Innokin Prism S Coils (T20-S)
Pack of 5 x Innokin Prism S Coils for use with Endura T20-S and EZ Watt kits. Available at 0.8 ohm (RDL – restricted direct-to-lung) or 1.5 ohm (MTL – mouth-to-lung) resistance. Please note that these coils are compatible only with with the Innokin Endura T20-S Kit and are not suitable for T20 Kits.
- Pack of 5x Innokin Prism T20-S Coils
- 0.8 ohm or 1.5 ohm resistance
- Suitable for use with Innokin EZ Watt and Endura T20-S Kits
Recommended Wattage Settings:
Innokin Prism S 0.8 ohm Coil: 16-18W
Innokin Prism S 1.5 ohm Coil: 13-14W
Innokin Endura T20-S and Innokin EZ Watt Kits.
We recommend using vape juices with a 50/50 PG/VG ratio with these coils. Shop our OK 50/50 E-Liquid range today.
5x Innokin Prism T20-S Coils, available in 0.8 or 1.5 ohm
When To Change Your Prism S Coil
Innokin Prism S coils tend to last between 1-2 weeks, though this can vary depending on your e liquid and how frequently you vape. When it's time to change your coil, you will notice a deterioration in the flavour. If your vape tastes burnt, it's definitely time to change the coil!
How to Change Your Coil
Due to their handy push-fit design, it's easy to change the Prism S coils in your EZ Watt or Endura T20-S Kit.
Simply ensure that your tank is empty, then unscrew the tank from the battery. Unscrew the bottom section of the tank and you will see the base of the coil protruding from the bottom. Grasp the screw part or flat edges of the bottom of the coil and pull to slide it out from the tank. Insert your new coil, ensuring that the flat sides at the base of the coil sit within the corresponding slots at the bottom of the tank, and that you push it in firmly to prevent leakage. You can then replace the bottom tank section and screw it back onto the battery.
You can find more information on when and how to change a coil here.
Prime Your New Coil
Make sure that you fill the tank with e-liquid and allow it to sit for a few minutes. This allows your vape juice to soak into the cotton wick within the coil. You can find out more about how and why to prime your coils here.