Replacement Coils & Atomizer Heads
Vapor Authority is dedicated to offering only the finest, highest-quality, and most cutting-edge products on the market. We carry a wide variety of replacement atomizer coils / heads from top brands, such as Aspire, Atom Vapes, Eleaf, Horizon, Innokin, Joyetech, Kanger, Sense, SMOKtech, Uwell, Vaporesso, and many more. We carry all of the various options you are searching for, from temperature control coils to sub-ohm, and Clapton coils to quadruple-coils. Regardless of your specific needs, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for at the best price around. Available in multiple resistances, Vapor Authority has the replacement atomizer heads / coils you need for your clearomizers, glassomizers, and tanks.
Temperature Control Atomizer Coils: When temperature control atomizer coils are coupled with a temperature sensing and limiting MOD, you can set and adjust the actual temperature of the atomizer coil. This not only greatly improves the intensity and robustness of the e-juice, but also virtually eliminates dry and burnt hits. Temperature control coils are made with either stainless steel, nickel, or titanium metal. Kanthal atomizer coils cannot be used with temperature control MODs. It is important to note that using a temperature control atomizer coil with a device that does not offer sensing and limiting capability can be extremely dangerous and should never be attempted.
Sub-Ohm Atomizer Coils: Sub-ohm atomizer coils are those with a resistance below 1.0 ohms. The benefit of sub-ohm coils is that they can accommodate much higher wattages, as wattage and resistance enjoy an inverse relationship. Higher output wattage, in turn, translates into much larger vaper clouds. Sub-ohm atomizer coils can be made with Kanthal, nickel, titanium, and stainless steel wires.
Calpton Atomizer Coils: Clapton coils function is the exact way other coils do; however, its coil construction is unique and intricate. Similar to the way in which a guitar string is constructed, Clapton atomizer coils involve wrapping a smaller gauge wire with a larger gauge one. This configuration provides for increased surface area, which translates into larger vapor clouds and intensified flavor. Moreover, the larger gauge wire produces small pockets of space that traps e-juice, thereby further increasing the robustness of the flavor.
Kanthal Atomizer Coils: Kanthal coils are standard atomizer heads that are made with Kanthal resistance wire. Available in a wide range of resistances, Kanthal wire is suitable for variable wattage/voltage as well as constant voltage devices. Kanthal coils cannot be used in temperature control mode, but rather can only be used is wattage/power mode.
Stainless Steel Atomizer Coils: Stainless Steel atomizer coils are those that are made with stainless steel 316L metal alloy. This particular grade of stainless steel is used for its low carbon content, as well as its ability to sustain excellent tensile strength at high temperatures. Stainless Steel atomizer coils can be used in wattage/power mode as a substitute for Kanthal coils. When paired with a temperature control, sensing, and limiting MOD with a stainless steel mode, 316L coils can be used for temperature control as well.
Nickel Atomizer Coils: Nickel atomizer coils are those that are made with nickel (Ni-200) metal. The Ni-200 grade is the absolute purest commercially-available nickel around. Ni-200 Nickel has many excellent properties that makes it perfect for atomizer coils. Nickel can only be used with temperature control MODs, and cannot be used in wattage/power mode. Attempting to use a nickel coil with a device that doesn’t offer temperature control, sensing, and limiting is very dangerous.
Titanium Atomizer Coils: Titanium atomizer coils are those that are made with titanium metal alloy. Exceptionally strong and able to withstand extremely high temperatures, titanium is a wonderful metal for atomizer heads. Titanium atomizer coils can only be used with temperature control MODs, and cannot be used in wattage/power mode. As with nickel coils, using a titantium coil with a device that doesn’t offer temperature control, sensing, and limiting is very dangerous.