The Smok Mini V2 Coils have been designed for use with the Smok TFV-Mini V2 Tank. Designed for sub ohm vaping there's a variety of versions of this Smok replacement coil. Due to the sub ohm resistances, we recommend using high VG eliquids of 60% and above for best performance.
The Smok A coil range feature mesh coil builds, with a coil resistance of either 0.17 Ohm, 0.2 Ohm or 0.15 Ohm, and are available in a range of colours for a real statement piece.
The Smok K coil range, features quad (4) or octo (8) coil builds in 0.15 Ohm and 0.2 Ohm resistances.
The Smok S coil range focuses on lower wattage devices with resistances of 0.15 Ohm in either a single mesh coil build or a quadruple coil.
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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I love the A2 coils. They taste great with almost all juices I tried (Boss Reserve, Monster Vanilla Custard, to name a few).
The K4 on the other hand are either juice-dependent (VG/PG content?) or were simply faulty, because the wick soaked so much of the juice the air couldn't flow through. I recall it happening before, in the distant past, so I think it's either bad design, a mismatching tank or simply the wrong juice (if such thing can be, I'm an occasional, novice vaper).
By Liam from Gosport
Smok coils are known to have inadequate quality control, while performing very well when they are in fact properly manufactured. The A3 coils I received, while genuine (props to VapeClub), were not very well made and unfortunately each coil burned within one day of attempting to use.
Had good experiences with the S coils, S2 currently being my favourite for taste, I tried the K4 which tasted fantastic but lasted barely longer than the A3.
The A1 coil lasts the longest by far, easily going further than a week without burning, I've found this to be the case on every A1 I've had. Otherwise, I'd recommend the S2 for taste as the former mentioned coil lacks in.
By Mr Quack from East Sussex
I use a1 and my girlfriend uses a2 and you can’t go wrong with either of them.
By Alysha from Sheffield
They give a fantastic flavour and cloud, sadly some are dud coils but that’s going to happen with all of them
By Oscar from Bristol
All 3 coils burnt out within 3 days - terrible life in them! Avoid.
By Kerri from Watford
Long lasting mesh coils, can't go wrong, cheaper than many
Great vapour production, definitely an improvement over the regular coils
By Pez from London
Great for everyday use, long lasting, reliable and effective
By Kerri from Watford
Great coils, I use the mesh ones in my Smok Alien, lasts well over a week even with sweet juices and a lot of vaping!
By Ar from Watford
Great coils get 7days off each coil.
By Maris from Wellingborough
Great product would buy again!!!
By Wulberto38 from Glasgow
After 300 puffs they started to taste burnt, was using asap grape nasty juice in the tank its kind of put me off vaping if you buy nice juice then need a coil per day to vape it.
By Deanrko from Wakefield
These coils are fab, the clouds and flavour they produce are very good! If you want massive clouds give these coils a go! Highly recommended
By Fogwarts from Shires
So I've now had the A3 on the go for over a week and they are excellent. Worth having if you want to use your extra wattage available on your two battery unit.
Sweet at 120W, billowing clouds of fog, and flavour that is good, but not as detailed as, for example, the Geek Vape Supermesh (but for flavour these would be hard to beat). I'm now trying the S1 that came with my Morph/Baby V2 kit. and it's better for flavour detail, but still not beating the GV Supermesh.
The only other downside is price. More than a tenner and for only 3 is noticeably pricey compared with (here I go again) the GV Supermesh, and plenty of others. I wonder if its just the fact that they are truly GIANT lumps of metal and cotton?
Brilliant product on my first coil at 2000 puffs still going strong! This pack will last me a month
Brilliant flavour pull
By Fog Cortina from Shires
Monster clouds from the A3, flavour is good too. I've not had them long so can't comment on longevity yet. Maybe a bit spitty but I'm still playing around with settings on my new unit (Morph 219/Baby-Mini V2). Chunky little chuckers though.....
By GDB from London
As long as you prep the coil, high a high VG/PG mix, let the vape soak up, these coils will last and last. The multi options just mean they get clogged up quicker. I've gone for singles and they last mean up to 3 weeks, even when switching eliquids. Really good option.
V2 S1&S2 good for flavour and vapour production. Production quality about what you’d expect. Coil life seems very short. S2’s have lasted longer, S1’s didn’t last longer than a week or two.
By Jonathan from Sweden
I used the A2 coils and THE flavour was pretty good and big clouds. But the A1 cool was terrible
By Phil from Durham
The coils themselves are great and they work well in the recommended wattages.
However (and I guess it comes down the juice you use), for me the coils just wouldn't last very long.
Best case with light usage I was getting upto a week out of a coil but if I was using heavily a coil would be lucky to last 2 days.
So £10-£12 for just 3 coils made it quite expensive in the long run. I was buying coils more often that juice.