Published on February 8th, 2015 | by AJ


Kanger Aerotank Turbo Review

The Kanger Aerotank Turbo is the one of the biggest tanks Kanger has released to date. It matches similarly to the likes of the Aerotank Mega and joins a stainless steel body with a durable glass inner tank.

The Aerotank Turbo distinguishes itself with its two dual-coil vapor production units designed to give maximum flavor and cloud cover with every draw. The guys at Kanger are dubbing it “Quad Coil”. Let’s see how good it is.

Kanger Aerotank Turbo Specs

  • Dimensions: 2 3/8” (L), 1 3/16” (D)
  • Capacity: 6.0mL
  • 510 Threading
  • Improved Adjustable Airflow Control
  • Uses Two Dual-Coil Atomizers
  • Replaceable Atomizer Heads
  • Adjustable Contact
  • Pyrex Glass Tank

What’s New? Kanger Aerotank Turbo



The all-new Aerotank Turbo brings quad-coil vaping technology to the general vaping public for the first time by employing a pair of adjustable dual coil atomizers, ensuring that every drop of its advertised 6.0mL capacity delivers the most possible flavor.

Another new feature for the Kangertech Aerotank Turbo is the adjustable airflow valve, allowing users to play with the intake level by use of a control ring at the center of the tank.


The tank also features an adjustable battery connection to allow use with a wider range of equipment. Essentially, this new model is a performance-tuned version of the established Kanger tanks.

>>Check out the Aerotank Turbo prices, reviews, rating and description over at<<

 Kanger Aerotank Turbo Threading

The Kanger Aerotank Turbo is fitted with standard 510 threading, making it compatible with a wide variety of equipment. Its 1 3/16” diameter and power-intensive operation means those interested in this tank would be best served with a more powerful mod.

We suggest either a box mod, mech mod or other large-form mod to get the best out of their vaping experience with this tank. Leave your eGo threaded batteries behind and check out our Exclusive Vape Mod Guide.

Quad Coils



A pair of replaceable dual-coil atomizers make this tank the first widely available quad-coil device. Kanger recommends using two coils of the same resistance level with this tank, so be careful when purchasing replacement coils

The powerful quad coil design turns the volume way up on juices, and so it can help you discover the finer nuances of your most consistently vaped e-liquids, but can also amplify the flaws in poor quality juices.


Since quad-coils are relatively new and likely to become much more commonplace, now is a good time to make sure your mod and the batteries it uses are capable of handling the standard 1.8 ohm dual coils used by the Kanger Aerotech Turbo as well as any other configuration you want to experiment with.

>>Check out the Aerotank Turbo Replacement coils prices, reviews, rating and description over at<<

Adjustable Airflow

The adjustable airflow feature of the Kanger Aerotank is one of our favorites, and we can’t wait to see more manufacturers realize this level of user control is what the vaping community has come to expect from higher-end devices.

About the Tank Size

aerotank turbo


Build quality on the Kanger Aerotank Turbo is outstanding, with the stainless steel body and pyrex glass tank of the unit giving the look and feel of high caliber equipment.

The control ring for the adjustable airflow feels sturdy and slides into place with a tactile click.

Less universally ideal aspects of the Aerotank Turbo include its size and bulk, but it’s not meant to be a small tank with its 6 ml capacity and we think that anyone who goes out of their way for it has decided that it’s worth the trade-off.


The vapor density delivered by the dual Kanger Aerotank Turbo coils can also prove too much for some users, but that’s another intentional side effect of its design and there are many other options on the market for users who prefer to inhale significantly more air.

Use More Juice: Avoid Leaks

One of the most common issues with new users of advanced tanks like the Aerotank Turbo is leakage, usually due more to newbies like pouring the juice down the hole that leads to the battery than bad design.

You can keep more juice in your tank and less in your pocket by making sure the base is firmly secured after refilling, by keeping the tank at least 1/3 filled to better maintain the seal, as well as replacing atomizers every two weeks or so to keep them in good repair.

When your tank begins to leak, just remove it from the mod, wrap a piece of tissue paper around the battery end of the tank, and blow into it as hard as you can.

Similar Clearomizers

Kanger Subtank review headerThere might not be huge similarities between the Aerotank Turbo and the Subtank, besides that they both can hold 6 ml of your all day vape.

How about sub-ohming capabilities? The Kanger Subtank offers it. How about new and improved Organic Cotton Coils? Subtank has it.

>>Check out our full review on the Kanger Subtank Clearomizer Here<<

Aspire Atlantis Review - Sub Ohming Cloud Chasing

 Another similar clearomizer on the market that will open your eyes to the power of clearos is the brand new Aspire Atlantis. 

While it only hold 2.0 ml of e juice, the Atlantis comes with a Bottom Vertical Coil Design and has sub-ohming capabilities as well, allowing you to chase the clouds.

 >>Check out our full review on the Aspire Atlantis Clearomizer Here<<

Compatible Mods

Firing up those four Kanger Aerotank Turbo coils takes plenty of juice, so that means you’ll need a fairly powerful mod to get the most out of it. What does that mean?

That means you’ll need to be in the market to look for a more powerful vaping mod than your little eGo stick you’ve been used to. Here’s a run down of the best compatible mods for 2015:

VOX 50 VaporFi Mod

Released late last year, the VaporFi Vox 50 mod didn’t get much attention or hype on social media. But this device delivers.

It fits in the palm of your hand and comes with some serious power with both variable voltage and wattage capabilities.

>>Check out our full review on the VaporFi Vox 50 mod Here<<

svd 2.0 review header

Another great mod compatible with the Aerotank Turbo would be the iTaste SVD 2.0. This is a newer release among Innokins’ ever popular iTaste line.

Made out of stainless steel and having a popular 510 threading, look for this mod to power your mid to high end devices.

>>Check out our full review on the iTaste SVD 2.0 Here<<


Final Thoughts

 By all accounts, the Kanger Aerotank Turbo is a more than a worthy addition to the Kanger line. The tank delivers extremely high vapor density when used with a quality mod, and flavors activated by the tank are clear, pronounced, and unmistakable.

Overall, experienced vapers looking for a tank that makes their investment in a powerful mod more rewarding would do well to look to the Kanger Aerotank Turbo. This massive monster delivers all the capacity, vapor quality, flavor and throat hit that most anyone could want, and does it like no other tank on the market with its supercharged four coil design.

>>Check out the Aerotank Turbo prices, reviews, rating and description over at<<

Share Your Thoughts

Share your thoughts on the Kanger Aerotank Turbo in the comments below!

Thanks for reading, and vape on!

6 Responses to Kanger Aerotank Turbo Review

  1. Joel benoit says:

    Great tank. Beefy monster. Feels real solid. Gas guzzler but with a beast like this its expected.

  2. Bill C says:

    Damn I love this tank, not just because the volume of vapor and awesome flavor but because it’s just as cool as hell, it’s a monster and it looks great and it’s massive size has substantial weight to it making it feel like a solid well built monstrosity, however there are a couple minor design flaws that could use some tweaking in order to make it an even more awesome tank.

    The first issue is the takedown ring is difficult to use, the problem is its flush with the top and bottom halves, it’s only 3/8″ to 1/4″ inch wide so it’s hard to get a solod grip to turn it to open or close the tank, and trust me you want to be sure you that ring nice and tight to get a solid seal and to prevent leaks, maybe if it were a bit wider and raised a little higher then the rest of the tank and had a more aggressive texture then it would be better, but once you get used to it, it’s a little easier but still could use a little improvement

    The next issue is man it eats atomizers like there’s no tomorrow, I mean my first set of atomizers went in less then 48 hours, and the next set didn’t last much longer, it also will suck a battery dry in half the time as a dual coil tank or a subohm tank, if you use two 1.8 ohm coils your final resistance ends up being between .8 ohms and 1.0 ohms, I have a few kangertech subtank mini’s with .5 ohm coils, so I figured if this tank is already low ohm/subohm it should be able to handle true subohm operation so when I ordered extra coils I ordered two boxes of 1.0 ohm atomizers to get me right at .5 ohmsa with it at .5 ohms now, it’s working a lot better and I’m on my third or fourth day with this set of atomizers, and they are still going strong so if your mod and batteries can handle it you should try vaping it at true subohm resistance by using the two 1.0 ohm Kanger atomizers, it’s like they were made for this tank.

    I swapped the tank from my single battery mod to my dual battery mod which is an IPv4, before I was going through at least two batteries a day in a single battery mod but in my dual battery IPv4 I’m on my third day so far with the batteries in it now and it’s down to about 40% remaining charge so you might want to use a dual battery mod.

    All in all I’m really happy with this tank, it works great especially with the subohm configuration on a dual battery mod, right now I’m running it at about 26.5 watts and it seems to be the perfect setting, if you want to save money on a tank this one isn’t going to be for you because it is t cheap, and there’s no way to rebuild those teeny tiny coils in the atomizers and Kanger hasn’t came up with an RBA yet either and coils are at least a buck fifty a piece to over two bucks each so that’s three to five bucks a set, so it can be a bit more expensive then a tank that uses a single atomizer, and maybe in the near future Kanger might make a RBA set for it.

    There is one more little thing, it’s the evaporative chamber type thing under the mouthpiece, it gets a lot of built up liquid in there, I mean a lot so I take a small piece of organic Japanese cotton or a piece of cotton bacon, and set it around the inside and screw the top piece back on that way if you have it laying down or it ends up upside down the liquid in that chamber won’t leak out as easily and when it gets saturated I toss the old cotton, dry it out with a paper towel and Pop in a fresh piece. I suppose you could squeeze the liquid back into the tank or bottle but I just toss it in the trash.

    So there you have it, even with the minor design flaws it’s still one of my favorite tanks, and I have several subtank mini’s and other Aspire and Kanger tanks, I even have a nice zephyrus tank too and love them all, but for some reason this is my favorite tank, maybe it’s because it’s solid and tough looking where I think it’s damn near indestructible? I don’t know what it is, but it’s big and pretty and works great and that’s even with a couple small flaws so imagine how great it would be if Kanger improved on the design? It does also go through the E liquid fast, but hey it’s running two atomizers and four coils so, I love it and I love it even more on a dual battery mod running the coils at .5 ohms, it’s running as a true subohm not just lowohm . I could go on even more about it but I’ve already written a small book about it so I’ll leave it at that and just say if your thinking about trying it be prepared for a big solid built heavy duty tank because she’s a bigun, you’ll need a good mod and batteries, and the price of using two atomizers can get a bit expensive, I bought two five coil packs for $9.80 each so that’s $19.60 for spare coils that might only last three or four days per set, so keep these things in mind if you want to try this tank, but don’t let them discourage you either because the tank is worth the cost of the atomizers and a good mod and batteries will help you get the most out of this tank and it’s worth it, also it’ll get some serious hey check that big sucker out, it’s wider then my biggest mod.. Anyway hope you love this tank as much as I do



  3. Robert Davis says:

    I actually found a fix for that, well… I kind of researched it and found it, but you do not have to use the dual coil silica wick coils, if you get the new VOCC single coiled versions in which they use cotton, the flavor and whole experience is much better! I have 2 of the Kanger Vocc single coil heads 0.8 ohms each and it is pretty awesome! These coil heads have more flow abilities as well so you rarely ever get a burnt taste or dry hit. Still, it is not sub ohm vaping like the sub tanks that are here now so you kind of have to go back to vaping sort of like those aggrivating pens… Still, the Kanger Aerotank Turbo is definitely worth the money!

    • Bill C says:

      You know I was 99.99% sure that the VOCC atomizers were dual coil atomizers just like the atomizers that come with the turbo tank, but I went and double checked it just to make sure, and they are dual coil atomizers, so the only difference between the standard coils and the VOCC is that the VOCC uses organic cotton wicking material, and the standard coils use the other wick material, also when your using the .8 ohm VOCC atomizers or the other ones too, you are actually subohm vaping, because your using two .8 ohm atomizers so the actual resistance is actually .4 ohms which is well within the subohm range, I actually use the 1.0 ohm VOCC atomizers on my turbo and it comes in at .5 ohms and works great…

      With kangertech products the atomizers are model specific, each atomizer fits a specific set of tanks, and none of the single coil Kanger atomizers will work in the turbo, the base and the body sections are too different as is the chimney section, this is the reason they aren’t universally interchangeable and when you do try to use a different atomizer then the one meant for the tank it’s going to leak liquid and leak air and not seal right, and most of the time won’t even Vape because the bottom of the atomizer doesn’t make contact with the pin on the base that connects to the mod that fires the coils… Anyway just wanted to tell you that yes the VOCC coils are different from standard coils, but the difference is just the wick material, plus you have lower resistance atomizers to get down into the subohm range so have a great Vape and have a great day too

  4. Juan Santona says:

    I recently purchased the turbo, and I must say I was disappointed. At first it was giving off a huge burnt taste, (yes is soaked the coils and let it sit.). I tried a range of wattage (15-30) and it still wasn’t working well. I took the thick Vgod juice I was using out and put a thinner juice in and it worked much better. Though when I get to 24w it starts to taste burnt again. But when used at 22w it works optimal. I prefer my subtank to it, but it’s not a complete miss.

    • Bill C says:

      Juan, I had a set of atomizers go out real quick with this tank too, because they are so small and the wick is also tiny if you accidentally fire them before they are saturated or have your mod turned up too high you can ruin the coils and they won’t ever taste right again, if you make sure you don’t use high vg liquids which are harder on coils and do not wick as well as thinner juices, high vg juices work best with atomizers that are bigger like those on a subohm tank like the subtank mini, there’s also really tiny holes on the turbos atomizers that restrict high vg liquids from wicking as well, that’s why when you went to a lower vg based liquid it worked better for you..

      If you were to order the VOCC organic cotton coils which are also dual coil atomizers, and go with either the 1.0 ohm or the .8 ohm versions you’ll be vaping at true sub ohm resistance, I use the 1ohm coils and I am at .5 ohms at 26.5 watts and it’s great and they are lasting a lot longer for me too, I’m using my turbo on an IPv4 and the batteries last me a few days where my SMOK BT50 I had to change my battery twice a day because the turbo requires a lot of battery power so try a dual battery mod too if your batteries die too fast for you? Anyway I hope this helps you get a better Vape from your turbo? I know it made a big difference on mine, my vapor tastes better and the atomizers don’t go bad as fast too so give it a second chance at greatness and it’ll surprise the hell out of you if you try the different atomizers and lower vg liquids, also not all mod’s are the same, 26.5 watts on my IPv4 might not give you the same performance as your mod will give you with the turbo so you might need to go higher or lower on the wattage? So try a few different settings before you pass judgement on the turbo

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