The Smok Nord Coils have been designed for use with the Nord Pod Kit, Nord AIO Kit 19 and Nord AIO Kit 22. There are three versions of this coil available, allowing you to configure your kit for mouth to lung or sub ohm vaping.
The 0.6 Ohm mesh coils have been designed for sub ohm vaping, the benefit of mesh technology is that each coil has a larger surface area which in turn heats up more eliquid faster for improved flavour and cloud production. They should be used with eliquids that are 60% VG or higher.
The standard 1.4 Ohm coils have been designed for mouth to lung vaping and offer a more restricted inhale resulting in less cloud. These coils work best with high PG eliquids that are 50% PG or higher, including salt nicotine blends.
Finally, the 1.4 Ohm ceramic coils, feature a ceramic build that has a longer lifespan than standard coils and produce a better flavour from eliquids. We again recommend using higher PG eliquids, they are also compatible with CBD eliquids.
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.
Smok are known for occasionally putting out dud coils, generally though I find them great. I use the 1.4 with 18/20mg salts and find they usually last at least a week with A LOT of use
I bought a smok trinity alpha just to use these coils as I really like ceramic coils and wanted a new MTL device for work etc. So bought these in the 1.2 ceramic and found them to loose and not a lot of flavour maybe it's more the device than the coils but I just couldn't get on with them
By S from London
I’d stick to the 1.4 coils. The 0.6 are a tad inconsistent. Flavour is also decent not spectacular. They’re not as good as the caliburn coils.
By Tom from Sheffield
I use the .6 ohm coils for 20mg salts. Really good flavour and last me about a week or two before I change. Ive never had a burnt taste apart from once when I fired my device in my pocket for ages without realising.
By Madcaz from London
Have used all the types of Nord coils. And not too impressed.
Not too sure if i'm the problem as I've seen some great reviews and heard great things.
It starts of with a great flavour, but after a few days it gets a burnt taste then 4 days in i have to change it.
My Local vape shop worker told me he gets a good 2 weeks out of each coil, So maybe i'm the issue? Maybe hitting it too hard? Too often?
Either way i love the Nord but have shelved it and gone back to my Mod and Cleito Exo
By Matt from Liverpool
I bought a pack of these coils to replace the ones that came with the device, and I am extremely unimpressed with them.... they have absolutely no flavour to them even after an hour of letting the juice soak in, these coils are not even worth going near! stick to the normal 1.4
By JP23 from Exeter
These are great, as is the Smok Nord, my favourite device to date. The 1.4 ohm standard coils last 2-3 weeks of moderate vaping! As always, will certainly recommend Vape Club, spot on every time!
By Savvo from London
I have always purchased the 1.4 coils from Vape Club and have not been been disappointed by the service or the performance of these coils. Each one lasts approximately 8 days of heavy use, considered great for single use coils. Cannot fault at all!
By Lisa from Dursley Gloucestershire
I ordered the 0.6 mesh along with my nord kit. Using nic salts these produce great clouds and fantastic taste.
By Giles from Sussex
I use the .6 ohm coils, the flavour isn't spectacular but it's surprisingly good for a tiny pod device. They last a long time too. Can't complain.