These coils are so cost-effective!by James
These coils will last you way over a month if you just make sure the tanks are over 1/2 full at all times. That's pretty much all the maintenance required! I use the 2.6-2.8 coils and they are just right. Replacing them is so easy too! They really made the Triton tank system so easy to use!
Posted on 10/10/13
cost effectiveby Ken
I love this feature of the Triton tanks, being able to replace the one part that goes bad rather then the entire unit! Great job Halo!
Posted on 10/5/13
Easily cleaned, installed and last as long as my original. The higher resistance coils don't seem to burn the liquid as much but the throat hit isn't as mean so make your purchase accordingly. I recommend trying the different resistances and seeing which works best for you. My only complaint is that I wish the coils lasted even longer than they already do.
Posted on 10/4/13
no more burnt tasteby Mamazon
The higher res coils ended my burnt taste while vaping with the Triton tank system. I like lots of vapor and was burning up my wicks. Perfect solution for me!
Posted on 10/4/13
Essential to your halo experienceby Scott
If this is your first time using e liquids you're going to go through a lot of trial and error in finding the right flavor and ohm resistance. Definitely stock up on these as they will be needed as sometimes the coils burn out and give a burnt taste to your e liquid. You'll find the right one for you.
Posted on 10/2/13
Just got my new coils as 2.2-2.4 as I was experiencing a burnt taste. Will get back in a week or so with my results. So far, so good! :)
Posted on 9/23/13
A must haveby Alex
It's always good to have some extra coils on hand to replace one if you have an issues. The 2.2-2.4ohm work the best with most of Halo's juices, but I have found some flavors do work better with a higher resistance coil. I use 2.6-2.8 with Tribeca, but other than that the standard coils do the job. Experiment with your favorite flavors using different coils. You may be surprised!
Posted on 9/20/13
Long Lastingby Steven
I have a few more tanks and coils than I really "need." I've been able to clean each tank and coil after one tankful of liquid. Here's a few things I think a prospective customer should know:
1.) They are lasting much longer than the $2.50 price implies. I haven't lost one from regular wear and tear in 2 weeks. They are still performing like new.
2.) With regular cleaning, no flavors are lingering in the wicks, heating element, or tank. The darkest liquid I've used is the Halo Cafe Mocha, and no flavor-carry-over. (Although, that stuff is so yummy, I wouldn't mind if it did.)
3.) These tanks hold more liquid, taste cleaner, and are easier to clean and fill than cartomizers. Well worth the initial investment, and probably more longevity.
4.) The tank system that they are a part of do not have any of the performance problems that competitors' tanks/clearomizers seem to have: wicking/dry-hits, leaking, etc.
As a side note, I've been using the standard resistance 2.2-2.4 ohms in both my standard Triton kit batteries. The VV battery seems to like the highest resistance much more.
Posted on 9/14/13
Very Economic!by GDSIII
Great way to save. Why buy more and more tanks when you can just replace the coil? Thanks Halo. A must have for the Triton VV battery, definitely get the 3.0-3.2ohm coils for the best performance.
Posted on 9/4/13
Dont forget theseby Michael
If you have Triton Tanks do not forget these. Remember to get a pack of these. Your coils are only going to last you a month or so. $2.50 a month. I'll take that any day.