Sunday, August 6, 2017

The Different Types of Replacement Coils



Replacement coils are a way to keep changing the current coils whenever it is required. Replacement coils are especially important when you start to notice a burnt taste in your flavor. This means that your coils might be burnt and, therefore, requires to be replaced. Replacement coils is what keeps you vaping for as long as you need. Having covered the importance of replacement coils, it is only sensible to talk about the various types of replacement coils available in the market. 

Here's a look at the three most common types of replacement coils: 

Single Coils

Single coils are a no brainer. They are just that- one coil in the atomizer. They are preferred by many new and even advanced vapers. The reason why they are an appealing choice to new vapers is the fact that they are easy to set-up. Also, they go well with lower-power devices, which most of the newbie vapers prefer. This is because they tend to consume less power. Besides, power is only being drawn by only one coil. Therefore, the single coils don’t require much power to heat up. Additionally, if the airflow is regulated, single coils have great potential to produce thick clouds, unlike in dual coils where if you regulate the air flow, your vape device could end up getting too hot. Single coils are also a great option for advanced vapers who are just starting to build their own coils. This is because they are pretty easy to build. 

Other than prolonging your battery life and allowing you to vape longer, single coils also save on the amount of e-juice consumed. Besides, the liquid is in contact with only one coil. Therefore, less juice is vaporized at a time.

Dual Coils
Dual Coils are loved by cloud chasers. This is because they have the ability to produce large clouds of vapor. Besides, every time power is conducted, it goes through the coils at the same time. In turn, the coils vaporize the juice. Consequently, more vapor is produced, making dual coils excellent for cloud chasing. However, it should be noted that with dual coils, you have to be willing to pay a double amount for replacement coils, every other time you need to replace them. Also, the power consumption will be higher; therefore, you need to recharge your device more frequently. And, you should expect to run out of juice at a quicker rate.

Sub-Ohm Coils
There are many subcategories of sub-ohm coils. Most dual coils are excellent for Sub-ohming. This is because, by having two coils in the same atomizer, you will be reducing the resistance, which is what you are going for when it comes to this type of vaping style. However, you need to understand that not all dual coils are great for sub-ohming. Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel are preferred because their resistance decrease as the temperatures rise.

Conclusion
To have a satisfactory vaping experience, it is important that you understand the various types of replacement coils. You don’t want to waste money in the wrong coils. Also, knowing about the various replacement coils will prevent you from the frustration of working with a coil that doesn’t match your needs.