I remember how frustrating it was for me trying to figure out sub-ohm vaping. It killed me not knowing how some people blew these massive clouds of vapor on posted them on YouTube. I credit this video to turning me on to “cloud chasing.” Yes, not the biggest clouds on YouTube for sure, but this video was back in January 2013. Not many vape cloud videos were on YT at the time, so you could guess my reaction when I saw this video:
After watching this video, I spent many nights thinking “how do I do this?” I wanted to become a human fog machine as well, but my cartomizer tank (as much as I loved it) wasn’t capable of doing that.
A LOT has changed though. Now, you can buy built coils and vape right away. There is no need to understand how coil wrapping works, and factoring in things like resistance.
This post is for those of you who want to try coil building out. I have watched tons of videos on YouTube on how to wrap coils, some were useful while most were pretty redundant.
So you want to learn how to wrap coils for more vapor production? I’m assuming you already have everything needed: Rebuildable atomizer, kanthal wire, plies, cotton and tools.
If there was ONE video I would have to recommend to someone who does not have any experience in building coils, then I would suggest watching Rip Tripper’s video on the macro coil build. It’s a simple and effective way of wrapping and it’s how I do majority of my wraps.
Rip has a ton of videos dedicated to different coil builds. Make sure to check out his channel and watch more of his videos.
While you are trying it out, always make sure Some of you may find this easy to do while the others may struggle. My advice is to keep practicing because it is totally worth the effort. Nothing is more satisfying than blowing a huge vapor of smoke off of an atomizer that you built.