Time To Replace Those Vape Coils

Every vaping product you buy will
need parts replaced at some point and vape coils
are no different. For your vaping device to
continue working correctly and stay in good shape, then you need to do
maintenance. Replacing your coils is one of the biggest aspects of keeping your
vape in good, working order. That is why we will go over the three most
important factors that will let you know that it is time for a coil replacement.

vape Production
Now, when it comes to vaping, there are a lot of vapers who use their device
just for making clouds. When a coil goes bad, then your clouds will be a huge
indicator. First, they will be very thin. In the beginning, you might not
notice that the clouds are thinning out but eventually you’ll notice that there
is a big difference. Another sign that the vape production is changing is if
your clouds are not as large as normal. When this happens, your clouds will
become drastically smaller. Since these two things are the biggest aspects of
making clouds, you want to make sure you replace the coil as soon as you start
to notice these changes.

Flavor
This sign is one of the big ones. When you <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>buy an e-liquid, you
expect it to taste a certain way. When you get to the point that your coil
needs to be replaced, then your juice will start tasting “off.” It
might not be a HUGE difference in taste but you will notice how it is
different. On the other hand, it might impact the taste a lot. For example, say
you get a vanilla e-juice and when you go to vape you don’t taste any vanilla
at all then that is a huge sign that your coil needs replaced. Another example
of altered flavor can happen when you use one coil for a long period of time.
If this is the case then there is a possibility that you won’t taste the
flavors of any new juices. The coil might have been used with a specific flavor
for so long that, even when using a completely new and different flavor, you
might still taste the old flavor and none of the new flavor. Since flavor is
one of the biggest aspects of vaping, you want to make sure that you are using
a good coil so you don’t run into any of these problems.

Burnt Wicks
When a coil starts going bad, you will start to notice that your wicks are
getting burnt. There is one huge way to tell if this is happening. This
tell-tale sign is by tasting a burnt flavor. When this happens, it will be the
only thing you taste, no matter what flavor juice you have in your tank. As
mentioned above, you expect your e-liquid to taste a certain way and if you are
only tasting burnt flavor, then you need to replace your coil as soon as
possible. By not changing it, it is not only a waste of money but you can end
up damaging your entire device, thus having to possibly go out and buy an
entirely new unit.

As you can see, all three of these examples are huge signs that it is time to
replace your coil. If any of these happen to you, don’t waste any time and
replace your coil as soon as you can. If you do ignore these signs and continue
using the same coil, then you run the risk of seriously damaging your entire device.
In the end, replacing now will save you money because you won’t have to completely
replace the entire unit.

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Hey, guys!

So I just purchased the iJoy RDTA BOX 200w mod. There are some questions I would need the answers to.

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Hi

It is my first ever RDTA – Steam Crave Aromamizer Supreme RDTA V2. And My first dual velocity coil built.

I used UD Clampton prebuilt coils (one thing at the time), coils did not touch the sides, wicked with Japanese Organic Cotton, closed air holes, primed and tried.

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