Sub Ohm Coils

Sub Ohm Vaping is the creme-de-la-creme for vaping enthusiasts who want larger vapour clouds, stronger flavour, and minimal nicotine. Sub ohm coils aid by maintaining a low resistance (less than 1 Ohm). Most Sub ohm vape kits will give you the option to choose which coil is best suited to your needs, and coils last around 5-10days depending on use per coil, so, check out your options below!

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What is a sub ohm coil?

A Sub Ohm coil is a coil with a resistance of below 1.00 Ohm. Sub Ohm coils usually will produce very dense vapour and have incredible flavour producing capabilities.

How many sub ohm coils come in a pack?

Usually you would expect to have either 3 or 5 coils within a pack of sub ohm coils. Manufacturers like Aspire usually will have a pack containing 5 coils and many Smok tank coils also come in either a pack of 3 or 5 depending on the model of vape tank.

What makes a Sub-ohm vape?

Sub-ohm vaping is a style of vaping that produce big clouds of vapour and a stupendous amount of flavour. This is achieved through using a sub-ohm device, which uses lower resistance coils that are typically less than 1ohm on a battery that can deliver a high wattage.

What is Direct to Lung vaping?

The idea here is to slowly and smoothly inhale the vapour directly to your lungs, as though you are breathing the vapour in, then exhale a magnificent cloud you don’t necessarily have to fill your lungs as the cloud-chasers do, but can take smaller inhales if you prefer.

What is the best E-Liquid ratio for Sub-ohming?

Typically, those who vape with a sub-ohm device prefer juice with higher vegetable glycerin (VG) to propylene glycol (PG) ratio because it produces more vapour and has less of a throat hit which enables a longer DTL inhale.

When should you change your coil?

The easiest way to know when to change your resistance coil is to pay attention to how it feels when you vape. If your regular e-liquid is losing its flavour, the vapour is generally starting to taste burnt, or it feels drier than usual, it’s probably time to change your resistance coil.