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What exactly is a vape coil?
Most vape coils are made up of a wire covered in wick or cotton material, which soaks up the vaping liquid and draws it through the coil to create the delicious tasting vapour you get from your e-cigarette.
The coil is one of three components needed for vaping: the tank, which holds the liquid, the battery, which provides electricity, and the coil, which heats the liquid and converts it to vapour.
Coils are available in a variety of resistances or ohms, allowing you to tailor your vaping experience to your specific requirements. We’ll go over ohms and resistance in greater detail later.
When do you replace your coils?
The frequency at which you replace coils is determined by how much you vape. There is no hard and fast rule on how long a coil should last, and many variables, such as the type of liquid used and the wattage or temperature at which you vape, influence coil existence.
When your coil has to be changed, the flavour of your eliquid will diminish and you will notice a burnt flavour coming through.
The following is a general timeline focused on usage:
Heavy Vaper: Anyone who uses their kit on a daily basis may need to change coils every four to six days.
Medium Vaper: Someone who vapes on a regular basis can discover that coils may last up to fourteen days.
Light Vaper: Coils will last up to three weeks if used socially or sporadically during the day.
What coil can I use for my tank/kit?
The type of coil you need is determined by the brand of kit or tank you use. Since there is no universal coil that suits all tanks, it is critical that you pick the correct one for your setup. For example, if you own an SMOK Vape Pen 22, you will be unable to purchase a set of Aspires coils for use in that tank. Most brands, on the other hand, manufacture e cig coils that are compatible with various tanks or kits in their lineup.
What exactly are ohms, and which resistance can I use?
Ohms are the resistance at which your coil operates, and the ohms you choose will be determined by the vaping experience you need. Coils are available in resistances ranging from 0.15 to 2.8 ohms.
Sub Ohm coils run at 1.0 ohm or less and create more vapour while providing a warmer vape with more intense flavour. They are intended for use with higher VG liquids and will burn through liquid more quickly due to the lower resistance and higher temperatures you can vape at.
Higher Ohm coils, which run at 1 ohm or higher, emit less vapour and use less eliquid while vaping. They have a more mouth-to-lung vaping experience, simulating the inhale of a cigarette. They are used at a lower temperature to have a more potent throat hit. Higher ohm coils are preferred by people new to vaping or existing smokers looking to make the move for this purpose.