Geekvape Framed Staple Coils – F202
Geekvape have done it again, pushing the limits and bounderies of vaping with these new Geekvape Framed Staple Coils. There are 2 different variations in this box to choose from with 4 of each variation. Clapton Coils are designed much like a guitar string, wire wrapped around a single, double or triple core. The idea is that the more surface area of wire that comes into contact with your e-liquid then the better the flavour will be. These boxes contain 8 coils in 2 different styles and a Coil Jig Tool.
Type 1 :
A Double twisted 26 gauge core with another two 26 gauge Kanthal (KA1) wire’s running up either side in the centre these 4 wires are wrapped in a 32 gauge Nichrome (N80) wire.
( 4 wraps rated at 0.2 Ω )
Type 2 :
A core centre of one 32 gauge wire encased in five 34 gauge Kanthal (KA1) wire’s with two 26 gauge (KA1’s) running up either side as the centre, these are wrapped in a 32 gauge Nichrome (N80) wire.
( 4 wraps rated at 0.25 Ω )
*These coils have a diameter of Φ3.0 and will not fit all RDA’s
Whats in the Box ?
- 4 x 0.2 Ohm Framed Staple Twisted Coils
- 4 x 0.25 ohm Framed Staple Fused Clapton Coils
- 1 x Coil Jig Tool
Important information about Sub Ohm Vaping:
These replacement coils are designed for sub-ohm vaping. They require more vaping experience to use safely, and extra care should be taken when using a sub ohm tank. These coils will only work on a Battery Mod capable of firing sub ohm atomisers. Please ensure that your batteries can handle the extra power requirements, and that your mod can handle the amps.
We also advise not to use any e-liquid with more than 6mg of nicotine, as your vapour may taste harsh. Sub ohm vaping produces a bigger throat hit than standard coils, and extra care should be taken.
Safety Notice :
Sub-Ohm tanks and coils must be used by experienced and knowledgeable users as additional safety precautions must be practiced when using these items. These products need to work on a mod/battery capable of firing at sub-Ohm resistances. So, for example, if you have a 0.5 Ohm coil in your tank, your mod/battery must be capable of firing at 0.5 Ohm resistance, or lower. You also need to ensure your device can cope with the amps. Improper use can lead to physical injury and damaged equipment.