Vape Coils

We have our entire inventory of coils on one list if you are unsure of what coil your tank needs.

You can search by Brand, Coil Name, Resistance, Coils Per Pack, if the coil is used for salt nicotine or freebase, and the primary tank or device where the coil is used.

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NOTE: Starting January 1, 2021, many of the tanks, coils and pods that you know and love are now illegal in the country of Canada.

Starting January 1, 2021, changes to Vaping Products Labelling and Packaging Regulations require that vaping products are now subject to Consumer Product Safety Act.

As such, all vaping products must be Child Resistant Certified (CRC).

Go here for more details.

 

We have our entire inventory of coils on one list if you are unsure of what coil your tank needs.

You can search by Brand, Coil Name, Resistance, Coils Per Pack, if the coil is used for salt nicotine or freebase, and the primary tank or device where the coil is used.

Replacement vape coils, coil heads, or atomizers, as they are sometimes called, are the consumable part of a vape that actually vaporizes the E-liquid.  We’ve even heard them being referred to as burners by customers – its all the same thing!

Vape Coils work by soaking e-liquid (from tank or pod) into packed cotton (or another wicking agent) and holding the liquid against an electric resistor, heating coil inside the coil head.  They work much like an electric toaster. The heat created by the e-cigarette vaporizes the e-liquid near the coil head.  Every e-cigarette works this way both freebase and nic salts devices

Think of a candle.  The flame is like the vapor – its what you want in the end.  Candles make light, while vapes make clouds of flavored vapor.  The cotton is like the wick of a candle, and that would make the coil head the wax in our analogy.  You can’t have a flame without candle wax, and you can’t have a vape without a coil.

E-Cigs that use wattage heat up a piece of metal made from Kanthal A1, Stainless Steel SS 316, or Nichrome 80 packed in Japanese Organic Cotton or Silica Wool.  E-Cigs that use temperature control heat up metal coils made of Nickel or Ni200, Titanium, or Stainless Steel SS 316.

Over time, and with constant use, the the cotton wick will slowly degrade as pieces of it burn off.  As this happens, the wicking agent goes from white, to brown, to black.  Eventually, this leads to even the most premium e-liquid tasting foul. This is known as a “burnt coil.”  Whenever you get that burnt campfire taste, chance are the coil has burned out, and it is time to change your coil.  When this finally does happen, and it eventually will, you will need a replacement coil which can be found here.

A typical coil lasts anywhere from seven to fourteen days, because they are mass produced.  Any longer than that is luck of the draw.

If you want coils to last you for months than you need to get your hands on these instead.

A spent coil head is the 21st century cigarette butt. Please dispose of them in the garbage, and do not litter outside.

We try to have all the coils on the market so you can return to the taste that you know and love.  If you don’t see it on our page, we can order it in for you – just contact us by phone or email.

If you don’t know what coil your tank needs, and can only remember some details, we’ve got you covered.

Some popular tank brands include: Smok, Wirice, and Freemax.