Best Vape Accessories & Vaping Supplies in 2022
Which Vape Accessories and Supplies?
What Vape Accessories and Vaping Supplies Do You Need to Get Started?
The items listed here will help you get started building your own coils. For those who may have trouble building due to finger or hand dexterity, pre-built coils can be a lifesaver. This allows you to skip the wrapping stage and progress to attaching the coils to the deck and making wicks. For those who may not feel ready to take the next step yet, replacement coil heads and spare glass tanks, as well as o-rings, should be kept on hand for emergencies. Coil heads come in packs of 5 and replacement glass tanks are handy in case one cracks or shatters unexpectedly. Check out this list of the best vape accessories to keep on hand.
What Does A Building Kit Include?
One thing that is a big help to new builders is a coil jig. A coil jig is a tool for wrapping your coils that make it easier to get the wraps tight and make uniform coils easy. Some popular models are the Coil Master and Kuro Coiler. These are hand-held, come with a variety of size posts and are really simple to use. Now you do not necessarily need one, you can use a regular screwdriver equal to 2.5 to 3mm in diameter but a coil jig is nice to have in your collection.
The batteries required to power most mods and sub ohm tanks are 18650 batteries. The most reliable batteries are the LG HG2, Sony VTC5, Samsung INR and purple Efest batteries. You cannot just use any type of battery charger, it has to be one made to recharge the type of battery you have.
Remember to use the right batteries for sub ohm builds and charge your batteries together. The term is called “marrying” when you have a device that uses 2 18650 batteries mark them and keep them together. This ensures even charging of your batteries and increased safety for your mod.
Cotton is what you will use in your rebuildables as a wicking material. When it comes to wicking your RTAs and RDAs, there is some debate over whether you should use organic Japanese cotton pads, cotton bacon, or silica wick. In fact, all three are good materials for wicking and do a great job of it. It mostly depends on your personal preference for working with the materials. Japanese cotton and cotton bacon are a bit pricey, but if you like the flavor you get with them then its worth it. Likewise, silica wick is sturdy and durable, but some people prefer the cleaner flavor they get from cotton. It all subjective. Try each one and decide for yourself.
What to Look For
A Good Quality Battery Charger
An Ohm’s Reader is a Must
What to Avoid
Don’t Buy What You Don’t Need
Look for Cheaper Alternatives
Always Buy Batteries from a Vendor
Why Someone Might Want to Build Their Own Coils