The Atlantis V2 coils are for use with Aspire's Atlantis range, with three different resistance ratings to choose from. There's a 0.3 ohm coil, a traditional 0.5 ohm coil, and a 1.0 ohm coil.
All use only organic cotton for the wicking material, have an improved airflow over their predecessors, featuring four large airflow holes on the base of each.
The Atlantis V2 coils are compatible with both the Atlantis range and the Triton range, although if using on an Atlantis V1 we recommend sticking with the 0.5 ohm.
Please Note: 0.3 ohm V2 coil is not suitable for use with the Aspire Atlantis V1.
Important information about Sub Ohm Vaping:
These coils are designed for sub-ohm vaping. They require more vaping experience to use safely, and extra care should be taken when using a sub ohm tank and mod. The coils will only work on a mod capable of firing sub ohm atomisers. Please ensure that your batteries can handle the extra power requirements, and that your mod can handle the amps.
We also advise not to use any e-liquid with more than 6mg of nicotine, as your vapour may taste harsh. Sub ohm vaping produces a bigger throat hit than standard coils, and extra care should be taken.
By AJ from London
I use these coils in my Triton 2 tank, and really get on well with them.
The big juice holes make priming a nice, clean, non~drippy, non~messy job.
The coils are nice and flavoursome with good vapour production.
By Ayrie from Highlands
First off, I want to say that I always take around an hour to prime my coils thoroughly, and start at a low wattage while working my way up very gently. Just so you know that what I'm about to say isn't based on sloppy treatment.
They were alright. Not overly impressed, sadly. They got scorched incredibly fast, I could squeeze perhaps 5 days out of one coil before it started to gunk up my tank real bad.
The flavor was... okay I guess. I'd give it a 7/10, but they chugged my juice like crazy.
Overall, they certainly did not blow my mind. I'd go for the Atlantis EVO coils if I were you. :)
By Paulo from London
Needed some replacement coils for my for my triton tank (aspire peg 70w mod) and wanted something above negative ohm, but the standard 1.8 in the triton had to much of a tight draw for me.
So after reading a few reviews i went for these and im very happy i did.
Ive had a week and a half out of my first coil and it is still going strong.
Running it at 40-45W with 70vg juice.
Just make sure you prime your coils properly and break them in patiently.
Also fab service from VC
Similar to the review below, the coils are good coil, produce great flavour and coulds with the right tank.
But, and its a big but, they last me 48 hours max on high VG juices, which makes it expensive.
So depends what you want from a coil, if its flavour and clouds these are great.. if its lifespan , not so much.
(used 0.3/0.5ohm coils only)
By Lee from UK
I have been using the Atlantis 2 tank for around 8 months with the Aspire CF mod. I use the 0.5ohm coils and they produce great clouds and taste but I've found that with any juice over 60% VG they last around 5 to 7 days. It really does depend on the juice however, sometimes I get almost 2 weeks usage per coil and with other juices (like the great element range) I get 2 days max before I start to taste burning.
I recently changed mods to a coolfire 4 plus vaping 0.5 coils at 30watts. I suggest using the 0.5ohm coils at around 25watts as the tank becomes very hot at 30.
The 0.3ohm coils are great at around 65watts but you will go through juice fast. Personally I found 70watts to be too hot but other people may like it.
Overall I think their a great coil and don't have half the issues I've had with other sum ohm coils.
By Andy R from Tonbridge
I got some great (...and valuable) advice from the guys at Vapeclub when ordering the 1.0 ohm coil...namely, stick with it. To begin with, there's quite a strong "coily" taste for a tank or so but when this passes...boy oh boy...! Amazingly clean dense flavour and clouds that are, frankly, embarrassing if out and about...! Can't recommend highly enough (Be aware that they need a high wattage mod to fire them on though)