The Innokin Ajax replacement coils are designed for use with the Innokin Ajax tank and Ajax MVP5 vape kit. Boasting Innokin's revered Plex3D mesh coil technology, these vape coils are constructed to extract maximum flavour.
Available in two separate sub ohm variants; a 0.16 Ohm Plex 3D Matrix coil as well as a 0.35 Ohm Plex 3D coil. Both of these coils offer large cloud production due to an increased surface area to heat whilst decreasing the chance of hot spots.
We recommend pairing this replacement coils with high VG e-liquids of 60% and above for best performance.
Important information about sub ohm vaping:
Any coil that registers below 1.0 Ohm, is known as a sub ohm coil. Recommended for advanced vapers only, they'll require more power to use properly, which will be provided by an advanced vape kit.
With these coils larger amounts of vapour will be created, to support this we recommend you use e-liquids that are 60% VG or higher. Due to the larger amounts of vapour that is created, we advise that you do not use an e-liquid that has higher than a 6mg nicotine strength.
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By Morty from Kent
Good coils, use these in my Ajax tank and usually last about 7 days with high strength juices.
By Tom from Uk
Enjoying using these, they seem to hold on to the flavour well and I’m yet to taste a burnt coil from them. When using other brands I’ve tasted slight burning from a couple of days in. So they’re saving me money and doing the job.
By Mert Temiz from Borehamwood
Vapour production is amazing flavour is amazing
By Scuti from Cambs
I recently got myself an Innokin Ajax kit. I was very pleased with its performance, in particularly the coils. I felt the 0.16 ohm coil had better flavour and it lasted a lot longer than the 0.35 ohm that also came with the kit.
Obviously coils wear out over time, and I decided to go with the 0.16ohm. Instant flavour and doesn’t require a lot of priming. Just pop it in and you’re good to go. I start at fairly low wattage ~30 and work my way back up to what I normally use which is 55w-60w