S-Coil MTL - 1.0Ohm (JAC Vapour) 5 Pack
Awesome coil! try em..if you know whats good for you!:) - by julian , 10 February 2019
Still tastes as good as it did when I installed it! which is ridiculously good!
if I had to have a tiny moan about anything with the coil, it would be that it sucks up ever so slightly more juice than my old faithful's the Eleaf 1.50 ohm GS air coils, which as you can tell, have now been surpassed.
I would love to try a single s-coil MTL 1.50ohm, as so say, it go's though less juice than the 1.00. but no one here stocks them yet, if there as good as these, I'd start getting the 1.50 packs as well, if proven to do so....................JAC Vapour: Thanks for the review, these coils do last well, if they are primed, another little trick is if you do get any suggestion of a slight burn, just loosen the topfill for a around 30 secs and then tighten up again, this releases pressure and will normally kick start a coil again. The 1.5 should be back in stock it's listed here https://www.jacvapour.com/vape-s-coil-mtl-1-5 it basically tones things down a bit over the 1.0ohm coil, I personally use it for nic salts, and it lasts around the same time frame.
Quite a lot of resistance (too much for me) - by Jordy, 8 February 2019
same as below - by JOsh, 30 January 2019
Superb with a Vim as long as they are properly primed. - by Andrew, 29 January 2019
Since then I’ve switched to the 1ohm MTL coil in a Vim. The difference is startling. I’ve not had a single issue and the current coil is just going on and on. It’s frankly astonishing, it’s 9 days old now which means 27ml of juice so far and it’s still absolutely fine. I probably should change it as I’m sure the flavour must have dropped off, but I’m curious to see how long it will keep performing.
The only thing I’ve done differently is to take Jacvapours advice about priming and modify it, so I put two drops in the wicking holes, three in the top, wait a minute or two for it to soak in and do it again, so 6 drops in the top and 4 in each wicking hole. That’s probably overdoing it, but it’s working for me.
I still get an occasional slight burnt taste if I try a 1ohm in an S22 which I don’t understand, but with the Vim they are, so far, faultless, and since the Vim suits me very well indeed that’s my vaping needs finally sorted for the foreseeable future, so much so that I now have two Vims, meaning one is always ready fully charged.
Thanks Jac and apologies for giving you a hard time in other reviews.....................JAC: I am glad you are getting on with the VIM, our coils are tightly packed this should allow more longevity, but does mean priming is needed, I suspect your coil will go on quite bit longer, I have people on the forum that have run them for a full month, I wouldn't advise that, but it is possible. Another tip in regards to preventing dry hits is, if you get any hint of a burn unscrew the top cap, and then tighten back up, this releases any negative pressure and allows wicking to catch up quicker, it's a good trick with a new coil sometimes and will work with any tank and stock coil.
Great coils when they work. - by Stephen G, 10 January 2019
Good when they're good, annoying when they're full of duds - by Simon, 12 December 2018
The reason for my reluctance is that they're so unreliable. Out of my current pack of 5, 3 have been duds. One was, what I would call as a Cigar fan; PLUGGED. And the others just leak, leak through the holes, spit back at you regardless of tank clearing tricks. And yeh, I do prime them every time.
I wish they were more reliable because I love the S22 TF, but the coils need serious work, if this unreliability can be identified at manufactuer level...................JAC Vapour Ltd: It sounds like your coils are flooding, if this is the case you just flick the device ( in the instructions) and it should clear. While we do get a few users that have issues, it's very rare, and I use these coils everyday myself, as do many people in the business, and I have never had a coil leak in the VIM or the S22, a new coil does always gargle after priming from the top, but a quick flick and it's then good. There may be another issue, possibly with the actual device, but if you are doing as advised, I would suggest you contact CS and we look at changing the tank, to see if that helps. I have seen one unit that leaked consistently and it turned out to be that the chimney had been over machined and was not connecting fully with the coil, so it could be something like that.
Great Coils - by Matthew, 5 December 2018
Not as good as others. - by Gav, 27 November 2018
The flavour is just not as good as some competitors, namely Aspire Nautilus and Innokin T20 S. It starts off well albeit without the depth of flavour of the coils I just mentioned. Flavour very quickly deteriorates to almost nothing. Numerous coils burn out too soon and often they seem to get 'blocked' so that drawing on the ecig becomes too much bother to be worth the effort. On those occasions I have disassembled the tank to check for blockages in the chimney, coils and base but there have been none. The intake holes on the coils seem to be too small to keep up with regular vaping and they're placed too high on the coil so that you need to refill sooner than you should, despite the fact that the coil sits deep in the tank in an attempt to off-set this. It's a design flaw which suggests they designed the tank around the coil - but the coil is the problem.
Clearly a lot of thought has gone into the products and the quality of build and materials is up there with the best. I prefer the tanks to the Nautilus and T20 but cannot regularly vape JacVapour products because of the hassle caused by the coils, which is a real shame. I've never had more than 5 days out of these, and that's WITH the flavour vanishing after 1 or 2.................JAC Vapour Ltd: I am not sure what is happening here, I use a 65% VG base at 18 watts and never get a coil burn out. I know you are an experienced vaper, but this is not always obvious, have you primed form the top and bottom of coil, i.e. 2 drops on each wick hole, and then 3 drops into the top of the coil (basically down the centre of the coil. Our wicks are more tightly packed than others and require priming from both ends to get the flow going. I do know some nicsalt bases reduce life, bu in my experience, they reduce life on all coils. If you are wicking from both ends, then I suggest you contact customer service and we get the exact liquid you use, and we can try and mimic the issue on a device here, juts mention that you have had this suggested by the engineer that answered your review, thanks for the feedback.
Not all 'duds' are faulty coils - by Iain, 20 November 2018
What I have found is that sometimes the new coil doesn’t fire initially (with all due preparation) - if I take out the newly replaced coil then reinsert it carefully and tighten strongly in place, it then works. Also not to over tighten the tank on to the battery.
My problem then is changing the coil when there is liquid in the top-fill tank - I have to plug the mouth piece while inverting the tank to refit the coil - loses liquid and is a mess when it does.
Just a thought that maybe a lot of reported 'duds' may be due to the coil just being a thou out in replacement - even with my 'experience' - it’s my user dexterity more often than not that is at fault! (I use PG > VG for my taste so not sure if some problems may otherwise be due to viscosity of higher VG liquids for some).
If CS can advise a trick to change a top-fill coil without losing liquid already in tank that would be a bonus............JAC: Thanks for the pointers, the last quarter turn on some coils can be a bit tight, so maybe that is the issue, without that last turn the coil does not connect properly. As you say, also over tightening the tank this forces the spring loaded pin right to the base and it can basically cause a short, the battery safety then kicks in and prevents firing of the tank, all tanks should juts be finger tight. In regards to replacing the coil without a mess, you need to make sure the liquid in the device is not full, so if you turn the tank upside down and the liquid is touching the coil, the tank is too full to replace the coil, you need to vape it down a bit, and then replace the coil. If you can imagine the coil meets the chimney forming the sealed tube for the airflow right through the tank, so splitting this while liquid is past where the coil meets the chimney allows all the juice to run down the chimney and out the mouth tip. Basically you can only replace the coil when the tank is half full, in most other modern devices you actually have to have an empty tank to refill.
never had a dud - by Gentgeorge, 15 November 2018
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