Your coil is where the magic happens. E-liquid saturates the wicking material and is vaporised by a heating element called a coil. The wicking material is usually organic cotton and the coil is most commonly kanthal wire or mesh. Coils have a limited life span which is affected by your chosen e-liquid, power output and how frequently you vape. When your device starts to lose flavour or produces a burnt flavour, it’s time to install a new coil.
There are three important things to note about the design of your coil: resistance, wattage range and airflow design.
Resistance, expressed in Ohms (Ω), tells you how easy it is for current to flow through the coil. Usually, low resistance coils are designed for higher power/wattage output and high resistance coils are designed for low power/wattage output
All Innokin coils have a designated wattage range which is written on the side of the coil and on the coil packaging. If your device features variable power, make sure you never exceed the recommended output range, as this could burn the coil. We recommend starting at the lower end of the recommended wattage range of the coil and increase to the heat to your personal preference. If your device does not feature variable power, you don’t need to worry about this.