COIL MASTER V2 DIY TOOL KIT
The company Coil Master, which makes rebuildable accessories, developed one of the earliest useful coil winding tools. Making your own coils was as simple as possible using this tool. They are currently thinking of selling a whole tool kit that includes everything you need to get started rebuilding coils for atomizers like RTA, RDTA, and RDA. This tool kit is really taking shape, and it may be all you need to complete your coiling tasks.
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The Coil Master V2 DIY Kit Features:
The Coil Master V2 DIY Kit is packaged in a tough silicon rubberized zip-up kit bag with all of the auxiliary equipment neatly grouped into inserts. You may use the authenticity code on the Coil Master website to confirm that you are in possession of the real piece.
There are several pieces of equipment in the silicon rubberized kit bag; below is a list of everything that is inside:
- DIAGONAL PLIERS:
- Cutting off wires with them is a snap because to their superb sharpness, spring-loaded design, and comfortable rubber grip coated handles.
- NEEDLE NOSED PLIERS:
- These are spring-loaded and work great for positioning your coils. They were also quite useful when I wanted to remove some post screws from my rebuildable that had been ensnared in the post holes. In order to safely touch the wire or mesh while torching it, these are also useful for keeping it at arm’s length.
- STAINLESS STEEL FOLDING SCISSORS:
- These will be very useful when cutting your chosen wicking material to the necessary size. They also readily cut through my stainless steel mesh when I use it in my Genesis atomizer setups.
- PEN STYLED CROSS HEAD SCREWDRIVER:
- For the Phillips/Cross Head screws on your posts or atomizers with a fill screw. Its shape is similar to a pen, and holding it is comfortable.
- PEN STYLED FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER:
- much the same as above, except for screws that need a flat rather than a crosshead.
- CERAMIC TWEEZERS:
- a really practical piece of gear. When working with mesh, you may use them to grab the mesh and torch it to oxidize it without getting third-degree burns from the stainless steel sections of the tweezers heating up. For a nice appearance and to diffuse hot spots, this enables you to squeeze and compress your coils while firing them without shorting.
- ELBOW TWEEZERS:
- for those really precise changes to the coil and wick location. However, they lack ceramic tips. With the fine-tipped tips, you can adjust your wick locations quite precisely.
- SPOOL OF 24AWG kanthal:
- If you want to create coils, you’ll need wire. To get you started, Coilmaster has graciously provided a 10ft spool of 24 AWG/0.5mm kanthal with the Coilmaster V2 kit. A nice thick wire that I find easy to coil is 24AWG/0.5mm kanthal, which is one of my favorite coil thicknesses. The 0.5mm wire has a rather low resistance, so be careful how you use the ohm meter that comes with it.
- OHM METER:
- The most important item in any vaper’s toolbox when making coils from scratch is a soldering iron. The use of an ohm-meter is essential since it will display the resistance of your structure, allowing you to verify that it is well within the safe range for your batteries and to check for any shorts. One of the most precise ohm meters I’ve ever seen, it measures resistance in the range of 0.01ohm to 19.99ohm. You may check the voltage of your battery using the connector on the left side, and the range is between 0.01v and 11.99v. Two AA batteries are required (sold separately).