Each variant features a mesh coil build, mesh has a larger surface area overall for faster heating and a reduced chance of hot spots. The TX coils use specially crafted tea cotton fibre wicks. These wicks absorb more eliquid and are 100% organic for a cleaner taste.
The coil types available, are the following:
The TX1 Mesh coils use a single Kanthal mesh build. Registering a 0.15 Ohm resistance, they should be used between 40 - 90W.
The TX3 Mesh coils have a triple Kanthal mesh build. Registering a 0.15 Ohm resistance, they should be used between 50 - 90W.
The TX4 Mesh coils utilise a quadruple Kanthal mesh build. Registering a 0.15 Ohm resistance, they should be used between 40 - 80W.
The TX1 SS316L coils use a Stainless Steel mesh coil build, meaning this coil can be used in Temperature Control and Variable Wattage mode. Registering a 0.12 Ohm resistance and can be used up to 60W.
The TNX2 coils feature a dual Kanthal mesh coil build. Registering a 0.5 Ohm resistance, these coils can be used between 20 - 50W.
The X1 coils feature a 0.15 Ohm resistance and utilise a single Kanthal mesh coil build. These coils should be used between 40 - 90W.
The X2 uses dual Kanthal mesh builds and registers a 0.2 Ohm resistance. These coils should be used between 40 - 80W.
The X3 has three Kanthal mesh coil builds and features a 0.15 Ohm resistance. These coils should be used between 50 - 90W.
- 5 x Fireluke M Coils
Important information about sub ohm vaping:
Any coil that registers below 1.0 Ohm, is known as a sub ohm coil. Recommended for advanced vapers only, they'll require more power to use properly, which will be provided by an advanced vape kit.
With these coils larger amounts of vapour will be created, to support this we recommend you use e-liquids that are 60% VG or higher. Due to the larger amounts of vapour that is created, we advise that you do not use an e-liquid that has higher than a 6mg nicotine strength.