10 x Ceramic cores
Tired of the dry hits?
Are you ready to change the way you vape?!
The answer is here, ceramic coil.
compared to normal core ,the advantages are:
1,no burning smell even when you vape it dry without ejuice for seconds
2. Pure flavor, improving your vaping experience
3,Healthier, No Cotton. Only ceramic
4,Long life-time, 2-3 months or longer, if not abused with high wattage.
Recommended wattage 30w-75w
You can use this core in any rda, if deck space allows you.
Diameter: 8.00MM (0.315in)
Height NO LEADS: 6.75mm( 0.266in)
Height WITH LEADS: 37.90mm(1.491in)
MAKE SURE TO PRIME COIL PRIOR FIRING AND AFTER FIRING
WARNING: This is a Sub-ohm Resistance atomizer. It should only be used by experienced users, extra safety precautions should be practiced when using a sub ohm tank. This atomizer will only work on a mechanical mod or a regulated mod capable of firing sub-ohm atomizers and coils. For example, if you have a 0.5ohm coil, your mod must be able to fire atomizers of 0.5 or lower. You must ensure that your batteries can handle sub-ohm atomizers and coils. If you're using a regulated mod, make sure it can handle the amps. Improper use can lead to injury or damage. For mechanical mod users. please use a 30amp Battery or Higher.
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Pretty much same review I left with the other ones: pure clean flavor! Took me a bit to get these working the way they are supposed to and I think it's just learning to wick correctly for the rda/rta you are using. It's slightly different from using coils. Once you get it going you will notice the difference in flavor. I repeat: it provides a cleaner purer flavor!
I put these in to mu dual coil dripper and my single coil Russian. I like that there is temperature buffering effect. The ceramic keeps the coil from heating as quickly. I can have longer draws without having hot throat hits. I am vaping at 50w from my Fuchai 213w with a Tobh Atty and love smooth, consistent draws.
good to the last drop
using it in the tfv4 rba greate flavor little slow ramp up
I received the goods and I installed my first coil easily, but when I tried to rewick them things got crazy. I cannot totally blame the product as it may be me destroying it. I ve installed them successfully on a krixus tank but rewicking was a real hell. The pins fell off and also the space for the cotton was minimal. I'll definitely try the smaller ones just in case.malso some leakage surfaced but it might be the thin layer of cotton I used. We will see....the flavor was awesome though.
I bought these ceramic to rebuild some of the disposable atomizers that I have for several tanks that I own. It worked, they fit in every tank that I own and work better than the factory coils that came with these tanks. If you are trying to save money and have great flavor amazing vapor, then buy these coils. I have tried multiple coils These by far the best ones that I have come across. I also figured out that they work great without any wick , on certain tank's
I purchased a package of 10 ceramic cores for the purpose of installing them in some of my RBD atomizers if it fits. Guess what, it perfectly in my Krixus deck like it was made for it. What I did was snugly wrap some Japanese cotton on the ceramic core as a seal to prevent leaks and as a pre-wick by capillary action for the liquid. It now vapes as well as the Vaporesso cCoils, the flavor is equal with the Vaporesso PLUS it has more airflow than the Vaporesso. As compared to the original Krixus ceramic coil, it is cooler, needs less power (40-50 watts), the flavor got sweeter and quite a bit cheaper. It is quite an accomplishment considering they don't cost an arm and a leg. If you have a Krixus or a Dolphyn, rejoice, use the LeCig coils instead of the tungstin ceramic heaters that came with them.
The coils are well made. The installation for the Smok Micro One coils was not that hard. Getting them installed without leaking was not. I have only had time to try once. When things settle down I will go with the advice I got from the guys at LeCig and see if I am successful. I am confident that I will be able to get these working. Its just going to take a little finesse. I'm not advanced with coils or mods so this is a new experience for me. I'm sure a pro would not have any issues. Overall I'm happy and think they represent themselves properly.
Bought this for ease of juice testing, but don't forsee using it for everyday vape.