Innokin iSub Coil Replacement
With the Innokin iSub replacement coils, Innokin has struck it out of the park. If you’re looking for variety, the
iSub series has got what you want. Currently there are seven coils available for the iSub, from 0.2 ohm all the way up to 2.0 ohm, with more being added regularly. As recently as a few months ago a mesh coil was released for the new
Innokin iSub-B Tank. With all these choices, there is bound to be a coil that suits every vaper. All the coils but the mesh coil feature a screen over the top of the coil to reduce the amount of spitback that occurs while vaping, ensuring a smooth experience. They are also all wicked with organic Japanese cotton that helps to deliver a pure, clean flavor.
Of the 9 different coil options that the iSub-B has to offer I like the new Plex3D coil the best out of all of them. These coils are made from a new type of mesh that is 3D with capillary wicking grooves in the coil. This produces more flavor and vapor while still keeping the power level relatively low. These coils are wicked with organic cotton and wood pulp giving the coil a much cleaner flavor. These coils run 30 to 55 Watts making it a good option as a medium range sub-ohm tank. - Nic
iSub 0.2ohm Coil – This is the lowest resistance coil available for the iSub. It features a single 0.2 ohm horizontal coil, wicked with organic cotton. This coil is going to be one of the cooler coils in the iSub lineup, making it great for those who want a mild vaping experience with good vapor production. These coils are great for use with fruity ejuice, which tends to taste better at cooler temperatures. The recommended wattage range for this one is 20 – 50 watts.
iSub 0.35ohm PLEX3D Mesh Coil – The one and only mesh coil available for the iSub with a recommended wattage range of 30 – 55 watts. The mesh gives this coil an increased surface area over the organic Japanese cotton, so it heats up very quickly and tends to deliver the purest flavor of the iSub coils. Temperature wise, this coil sits on the cooler side of the spectrum, though it is a bit warmer than the 0.2ohm coil. Honestly, just about any ejuice will taste fantastic with this coil.
iSub 0.5ohm Clapton BVC Coil – This coil features a single vertical Clapton coil with a resistance of 0.5 ohms. Clapton coils need a lot more metal to reach the same resistance as traditional coils, so they take more power to heat up, take longer to heat up, and tend to get a lot hotter than traditional coils. For those who love heat, give this one a shot. Dessert flavors will taste best with these coils, since heat tends to make those creamy and syrupy notes pop more. The Clapton BVC coil has a recommended wattage range of 30 – 70 watts, making it the most power-hungry coil of the lineup.
iSub 0.5ohm Stainless Steel BVC Coil – This is the only Stainless Steel coil available for the iSub, making it an easy recommendation to anyone who prefers running temperature control mode over variable wattage. It features a single vertical 0.5 ohm stainless steel coil. The recommended temperature is 374 – 473 degrees Fahrenheit and the wattage recommendation is 30 – 60 watts.
iSub 0.5ohm BVC Coil – This is the standard kanthal variation of the 0.5 ohm BVC (bottom vertical coils) for the iSub and has a recommended wattage range of 30 – 60 watts. These will provide a cooler vaping experience than the Clapton BVC coil does at around the same wattage range. It will also heat up more quickly than the Clapton coil. While it’s cooler than the Clapton, it’s still much warmer than most of the iSub coils are, so we would still recommend Dessert flavors with this one.
iSub 0.5ohm Coil – This coil features a single horizontal 0.5ohm kanthal coil and has a recommended wattage range of 20 – 35 watts. Not only is it less power hungry than the other 0.5 ohm coils, but it’s going to give you a vaping experience that’s a whole lot cooler thanks to that low power. This coil is recommended for those who find themselves vaping fruity juices often and for those whowant a mild vape with lower vapor production.
iSub 2.0ohm Coil – This coil has the highest resistance of the line up by far and is the only one that isn’t a sub-ohm coil. It’s recommended for those making the switch from something like the Aspire Nautilus or the Kangertech Evod. This coil is a great option for people who prefer mouth-to-lung vaping. It has a recommended wattage range of 10 – 25 watts.
How To Prime Your Innokin iSub Coils
Turn your tank upside down and unscrew the base of the tank.
Remove your coil. The coil can be removed by gripping the threaded 510 of the Coil and pulling upward. The coil should just slide right out of the tank. Throw your old coil away.
Prime your new coil by adding vape juice to the cotton wick from either the top or the sides until all of the cotton looks well saturated.
If you over primed, you can use a tissue or paper towel to wrap the coil, shake a few times, and then wipe off any excess liquid from the outside.
Install your freshly primed coil by pushing the coil back into the tank ensuring that the flat metal sides of the coil fit between the raised metal guides on the tank itself.
Screw the base of your iSub onto the rest of the tank.
You are now ready to fill the iSub!
How To Fill And Prime The Innokin iSub B Tank