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INNOKIN COILS

Innokin Coil Guide for Zenith, iSub, T18-20 vape kits

Innokin coils are renowned for being a little more confusing than other kits. There are so many variations of coil and it is very important to get it right.

Something as small as the coil having an E on the end would mean a totally different coil. In this post, we are going to cover the Zenith series, iSub and the T series to help you find the correct coil for your device. 

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Are all Innokin coils the same? Why so confusing?

No, Innokin coils are not all the same.

They are designed solely for the use within specific vaporiser tanks from Innokin. You should not use another coil that isn’t meant for the device. There are so many variations of coil when it comes to Innokin. Why so confusing? We don’t know, ask Innokin!

Innokin is known for making the following vape kits

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Innokin devices are very popular amongst new vapers as they are generally easy to use and offer a great entry into vaping. Some have MTL whereas others DTL. MTL means mouth to lung, more like the smoking action, while DTL is essentially big clouds. The options of using high VG and high PG varies between the different types of Innokin vape kits. 

What coils do I need for my Innokin vape kit?

Before you buy innokin vape coils you need to make sure you pick the right version for your kit. It does matter, as they are not all cross compatible. We have put together this list to make things easier for you. If in doubt, hit the webchat, or just take a look at the side of your existing coil. Often the answer is written on the side.

Innokin Endura T18-E and Innokin T18ii

The Innokin Endura T18-E and the T18ii are devices aimed at new vapers. They are traditional pen-style devices with simple features. They are best used with high PG vape liquids and offer a mouth to lung vape. The coils you need for the T18-E and the T18ii are the Endura T18E Replacement Coils.

They are £12 for a pack of 5 coils, which should keep you going for a month or longer. The coils have a resistance of 1.5ohm and are wicked with organic Japanese cotton. 

Which coils for the Innokin Endura T20 Vape Kit?

So you have the T20 electronic cigarette from Innokin, part of the Endura range. The kit will look like this one at the link here:

It's starting to taste burnt again, or just isn't vaping how it normally would. No fear, this link below will take you to the right coils for your kit. 

Innokin Endura T20s

The T20s kit is another starter device, with a 1500mAh battery. It is ideal for new vapers as it has a mouth to lung draw and works best with high PG vape juice.

You will need the Innokin Endura T20s replacement coils for this one, commonly known now as Prism S coils. They are 1.5ohm resistance and cost £12.50 for 5.

Innokin Endura T22E

Another starter device in the Innokin range is the T22E. This device has a 2000mAh battery and is a little more like a box mod shape, rather than a sleek pen. The coils you need for this kit are the T18e/T22e coils which are 1.5ohms and use organic wicking cotton. They draw the eliquid up to the dual top coils for great flavour and cloud.

Innokin Jem Pen

The Jem pen is another starter kit from Innokin. This 1000mAh battery device requires you to use the specific Jem coils and high PG vape juice. 

You can get the right ones here:

Innokin Kroma A-Zenith Kit

The Kroma A-Zenith kit is a little more advanced. It has variable wattage and temperature control. This device will require you to use Zenith coils. These come with two options, either 1.6ohm for a warmer vape and tighter draw. The other option is 0.8ohm which provide a cooler vape and lighter draw, with this DTL coil you’ll get more vapour.

Innokin Coolfire Mini

The Coolfire Mini uses Innokin Slipstream coils. These are a stainless steel coil and 0.8ohm with a Kanthal wire. This will provide a cooler vaper, large cloud and will be best used with high VG eliquids. 

iSub and iSub G tanks

If you have an iSub or iSub G tank then you will want the specific coils which are here. These are available in 0.2ohm, 0.5ohm, 1ohm and 2ohm, which you can select based on your vaping preferences. 

iSub B tanks

iSub B coils will be advanced Plex3D coils. These coils feature a 3D mesh that cause the device to use less power but still delivers big, fantastic flavours and clouds.

Grab the Plex3D Coils at the product page below:

Are you still confused about which Innokin coil you need for your tank? We can point you in the right direction if you hop onto our webchat. 

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Comments

Rachel Saunders - May 30, 2020

Life savers. Definitely saving this in my bookmarks. Amount of times I’ve bought the wrong Innokin coils for my T18 kit!

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