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Although vaping is still very new, it has been accepted by so many so quickly that it has already expanded into a billion-dollar worldwide industry that has run in many different directions at once. It’s a world that is moving so fast right now that it can be hard to keep up. Even if you have been regularly vaping for five years, odds are there is a whole world of knowledge that you have only scraped the surface of, some of which may lead you to a more fulfilling vaping experience. One of the factors that plays the biggest role in your vaping experience is the vape coil you choose to use. “Vaping coils” literally refers to metal coils that are usually surrounded by cotton. This is the area of your vape that heats up and produces the vapour. With that in mind, finding the right coil is just about as important as finding the right level or the right flavour; it is vital to getting the feel you want.
The coil and the surrounding cotton, often collectively referred to as the atomiser, determine how much liquid you consume in a hit, to a certain extent. Most devices allow for a certain range of wattage. If you are a sub-ohm vape user, your range may be between 30 and 150 watts, for example. Almost all manufacturers produce a range of coil and atomiser options that correspond to different wattage use. Mid wattage vapers tend to use coils above 1 ohm usually in the range of 1.5-1.8 ohms. These coils can run at anywhere from 9 Watts to 20 Watts.
Ohms measure electrical resistance and wattage measures power. Finding the ratio between the two that feels best to you is often a matter of trial and error. In general, higher wattage and lower resistance will yield bigger clouds and stronger hits that burn through the juice a little faster.
There is no easy answer to this inquiry. How frequently you use your device, what level the wattage and resistance are, and even the flavour of juice you are hitting can all affect this. Most often, you will need to replace your atomiser every few weeks. Often, though, vape users replace their coils before they go bad to ensure fresh hits. Sometimes you may want to change a coil when you change flavours, particularly after strong flavours such as menthols. If you build your own coils, you can often simply replace the cotton, but this is all a matter of taste. To learn more about the in and outs of vaping coils, stop by our Daylesford, Victoria location. Our representatives are highly knowledgeable and passionate when it comes to vaping. Whether you are looking to get started or simply up your game after years of experience, we will enthusiastically greet you.