The Yocan Cerum can come with either Dual quartz coils or Ceramic donut coils. These coil replacements are specifically used for the Yocan Cerum Wax Atomizer. Get your 3 pack today so you have a spare.
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3 Pack of Coils - Choose Between Ceramic Donut or Dual Quartz
Features and Specifications
Yocan Cerum Coils are used with Wax Concentrates.
Coils Fit the Yocan Cerum Atomizer Only
Easy to Use
Top Quality Ceramic and Quartz
Frequently Asked Questions
How to Use Yocan Cerum Coil Replacements?
When you feel like it's time to change out your coils, unscrew the existing coil and screw on your new coil. After you screw it on, attach the Yocan Cerum wax atomizer do your box mod or vape battery. Turn on the vape battery and hold down the power button to make sure that the wax atomizer heats up.
Once you know that it works, you can use a dab tool to scoop a piece of wax and gently place it on top of the quartz or ceramic donut coil.
When you are ready to vape, hold down the power button and begin inhaling your wax vapor.
How to Clean Yocan Cerum Coil Replacements?
Wax vape coils are not the easiest to clean. One way of cleaning the coil is continuously heating it so that the residual wax burns off. We suggest trying to burn off as much wax as you can after each vape session. That way your coil can last longer.
Another method is using a sharp dab tool to scrape off the residual wax from the sides of the coils. DO NOT try cleaning the heating elements with the dab tool. If you poke the coil with too much force, you will run the risk of breaking it.
Why Buy Yocan Cerum Coil Replacements?
Coils are the most replaced part for any wax vaporizer. You should always have extra coils handy in case it burns out after extensive use. Also, many people like to change their coil so they can have a fresher taste. The ceramic donut coil and dual quartz coil are equally as good. It boils down to your preference when deciding on which coil to purchase. Try both out first and then after that, you'll know which coil you prefer using.