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VuiceVapes stock replacement coils and pods for most major vape manufacturers. We can offer advice on the correct type needed for your chosen device and vaping style. Just get in touch with any questions.

What is a coil?

The heart of your vaping device. These heating elements known as coils are there to turn your e-liquid into vapour. Generally with a manufactured coil we find a heating element encased in cotton. The cotton holds the liquid enabling it to be vaporised once you apply power to the coil from your battery.

What is a pod?

A pod is the replacement component to a pod kit. Replacement pods often contain a pre-fitted coil just like you would find in a regular device. Other manufacturers provide pods with coils inside that you can change, just like any other device.

When to replace your coils and pods

Coils and pods will need replacing periodically; the length of time between changes depends on a number of factors. The amount of device use, power settings, chosen e-liquid, and other variables, all affect the lifespan. Generally you would want to replace your coil or pod as and when you encounter a burnt or poor taste from your atomiser. A good rule of thumb is around 1-3 weeks on average for a coils lifespan

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How to prime your coils and pods to avoid premature burnout

It’s really important to make sure your coil or pod is primed properly before you first fire the device. To achieve this, you can follow these simple instructions: