Coil Build Sundays! Coil Build Techniques and Safety with Ethan Rider of DreadyVapes!

Want to learn to build a consistent, safe coil? Ready for some next level, staggered-fused-Claption-coil action? Chasing flavor or clouds? Come to our Sunday Coil Workshop at

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By Ethan Rider @dreadyvapes

Boulder Vapor House and experience the best in Colorado Vaping. Learn safe coil-building, $5 for beginners, and $10 for advanced, includes the lesson and the materials.

Why is it so important to build a safe, consistent coil?

We are putting emphasis here on safety and consistency. Whether you are chasing clouds or flavor, Ethan can teach you how to put together a safe, basic build, without an Ohms-reader, (for those rare situations when you don’t have access to one) but want the comfort of knowing that your build is safe.

A well-built coil will primarily be safe. Your choice of which coil-build to use is based on a number of factors, such as a preference for flavor, or one for clouds, which atomizer you are using, etc. Choosing the right build for your mod is crucial for a safe, satisfying vaping experience. There are many different types of coils, let’s take a look at just a few build options:

The three basic coils: Nano-coils are the smallest, they have a lower resistance and the option to build a “dragon-wick”, which will get you pretty big clouds on a relatively high-resistance build. That means a safe and cool vape with nice clouds.  The micro-coil will need juice more often.  Micro-coils are tightly wrapped coils around moderately sized bit or screwdriver.  Macro-coils have a larger inside diameter than micro-coils.  For this reason you can stuff a bunch of cotton in it and you won’t have to drip as often. Plus, it has higher resistance compared to micro or nano.

Parallel Micro-coils create flavor and clouds superior to any previous coil. The downside? These coils will go through batteries like vapor through your fingers.

Twisted coils: Depending on what you are twisting (kanthal or nickel), these coils will give you amazing flavor and big clouds. Essentially they are the same as parallel coils, except twisted together.

Claptons: This will provide you the MOST flavorful build out there. It is essentially made the same way a guitar string is made, by wrapping a smaller wire around a larger wire, creating the most channels for the juice the seep into the wick and provide amazing surface area.

Stovetops: Usually a single coil, wrapped in a spiral, mimicking the shape of a stove coil. This one is mostly for aesthetic purposes.

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The Art of Wrapping the Coil

As for learning when to use which coils there is no formula, because some atomizers perform better with one or the other depending on the shape of the air-holes, the chamber, and the posts. To sum it up, choosing the correct coil depends on your preference and your atomizer.

There are a MULTITUDE of coil builds. Ethan Rider can teach you even more about building coils and new ways of wrapping wire. So, jump in and come to our Sunday Coil Workshop at Boulder Vapor House, the perfect opportunity to learn how to build a new and unique coil to make vaping more fun, safe and accessible.

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