Thursday, March 5, 2015

Coil Master Review

 So, here is the long promised +Coil Master review!

I'll save you some time if you are a seasoned atomizer rebuilder, and just say yes. Buy this. It makes life so much easier, it almost feels illegal. Otherwise, I've decided to show you how to use it. Continue if you want to see that.

I'll be making a coil for a copper 22mm Plume Veil

You'll notice it has space for up to 4 coils easily. Most folks will do two coils, with one on each side. I personally prefer one twisted coil. You get better flavor, and it's just easier.

I'll be using 29GA Kanthal

I start by cutting two pieces of wire about 7 inches long. Then connect those pieces onto a pair of pliers, and the clip on a cheap multi-bit screwdriver.

I hold the pliers still and spin the screwdriver to twist the wires together.

After clipping the ends, you should end up with something that looks like this. The point to twisting together multiple smaller wires rather than using one thick one is that juice gets trapped between the wires, making for a better vape when you fire up the coil.

You'll notice the Coil Master has a hole in the base handle. You thread your twisted wire through here, then hold the end of the wire with your thumb.

You then put the cap back on the bit. You'll notice the cap has a raised head on it. This is what does the work. 

You then spin the cap. Be careful that you make your coils tight, just like you would if you were using a screwdriver shaft or drillbit to wrap your coils.

Isn't that pretty?

I registered 1.04 ohm which is right in the ballpark I'm shooting for.

And that's really all there is to it. 

The Coil Master is just a really great product. It takes the pain out of the hardest part of making your own coils for vaping. You can pick one up here:



Note: I do have two of these (in red) to give away. I'll be doing a giveaway in the near future on +Google+