Innokin is a vaping hardware manufacturer, that has a great sortiment of vaping kits. However, there are many types of coils in the vaping industry, confusing to those who just started vaping. To make matters worse, there is a starter kit brand called Innokin, which has even more coil variations to choose from specific to a particular kit within the brand.
Don’t get me wrong, Innokin is a great brand and great for new vapers as they are easy to use and can introduce you to vaping smoothly. You can choose to go for a kit that can give you a mouth to lung (MTL) experience with the same sensation as smoking or go for a lung to mouth (LTM) with more clouds.
Therefore, at Vapestorm, we sell different types of Innokin kits. We will go through the coils that are suitable for each kit. However, first, let’s do a quick lesson about coils and see what they are exactly.
What are coils?
A coil is one of the atomizer head parts, which is the heart of your vaping experience. An atomizer head converts energy from the battery and heats the coil inside. This then vaporizes e liquid that is soaked into the wicking material, which we then inhale.
The coil within this consists of resistance wire wrapped in an absorbent material – wicking material, usually cotton. Once filled with vape juice, this cotton heats up by the wire (coil) and creates vapor. So there you go! The coil creates vapor.
If you check out our website and type in the search section Innokin, you will find that we have the following Innokin starter kit:
Innokin Endura T18-E and T18II
These two vape kits are the most suitable for new vapers. Both are great for hassle-free vaping with their pen-style shape. You pour in your e liquid and ready to go. The kits come with a ready coil and a spare one as well however, when you are at the point of changing the coil, the best one to use for this is the Innokin Prism 18E Coils.
A pack of 5 coils cost £6.49 and will last a month or so. They have a resistance of 1.5ohm and come with Japanese cotton, which is excellent with it. These are suitable for MTL ( mouth to lung vaping) and recommended with High PG e liquids. These coils are also suitable for:
- T18 ii kit tank
- T18 ii mini kit tank
- T18e kit tank
- T22e Coils
- Any Prism compatible vape kit
Innokin T20S Endura kit
This kis is again great for beginners, but I would say this is an upgrade. It comes with a 1,500mAh battery and a LED power indicator that shows the remaining power level. The best coil for the T20S is the Prism S replacement coils. Price is £7.59 for 5 coils with 1.5ohm resistance. This coil is also suitable for Innokin EZ WATT Kit but nothing else. So make sure that you use this coil type for these two kits ONLY.
Innokin T22E Endura Starter kit
Also, the T22E is not shaped like a pen anymore but more like a mod, for starters. The battery is 2000mAh produces a power output of 14W. This kit will also give you a smooth MTL experience. The coil to go with this one is the Innokin Prism 18E coils. Same as for the T18E and T18 II.
The last two types of coils we will mention here are the iSub coils, from which there is the iSub Replaceable Coil, which is suitable with Innokin iSub PC, iSub G, iSub S, iSub V, and Innokin iSub Apex. Made of stainless steel, the coil contains Katnhal wire and are available in 0.2 and 0.5ohm resistance. You can purchase a pack of 5 at a price of £6.45.
Last but not least, the Innokin ISUB Plex 3D Coils. These can be used with Innokin Cool Fire IV, Innokin Coolfire Ultra TC150, INNOKIN Kroma A, Innokin Oceanus. These coils are made up of 3D mesh coil and organic wick consisting of wood pulp and cotton. These produce more vapour and delivers fantastic flavour.