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11 Types Of Mesh Coils - Compatible With Fireluke 2 Tank

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Freemaxvape, Nov 13, 2019.

  1. Freemaxvape

    Freemaxvape Active Member

    Hi, Freemaxers! I want to ask how many types of fireluke 2 mesh coils can be compatible with Freemax Fireluke 2 Tank? Now I collect the whole mesh coils used for Freemax Fireluke 2 Tank, so do you think which kind coil can make you happier?

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    Compatible with the X Mesh Coil Series below:
    0.15 ohm X1 Kanthal Single Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 40-90W
    0.2 ohm X2 Kanthal Double Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 40-80W
    0.15 ohm X3 Kanthal Triple Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 50-90W
    0.15 ohm X4 Kanthal Quad Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 40-80W
    0.5ohm NX2 Kanthal Double Mesh Coil - Rated for use between 20-50W

    Compatible with the TX Mesh Coil Series(Meshed Tea Fibre Cotton)below:
    0.15 ohm TX1 Kanthal Single Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 40-90W
    0.2 ohm TX2 Kanthal Double Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 40-80W
    0.15 ohm TX3 Kanthal Triple Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 50-90W
    0.15 ohm TX4 Kanthal Quad Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 40-80W
    0.2 ohm TNX2 Kanthal Double Mesh Coil Head - Rated for use between 20-50W
    0.12ohm Single Mesh Stainless Steel TX1 SS316L Coil - Rated for use between 400°F~550°F

    As we all know, the Freemax Fireluke 2 Tank are originally paired with Freemax Twister, so the Freemax Twister will be your best choice if you don’t have one.