SMOK RPM 4 Replacement Coil, featuring 0.23ohm and 0.6ohm in Meshed and Dual Coil options, to deliver delicious vapor in MTL or DL fashion.
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The Smok RPM 4 Replacement LP2 Coils is specially designed for leak-proof vaping. Each coil in this series uses 3 silicone rings to provide tightness.
The LP2 series coils have: LP2 Meshed 0.23ohm DL Coil, LP2 DC 0.6ohm Coil, and LP2 Meshed 0.4ohm Coil. In the LP2 Meshed coil, every puff is the leading one. When the meshed coil gets in touch with the saturated cotton, delightful taste with smooth flavor and rich vapor arises.
SMOK RPM 4 Coil SPECIFICATION
Coil Type:LP2 Meshed 0.23ohm DL Coil
LP2 DC 0.6ohm Coil
LP2 Meshed 0.23ohm DL Coil:Mesh Coil
Power Range: 20-45W
Designed for direct to lung (DL) vaping
LP2 DC 0.6ohm Coil:DC Dual Coil
Power Range: 15-25W
Designed for mouth to lung (MTL) vaping
Compatibility: SMOK RPM 4 Kit; SMOK G-Priv Pod Kit
WHAT IS A VAPE COIL?
The vape coil is a lot like the heart of your mod or e-cigarette kit, it’s the unit responsible for heating up the e-liquid and vaporizing it. The coil resistance can be adjusted according to how many wraps of a wire there are, the gauge and type of wire. You’d then measure this resistance with the help of an Ohmmeter. Low resistance coils produce warmer vapour and larger clouds, whereas high resistance coils produce a cooler vape with less current.
Despite being so integral, the coil is a fairly simple mechanism. It’s constructed from a coiled wire or a piece of mesh and some wicking material (usually cotton). There are plenty of different wires and wicking materials to choose from and the best one for you really depends what you want to get out of your vaping experience.
DIFFERENT VAPE COIL TYPES
Whether you’re using a pre-made coil or are building your own, there are a few things to consider. Some brands will have both a ceramic and cotton option and occasionally use other materials including flax and wood pulp as a wicking material. Each of these have different effects on flavour and cloud production. The same rule applies when you build your own coils as different metals have different properties in terms of ramp up time, flavour and which mode they can be used in.
SMOK RPM 4 Replacement Coil – CERAMIC COIL
A ceramic coil material is porous, so air passes through it particularly well and offers a super smooth draw. Many reviewers find that the ceramic material brings out the flavour more than other materials. They tolerate high wattages well too so they’re a great addition to the more high-powered mods on the market. Ceramic coils have also been touted to last longer than cotton coils and help prevent dry hits.
SMOK RPM 4 Replacement Coil – KANTHAL COIL
Kanthal is a combination of iron, chromium and aluminium and is a popular wire used in both pre-made and home made coils. It has a super quick ramp up time and as such, creates impressive amounts of vapour. Kanthal coils are only suitable to be used in wattage mode. However, it’s a soft and easy to work with wire whilst also holding its shape nicely, making it a popular option to work with for many vapers.
VAPE COILS – OHMS
As we all know, the Ohm level measures electrical resistance, which influences affects taste and cloud production. When you’re building your coils it’s crucial that you measure the resistance with an Ohmmeter for your own peace of mind, safety and to make sure you create the desired vaping experience.
SMOK RPM 4 Replacement Coil – A SUB OHM COIL
A lower resistance will provide warmer vapour, a slightly drier hit, and bigger clouds. The downside is that you’re going to use your e-liquid more quickly and typically you need to vape at a higher wattage meaning your 18650 li-ion battery will drain faster.
HOW LONG DOES A VAPE COIL LAST?
Heavy vapers: A very heavy vaper should change their coils every week. This might sound like a lot, but it’s worth it. The flavour of your e-liquid, cloud production and functionality of your vape will suffer if you neglect it. This rule is especially relevant for Sub Ohm vapers as they typically use higher VG liquids which are thicker and gum up coils more quickly.
Moderate vapers: Vapers who vape consistently throughout the day but only take a couple of drags at a time can get more use out of a coil as it isn’t getting as hot as frequently. Again, the type of juice you use and the power of your device will be a factor in this but the general rule here is about once a fortnight.
Light vapers: Infrequent use, or a few hits here and there, suggests that your coils will only need to be changed every 3-4 weeks. If you’re using mouth to lung devices with the higher PG value this also helps extend the lifespan of your coil.