Your Questions Answered:
Q: I am a beginner, what is the best kit for me?
A: Your first kit should a a simple one. This will allow you to understand and get used to it's functionality, without being overpowered by things such as Variable Wattage, Temperature Control and other functions available on devices today. The Aspire Pockex is a great kit for beginners as it is both simple, small in form factor and above all portable so you will never be caught without a vape when you want one.
Q: Do all coils fit all tanks?
A: Some manufacturers design their tanks to use the same replacement coils across their entire range however, this is not always the case and in fact it's pretty rare. We recommend making a note of your tanks coil compatibility in order to purchase the correct coils.
Q: What makes a sub ohm tank?
A: First of all, let's clarify what Ohms are. An ohm is the measure of electrical resistance of the coil inside an atomizer or tank. It is normally shown using this symbol - Ω. The more wraps a coil has and the thinner said wire is, the higher the resistance and fewer, thicker wraps of wire tend to be a lower resistance. Any atomizer coil with a resistance bellow 1.00 ohms such as (0.50, 0.15, etc.) is a sub ohm coil.
Q: My coils are burning out far too quickly, why is this happening?
A: Coils can burn out for various reasons. This can be due to the coils not being fully saturated with e-liquid when originally primed, or by using the coil at too high a wattage. Most coils have a wattage range displayed on the side, and it is advised that you stay within this range to prolong the life of the coils. Chain vaping is also another factor that can contribute to this as you are not allowing the coil to re-saturate with e-liquid, therefore vaping on a dry coil.
Q: What’s the difference between voltage and wattage?
A: Voltage is the direct current given out by the battery and the wattage is the measure of power distributed to the coil from the battery. Wattage can be changed easily using a variable wattage device. More importantly, Voltage will take all the set power the user has defined in the menu and send all of it through the coil. Variable Wattage on the other hand uses the coil's resistance as a guideline and takes the Ohms into consideration, ensuring too much power is not sent to the coil causing it to fail. VW is used in every single regulated device today as it is the most popular form of adjustment.