Modelled to match the same colours offered in the popular Subox Mini kits, the KBox 70W adds an extra 20 watts of power, as well as Temperature Control for both Nickel and Titanium coils. Similar in shape to the iStick 50W released in 2015, the KBox 70W is comparatively a little bit smaller but feels great in the hand.
For those who don’t want to worry about 18650 batteries, the KBox 70W comes with an in-built high capacity 4000mah battery, which means you’ll be vaping all day long when paired up with Kanger’s own Subtank Mini tank.
The Subtank Mini also has optional Nickel coils, which can be used in temperature mode with this device. It’s also a great pairing for the Uwell Crown tank. Both run in the 40-60W range, so there’s plenty of power in this device to run a great tank and have a great, flavourful cloud.
How does it vape?
Just as you’d expect from one of the leading companies in the vape game, Kanger have made the KBox 70W a reliable, sturdy device. It looks great, and the vape matches. Running the Uwell Crown at 50W, we found the flavour and vapour production to be equal to the Joyetech eVic-VTC Mini.
But the KBox 70W looks even better with the black or white Subtank Mini attached – and this is really what it’s made for. Kanger have crafted a range of products that not only perform excellently – we achieved a full day of vaping with the Subtank Mini, and charging was quick and easy with the Micro USB port – but they look very appealing, too.
Is it worth upgrading from the KBox Mini included in the Subox Mini kit? If you’re finding 50 watts of power too limiting, then yes it is. The extra 20 watts powers a wider variety of tanks, so that’s a bonus. In addition, the KBox 70W allows you to run the Nickel Subtank coils in temperature mode, or the new and really quite amazing Kanger SSOCC Nickel coils in temperature mode, which will fit existing Subtanks.
For those looking for a high-powered vape, the single 18650 eVic-VTC Mini and the built-in battery Kanger KBox 70W should be serious considerations.