OXVA Xlim Replacement Pods 0.8Ω/1.2Ω 2ml
OXVA Unipro Replacement Coils 0.3ohms/0.15ohms
Horizon Tech Sakerz 2in1 Mesh Coils 0.17ohm
Horizon Tech Sakerz Mesh Coils 0.16ohm
Voopoo TPP Replacement Pods Large (No Coil Included)
Voopoo TPP Replacement Coils
Voopoo TPP Replacement Coils DM1 0.15ohm
Voopoo Mesh Coil For Vinci Kit PnP-VM1 /VM3/ VM4/ VM5 / VM6
Smok RPM80 RGC Conical Mesh 0.17/DC 0.6MTL
Uwell Crown V Replacement Mesh Coil Single / Dual / Triple
Wotofo NexMesh Mesh Strips 0.16ohms/ 0.15ohms/0.13ohms
Smok Fetch Pro RGC Replacement Pods Large
What Is A Vape Coil?
Vape coils are atomiser heads that are used to turn vape e-liquid into vapour. When you buy vape coils from a store, you buy atomisers or atomiser heads that contain coils. A vape coil, a sub-ohm tank and a vape battery are the essential components in vape devices. A tank holds e-liquid, a battery supplies power to the coil, and a coil is a heating element that heats the liquid.
How Vape Coil & Wire Works?
The coil consists of thin wire which is wrapped in a wicking material. The vape coil wire is encased in cotton that holds the e-liquid. When a device is activated for use, the coil gets heated. The cotton wicks the heat away from the vape coil, and the e-liquid gets converted to vapour because of heat.
Vape coils often come with different resistance options. The resistance of the vape coil is measured in ohms, and it can be high or low.
High resistance coil is generally used for regular vapour production and mainly used in lower power. It produces a cooler vapour and is suitable for most e-cigs. Meanwhile, a low resistance coil generally needs high power. It produces large clouds of warmer vapour and is not ideal for most e-cigs.
Vape accessories like vape coil have to be replaced periodically. Continuous use of the same vape coil will become too stained to perform effectively. So, it is better to replace your coil at least once a week.
We recommend cleaning vape coils from time to time to avoid the awful taste of vape. Cleaning and replacing an old coil with a fresh one is a must to have a great vaping experience.
Types of Vape Coils
Whether you choose to build your vape coils or prefer pre-made coils, Vapecircle supplies a wide range of coils from top manufacturers. If you want to build your own vape coil, then there are many videos and resources available.
Currently, there are four types of coils based on their differences in materials and structure. They are Ceramic Coils, Mesh Coils, Temperature Control Coils and Rebuildable Coils. We recommend trying different coils to help you to figure out which coil suits most for you. So, keep experimenting and discover your preferred coil.
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Vape Coils FAQ's
1. What are vape coils?
Vape Coils are the essential components of vape devices that heat the e-liquid and create vapour. When a device is activated, the vape battery delivers power to a coil and gets heated. When you inhale, the heated coil vaporises the e-liquid.
2. What are vape coils made of?
The wire inside the vape coil can be made of several materials. However, some of the most common materials to make vape coils are Kanthal, Nichrome, Nickel, Stainless steel, and Titanium.
3. How to clean the vape coil?
Cleaning vape coils is a simple process. First, carefully disassemble your vape and remove wicks and atomiser. Then place the atomiser under the running water and lightly brush it with a toothbrush. Rinse one more time and then leave it to dry.
4. How do you know when to change your coil vape?
When you experience a burnt taste, gurgling sound, low vapour production, and faded e-liquid flavour, you usually have to change the coil. If there is anything unusual, it’s time to change it.
5. How long does a coil last?
A new coil can last from anywhere between one and two weeks. However, frequent vapers need to replace it more often. If you are a heavy vaper, you can expect to replace your coil every five to seven days. It can last up to two weeks for moderate and light vapers and as long as three weeks. The lasting of coils also depends on your vaping habit and the kit used.