Time for another tutorial on some vaping 101 basics! How to prime a coil and why!
We always recommend new starters to pop into a local store so we can give you a proper rundown on the what’s a how’s of getting a vape.
Priming is one of those essential basics most newbies will forget which will make their first experience often very rocky!
Watch our short tutorial below to get you up to speed with priming premade pods and sub-ohm coils!
– Mixology Team
Hi everyone welcome back to Mixology Vape Youtube channel.
Today I am showing you how to prime different types of coils.
We will start off with a standard pod system, one EGO AIO
enclosed coil and just your standard sub ohm coil after.
Now let’s start off with the Caliburn pod that we’ve got sitting here.
The first thing you want to do is obviously lift off the cap and then fill up the pod
through the two side holes on top now because this is a pod we can’t physically touch the coil and prime it manually.
So what we would like you to do is let the pods soak for about
15 to 20 minutes just to prevent a dry burn when you first use your pod.
Once you’re done with that just pop the cap back on and just slide it back into your device and you’re done.
Next up we have our Joyetech EGO AIO coil.
Now because this is an enclosed coil all we can do is drip liquid
from the top normally I would recommend dripping in about 10 drops of e-liquid and then let it
soak for about 10 minutes before you use the device the first time.
Then all you need to do is screw your coil back in,
screw your lid on and you’re good.
Our next coil is a GT core by Vaporesso which is a very standard sub ohm coil as you can see there is
actually exposed cotton in this coil so all you have to do
is manually saturate the exposed cotton in this coil and that’s it.
Then all you’re required to do is screw it back into your tank
assemble your tank fill it up with liquid
set it to the correct wattage
and you’re good to go.
And that’s everything from us today guys.
Hopefully you understand how to prime a coil a little
bit better and why it is important to prime a coil.
Follow our channel for more content in the future and see you in the next video bye.