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Replacement Coil for the Aspire BDC Clearomizer Range.
Will fit all Aspire BDC Clearomizers. Not suitable for the Nautilus or Nautilus Mini.
Available in 1.8 and 2.1-2.2 Ohm.
Price is for 1 Coil.
Posted by Teddy on 8th Jul 2015
But really not THAT much inferior a vape to the non nautilus bvc coils. That said, the bvc do give a better vape, and they have the ohms and voltage range plus the word bvc clearly written on them. Furthermore, bvc coils work in bdc tanks, so there really is no point in the bdc anymore. But these are fine when they work and give a good vape. Note, i find their voltage claims printed are very exaggerated and they can taste very burnt in the upper range of claimed operation. Whereas the BVC taste fine in all the claimed ranges, so that's food for thought also.
Posted by Dave on 21st Oct 2014
When these work their great, sometimes I'll get a week out of one, then only a few days out of another, if you let the juice level get to low they will
Leak. Only new to this game gunna try the BVC
Coil to see if their any better.
Thanks Vape King for the great service!!!
Posted by Jeremy Petersen on 19th Sep 2014
I originally bought some Aspire BDC Maxi clearomizers and used it on my Innokin iTaste. Both of our original coils lasted ~5 weeks with power settings nearly as high as the iTaste allows.
This is my first setup so was not well versed on the particulars (I didn't even realise you needed to replace the coils). I ordered some 1.8 Ohm replacement coils but these were lasting about 1 week.
I checked the resistance of one of the original coils that came with the Aspire BDC Maxi and they're 2.2 Ohm. So it is obvious to me that the 1.8 Ohm coils aren't able to handle the level of power we were putting through them.
For now we have reduced the power settings on the iTaste which seems to have increased the life of the coils. However, this is far from ideal as it significantly reduces the amount of vape that is output.
It would be nice if the Vape King website administrators could ammend the product description to indicate that the Aspire BDC comes with a 2.2 Ohm coil.
I shall edit this review after I order and test the 2.2 Ohm replacement coil.
Posted by robert magliolo on 6th Aug 2014
Lots of people like these but they are not for me, don't feel like I get the most out of my flavours
Posted by Brett on 10th Apr 2014
I have so far used the 1.8ohm and the 1.6ohm, yet to try the 2.1ohm coils I have.
The 1.8ohm coil lasted me almost 6 weeks using it daily at 3.8volts, I find of my personal preferences this the best for my liking and an awesome product!
I have had no leaking problems whatsoever with this coil unit and the taste is always great!
Vapeking, you do a tremendous job at what you do!
Posted by RedRaw on 28th Mar 2014
No problems what so-ever. No leaks if you do it right.
Posted by John Bund on 29th Jan 2014
Dont know why but I get lots of leaks out of these coils, replace the coil and the leak is gone for a day or two but then comes back again.
Tried doing them up loose and very tight and everything in between.
Could be my 80/20 juices, but you shouldnt be limited to the thicker juices, trying an Aspire Nautilus and a F16 next to get away from the leaks.
Posted by Cammo on 16th Jan 2014
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Posted by Ross on 14th Dec 2013
Well people after purchasing these BDC's there's no going back. I actually purchased both these and the Boge F16 carto's at the same time, and I only use the Aspires now. Also I'd like to give people reading this review a heads-up in regards to the coils. If you use these clearomizers on a VV/VW device I prefer to use the 2.2 Ohm coils as they seem to be better suited to higher outputs.