UWELL Rafale Coils
Uwell’s Rafale Sub-Ohm Tank has quickly become one of the hottest atomizer tanks in the electronic cigarette market. It features a vertical orientation with a dual parallel design that increases wire contact area and allows for a huge amount of wattage input, up to 120 watts with the 0.2ohm coil. These 4 packs of Rafale Coils are sold in three different resistance levels so you can choose the one that fits your vaping needs. All coils feature 100% organic Japanese cotton wicks to provide you with pure taste and a healthier vape. They also have gold plated bottoms for better conductivity. Make sure to keep these innovative coils on hand at all times so you don’t get stuck in a situation where you’re cloud chasing is cut short by a burnt coil.
This package of 5 Rafale Replacement Coil Features:
- Choose from 3 Resistance Levels:
- 0.1Ω Ni200 Nickel for Temperature Control 302-662°F
- 0.2Ω SUS316 Stainless Steel for Regular Wattage 60-120W
- 0.5Ω SUS316 Stainless Steel for Regular Wattage 40-80W
- 100% Organic Japanese Cotton
- Gold Plated Contact Pin
- Only Intended for use in Rafale Subtank
Replacing the atomizer head in your Uwell Rafale Personal Vaporizer is essential for both performance and great tasting flavor. A burnt out coil will not heat up as well resulting in less vapor production. What you put in your e-cigarette or mod every day will affect the length of your coil. Your e-juice is one of the biggest factors of coil lifespan. Both the vegetable glycerin (VG) and acidity levels of your e-liquids affect coil life. Other than your liquid, the coil wattage and how frequently you vape are also key factors.
How do you know if it is time to get a new coil? The first sign that people notice is a decrease in vapor cloud production. After that, you may hear gurgling noises and experience e-liquid leaking into your mouth. If you put off changing it for too long, you will eventually experience low-to-no vapor production at all or a burnt taste when inhaling.
General coil replacement guidelines say that if you’re a heavy vaper or cloud chaser who vapes multiple times a day, you’ll more than likely need to replace your coil every 5 to 7 days. If you are a moderate vaper, just taking a couple drags here and there throughout the day, then you will probably need to replace your coil approximately every 14 days. And if you’re a light vaper, who just takes a few puffs here and there, you can probably get somewhere near 3 weeks out of an atomizer coil. Of course, these are just helpful hints, not hard rules. Therefore, if you notice any of the above issues with your e-cig, make sure to replace the coil as soon as you can for the best vaping experience.