The KBox box mod is an affordable, regulated device from Kangertech. In fact, its one of the best deals your going to find anywhere on a box mod. For less than $25 you get a simple, but reliable 40 watt regulated mod. Operation is dead simple on the KBox – there’s 2 buttons – a fire button and a “round robin” wattage selection button. Press the wattage button and it cycles up through the 7 preset wattage settings (8 watts, 13 watts, 20 watts, 25 watts, 30 watts, 35 watts, 40 watts). When you get to the top, it cycles back down to the bottom.
The 510 connection features a spring loaded pin so all of your RDA’s and tanks will fit flush on the mod. The KBox features short circuit, low resistance, reverse battery and overtime use protection so it is indeed a fully regulated device.
The minimum ohm load is .4 ohms so you can do lower builds on your RDA’s and tanks and they will work just fine on the KBox. I’ve found the sweet spot is generally around 1.0 ohm for a regulated device personally, but if you want to sub-ohm you certainly have that option.
The Kbox is made of an aluminum casing. The build quality is solid and the device is fairly light weight. It takes a single 18650 battery (not included). There are 2 sets of LED lights on the side, 1 indicates the remaining battery power and the other indicates the selected wattage. I really like that the KBox is dead simple to use. I think they should include a battery – this would help for beginners as you do need a decent battery in the device. My experience is when gear like this is so inexpensive, beginners will try to pair this up with an inexpensive battery which you do NOT want to do!
You must use a 20 amp or higher, IMR/INR high discharge battery.
Other than that, this is a very reliable, solid and affordable box mod. There’s been a hole in the market for a regulated mod like this for quite some time. I’m glad that Kangertech has stepped up to the plate with the KBox to fill it. This is kind of a no-frills device, but it gets the job done just fine.