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Wax Atomizers

We carry a large selection of Wax Coil attachments for a variety of vaporizers and box mods. Choose from quartz rod, ceramic and wick coil options. Options include dual and quad coil attachments for powerful puffs. Easily find replacement coils for your vape pen and enjoy discreet packaging with FREE and Fast US Shipping on all orders.

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How to Choose a Wax Atomizer

Replacements for your Vape

Wax coils and other vape parts are often Not interchangeable. Your wax pen likely needs a specific coil designed for that vape, so it is important to seek out those specific wax coils. You may have several options with glass globes or other feature, but most importantly, make sure the coil you choose is compatible with your vaporizer.

Coil Material

Adopted from the e juice world, originally wax coils consisted of a piece of wick wrapped with metal coil. Although wick coils for wax are still used today, ceramic and quartz coils are becoming more popular. The ceramic and quartz are usually touted for the improvement in vapor taste versus wick.

Wax Coil Power

The vape battery and its features certainly play a role in determining how hot the wax coil can get, but there are other features too. A single coil was the original, but now dual, triple and even quad coils attachments are available to offer more powerful puffs. The downside of bigger puffs would be a hotter vapor that is not as smooth as a cooler vapor.

Do I Need Replacements

Especially for those that vape daily, eventually a wax coil will need to be replaced over time. Either due to preference for a fresh coil or simply because the atomizer no longer functions, this is the reality. We recommend coil replacements ahead of time to avoid any disruptions in your vaping schedule.

What is a Wax Atomizer

A Wax Atomizer is also referred to simply as a coil, or even heating chamber. With whichever term you would like to use, generally this describes the part of a vape pen where wax is loaded and eventually vaporized by a hot coil. Below we break down some basic wax coil types so you can better understand.

510 Thread Wax Atomizer

The thread aka threading, is the part of the coil that screws onto the vape battery. If you have a battery with 510 threading, you need a 510 thread coil, but there are many types of 510 coils that may or may not work with your exact vape. Two vape pens can have 510 threading but one may be slimmer than the other.

Multi Coil Atomizers

A single coil will get the vaping job done. But many users want large puffs, bigger dab hits, and a more powerful vape battery does not necessarily cut it. More coils equals bigger hits, but that also results in a hotter vapor which can be harsh, especially to those sensitive to smoke or vapors.

Box Mod Wax Atomizers

510 atomizers for box mods are pretty standard and work with just about every box mod. The mod-atomizer setup was initially popular with e juice vapers, but the custom controls and battery life have made them popular with wax too. If you already own a box mod, just get yourself a 510 wax atomizer to add versatility to your vaping experience.

Ceramic Wax Coils

Ceramic is a durable material that is great for use with vaping wax concentrates. The ceramic is often touted for delivering some of the tastiest vapors. Ceramic does not spike in temperature like metal or quartz, plus it has the ability to hold heat and deliver vapors at some of the most optimal temperatures.
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