The NEBOX is well-loved by vapers, but KangerTech wanted to correct its flaws as well as add even better features to enhance user experience.
The most noticeable difference between the NEBOX and the CUPTI 75W is size. For small hands, it can be quite uncomfortable to grip a mod that’s almost as wide as a pack of cigarettes. The new CUPTI is more compact than the NEBOX so it’s easier to hold.
Due to its size downgrade, the CUPTI can only store 5ml of e-juice which is half the whopping 10ml capacity of the NEBOX tank.
The petite form factor also meant making the OLED screen and fire button smaller on the CUPTI. The display and adjustment buttons have also been moved to the top near the drip tip instead of the side of the device.
Although they seem to look the same from afar, the CUPTI has made crucial changes to the NEBOX design. The CUPTI tank can now be accessed from the top – making changing coils and adding juice super easy, convenient, and mess-free.
One of the major changes in the CUPTI is the composition of the liquid chamber. The NEBOX has a fixed tank made of plastic, which as we all know is not ideal for acidic juices. The CUPTI now has a Pyrex glass tank that you can remove for cleaning.
The old battery cover which was sealed in the NEBOX has also been replaced with a slide-out latch so you don’t have to use a coin or tool to pry it open when swapping batteries.
The Kanger CUPTI starter kit now comes with two different drip tips – a wide bore mouthpiece for DL vaping and a slim 510 drip tip for MTL.
In the NEBOX, the airflow is fixed to the base of the atomizer. The CUPTI offers more customization options in terms of air intake with an adjustable airflow control valve near the drip tip. The cup shape of the tank plus the top airflow system makes the CUPTI completely leak-free.
The mod itself has been updated – the CUPTI tops off at 75 watts compared to the 60W NEBOX.