Replacement Coils & Pods
Need replacement coils or replacement pods for your vape kit or vape tank? If you do, you have come to the right place. We stock replacement vape coils and pods for most kits and brands on the market, from top-selling brands such as Aspire, SMOK, Uwell, Horizontech and many more. Make sure to select a compatible coil or pod for your make and model of kit, there is usually an Ohm option for most coils and pods, what to chose depend on personal preference and vape style. As a general rule of thumb, most coil below 1.0 Ohm are designed for Sub-Ohm, Direct to Lung vaping (DTL) and coils at or above 1.0 Ohm resistance are designed for Mouth to Lung vaping (MTL). How long does a coil last? This is quite a common question, however the answer is not straight forward as there are many factors that can play in on coil life. As a general rule of thumb 1-2 weeks is what most manufacturers quote as "normal" coil life, however sweeter E-liquids can drastically reduce the life of your coils so please bear that in mind if you like your vapes sweet.
Vape coils are essential to every vape device. They're the replaceable cylindrical component inside the tank or pod of your vape kit, which heats up your E-Liquid and turns it into vapour. The coil itself typically consists of a metal wire or piece of mesh wrapped around some wicking material (usually cotton). When you fire your vape, it connects the negative and positive part of your coil with the battery, producing heat and turning the E-Liquid in your tank into vapour. Ta-da!
The lifespan of your coil depends on a number of factors, including how much you vape, the wattage your vape is set to, and most importantly, the sweetness and type of E-Liquid you're using. As a general rule of thumb, the sweeter the E-Liquid, the shorter the coil life. This is because the juice gets cooked by the heat of the coil, resulting in the sweeteners caramelising around the coil over time. Eventually, this will lead to the burnt taste indicative of a "dead" coil.
You may have heard that all coils should last a certain amount of time. However, time isn't always the best way to measure coil life, particularly for those who vape sweet E-Liquids or those who vape often. A better way to quantify coil life would be to measure how many millilitres of E-Liquid you can vape before the coil burns out.
Having said that, most vapers do get 1 to 2 weeks of usage out of their coil, but this can be significantly lower if you chain vape, use the wrong type of E-Liquid for your vape kit, or vape heavily-sweetened E-Liquids.