Aspire Atlantis coil-fits

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  1. VapeThink

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    Have you gotten around to adding the Aspire Evo to the list, George? I didn't go back and check before posting this. It looks like a nice little tank though. It accepts earlier Atlantis coils and it came out with it's own new coils that I'm guessing are cross-compatible with most of the other tanks on the list too...needs confirmation.
     
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    Herkales tanks haven't been added to this... V1 and V2 will take 'em just fine....
     
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    It's listed as Sense Tech Herakles (Top threads not used)
     
  5. georgemeadal

    georgemeadal Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    Will do! I got my eyes on this tank it looks like a winner.

    I threw a brick and it landed here
     
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    Ahah... I was just looking under H for Herkales... okay, glad it's there :)
     
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    I'm fairly new to vaping and got one of these just because of the ability to use different coils (only been vaping 3 months) It's ok but can leak a little bit. I prefer my melo 3 but over all it's a good looking tank that does work ok.
     
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    Btw thank you for this list as I'm looking for another tank and wanted something big that still uses the same coils I have.
     
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    Just a small update on this Morph tank . It has GREAT bounce and handles drops really well. Knocked it off my bench at work on to concrete and the rx200s came apart but tank was fine,,,doesn't leak as much now though.
     
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    hi; love this thread.

    is anyone aware of tanks from this list whose bases work with original atlantis tank tops?
    ie
    [3rd party base] --- [3rd party coil or atlantis coil] --- [atlantis 2/5/7/8 mL tank top]

    ideally the base(s) would be truly 22 mm, something which cannot be said for aspire bases.
    thanks for any help.
     
  11. CrazyChef

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    From what I'm told, the new Dotmod sub-ohm tank (not the RTA version) will take Atlantis coils.
     
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    Well my gift basket from Fasttech arrived. New Vapeston Maganus NI and eleaf ECL coils in 0.18 and 0.3 ohm. Swapped the stock coil for one of the 0.18ohm and tried it out.
    Whooooooo head rush. Huge air flow and excellent flavour. Got abit of spitback (probably me doing something wrong) dialled back from 55W to 45 and changed the tip for a glass one with mesh.
    FANTASIC still HUGE air flow and it's great. Beats the Morph tank hands down. Coils fit perfectly.
    BTW it does warn in the instructions if you fill from the top to be quick or it will leak. They are right. I think I'll bottom fill this one.
    Ok update. Vapeston Maganus NI has great flavour/cloud but now sitting on shelf and won't use it again. It leaks badly, to the point ejuice got into the mod which I had to clean out. I wont use it now as I'm worried it will screw my mod.
     
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    Oops - duplicate post.
     
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    You could try the eleaf .3 ecl
     
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    I've just swapped to the larger notched coils and find them better
     
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    I know this thread is about tanks that can use Atlantis coils, but I recently found some coils that are compatible with Atlantis tanks. They are Vaporesso EUC (ECO Universal coil) coil heads. They come in packs of 10. You get a coil-looking sleeve that you insert the core of the coil into. Once it's used up, you open up the sleeve, pop out the core, and drop in a new one. A 10-pack costs slightly less than a 5-pack of standard Vaporesso cCell coils, whether they're Kanthal, SS316L, or Ni200.

    So far I've seen them in 0.5 ohm 316L Stainless Steel and 0.4 and 0.5 ohm Clapton (I don't know what kind of wire is used for the Claptons). While the 10-packs are available without the sleeves for less, I don't know how long the sleeves are supposed to last. While they're available in several places, I saw them on FastTech. If anyone is interested, here's a link to the page of all the EUC coils currently available at FastTech (with and without sleeves). https://www.fasttech.com/category/3007/coil-heads?sort=r&keywords=Vaporesso+EUC+coil

    I hope this helps anyone that's looking for a new coil to try, or is wanting to save money.

    (I hope I haven't gone too far off topic for this thread -- apologies if I have).

    Vape for Life


     
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    Thanks Pktech - I have a set of both the ceramic and traditional in my shopping cart.

    I have these at home but haven't tried them yet.

    Running a Supertank Mini.
     
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    I see on the list that the original Super Tank uses the top threads. Does the subsequent Super Tank KS or Super Tank Mini require them?

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    I'll let ye know in a few days got a KS coming
     
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    My Super Tank Mini coils (.5 Tobeco ) are top threaded.
     
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    Yes, but does the tank use the threads?

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    I took the top of the tank off, and it is threaded. Can you fit a coil in the base and have it fit past the threads? Maybe, but not sure which coil would work and if it would leak.
     
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    Thanks...

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    well got the Tobeco KS and yes it DOES use the top threads. Took my 5 damn minutes to figure out the chimney unscrews into 2 parts so you can use the Eleaf ECL coils. Very nice tank.
     
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    I am a big fan of tobeco coils except the .1 coils stay away from them you can turn them up to 150 watts and don't give the flavor as 50watts of the .2 coils. But on another note does anyone know anything about the gigue pandora i am looking for a coil for that preferably the .6 or something to fit it i am having trouble finding replacement coils for these tanks
     
  26. Angrygod50

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    Aspire EVO coils work in the Atlantis style tanks but the liquid holes are slotted so while the regular Atlantis coils fit and work in the EVO tank the round hole is about 1/8 inch above the bottom of the tank. I've been using the Eleaf ECL SS316 coils as they have slotted holes and fit perfectly. That said I do love the EVO Clapton coils.
     
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    I use the ECL .3 and they are good
     
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    There's a tank called the Petri made by a company called Dotmod that's a little pricey at around $50-$70, but its coils fit in the Atlantis/Triton and all their brothers from another mother. The coils look sick, too.

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    They've got two 0.5s. One is an SS316L and the other is flat twisted coil (think Arctic V8 Tiger, which was neck-and-neck with the Snake for flavor, IMO). While the tank is a little out of my price range (plus I'm pretty sure the wife would balk at a 24-karat gold "pacifier," as she has taken to calling my tanks when she's pissed off because she can't see the TV through the haze in the room), the coils aren't ridiculous. VaporDNA's got them for $22, but I've seen them as low as $15 for a 5-pack. I'm probably going to give them a shot in one of my Aspire tanks next paycheck. I'll let you know how they fare.

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    Most folks aren't aware that the Triton 0.3 and 0.4 coils with the black insulator are SS316 and work well in TC. aspire-triton-coil-heads-ecigarette-vapor-malaysia-05.jpg
     
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    I did.

    The Claptons were the best of the Triton coils, but the EVOs are better than any of them, IMHO.

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    ↑↑ I agree I got the EVO tank an am loving the Clapton's.
     
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    Ordered some the other night and waiting for them to come in ... all the posts on here about them I figured it was time to try them out. I've loved the Triton clapton coils so far.
     
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    Yes I used the triton coils Always on the Atlantis v2


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    They're pretty much the same thing but I think they've got a wrap or two more of Clapton coil in them and the wicking holes are considerably larger, so the flavor's a tad better and you can chain vape them to your heart's content.

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    I've been looking for a list like this one! Thanks so much!! :)
     
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    I will update post soon, thanks!

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    Confirmed They do fit and as a bonus they blow the Triton Clapton's out of the water as far as flavor and cloud but they are hungry.
    They have a slot so the old style coils work in the EVO but the juice hole is 1/8 inch above the bottom of the EVO tank.
     
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    Spoiler, Cleito coils fit in the Evo (4ml version not the short 2ml version)

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    I thought that may be the case as the tanks look the same. Good info to know.
     
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    I use the aire style 0.3 coils in my atlantis mega, freemax starre and Vaporesso target pro tank when I don't have the Ccell ceramic coils which I mainly find in 0.9 ohms ceramic only, same style as others but I bought a pack of 5 0.5 ohm Ccell and they were all duds, Never had a dud 0.9. Which 5ml juice holder sub tanks are there that use these coils, please, except for the atlantis mega. Which is too big now .I rarely use it now on my RX200S as it overhangs few mm. Plus it's bottom fill T.I.A

    My S5.
     
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    Tobeco SuperTank Mini 25mm
     
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    Thanks mate. I'll check it out.

    My S5.
     
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    I've had a look, and I'm going get myself one mate. Looks good, and found one pretty cheap about £18.

    My S5.
     
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    I have a bunch of the Eleaf 0.3 and 0.18 coils left from breaking my melo3. What 22mm tank anyone recommend, maybe a newer Herakles or Aspire? I want both flavor and clouds, without leaks :)
     
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    I can recommend the Aspire Atlantis Evo. It is one of my favorite tanks. I would try and get the 4ml version not the 2 ml which is shorter. If you can only find the 2ml version, you can also purchase the 4ml extension kit separately which comes with an extension adapter and taller Pyrex glass. ecig.com has it at a great price. Good luck!
     
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    Maybe the Tobeco super tank.
     
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    Hello everyone. I purchased some Atlantis coils to use with my Triton, but am having a difficult time getting them attached per the instructions listed in this thread. Does anyone have any tips they can share to help me? Thanks in advance!! :)
     
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    What seems to be the problem. Atlantis coils are direct replacements for the Triton so there doesn't need to be any tweaking happening.

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    Definitely the way to go.


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    Hmm.. I don't know what I'm doing wrong then. The threading appears to be slightly different, and I keep getting the dreaded "Check atomizer" error on my cool fire?
     

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