Replacement coils are what you need to continue vaping for as long as possible. It's important to change your ecig coils when you notice the flavour of your e-liquid has gone or it tastes burnt.
We stock a range of vape coils for all e-cigarette kits from Smok coils, Aspire, Uwell and Innokin along with many more brands from Mesh Coils to Standard coils.
The life of e cig coils vary depending on the usage and type of e-liquid you are using, we have a handy guide on how to get the most out of your coils. Our Vape Coils are also compatible with most brands like Thorvap
Next Gen Vaping is here. Here is a 5 pack of replacement coils for your One Tank. Available in 1.5 ohm, these coils guarantee a greater overall vap...View full details
The Smok TFV12 X6 replacement coils are for use with the Smok TFV12 Prince tank and come in a resistance of 0.15Ohm and work best between the watta...View full details
The Smok TFV8 V8 X-Baby Q2 Replacement Coils are replacement coils for the Smok TFV8 X-Baby tank. A great vaping tank for use with high VG juices.
The Smok M17 coils are for use with the M17 pen style kit and are available in either 0.4 Ohm or 0.6 Ohm and come in packs of 5.
The Smok TFV8 Baby Mesh coils are for use with the TFV8 baby beast tank and come in a resistance of 0.15 Ohm and the coils come in a pack of 5.
The highly anticipated Usonicig Zip Pod kit is finally here and boasting a 5000 puff per pod ratio, we can't help but think that's impressive! Grab...View full details
The Smok TFV8 V8 X-Baby T6 Replacement Coils come in 0.2 ohms and are compatible with the Smok X-Baby vape tank.
What is a coil?
A coil is the heating element within a vape tank. The coil will heat up and vapourise the e-liquid. The coils can be made from various materials including Titanium, Stainless Steel, Nickel or Kanthal, with Kanthal being the most popular choice for manufacturers.
How do you tell if a coil is MTL or DTL?
If the resistance of a coil is below 1.00 Ohm then it would be in the sub ohm category and if it 1.01 Ohm or above then it will be an MTL coil (standard coil).
How long does a coil last?
Coils tend to last roughly 5 - 10 days of use but this will depend on how thick the vape juice is that you are using, the power you have your device set to and how often you vape.
How do you prime a coil?
To prime a coil, you have to ensure that the cotton wick inside is fully saturated with E-Liquid. Many people will also fill their tank up with E-Liquid before use and leave it to stand for a period of time to sit before use just to ensure further saturation of the cotton.