Standard Coils

Replacement Coils for Mouth to Lung tanks are a necessity and last typically between 5 - 10 days, but this is dependent on how much they are used and the amount E-liquid you use. Standard MTL Vape Coils normally come in packs of either 3 or 5 and vary in resistances from tank to tank. From our selection, we are confident that you will be able to find the best mouth to lung coils that will enable you to fully enjoy the benefits of a quality vaping experience.

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What are standard coils?

Standard coils are also known as mouth to lung (MTL) coils and will have a resistance above 1.0 Ohm.

How many coils come in a pack?

These coils usually will come in a pack of 3 or 5 and will be for use within an MTL vape tank.

Are there coils for all tanks?

Most tanks do now use replacement coils, either sub ohm or MTL. The coils will be determined by the resistance and are the main heating element within the tank. Replacement coils in a vape tank tend to last between 5 - 10 days before needing to be replaced. Depending on how often you use your tank will determine how long you coils will last.

What is a standard coil?

A standard coil is more often know for being used with MTL devices (Mouth to Lung) It is called standard because are the most popular among new vapers, or those who prefer a low-profile vaping method.

Which is the best coil for flavour?

If it's high flavour what you are aiming to get, we at UK ECIG STORE would recommend a Sub-Ohm coil, in order words a coil that retains a resistance lower than 1 ohm, such as 0.5 Ohm, 0.4 Ohm and so on.

What ohms should you choose?

There are many different coil resistances available in the market, but to keep it simple, first you need to know what faping style you prefer. If you desire a draw most similar to a cigarette, then we recommend coils with a resistance above 1 Ohm, like 1.2 Ohm. Instead, if you are aiming for big clouds and flavour like a shisha, lower coil resistances should be your goal, like 0.6 or 0.4 Ohms

What is the life span of a coil?

A coil's life time can depend on different factors like the type of e liquid utilised and the way you utilise your vape. If you utilise e liquids with a higher percentage of VG (Vegetable Glycerine) and a substantial quantity of sugars, then you are likely to see your coil going bad earlier than you would expected. Also taking long drags with your device can compromise the lifetime of the cotton within your coil. In average coils can last anywhere between 5 to 14 days, but you should see this number rise if you happen to be a casual vaper.