Here is our page to assist you whenever you encounter challenges on your vaping journey.


The coil is the component of your vape that heats the liquid, and it's the part that requires regular replacement. Some coils are designed for easy installation with a simple push-in and pull-out mechanism, while others need to be screwed onto the base.
The tank is the top component of the kit, housing the coil, liquid, and mouthpiece.
Depending on whether it has a built-in battery (mod) or an external battery (cell), this is the bottom part of your kit that houses the charger, screen, and power settings. An external battery (cell) can be removed from the mod for external charging or replacement.

What liquid do i need?

Freebase Liquid
Freebase E-Liquid typically comes in 3mg, 6mg, 12mg, and 18mg nicotine strengths. It usually has a 50/50 VG/PG ratio, providing a harsher throat hit on the inhale and less flavour compared to nic salts. This type of liquid is ideal for smaller MTL (mouth-to-lung) quit smoking kits.
Nic Salts
Nic Salts typically come in 5mg, 10mg, and 20mg nicotine strengths with a 50/50 PG/VG ratio. This type of liquid provides a strong flavour with a smoother hit, and is commonly used in disposable vapes.
Shortfills typically come in 50ml or 100ml sizes with 0mg nicotine, allowing room to add nic shots to reach a 3mg or 6mg strength. They usually have a 70/30 VG/PG ratio, making them thicker liquids designed to produce more vapor and enhanced flavour. These are ideal for DTL (direct-to-lung) or sub-ohm vape kits with low nicotine requirements.

My coils burn out fast & i can't taste the flavour!

Sugar content!
The sugar content in your e-liquid can significantly impact the lifespan of your coils. Liquids that use cheaper flavourings and have high sugar levels can cause your coils to burn out quickly.
Different flavours interact with coils in various ways. For instance, menthol or ice flavours can mask the burnt taste, making it seem like the coil hasn't burned. Additionally, the quality of the flavouring concentrate used in the e-liquid mixture can also affect coil performance and longevity.
Ratio of VG/PG
The PG/VG ratio can significantly affect coil life. For smaller vape kits, a 50/50 ratio is recommended, while sub-ohm kits perform best with a 70/30 ratio. Using the wrong ratio for your device can lead to leaks, burnt coils, and loss of flavour.