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#1 (permalink)      8/4/2015 9:23:20 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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HORRIBLE..
I bought these at my local ecig shop and they tasted like crap!!
There are no top wicks, only the one in the coil itself.
Tasted like smoking a jean jacket, gross.

No way to clean these either, cotton will burn if you try to do a dry burn to clean the coil.

I hope Kanger plans on still making the silica ones cause these suck.

Edited on 8/4/2015 at 9:27 PM. Reason:
#2 (permalink)      8/4/2015 9:55:04 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Or you could rebuild them yourself with something like SKU 1593911 but 4 wick may be better SKU 1593908

Could also rebuild them with SKU 1591708 and use your own organic cotton.



If you just want to clean them you can pull out the cotton and dryburn it and then rewick with cotton/trim/add juice.


Cheaper to rebuild and taste much better.
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original Kanger is very bad even the rubber insulator.
yes as said, u purchase metal to rebuild ur self.
get coils and use either cotton(i love) or silica (bad)
FT Customer Support, You are doing a good job. PLEASE keep up the good work. PROTECT your reputation from some manufactures. FT PLEASE be part of ECIG industry DEVELOPMENT not just a typical reseller.
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viking65 wrote:

Or you could rebuild them yourself with something like SKU 1593911 but 4 wick may be better SKU 1593908

Could also rebuild them with SKU 1591708 and use your own organic cotton.



If you just want to clean them you can pull out the cotton and dryburn it and then rewick with cotton/trim/add juice.


Cheaper to rebuild and taste much better.



The coils only last so long, the housing has the ?silicone? insulator and the air passage below the coil has this rubber too.
Soon it gets black and burnt and starts to restrict airflow.
After 3 maybe 4 cleaning cycles its toast.

These cotton ones taste like burning bounce sheets or something gross....there is no great flavor.
I took it apart and the coil was shiny and clean, the cotton was soaked with juice so it wasn't burning or any discoloration at all.

I used these type of coils going on 2 years now and never had this issue.

It tastes really bad, I notice there is no top wick on top of the coil either so this is a issue also as the silica ones use 2 small wicks that lay on top of the coil.

Don't know what else to say about this....I was expecting it to be great but it wasn't and the cotton reduces the life of my coils if I want to clean it, silica gets red hot and burns off the old juice, the cotton will have to be replaced on these, time consuming.


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