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SMOK | TFV12 Prince Coils | 0.15 Ohm Strip | Pack of 3

by Smok
Original price £10.99 - Original price £10.99
Original price
£10.99
£10.99 - £10.99
Current price £10.99

Product Description 

Specifically engineered for the Smok V12 Prince tank and compatible kits, the Smok TFV12 Prince Coils are perfect for sub-ohm vaping. To achieve optimal performance, pair these coils with high VG e-liquids that have a VG ratio of 70% or higher. With a variety of resistances available, you can customise your vaping experience to suit your preferences.

The Q4 0.4 Ohm Coils feature a quadruple coil build, offering a satisfying balance of flavour and vapour production within a wattage range of 60-80W.

For a more intense vaping experience, the X6 0.15 Ohm Coils utilise a sextuple coil build, delivering exceptional performance at a higher wattage range of 80-100W.

If discreet sub-ohm vaping is your preference, the M4 0.17 Ohm Coil, with its quadruple coil build, operates at a lower wattage range of 40-60W while still providing satisfying vapour production.

Looking for massive clouds? The T10 0.12 Ohm Coils feature a decuple coil build, supporting a wattage output of 60-120W. These coils are designed to produce the most vapour in the range.

For a well-rounded experience with a balance of vapour and flavour, the X2 0.4 Ohm Coils feature a traditional Clapton coil build. They perform optimally within a wattage range of 40-80W.

With the Smok TFV12 Prince Coils, you have a wide selection of options to customise your sub-ohm vaping experience, ensuring exceptional flavour and vapour production every time you vape.

Technical Specs

  • Smok Sub Ohm Coils
  • Mesh Coil Builds
  • Compatible With High VG E-Liquids
  • DTL Vaping

In the box

  • 3 x Smok TFV12 Prince V12 Replacement Vape Coils

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