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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I used mine to replace the Smok micro coils, it takes a few goes to get it right, but once you have the cotton in the right place, its well worth the effort!! TIP:- soak the cotton with juice and wrap the cotton around the ceramic.
Hi Lecig, could you please include in the product description what type of metal the LEGS and actual metal part of the coil are made out of? Is this kanthal? nichrome? Stainless Steel? Nickel? Furthermore, would it be possible for you to offer this coil for sale using a metal core and legs made out of a wire suitable for both temperature control and wattage mode usage(If it isn't already)? perhaps a version of this coil made out of 430 stainless steel, or NiFe 52/48?? Maybe even just Ni 200? A ceramic coil like this that works in both TC mode accurately and Power mode Safely, that can safely be dry-burned, with a known TCR would be INCREDIBLE. I have not been able to try this coil in Temperature Control mode for safety reasons because I do not KNOW for sure what material the metal core is made out of, or what TCR curve to use for this coil in TC Mode, and I do not want to just "try it" in TC mode without a known TCR. PS. Please, Please keep these available. I'm spreading the word about these ceramic coils on ECF, Reddit and other forums and there's been ALOT OF INTEREST. I saw you made a youtube video based on my previous review and using this in an RTA :) I'll be publishing a youtube review of this coil with demonstrations in an RTA, RDA, and wickless, that should help bring some attention to this. Thank You!
These are indeed what they look like -- fully encased ceramic cores that can be used in your rebuildable atomizers (Drippers, RTA's, anything). I have thrown one in a dripper, and I have even tried one in a joyetech cubis RBA coil head. These ceramic coils are so pourous that you do NOT even need cotton wicking or wicking of ANY kind, if the ceramic is in contact with the ejuice, for example, touching the bottom of the deck/drip well on a dripper, it will wick itself. You have to try these to believe it. If you want to clean the coil simply remove any wicking material you might be using and dry burn it and it will burn off all contaminants and be pristine white like new after dry burning, and all of the flavor from the previous juice will be completely gone -- perfect for juice sampling. I have taken them all of the way up to 70 watts for long pulse times with NO issues, and I believe whole heartedly they can go much higher. The amount of vapor these give off WITHOUT any wicking material is amazing, beats ANY hybrid coil I've built or baught. The flavor, is unlike ANYTHING I have tried -- I can taste EVERY nuance of my juice on the INHALE AND EXHALE for the first time. There are NO worries about cracking like we had with those old ceramic doughnuts circa 2011.. these are just amazing, try it, you WONT regret it -- and while you're at it, come back here to beg lecig to keep these available, I cant imagine what they had to go through to get these and provide them to the public for testing, but I pray they dont run out of them. Imagine it, a fully encased in ceramic coil with NO wicking, could it get any healthier than that? I will be buying more and using these exclusively so long as they remain available, I just wish the price could go down a little bit.