Kanger CUPTI is an All-in-One 75W TC mod with built-in tank with CLOCC atomizer feature. It is based on kangertech’s very first temperature control device the NEBOX and it addresses the leakage problem that the NEBOX had. The Cupti did not show signs of leakage. Performance is great and clouds are enormous. Good choice!
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In-Depth Kanger Cupti Review:
Kangertech’s latest device the all in one temperature control, Kangertech CUPTI Starter Kit. It is based on kangertech’s very first temperature control device the NEBOX. And Kanger did address the leakage problem that the NEBOX had – where the NEBOX filled from the bottom which was the source of the eJuice leakage problem.
The CUPTI has a wattage range of 70 to 75W and in Temperature Control mode has a range of 200 to 600°F (100-300°C). Power adjustments are in 0.1-watt increment and temperature adjustment is 10°F / 5°C.
CUPTI has Three Buttons – One is the firing button which is on the front side at the most top for easy use. The other Two are the temperature increase and decrease button (‘+’ and ‘–‘) which are on the top of the unit between the display and 510 threaded pin. A single 18650 battery powers the CUPTI and Kanger does include a charging cable that connects to the device via micro USB cord at the bottom of the unit. The battery door is spring loaded which is located at the bottom of the device. Kanger includes a wide bore drip tip installed on the device, the stainless steel coil pre-installed inside the device. They also included a second drip tip which is significantly smaller or otherwise known as a standard 510 driptip, a Nichrome coil, your charging cable and a pretty comprehensive manual which shows you about how to fill it, changing your coils and gives you all the specs of this unit, etc.
The CUPTI is a solid performer it produces a solid amount of vapor and the flavor from the Stainless Steel coil is rich and full. The buttons work well, the display is crisp and easy to read especially it’s on the top of the unit, switching between coil types, temperature control, and variable wattage modes are simple and intuitive. There was a gurgling noise and spatter of eJuice at first used but it will subside if frequently used.
Kangertech gave the CUPTI pretty decent features. It will fire a wide range of coils and temp control, and has that maximum power output of 75W, 2 coils are included in the box – that is the 0.5Ohm Stainless Steel CLOCC and a 1.5Ohm Ni-chrome CLOCC. It’s worth pointing out that Kanger is also going to release a CLRBA “CHILD LOCK Rebuildable Atomizer” for the CUPTI.
I do like the placement of the LCD Display on the top of the device, makes it really easy for me to see when vaping. And the adjustment buttons on top makes it resistant from pressing accidentally the temperature settings and etc,
Kanger includes a charging cable which is good but they put that micro-USB port at the bottom of the device which makes it impossible to have it charging on sitting upright – you have to lay it down to charge.
At first, I was in doubt that CUPTI will have the same leakage problem like it did on NEBOX. However, I have used this unit for 3 weeks now and there’s been no sign of leaking at all. I also feared that the micro-USB port on the bottom of the device can cause seepage when charging since the placement of the port is on the bottom, you have to charge the CUPTI laying one side. Plus, it has an internal tank and it can’t be remove – chances are? You might have some eJuice running while charging it.
BUT I HAVE NOT EXPERIENCE ANY LEAKING OR WHATSOEVER EVEN WITH THE CUPTI LAYING ON IT SIDE OVERNIGHT WITH EJUICE ON THE TANK.