These Sceptre Coils are the replacement coils for the Sceptre Pod Kit by Innokin. With your choice between a 0.5ohm Restricted Direct Lung variety and a 1.2ohm Mouth to Lung variety, you'll never have to compromise your vaping preferences when you use the Innokin Sceptre Pod Kit.
The 0.5ohm mesh RDL variant is rated 18-20W.
The 1.2ohm MTL variant is rated 9-10W.
After installing these replacement coils, easily adjust the airflow on the side of your Sceptre Pod to match your vaping style. Innokin's Sceptre Coils come in packs of 5. Shop Electric Tobacconist's wide selection of vape juice today!
Always prime your coils for 5-10min before using to prevent your coil from burning. Depending on your usage, the coils should last up to 3 weeks before needing to be replaced.
1 x 5 pack of replacement coils
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In order to limit reselling of bulk orders, Electric Tobacconist has implemented a purchase limit for some product categories. This limit is over a 30-day period. Essentially, the limit resets 30 days after reaching a category limit.
You can find a full list of product purchase limits here.
Due to PACT Act regulations, all orders must be shipped out adult signature required. An ID will be required upon delivery. You cannot have anyone else sign for your order in your behalf.
No, we do not ship outside of the United States at this time. Our sister UK vape website ships to most European countries.
You must be at least 21 years of age to order from Electric Tobacconist. We do not ship to Maine, Georgia, New Hampshire, Vermont, Arkansas, or Utah. We also do not ship to Guam, American Samoa, North Marianas, or Anchorage, AK.
If you order by 2pm MST, Monday through Friday, your order will dispatch the same day.
Please see our shipping page for more information.
An ohm is a measure of resistance. In terms of vaping, an ohm indicates how much current will pass through the coil. Which ohmage should you choose? Lower-ohm coils (0.5ohm or lower) are typically used in sub-ohm devices and for direct-to-lung (DTL) vaping. They produce more vapor and deliver a much more intense flavor. In contrast, higher-ohm coils (0.6ohm or higher) are usually best for low-wattage devices like pod mods and mouth-to-lung (MTL) vaping. They produce less vapor than sub-ohm coils but deliver a smoother hit.
Over time as you use your coil, you will notice a gradual change in the flavor of the vape juice. It may start to have a burnt flavor or dry hits. When the flavor is no longer desirable, it may be time to change your coils.
You may also notice that the coil starts to flood or leak. This generally means that it is oversaturated and that it's time to change coils. Coils can also flood for other reasons such as a thinner e-liquid or too much airflow, and this can be resolved by simply blowing through the mouthpiece. However, if your coil starts flooding when you haven't had problems with it previously, then it's probably a good time to switch coils.