Joyetech NotchCoil 0.25 Ohm BF
The newly added NotchCoiTM 0.25ohm DL. (Direct Lung) head which made of stainless coil, can last longer and can be used under high
wattage condition. It will surely bring you great vaping experience ever.
NotchCoilTM 0.25ohm DL. (Direct Lung) head has been applied to atomizer to go with not only VW mode, Temp SS316
mode, Bypass mode, but also TCR mode where customer can set their own vaping preference.
Pack of 5
Best Coil I've used
Posted by David Warren on
This is simply the best coil I've found for my tank. nice clean taste, excellent choice.
Posted by Ian W on
I was about to give these a one star but finally I've worked them out and am getting it right.
Initial problems I had were spitting HOT juice and gurgling along with burning out the cotton. I just wasn't using them right.
On my last of 8 coils I have it worked out now and they give lots of vapour with lots of flavour (where I was getting a little flavour followed by burnt flavour before).
Here's how I got it right (and it's a little bit like following the instructions to be honest).
1. Prime the coil with a few drops in each side opening. (was doing this originally).
2. Let it sit in the full tank for a few minutes (I think I left it for about 10 this time). I was doing this too originally.
3. In TC mode start at 30 Watts for a few pulls, then 35 for a few more (about 5 - 8 each), then 40 for a few more and finally about 45 Watts. Temp should stay low to start (approx 200C). I'm now at 45 Watts at 235C and getting a great vape IF I keep the airflow slightly restricted on the Cubis Pro. If I have the airflow full open it tastes a little bit dry to me.
What was going wrong before? I had it up at 50 Watts right off and about 260C. What I was getting turns out not to be burnt hits, but dry hits initially. I'm finding, now that it's going well that if I go up to 50W (and remember its rated at 30-70 Watts) it gets a bit hot if I'm chain vaping for any length of time. Similarly I'm finding that if I have the airflow full open it dries out too much and I get that dry flavour to the vapour.
They are a little prone to flooding initially and on refill (which is what I've knocked a star off for). This is simply remedied with a bit of rolled up tissue paper down the chimney, and shaking it upside down. Inhale and repeat if necessary. Solved and not a major big deal. I put the spiral drip tip on when I fill just in case. I'm not a fan of a burnt tongue!
I like them enough now to re-order the coils rather than switching to another completely, although I'll be ordering the BF 0.5 SS316L DL coils too because there's no fiddling with them - they just work. I also want to try out the ni coils which didn't come with either my egrip II or my cubis pro tank.
Hope this helps somebody who might have been about to give up on the coils like I was.
Posted by Matty Doherty on
Well it's been a couple of weeks or so now since I have given these coils a good going over with the Cuboid Mini Kit and damn and blast they are so frustrating.
Let me get straight to the point, the spitback and flooding is a major problem with these coils. It doesn't matter what VG/PG mix I use I always get a lot (and I mean a hell of a lot) of spitback.
I'm using a thick juice now, 90/10 vg/pg just to see if I could cure it and I've been on so many site forums, all to no avail.
This must be a design fault and it is such a shame because on the rare occasions that the vape works the taste and vapour production is stellar.
As I said it is such a shame.
BF SS316 0.5Ω vs. the 0.25Ω Notch Coil
Posted by Salvatore on
This coil does not take more than a day or two to burn out the wick... although it produces good vape when new, it is not a cost effective coil.
I'd highly recommend the BF SS316 0.5Ω for the same quality vape but a long lasting coil.
Posted by Matty Doherty on
Lovely taste vapour production.
Not more to say really but the best replacement coil that I've tried..... up to now.
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