The little brothers of the mighty TFV8 Cloud Beast Coils, the TFV8 Baby Beast family of coils packs the same amount of punch in a much more compact form factor.
The V8 Baby Q2 is a meticulously crafted dual coil built for deep flavour and silky clouds. Weighing in at 0.4 Ohms, the V8 Baby Q2 is best used between 55 and 65 Watts. Thanks to it's higher resistance, the Q2 is suited to a much wider range of mods than the lower resistance coils in the rest of the Baby Beast Family.
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 Jay from High Wycombe
I find these coils to be one of the best . Great for full flavour and life span. Also their good for battery life . Generally great all round.
By Adrienn from London
These coils are pretty good for your everyday vape.
I find they last longer when you use clear e-liquid.
The 0.4 coils are my go to as they can be vaped all day at around 42-45w which is good for saving battery if your at work.
By Richard from UK
I have gone through every tank/coil on the market and I have to admit these are pretty good. You have to wick the cotton multiple times inside and out to prep as it's quite thickly packed. Once done I start at a low watt then slowly ramp it up from 30w to 68w. This is on a 0.2 in a baby tank on a smok alien 220w. Great clouds and flavour at the higher watts but find if using sugary/cakey juices the coils don't last too long maybe 4/5 days rather than 7/8.
By Chiggy from London
These coils are good and last a long time but they have to be used at 40w despite saying the best is between 50 and 60 you will still get great flavour clouds and will last longer one coil lasts me 3 weeks
By craig157 from Aberdeen
So this is a great coil, easy to replace, reliable and really smooth hit ensuring full flavour.
I usually stick to the 50-60watt as recommended using 70% VG.
Unfortunately they don't last long.
I've been keeping track as I've been having to order a new pack with new flavour orders.
1497 Puffs, 1720 Puffs, 344 Puffs, 787 Puffs, 1231 Puffs, 1420 Puffs, 923 Puffs & 2120 Puffs.
So it can really range!
By Emma from Crawley
This is the only coil I’ve used since starting vaping. Works very well on clear juices and can get about a week out of it. But when I use the desert flavour juices will last less than a week. This is only to be expected though. Easy to prime and a really great price for 5!
By Dom from Sussex
Always the best and my preferred coil choice!
By JP from Leicester
Right from the start, a brand new coil usually gives a good, full and smooth vape, clean and rich.
I tend to use between 50-70 watts, and the drawback is that the maximum I've been able to push these is less than 2 weeks. They seem to burn pretty quickly.
And because of the wire, no possible to use them on Temperature Control.
But if you don't mind changing them every <2 weeks... great coil.
Very clean, very rich and full flavor.
By Samnick from UK
Nice coils and value for a price. Never had any leakage although some of my friends did. The only downside to it, it is a pain trying to replace it
By NewVaper from Midlands
These are great coils - but they currently have a few issues, biggest one being quality. You must leave these to absorb your juice as the wadding is very tight and assuming you have nailed that just beware of potential leaking issues with these.
I thought it was me being fairly new to the scene but having checked online - there are too many posts and videos to mention that detail the "potential" issues with these coils.
If you check the packaging before you pop a new coil, you may notice the bottom seal on some is not flush - with the bottom end sitting at an angle - this is causing the leaking issue so be sure to try and level off bottom part and ensure the seal is intact and tight to the main housing.
I had 3 just like that in my new batch so come on Smok - sort it out please.