VooPoo Coils feature a multi-mesh design. This enables even heat distribution when they're being used, it also allows for a longer lasting coil and improved flavours.
The 0.15Ω VM6 PNP coils can be used for MTL vaping (mouth-to-lung) due to their low resistance. They won't best between 60 to 80W.
VooPoo Coils last for around a full day, regardless of what one you use. If you're a heavy vape then you'll probably need to recharge during the day.
VooPoo Coils feature Kanthal wiring and 100% Organic Japanese Cotton due to its durability and strength. Japanese cotton also encourages a faster transmission of the E-Liquid to the coil.
For those who vape, or know about the world of vaping use the word coils. They're actually technically atomizer heads. The coil is a component inside the atomizer. Just in case anyone says that word to you in future, you know what they're talking about!
The coil of a vape is basically the main component of your E-Ciggarette or Mod. It heats up the e-liquid and vaporises it.
If you're new to vaping then you probably won't know when your VooPoo coils need to be changed. Here's a few tips:
If your vape tastes burnt then this is one of the biggest signs that you need to change the coil. Gurgling sounds when vaping is also a sign, strange tastes and also leaks. Just a heads up!
The average user gets about two to three thousand puffs on every coil. that's a lot of vaping!
Many VooPoo coils can be washed (not all so be careful). You can do this by dampening a microfibre cloth (or paper towel) with alcohol to clean the affected area(s). Follow by rinsing with warm water, and leave to dry. The most favoured choice of alcohol is ethanol.
We have a range of VooPoo coils on our website for you to choose from. If you're still unsure which one is best for you then you can contact us via Facebook Messenger on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/VAPOURVAPE
Q: My VooPoo coil has burnt out but I haven't been using it for long?
A: Some of the possible causes for this may be:
1. You're vaping too often
2. You haven't put enough E-Liquid in there
3. You're using the wrong settings
4. You're vaping too often
5. You didn't prime the coil before vaping
You can try the following to solve:
1. To prime the coil simply vape on a low wattage for the first several puffs
2. Fill the liquid over the required minimum line, not too much though!
3. Ensure that the coil you're using is in the same range as the MOD
4. Saturate the cotton completely and leave to stand for 5-10 minutes before usage
Q: What is a Sub Ohm Coil?
A: A Sub Ohm Coil is a coil with a resistance below 1.0 ohm. The lower the Ohm, the better the vapour and flavour.
Q: My coil is making a popping noise, is this normal?
A: Don't panic! This is perfectly normal and a sign of your liquid heating up.
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