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Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coils

Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coils

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SKU: 11058

Product Name Price Quantity
Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coil, 1.5 Ohm
Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coil, 1.8 Ohm
Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coil, 2.4 Ohm
Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coil, 3.0 Ohm
Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coil, 4.0 Ohm
Smok Tech Replacement RIBBON Bottom Coil, 1.7 Ohm

  • Not compatible with other manufacturers devices that use replaceable bottom coils



Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coils

These are replacement bottom coils that are made for the Smok Tech bottom coil tanks and clearomizers.  Bottom coil tanks and clearomizers provide a nice warm vapor, with a superb clean flavor, and reduced wicking issues.  This is due to the bottom coil design.  These coils vape great and are versatile because they work with all Smok Tech bottom coil tanks and clearomizers including but not limitede to the ARO and Pyrex ARO, the Tumbler, the Trophy tank, the RBC, the NBC and the PBC.

Ribbon wire simply means flat.  Flat wire has more surface area making it easier to cover your wick and having a grerater surface area to heat liquid giving you larger amounts of vapor.  Another appeal to ribbon wire is that there is also less chance of hot spots arising on the coil.

Please note these coils are not compatable with other bottom coil tanks made by manufactureers other than Smok Tech.  All items are single coil.  1.5 Ohm coils may not work with all devices because of their low resistance.

 Click here to see if this is the right coil for your tank or clearomizer.


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  1. Bad coils Review by Nelson

    Do not last at all (Posted on 7/18/14)

  2. These coils are AWESOME Review by Amanda

    A friend recommended this site to buy these coils. We both live in Oregon and it's hard to find quality anything when it comes to vaping. Hands down.... These coils are awesome! You can absolutely expect my business from now on. (Posted on 7/8/14)

  3. great coils Review by tunesport

    I have been using these for several months now. Some dont last more than a week and depending on the tank I put it on some have leaked, but for the most part I have good things to say about them. (Posted on 4/10/14)

  4. Can be improved Review by John

    It's a hit or miss with these. Some will last a day or two before leaking into battery and getting juice in your mouth during inhale. Others will last a bit longer and degrades gradually until you get a burnt taste in the mouth. The originals that came with my Kanger Pro 1 tank lasted over a month. I will consider paying a bit more for better coils if the website carried other brands. (Posted on 4/1/14)

  5. "OK" Review by Joe

    I ordered 9 of these at 1.8 Ohm.
    The first one tasted funny.... almost like a burn but I didn't let is soak to long so I wrote it of to my stupidity. Second tasted the same so I soaked it in everclear for a hour or so, dry burned and all was well. Have tried two more with the same bad taste until I soak them.
    I've used a lot of these from different sources (never received any individually wrapped like these) and have never had the bad taste experience.
    Not real thrilled with them so I won't get anymore here. (Posted on 3/21/14)

  6. Great for a few days Review by Bridger

    Then went south real quick.
    No leaking like others have had issues with, but insane amounts of gurgling and e liquid being pulled into my mouth during inhale.
    Can't stop it no matter what I've tried.

    I ordered some wicks of Amazon and I'm going to try and rebuild it once they get here. (Posted on 3/9/14)

  7. Easy Leak fix Review by Rob

    I found that if you just flip the rubber cap so it is opposite from how it comes it leaks a lot less... still testing though but it actually just seemed like it was supposed to go that way, logically... (Posted on 2/23/14)

  8. Decent Review by Neil

    Upon first trying these I thought Smok had finally done it. After a while I ran into the same problem as ANY tanks with wicks. Dry hits. There's such a fine line between wicking well enough to keep the coil wet and a pocket full of juice that I'm about to forego tanks all together. I can fill 2 identical Aro tanks and one will dry hit as the other is leaking all over heck. Using 100% vg doesn't help any either as I'm sensitive to PG and this makes everything lean towards being dry with a full tank. Especially in cold weather. (Posted on 2/4/14)

  9. Question Review by Garrett

    Do they come with 3? (Posted on 1/5/14)

  10. A few tweaks make these things great!!! Review by Thomas

    I know what everyone means when they say these things leak, but I have learned a few little tweaks that make them last and run a lot more smoothly. If you have a used coil, keep it.

    First is the wicking issue. Yes, they do leak very randomly from time to time which is annoying. A useful trick is to take and old (or new, but old will preserve your newer coils), pop off the metal stem, and pull out one strand of the filler wick. Then, carefully pull it into 2 equal strands. Then pop off the stem from the new coil you are about to use, and place the half wick right on top of the new ones. Replace the stem, and this should stop most if not all leaks with the coil. If it leaks still, try adding a little bit more wick, and if it gets burnt hits, try taking out a little bit at a time.

    Second, if you take the little rubber cap from a used coil, and place it upside down on top of the rubber cap on the new coil, it will create a more stable seal between the coil, and the air flow stem on the tank. You may find the second rubber cap getting stuck on the stem inside of the tank sometimes when you unscrew the bottom, but you can just take a toothpick and pull it back out.

    Lastly, to make these things last a little longer, after about 4 or 5 tanks, go ahead and microwave a cup of water for 3 minutes. When the water is boiling after the time is up, take the coil, pop off the stem, and remove the flavor wicks (tweezers work very well for this), and place the coil, and the wicks, separately into the bowl of water. Leave them there, in the microwave to keep in heat, for about 15-25 minutes. Then remove them, use a q-tip or paper towel to gently dry both the flavor wicks, and the wick in the coil. After both are completely dry, you can start a dry burn to burn off all of the excess build up of old juice. The wicks are made of silica, and this material does not burn, so when you get a burnt hit, it is the old juice build up that is burning. Once it is all clean, put everything back together, and you will notice a huge improvement in flavor and vapor.

    The effort can be annoying sometimes, but compared to clearomizers which die within a weak, and cost $7-8 each, it is well worth the time.

    I am very interested in trying out the ribbon coils too! Thanks MadVapes (Posted on 11/30/13)

  11. Awful Review by Stephanie

    All 5 of the ones I purchased leaked after a day. (Posted on 11/26/13)

  12. great I think? Review by Michael

    I think I remember them working really well but they never have them in stock so I have to order from another company now. Why are 3 ohms never in stock??? (Posted on 11/14/13)

  13. One and Done...need improvement Review by David

    I use these with the Tumbler Tank and at first they vape great but it doesn't last very long. I've had no success with cleaning for another go.

    Hopefully, someone will figure out how to make these last longer. If not soon, I'll be going back to Cisco 306s and dripping. (Posted on 10/26/13)

  14. great Review by Mia

    I was using clearomizers for $ 8.99 each at a store called "Smoker Friendly". Every single one leaked into my battery. I have been vaping for about two months. I finally got my aro tank, and the flavor is amazing. I am waiting for my smoke tech winder 1300, shipped Monday in 2 day priority mail and still not here (very upset), but once I can get all my new equipment together I'll be set. Service -1, product 3-5 pts. (Posted on 10/26/13)

  15. . Review by Andrew

    @brian - where to get these "real" ones for 50 cents more? I cant find them anywhere else.

    A little update, switched from topvapor juice to something of higher quality and the tanks do last a while longer, although still sub par. (Posted on 10/16/13)

  16. Don't last then leak Review by Kevin

    I bought five and went through them in three days. Once they go bad they produce little vapor and leak into the battery! (Posted on 10/13/13)

  17. Work Great Review by slap_maxwell

    I ordered a couple of the 1.8 ohm replacement heads when I purchased a couple of the Pyrex AROs. These things just keep on going...Heck, I'm still using the originals going on two months now, but tried these low res heads for a couple of weeks just to get a feel for 'em. Great vapor and flavor with no issues. Every third or fourth tank i'll clean the wick and coil, do a dry burn and replace the two filler wicks with a couple of pieces of 1mm silica and we're back in action. I've had no leaking or burnt taste issues whatsoever. (Posted on 9/24/13)

  18. Question Review by Reynado

    THESE ARE EASY TO PUT ON. I ALWAYS SLIGHTLY LOOSEN MINE ONE TURN AND I CLIP OF A LITTLE OFF THE SILICONE GASKET WHERE THE WICK STICK OUT SO THAT MORE EJUICE GET IN THE WICK. STILL NO LEAKS AFTER ONE WEEK OF USE ON THE ORIGINAL WICK. HIGHER VOLTS WILL BURN YOUR WICH GIVING YOU A BAD TASTE. THATS WHY I CUT THE SILICONE GASKET.the one that came with clearotank is ok..Please anyone know if there is another brand of coils that will fit this Cleormizer????? did i spell that correct. lol Please answer me staff or other user. (Posted on 9/18/13)

  19. Leakywicks Review by Becky

    These don't last very long, after a day you can't taste the flavor of the juice anymore and they leak quite a bit into the battery. (Posted on 9/17/13)

  20. Waiting Review by Lana

    Smok Tech Replacement Bottom Coil for the ARO, Trophy and Tumbler, 2.4 Ohm
    Please get these in stock!
    Your web site is very slow! (Posted on 9/12/13)

  21. Not long lasting.. Review by Coleman

    Andrew's review is dead-on. I thought that maybe I was doing something wrong or stupid because the original carto lasted a week and then replacements burn out quick. It is the carto, for sure. I am gonna have to keep buying them because I love the tanks so much but, man, I have to have a stockpile of these replacements. (Posted on 9/7/13)

  22. not so impressed Review by Andrew

    ive had my ARO pyrex for a while now, and the original atomizer it came with lasted about a week, which was tolerable. I'm not sure if the same company made these replacements, but they seem to only last me 2-3 days at best, which is pretty terrible. They work great when they do work, but then they randomly decide to leak into the battery, or will work great one puff, then dead the next (no gradual deterioration like on other atomizers). I love the ease of use on the ARO compared to my old cartos, but my old cartos were only $2.50 and lasted at least a week or two. Maybe it is just the 2.4 ohm replacements, will have to experiment with others. (Posted on 9/4/13)

  23. Great coils! Review by Luke

    These bottom coils have been awesome for my ARO and Tumbler tanks! For me, they seem to last a solid 30mls of juice until they start to lose optimal taste. I haven't bothered to see if I can clean and reuse the coils because, honestly, they're so inexpensive I figure why bother? My only concern is not with the product itself, but if MV will keep these coils in stock. I've stocked up on them, but I do hope that they are able to keep this awesome coil around! (Posted on 7/31/13)


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