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Vape Coils at Eleaf UK

We stock a wide variety of vape coils (atomizer heads), including those for Wismec and Joyetech branded e-cigarettes. Eleaf coils offer value for money and have become known for their consistent reliability across a range of tanks.

Coils can provide a different vaping experience depending on which one is selected. To help make sure you get the one you need, we will explain the differences between them.

What Does A Coil Do?

Coils, sometimes referred to as atomizer heads, are usually small, circular pieces of steel which contain a coiled wire and cotton (known as wicking material). Coils are housed inside an e-cig tank and vapourise e-liquid when heated by the power from an e-cig battery.

Coils have a ‘resistance’ value which is measured in ohms and helps to determine the suitable power setting required to produce vapour. A different vaping experience can be achieved depending on the resistance value of your coil.

High Resistance Coils

A coil which features a resistance value of around 1.2ohm and above are generally classed as having a high resistance. High resistance atomizers require a lower power e-cig battery to function correctly, and are often found in tanks which have a more restricted draw or ‘mouth inhale’.

Examples of high resistance atomizers would be the GS Air and GT options.

Low Resistance Coils

Usually known as ‘sub-ohm’, are coils with a resistance of 1.0ohm of below are considered to be low resistance. These types of coils require substantially more power and are often paired with high powered e-cigarette devices. Due to the amount of vapour they produce, low resistance coils generally have a less restricted draw allowing vapers to directly inhale the vapour.

Good examples of low resistance coils would be the EC and HW range.

Although a majority of low resistance coils are designed for a direct inhale, some do accommodate those who prefer a more restrictive draw. These atomizers will still produce a good amount of vapour and can be found in the GS Air range.

Whatever your preference may be, we stock a coil for every e-cig on our website and more.

Still unsure about what would make the best combination? Why not contact our team on 01254 269381, or through our social media for real-time advice.

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