall, it holds up to 4.5ml of liquid and weighs 46grams.
The device will allow the use of coils down as low as 0.15ohms.
The Kangertech K-Kiss battery is nothing to write home about but at the same time it is about as simple to use as they come.
With a 6300mAh capacity it is certain to last at least a day and probably a lot more.
The triangular design is extremely comfortable to hold but does leave you fumbling for which side has the power button on it.
The K-Kiss atomiser is another thing though, it is (in my opinion) the best atomiser from Kanger since the Subtank/Toptank.
Essentially any replaceable head atomiser is only as good as the coil heads, and the ones for the K-Kiss are superb.
There is little I can think of that lets them down, other than my usual nag for a rebuildable head.
Give me a greater choice of coils for the atomiser (especially TC and RBA ones) and it will be an atomiser to rival the Subtank.
At a price of approx $50 the K-Kiss kit is a bargain.
As always you can find out more at Kangers website, or buy at your local vape store.