Vaporesso Aurora kit MTL Device_Coil replacement/cleaning

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  1. Terminus

    Terminus New Member

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    Hi All,

    I have been using Vaporesso aurora kit (MTL)for a month now.
    Please let me know if anyone of you is still using the device.
    When to replace coil ?
    Is their a way to clean the coils? - (Coils used is CCELL Mini Replacement Coil)
    Cotton has not turned black from outside(Getting strange metalic taste) , i am not able to see how coil has changed inside as it is sealed .
    also please suggest a vape were we have low maintenance cost.
     
  2. skt239

    skt239 VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    Back when I first started and used tanks with replacement coils, I tried cleaning them a few different ways with no success. Once they are done, they’re done. The lowest maintenance cost will be an RTA, a tank that allows you to install your own cotton and coils.
     
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    Terminus New Member

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    Thanks for your response,I don't mind replacing cotton every now and then, how often we have to change the coil in RTA
     
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    skt239 VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    As far as coils go, you can either make them yourself or buy them pre-made. Here’s a good place to get them...

    https://www.advancedvapesupply.com/

    These coils can be dry burned and rinsed off when you change your cotton. Ive has coils last for months so long as I don’t let them get too gunky between cleanings.
     
  5. Shaulisbvape

    Shaulisbvape Gold Contributor Reddit Exile

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    Agree rebuildables are the way to go. Use steam-engine.org for building coils
     

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