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What the 'Fug' is Micro Coil Building?

Posted by David Nadel on

You may have heard of micro coil building, but didn't know what it was or where to begin. Today, we're going to cover the basics of micro coil building in the hopes that you'll gain a greater understanding of what micro coil builds are as well as give you the knowledge necessary to decide if it's right for you.

What a Micro Coil Build is
A micro coil build refers to a build where the wire is wrapped close together and touching, and it also refers to the inner diameter of the wrap. This build grants us clearer flavor, better throat hit, bigger clouds, and can save us money - everything we want.

Level of experience
Micro coil building is one of the easiest and most user friendly build methods around. If you're an intermediate beginner and have been using pre-made coils for a while, then this is the natural progression for you if you want to take your vaping knowledge to the next level.

The first thing you need to decide is what type of atomizer to use. You've the choice between a RDA (rebuildable dripping atomizer) and a RTA (rebuildable tank atomizer). The RDA is the easier of the two to build on, but requires constant dripping, while building on a RTA is slightly more difficult, but holds juice longer.

Using a 28 gauge kanthal wire is the most common type for new builders; it's cheap and easy to work with.

Cotton is king when it comes to wicking material for a beginner. It's cheap, holds lots of juice, easier to thread through coils, and doesn't have it's own flavor. Ideally, you want to get organic unbleached cotton, since bleached cotton may still contain traces of bleach and chlorine.

If you're tired of your old pre-made coils and want to expand your vaping horizons, while getting tons of extra flavor with the big clouds you've been looking for, then a micro coil build might fit the bill. Try it out and see for yourself.

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