Kanger has always been on the forefront of developing new and innovative tech for the vaping world and that shows in its latest release, the Kanger Spider kit. Firing up to a maximum of 200 watts, the Spider uses an internal 4200mAh LiPo battery to power up the device which can be charged via micro USB. The kit includes the Kanger Five6 tank which uses a one-of-a-kind coil switching mechanism that lets you instantly toggle between single, dual, or triple coil mode. Let’s dive down into the nitty-gritty of the device below to get a better understanding of how the kit works. Also, check out the Vapesterdam Ultimate Vape Buyers’ Guide to learn about all the e-cigarettes available out there.
- Great battery life
- Portable and ergonomic design
- Coil switching tech works great
- Massive atomizer compatibility
- LED screen feels a bit outdated
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Kanger Spider Kit Review: Breakdown
Merely from a simple glance and it’s clear that the Spider takes inspiration from Marvel Comics’ favorite web swinger Spiderman. From the iconic font used, all the way down to the styling of the mod itself, the entire kit just gives a subtle yet unmistakable Spiderman vibe which can be appreciated by long-time comic book fans.
The back of the device houses the micro USB charging port towards the top end which charges at a maximum rate of 2 amps which is pretty much mandatory considering the massive internal battery the Spider is packing.
Since the Spider uses an internal battery, there isn’t a battery door to open up which contributes to the overall rigidity of the mod. The back uses a dimpled plastic panel which offers a nice and grippy feel. The same dimpled texture is also used for the triangular and clicky firing button located on the front of the device.
While the Spider has a uniquely shaped OLED screen, it makes use of a separate display to indicate remaining battery life found toward the bottom of the mod. While the battery display doesn’t use percentage values to indicate remaining battery life, it still does a good job with a simple bar method. 5 bars for max battery life, 1 bar means the mod needs recharging. Simple as that.
One of the best features about the Spider mod is the 510 connection on top of the device. It’s completely centred which means you can utilize the entire top portion of the mod to house atomizers up to a staggering 32mm in diameter without overhang. The included Five6 tank sits perfectly flush on top of the Spider without any gaps facilitating a perfect connection which is always promising to see.
Probably the only aspect I wish Kanger could’ve improved on when designing the Spider is if they used a more up-to-date OLED display as the current screen being used on the Spider displays individual pixels when viewed from up close. While this might have been acceptable on advanced mods 1 or 2 years ago, I can’t help but feel that Kanger chose to cut corners in order to keep the price down when they designed this mod.
Nevertheless, the OLED display still manages to relay a good amount of information such as current vaping mode, wattage, resistance, and voltage.
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Now on to the meat of the kit, the tank. The included Five6 tank uses a proprietary coil switching technology compatible only with Kanger coil heads. You’ll find two of those coil heads included in this kit. To keep it simple, the tank lets you easily switch between single coil, dual coil, and triple coil on the fly using the adjustable rotating ring found at the bottom of the mod.
3 LED lights at the base of the tank are used to indicate whether a coil is active. Use the ring to cover up the LED and that coil instantly deactivates.
What’s really neat about this is as you switch between single, double, or triple coil modes, the Spider automatically adjusts its wattage accordingly. Switching to single coil mod automatically sets the device to 60 watts, double coil at 120 watts, and triple coil sets the device to 180 watts. While 180 or even 120 watts might seem a bit overkill for the majority of vapers out there, the wattage can still be tweaked to your liking.
Speaking of adjusting wattage, it can get a bit cumbersome thanks to Kanger’s alternative implementation to up/down wattage buttons. Instead of the classic method to make adjustments to the settings or output of the mod, Kanger makes use of a clickable scroll wheel.
While this makes menu navigation simple and straightforward, it can be a bit of a drag to make large adjustments to the mods wattage as you need to continuously scroll for a good amount of time before you hit the output level that you’re looking for.
The Kanger Spider by default comes with variable wattage mode and temperature control mode out of the box. Temperature control for the Spider supports nickel, stainless steel, and titanium coil heads giving you a good amount of options if you ever choose to vape with TC.
In case you aren’t a fan of the Five6 tank or simply just want to try out your own atomizer, the Kanger Spider fully supports that as well, and even goes out of its way by being capable of housing atomizers up to 32mm in diameter which should pretty much cover almost all of the atomizers available in the market as of this date.
The rounded edges of the Kanger Spider lend it a healthy air of ergonomics. The device is easy to hold, even for extended sessions, and the dimpled plastic back panel and firing button give the entire kit a nice grippy feel.
The battery life on the device is spectacular especially given its relatively small size and most vapers shouldn’t have a problem using the device for a whole day and only need to recharge it once per day.
The 2 amp charging rate also does a good job of topping up the Spider when it’s battery starts to run low, ensuring minimal vaping downtime.
The Kanger Spider is definitely one of the must-try kits. Even if you’re a beginner or an experienced vaper, The kit has a lot to offer in a sleek, portable, and ergonomic frame. It’s great for beginners due to the internal battery eliminating any need to recharge the device in the middle of the day, and fantastic for advanced vapers as well thanks to its sheer power output and multiple coil options.
If you are looking for something a good starter mod style vape check out the SMOK G150 and if you are just looking for the best check out the SMOK Procolor.
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