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Kanger CUPTI 75W TC Box Mod Overview

Kanger CUPTI 75W TC Box Mod

 

As most of you readers will recall Breazy was the first vendor on the planet to bring you news on the NEBOX Kit in 2015. With the recent announcement of a revamp of this unit we naturally had to be the first to give you an in-depth view on what you could expect with the new CUPTI 75W TC Box Mod.

The most important part of this overview is to address many of the initial concerns that are to be expect from owners of Kanger's first all in one device and set some clarification as to what you can actually expect. This being the first part of a multi-part overview we will touch on the basic and most noticeable improvements of the device.

The NEBOX which was released late in 2015 and while a very appealing product suffered from many flaws that over time became corrected by the vape community itself with Kanger eventually releasing its own recommendations for fixing those same issues. One of the biggest issues with the NEBOX was leaking, due to its bottom fill design and the fact that all airflow came from that same port over time you would end up with a pool of e liquid on the surface you placed your unit on. The  CUPTI 75W TC Box Mod addresses that from the start and features reinforced ports that prevent leakage unless you crack the device. This is the same reinforcement technique that can be found in the new Protank 4. Focusing more on the quality of your O-Rings, shifting some of the pressure off one port to handle two processes and introducing top airflow design means we finally get the all in one device we all look forward to.

Three full on hours spent with the  CUPTI 75W TC Box Mod and not one single leak occurred while the same can not be said for its predecessor. The  CUPTI 75W TC Box Mod is built like a brick house sans the unappealing flatness. Featuring dual layer paint finishes, an improved alloy zinc body, rugged footing, and even a beefier drip tip you can rest assured that you will have a device that can vape with the best of them and still fit comfortably in your pocket.