In this review we will take a look at the Coil Master V3 Kit, a tool kit with everything you need for building your own coils. Coil Master focuses on vaping accessories that make your coil building a lot easier.
When making new coils you will need a large range of tools to completely master the perfect builds. Finding tools and buying them, can be time consuming and expensive. Coilmaster has come up with the perfect solution and they offer a DIY kit with everything you would need to make your own coils.
What comes in the Coil Master DIY Kit V3
- 1 x Diagonal pliers
- 1 x Needle-nose pliers
- 1 x Stainless steel folding scissors
- 1 x Pen styled Phillips screwdriver
- 1 x Pen styled Flathead screwdriver
- 1 x Ceramic Tweezer (T1)
- 1 x Elbow Tweezer (T3)
- 1 x 10 ft 24 GA Kanthal A1 Wire
- 1 x 521 Mini Tab
- 1 x Coiling Kit V4
- 1 x Silicon rubber case for jigs
- 1 x T styled HEX screwdriver (◇25mm, ◇1.5mm, ◇2.0mm）
- 3 x Japanese Organic Cotton
That’s pretty much everything you’ll need to build your first coils.
However you will need an 18650 battery for the 521 Mini Tab – this is the ohm reader.
Coil Master DIY Kit V3 Features
They call them diagonal pliers however I call them ‘wire snips’.
After using a pair of old toe-nail clippers these are fantastic for snipping off the ‘legs’ of your coils.
They’re spring loaded with a rubberized handle and are sharp and simple to use – snip! Snip!
Needle Nose Pliers
Again spring loaded with that rubberized handle and these little beauties are perfect for pulling your coils tight from the legs.
Stainless Steel Folding Scissors
At first you’ll think they’ve popped in a pair of John Lennon specs – but pull these apart and you get a super sharp pair of scissors perfect for trimming cotton wool for your wicks.
Pen Styled Phillips Screwdriver
Pretty self-explanatory really – the swivel top makes things a whole lot easier when screwing in your grub screws.
Pen Styled Flathead Screwdriver
Again self-explanatory and again with the nifty swivel top.
Used for pinching and scratching your coils whilst firing enabling you to get rid of hot-spots and tidying your coils.
A variety of uses but predominantly for working with your wicks – ideal for fluffing the cotton wool and pinching and moving your wick around.
10 ft 24 GA Kanthal A1 Wire
This is a great wire for the coil making beginner and I found it coiled beautifully with builds coming in sub 0.5ohm.
However be careful when opening it as it’s tightly spooled and will escape like a Jack-in-the-Box if you ain’t careful Yeah I was that guy lol.
521 Mini Tab
This is one of the most important items in the kit.
Not only does it make a great stand for building – more importantly you can check the resistance of your coil – dry fire it – and fine tune it until you’re happy.
It has a resistance range of 0.1 to 9.9ohm and spring loaded 510 threaded pin – I had no issues using a variety of RDAs and RTAs.
Coiling Kit V4
Forget wrapping your wires around a screwdriver – the V4 coiling kit makes the whole thing a pleasure.
You get the coiling tool and a collection of coil posts and jigs ranging from 1.5mm to 4.0mm – pretty much all you’ll need to make any sized coil.
Silicon Rubber Case with Jigs
Another set of jigs containing x6 pieces ranging between 1.5mm and 4.0mm – there’s also a little blue hex key slotted down the side.
T styled HEX screwdriver
Self-explanatory really – but I found this a nice little tool to use.
Japanese Organic Cotton
Very nice 100% organic Muji Japanese cotton that makes wicking a cinch.
- Value for money
- Six jig diameters
- Well-made tools
- Well thought out
- Easy to use
- Sturdy case
- Scratch code on box to win a build mat
- No user manual – not too much of an issue to be honest!
- Maybe the elastic tool holdings could be swapped to Velcro maybe?
In summary, I can honestly say even as a stone cold newbie to coil making – this coil master diy kit is amazing. There really is absolutely everything you’ll need to build your first coil for your RDA or RTA which is not only fun to do – it will save you money in the long run –only $49.99 for a set of stock coils.
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