• Dimensions: 3-5/16″ x 1-7/8″ x 1″ (Without Tank)
  • Spring-loaded 510 Contact Pin
  • Temperature Control : Nickel / Titanium / SS316L / Ni-Chrome
  • Temperature Control Range: 100 – 300C / 200 – 600F
  • Wattage Output: 7-75W
  • Resistance Range: 0.1 – 2.5ohm
  • Micro Charging USB Port (DC 5V/1000mAh)
  • Requires (1) High Amp 18650 Battery (Sold Separately)
  • OLED Display Screen
  • Magnetized Battery Cover for Easy Battery Access
  • Side Switch Button
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Low Battery Indicator
  • High Temperature Protection

Juppi Tank Highlights:

  • Dimensions: 1-15/16″ x 7/8″ (Including Drip Tip and Threads)
  • 22mm Diameter
  • 510 Threaded
  • 3.0ml e-Liquid Capacity
  • Top Fill Design
  • Glass Tank
  • Symmetric Airflow Slots
  • Cone Drip Tip Design
  • Unique Kanthal Rewickable 0.2ohm Juppi Atomizer Head
  • Coil Design Allows for Efficient Heating Surface Area
  • Similiar to the NotchCoil Design Structure
  • Comes Preinstalled with Organic Cotton

Kangertech Juppi Starter Kit

Kangertech has introduced another product, the Kanger JUPPI Starter Kit. This includes the JUPPI 75W TC box mod and JUPPI Tank.

The Juppi box mod is equipped with Temperature Control mode that supports, Nickel, Titanium, Stainless Steel 316 and Ni-Chrome wires. This box requires a single 18650 battery. It has an adjustable wattage that ranges from 7W – 75W. The TC mode has a range of 100 – 300C, and has a resistance range of 0.1 – 2.5ohms.

Looking at the Juppi Box mod, the body is made out of stainless steel. It has an L-shape design in which the atomizer is not sitting on top of the mod. Rather, it sits on the side of the mod much like with the RX75 by Wismec.

At the back side, will be the battery cover and which is being held by two magnets. It has a little thumb tab at the bottom to help you open the cover.

From the top side of the mod the firing button can be located. I find this positioning of the fire button a bit irritating because when I tried to puff, my fingers were somehow covering the airflow of the atomizer.

At the front, there is the small LED screen which displays the battery indicator, wattage, voltage reader and ohm reader. It also displays the menu for the temp control for Nickel, Titanium, Stainless Steel and Ni-Chrome.

Below the LED screen are two buttons for controlling/navigating the menu.

At the bottom of the controls, you see the micro USB port for upgrading the firmware and for charging. Although I suggest not charging your batteries directly from the mod, it is still safer and faster using external chargers.

Due to the L-shape design of the mod, it can only accommodate 22mm atomizers.

The Juppi Tank has a 3ml capacity glass tank with a top fill design that measures 22mm in diameter.

The Juppi Tank uses a delrin top cap that includes a non-removable drip tip.

At the bottom of the tank, you will see the airflow holes which are non-adjustable. I find the airflow holes’ size considerable but I am looking for much bigger slot or at least an adjustable airflow control.

This tank uses a unique coil structure that is very similar to Notch Coil used in Wismec Theorem. The good thing about this coil head is that you can replace the wick; it’s not that easy though. The package also comes with a 0.2ohm Kanthal coil head.

The Juppi tank can be easily taken apart for cleaning, but it will be a little messy since the design of the coil head is quite complicated, wherein the cotton is hanging out on one of its sides.

I tested the kit using the preinstalled 0.2ohms coil head with the mod at 45W Power Mode and high VG juice. The cloud production is nice and cold though lacking in flavor.

Testing the tank at 60W and still on Power Mode, I got superb taste and decent amount of clouds, however, the vapor was a little warmer.

After 15 minutes of vaping at 60W, the glass heated significantly. And with its unique design, I always end up touching the hot glass when vaping. I managed to change the way I hold the mod, it worked, but it was not very comfortable.

For comparison, I used my Geekvape Ammit reading at 0.23ohms at the same setting as above, 60W at Power mode. The taste is almost the same but the cloud is noticeably more than that of the Juppi tank. I think that the limited airflow is hurting the vapor production of the Juppi tank.


  • Very sturdy build. Using stainless steel for the body gave it a strong feel on the mod.
  • Replaceable batteries.


  • The design of the mod limits the atomizers that you can use.
  • The top cap is grinding on the top of the mod when unscrewing to refill that juice.
  • The positioning of the firing button is a big design flaw for me.
  • Non-adjustable airflow, I think it would be safer for the attys to have an adjustable airflow so the users have the option if they want more air with the vapour.
  • It would be nice if the battery is included in the package.

Final Verdict:

The Kanger Juppi Starter Kit works well for a starter kit, so we cannot expect chunky clouds. The unique coil build produce superb flavor but you have to wait for a couple of minutes to let the cotton completely saturate. This is a good mod for a whole day of vaping, but it I cannot consider it as one the best. For me, the firing button killed it.

What’s in the Box?

    1 x Kanger Juppi Box Mod
    1 x Kanger Juppi Tank
    1 x Juppi 0.2ohm Atomizer Head
    1 x Set of Spare O-Rings
    1 x Micro USB Cable