Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Coilmaster Skynet Kit - A quick review


Today we're having a quick look at the Coilmaster Skynet kit, a handy little box filled with 48 coils in 8 varieties, yes some are a little boring, just basic Claptons, but there are some lovely parallel wrapped types that look really fancy, but are they any good?!


I've saved this review because I wanted to use each type of coil before I wrote about them, and I've got to say there isn't a bad one in the box! They're all wrapped really well, the parallels have handy little metal clips holding them together so they don't unwind and they all vape very well!

I think my only gripe would be the Ohm ratings for each type of coil they seem to include the long legs and so when you cut them down to use them the resistance drops pretty dramatically, now I like a low build, and so it doesn't bother me too much, but on a couple of the regulated devices I use when I put a dual coil build in then it's reading too low for the mod to fire! It's a little annoying, but it's not a deal breaker, I use grab a different mod! Unfortunately most vapers out there will only have one mod and so once you fit some of these coils they might be a bit useless to you!

They're all made of either Ni80 or A1 Kanthal and while I definitely prefer the Ni80, I've no bad experience with the Kanthal.

At only £17.99 here https://www.ecigone.co.uk/accessories/coil-master-skynet-coil-case I feel it's an absolute bargain for 48 coils, they might not be as fancy as some of the lovely hand wrapped sets out there, but at the same time if you can't be bothered wrapping your own wire or coils, and just want nice coils you can easily grab and use on a daily basis for a relatively small amount of money then this may be the kit for you!

In short, you want a handy little box of fancy coils then you'll struggle to go wrong with this little kit!



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