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KangerTech Kbox 70
Kangertech Kbox 70
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KangerTech Kbox 70

For those that didn’t already know, Kanger has really began topping the charts with its latest product releases, the Kbox Series being one of the most popular.  In fact, it’s received so much success that they’re planning to continue the series, offering even more from the highly affordable Kbox.  Their latest release into the series is the all new KangerTech Kbox 70.

The new Kbox 70 mod offers all the latest and most popular features that will be sure to entice you, and its design is something you may already be some-what familiar with, as it has similarities to Eleaf’s iStick 50W Mod.  However, what you can expect from the Kbox 70 is the industry’s favorite technology, temperature control.  You’ll also have the ability to run up to 70 watts and be able to support resistances as low as 0.1Ω.  A spring-loaded 510 center pin is also available, and when it comes to battery life, you can take advantage of the 4000mAh built-in battery.  For charging, a micro-USB charging port is also available.


At this time, the only information on its release date that Kanger would share was “soon,” so there isn’t we can share on that.  Unfortunately, there wasn’t any information shared on the retail price either, but we can assume it’ll be in the $60 to $70 price range.

What are your thoughts on the design? Do you feel that the design looks to close to an iStick 50W? Do you think this device will end up in your arsenal?  Let us know in the comments below!

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  • how long to charge battery? If battery is no good, do you have to replace the whole thing?? if so where to buy in Brampton Ontario

    • If the battery is built into the device (which it is), then yes you will need to purchase a new device. You may be able to find one just like it or a new device online that will ship to your residence.

  • Great unit for burning up coils, cant seem to lock wattage for whatever reason. So when you take it out of your pocket wattage is maxed out at 70 when i use it at 12. I wish my eleaf was still kicking



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