By changing the coil, you can change how the tank performs:


1.0Ω MTL S-Coil – Our standard mouth to lung coil, which is ideal for new users or those seeking a more restricted vape. It uses less e-liquid and is less taxing on battery life, allows discrete vaping, with a lower volume of warmer vapour – similar to a cigarette.


0.5Ω DL S-Coil – Our lowest resistance direct lung coil. Designed for maximum vapour production, with lots of airflow. It will also increase e-liquid consumption, vaporising more liquid (and nicotine) per puff, with the biggest impact on battery drain.

1.0Ω DL S-Coil – A less intense direct lung option. With cooler vapour, big clouds, they'll still use more e-liquid than the MTL equivalent, vaporising more liquid (and nicotine) per puff, and  battery drain.


0.42 Ω TURBO MTL S-coil (SS316L)- A mouth to long build, designed to optimise flavour production. Heavier on e-liquid and battery life, with max flavour and vapour for MTL. It's important to not allow these to run dry as they tend not to be as resilient to dry-burning as some other S-Coils.

0.7Ω TURBO MTL S-coil (SS316L)- A slightly higher resistance, which is less intensive on e-liquid consumption and battery life, producing loads of flavour and vapour for an MTL build. Again, it's important to not allow these to run dry as they tend not to be as resilient to dry-burning as some other S-Coils.



Notes on coils: Coils should be changed regularly, coils can last a long time, but research has shown over time build up on the coil can cause unwanted substances in higher numbers, so we advise changing a coil every 7-10 fills, to maintain the best possible taste and emissions. This applies to all coils.


Coil life will vary dependent on many factors, the type of eliquid used, some flavours reduce coil lifespan as do certain bases, even similar flavours from different manufacturers dependent on ingredients. You should always get at least 7 fills though.


New coils should be primed prior to use, to prime a coil place a few drops on each wicking hole, and then 2 drops down the coil centre from the top. Priming the coil allows the wicking process to begin and prevents dry hits or coils burning out quickly. This is particularly important with high VG or pure VG liquids.


If you over prime a coil you will flood the device, if this happens flick the device sharply a few times, this willl clear any excess liquid. With a new coil you may need to do this a few times as it beds in.