sc0tte1: Ps can't you just use a regular electrical multi-meter to measure the
resistance instead of getting one of these specialized meters with the
screw attachments? That's what I'm going to be doing. Even though my eVic
shows the resistance, I'm not sure how accurate it is.
Dan D. Dirges: Why are you doing this? I was told all you have to do is screw in a new
atomizer coil head every couple weeks.
HylianChocobo: Will building my own coil increase the performance any? I love my EVODs,
I've had, I think, four(?) of them for almost a month now, but already as a
new vaper I'm finding myself wanting to move on to something a little
Sojko Macka: Where can i get these flavour wicks, note im not from america?
dave klier: oh that isnt that hard. lol. glad i found this video! if the FDA kills
vaping i will just build my own and make my own juice... tada lol
Matthew Poole: Love your products man! I'm going to try and rebuild one of these kanger
coils for sure!
gill gilchrist: Ps-does eBay do those pliers lol I buy my gear from eBay cause don't no
sc0tte1: I love my T3, it came with my eVic and honestly think it vapes better than
my Viva Nova and my Kanger Protank 3...As soon as this coil goes bad I'm
definitely going to try my hands at doing a rebuild to save money and not
order replacement coils anymore.
gill gilchrist: I'm new to all this I got 2mm wick&1mm for flavour going to try it for
first time on my protank mini evod,question should mini protank get hot
near coil while vaping?my new one I just got is hot
LOCO808: Got it first try, thanks a lot bro.
autotronics GPS: Hi
Slightly off topic, which camera are you using to do this video ?
Meaghan Rockman: i see you used 2 1mm wicks for flavor can you just use 2mm for that too?
timmerdonkey: Can someone tell me what silicon wick is? I have tanks but don't have
access to replace coil or I just need the wick. don't want to start smoking
cigs again, I live in the phils, small island no access to coil heads or
whatever this stuff is called.
Jake Wheeler: I'm using the same battery, when I begin the dry burn my battery blinks 2-3
times. W/no burn. Please help!!
Jonathan Spadafora: I rebuilt the could head, but when i use it on my kanger or any other high
end battery's it just blinks.But for some reason it works with and old junk
XPS battery. Any one know what went wrong?
Keith Undom: Can you build with a 28g the same way or would it not work
Julie LAWRENCE: Brilliant! This is the first tutorial that has impressively worked first
time! No leakage, no gurgling, lovely vape- thank you very much :D
Blaze Dube: heat the wire under flame b4 wrapping it and the factory oils wont soak
into wick when you heat it, then you wont half to soak the thing over
night. just assemble and use right away
Casey Rollins: Dooooood. You just saved me much frustration with this video. Tried
rebuilding a coil without it, and got all messed up. I followed your clear
instructions, and I'm back to vaping like a boss. Thank you!
Veronica Stewart: HELLO ! JUST WANTED TO SAY LIKE YOUR VID. , YOU GO IN TO DETAIL AND FOR ME
THATS WHAT I NEED ! MY FIRST BUILD 2 OMS. BUT NOW WHY THE HOT WATER WHAT
DOES THAT DO ?
e roder: thank you !!!! nice vid ...very clear!!
Ammon Twohundrednine: in romania, a coil costs somewhere around 2 dollars. with this money i can
buy kanthal and silica wires to build about 20-30 coils. SAVINGS ! thanks
for the tutorial xD
Eric Cordova: Is the effort really worth it when replacements are so cheap?
joey r rampersaud: great video! i just had a few questions. i opened it up and saw that the
wires were wrapped closely. why did you you choose to do it spaced apart?
and can i use a lower gauge wire like a 30 or 28 and if so how many wraps
would you say would be best for clouds and less throat hit?
Kay Anderson: Do you recommend 32 gauge @ 13.75 ohms/ft or the 5.27 ohms/ft? Great
video! I'm just ordering the supplies to rebuild for the first time. Can
you use copper, brass or gold wire? Kay
Jessie Vallad: I'm a tinkerer, have been all my life. In fact I make a living building
electronic components that I developed. But this really must be a labor of
love...or way too much time on your hands! For as low as 2.99 for 5 of
these, I will just keep buying them! Cool video though.
Shinobi-Vapor: Great video. Just did my first coil rebuild for my itaste vv 3. Hit 2
ohms on my coil and was able to fix my hot spots. Next time I'm going to
try for 1.5 ohms. Would love to see a video of you building a IGO-W or
msparker32: Thanks for posting. Very informative.
piemashandliquor: Informative, easy to understand video. I've been looking to rebuild my
coils and this is by far the easiest video to follow. Thanks!
Gary McGeorge: Hello Snaredrummmer88!!! i just purchased some wick, wire and tools from
your ebay account. great prices if anybody out there is wondering. my
questions is are you torching the wick and/or wire before you are
rebuilding the coil? thanks alot for everything!
ninjagear23: Nice vid man, thanks. I learned a lot and I will be trying this out.
Crystal Miller: Great video, just thought I would point out a few things I do differently:
I prefer to torch the silica and the wire before building the coil. This
gets rid of the silica taste and makes the wire easier to work with
(reducing the springy-ness of the wire). I also build the coil a little
differently. instead of wrapping the coil directly on the silica I wrap it
around a tooth pick or 18 gauge needle then set the needle in place on the
head and assemble the head around it. This allows you to replace the
wicking material without removing the whole coil (especially nice if you
use hemp or cotton). You can look up the coiling technique by googleing
"micro coil build" or something to that effect.
1232sean: Hey Sean. I bought an extra MT3S Atomizer the other day, and the coil that
fits into it and the stem receiver itself was a different size than those
on my stock MT3S EVOD Starter Kit Atomizers. The extra Atomizer Coil Stem
looks to be the same size as the one you are replacing in this video. The
stem is smaller in both outer diameter and length than the stock 1.8 ohm
coils that came with my EVOD Starter Kit Atomizers. And the Stem Receiver
inner diameter is smaller than my EVOD Starter Kit Atomizers Do you know
what the deal is with these size differences? I really would like to by
some more MT3S Atomizers that are the same size as my stock Atomizers.
Thanks for the videos.
Kewl Beans: tried this w/ copper can't get it to fire :(
magrosi65: Why did you dryburn a fresh coil? Thanks!
Eric Rhodes: Wow bookmarked this video awhile back and never got around to watching it
until now. Then realized I ended up finding you on eBay not even knowing it
was the same person in the video I had bookmarked. Good stuff. Anybody
looking for wick and wire should check his eBay listings. Super cool guy,
good prices and well packaged for shipment.
Mike Santiago: I ended up doing this and it works out great! Good tutorial, thanks alot
Kennykid2002: Do you recommend smaller sized wick for the T3/T3S, or just going straight
alex nguyen: What would happen if you substitute a stainless steel wick for the silica
Steve Smith: Dude, your vids rock! I will be buying the stuff I need to rebuild my coils
from now on! And for the guys asking why rebuild, get a clue! It's cheap,
easy, and you always have a new coil. I say, why not!
Mikeos: I tried this with some wick and a bit of coil the guy at my local ecig shop
gave me. Massive fail. Tasted disgusting, so I must have messed up. I think
it was the dry burn. Every time I've ever tried dry burning it always seems
to make the taste worst. Great video though, but I think I'll just stick to
buying a 5 pack of replacement heads for my evod!
richardkkirk: Shawn, where did you get your resistance tester from, hoping to get one
Mellowman468: thicker coil.
Mike Santiago: I've actually had a coils that I haven't used, (I was sent the wrong coils)
I took them apart and put them in the evod as described. It worked, so I
decided to order in the wire and silica wick so I could do this on my own.
I just have one question. Why do you dry burn the coil? I've never done
this before with any coil and I've always wondered why it was done. Also I
guess why must they soak?
Umair G: Hey. Does it really matter which side is positive or negative. I mean one
of them is going to use the rubber grommet as an insulator and the other
one the base.
Sean Hanson: .20mm
Sean Hanson: Yes, that is the case. I don't know of any off the top of my head where it
does matter. It's just completing a circuit.
Sean Hanson: Meh, I haven't had a lot of luck, but don't let me stop you. Too leaky for
Sean Hanson: You can absolutely use nichrome, If you are looking for kanthal wire
though, check the description on this video for links to kanthal wire on
ebay and amazon