Vape coils – all you need to know

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What is a vape coil?

Vape coils are an essential part of the E-Cigarette experience. These tiny metal components heat up and vaporise your vape juice so that you can enjoy a flavourful puff every time! They come in all kinds of shapes, from coiled wire to sheets of mesh. No matter what set up you have, make sure it has one for maximum satisfaction with our 6 key points you should know about.

Do vape coils make a difference?

Vape coils come in a variety of shapes, sizes and even materials to give you the ultimate vaping experience. Standard coils have higher resistance than Sub-Ohm which allow for smaller vapour densities with use less wattage – perfect for subtle puffs if that’s your thing!
For those who are craving flavourful clouds with bold tones, opt for a coil below 1 ohm which will boost wattage whilst vaporising more E-Liquid as you go.
And don’t forget about ceramic coated wires; they may cost slightly more but boast longer lifespans due to their unique design!

Do all coils fit all vapes?

Changing your vape coil is no easy feat – it’s not a “one size fits all” kind of situation. Before you pick out that new replacement coil for your device, double check the brand and model specifics to make sure they’re compatible with each other. Not only do coils vary from one product or brand to another, but there are different types as well depending on whether you have a pod kit or sub-ohm tank; similarly high-powered kits require much tougher coils than low powered ones. So, keep in mind these factors when looking into replacing those old coils!

How do you know when the coil needs changing?

Keeping your vape in top shape isn’t hard – you just need to pay attention! Generally, coils can last 1-2 weeks but this could be changed depending on the E-Liquid being used and how often it’s vaped. Look out for bubbling sounds or a burnt taste when vaping as these are common indications that coil needs swapping soon – don’t worry though; learning about replacing your device is simple enough so get ready for an adventure into maintenance mode whenever needed!

How do you clean a burnt coil?

If you’ve ever tried to clean a burnt-out coil, it can be an incredibly difficult task. Unfortunately, with stock coils, their intricate design makes them hard to get back in working order but rebuildable ones have better luck. Just remove the wicking material and run the coil under water then give a short fire up afterwards to dry. Watch this quick video on how to do just that!

How long should you soak a coil?

If you’re new to vaping, it’s essential that when filling your tank with E-Liquid for the first time (or replacing a coil) – take some extra “soaking up” time before you start vaping. Allow approximately 5-10 minutes so your wicking material has enough of an opportunity to absorb as much liquid as possible. This helps prevent dry or burnt hits after taking a puff and ensures each drag is smooth and flavourful.

How can I make my coils last longer?

Looking to get the most life out of your coils? Priming them and using the right settings for each can really go a long way. Every coil comes with its own optimal power setting but keeping it closer to the maximum will cause wear-and-tear much faster – instead, try going for something on the lower end.

Additionally, taking breaks between drags allows more vape juice to soak in which is especially important when Sub-Ohm vaping as this method vaporises significantly more E-Liquid than typical devices. All these tips put together will help you maximize your coil lifetime and save some money along the way too!

Keep your coils kicking with the right E-Liquid! To extend their life, 50:50 PG/VG ratios are best as they provide a good level of thinning PG. Sub-Ohm vaping is typically done using thicker juices since those types of coils can better handle it.

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