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> OHMS HELP FOR COILS

Mini electronic cigarettes are usually shipped with ready-to-use cartomizers so they're very easy to use. Just order a pack that's compatible with your ecig brand and you're ready to go.

Once you upgrade to eGos and mods, you'll have the option to work with different types of heating devices and customize your vaping experience. It could be a separate atomizer and cartridge, a clearomizer or a tankomizer. These parts feature a specific resistance measured in ohms.

The resistance of an atomizer, cartomizer or clearomizer is the amount of heat produced by the coil based on battery voltage. Using a resistance that's higher than the recommended value will produce lesser vapor. Devices with a lower resistance often result in thicker vapor and a stronger throat hit but may create a burnt taste.

You need to balance battery voltage with clearomizer resistance to get that ideal vape intensity. If the voltage is too low and the resistance is too high, you get a lackluster throat hit, vapor, and flavor. If the voltage is too high and the resistance is too low, you can burn out the clearomizer and damage the battery.

The wicks on lower resistance coils should stay wet at all times. E-liquids with a higher percentage of Vegetable Glycerin (VG) are thicker so they also wick slower. Dry wicks can lead to a permanent burnt taste.

Variable voltage vaporizers allow you to select the operating voltage of your battery so you get a consistent vapor volume regardless of remaining power. One 1.5ohm dual coil cartomizer working with a 4.5-5.0 volt battery will produce more vapor and a stronger hit compared to using the same cartomizer with a 3.7-volt battery. Flavors also become more pronounced at higher voltages. When experimenting with different voltages, adjust your device settings in small increments to prevent damage to your atomizer.

Remember: atomizers in the 3.0 ohms and upwards range produce a smoother vape with less throat hit while resistances in 1.25 - 2.7 ohms deliver a stronger throat hit.

Single Coil vs. Dual Coil

A single coil atomizer has one heating element while dual coil cartomizers have two. The two coils are of the same resistance and are wired in parallel so the total resistance is half the resistance of either coil. A dual coil cartomizer built with two 3-ohm coils has a total resistance 1.5 ohms and not 6.0 ohms. Dual coil devices can produce double the vapor and but require more battery power.

Here is a short guide on what atomizer resistance to use for different electronic cigarette models.

Mini Electronic Cigarettes

Recommended: single coil with 2.0 - 2.5 ohm resistance

Lower resistances will shorten the lifespan of your battery. We do not recommend using dual coil cartomizers with mini ecigs.

eGo style batteries

Recommended: single coil with 2.0 - 2.5 ohm resistance or dual coil with 1.5 - 1.7 ohm resistance

APVs with 3.7 volt settings

Recommended: single coil with 1.7 - 3.2 ohm resistance or dual coil with 1.5 - 1.7 ohm resistance

APVs with 4.0 volt settings

Recommended: single coil with 2.0 - 3.2 ohm resistance or dual coil with 1.5 - 1.8 ohm resistance

APVs with 4.4 volt settings

Recommended: single coil with 2.5 - 4.5 ohm resistance or dual coil with 2.0 - 2.5 ohm resistance

APVs with 5.0 volt settings

Recommended: single coil with 2.5 - 3.2 ohm resistance or dual coil with 2.0 ohm resistance

APVs with 6.0 volt settings

Recommended: single coil with 3.2 ohm and higher resistance or dual coil with 2.5 ohm resistance

APVs with 7.0 volt settings

Recommended: single coil with 4.5 - 5.0 ohm resistance or dual coil with 3.0 ohm resistance

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