Innokin Podin Replacement Coil
It’s no small wonder the Innokin Replacement Pod is highly-rated for its MTL vaping experience.
Mouth-to-lung vapers say they love the Innokin Podin pod coils that produce high resistance, low-wattage plus consistent thick clouds, good flavours and vapour production.
Frequently bought together
- Price is for 1 coil
Priming and changing coils
The coils are easily replaced without changing the reusable Podin pod. The pod can be rotated counter-clockwise to remove the base on which the kanthal coil is fastened.
Drip about 3 or 4 drops of juice inside the coil, ensure the O ring is set in place, then place the base on the pod and rotate clockwise. Wait a few minutes before you start vaping to saturate the wick first.
Changing coils is a simple task, but when changing, ensure the coil is fastened on tightly afterwards. The Podin kanthal coils, aided by the 8-9W output, are described by Innokin as being perfect for nicotine salts that boost flavour and deliver a great throat hit. Vapers also have good vaping experiences with low VG liquids that are recommended for the pods.
The coils are so tiny they have a short life span, however, the wonderful vape experience makes up for that, plus the coils are inexpensive.
The coils are made from stainless steel and have a threaded base. The adjustable airflow can quickly and easily be fine-tuned by a side button.
Then by pressing a button on the mod the boost mode heat increases from 8 to 9W on the 1.3 Kanthal-ohm coil, for enhanced flavours and vapours.
With such a high-resistance and a low-wattage output, the Podin is meant for mouth-to-lung vapers who prefer flavour and quality over cloud density.