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Aspire Triton coils

Discussion in 'Tanks, clearomizers and drop-in coils' started by mmalik, Mar 4, 2021.

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  1. mmalik

    mmalik Full Member

    Dec 3, 2009
    UK
    Hi all,

    Just found an old aspire triton tank that I would like to use, cannot find anywhere that sell the coils.

    Does anyone know where I can buy some from preferably 1.8's

    Thanks
     

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  2. Falconeer

    Falconeer Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Triton Mini or pre TPD model?

    The Mini will accept the same coils as the Nautilus Mini but as I recall the Triton Mini coils were Claptons.

    I usually use Vape Direct for coils, but know they don't mention Triton coils per se.

    Might also be worth trying Wholesale Coils UK - I think they have the Claptons for the Mini
     
  3. mmalik

    mmalik Full Member

    Dec 3, 2009
    UK
    Thanks for your reply. I don't think it is a mini. I have uploaded a picture of it. What is TPD?
     

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  4. Falconeer

    Falconeer Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    TPD ( Tobacco proucts Directive ) = legislation to apply across all EU Countries, as the UK was then, and which is still in force. In short it restricted the size of vape tanks, the size of bottles E liquid could be bought in and limited the max strength of nicotine permitted.

    The full size Triton had a very very short run in the UK, though IMHO it was a great tank, because of TPD. The Triton Mini was also an excellent tank but for their own reasons the makers did not keep it in production.

    You'll struggle to get coils for a full size Triton now in the UK but might be able to get them either from China ( Fasttech) or the USA but again if you can get them may have to settle for the full size Nautilus coils.

    How much E liquid does your tank hold? If 2 mlls it's a Mini and you can use Nautilus coils or get Triton coils from the likes of the companies I mentioned in my first post. If it takes more than that it the old Pre TPD model.
     
  5. dwcraig1

    dwcraig1 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Many coils will fit it.

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    u/Spunkie

    5 years ago

    Atlantis legacy coil/tank compatibility list?
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    Is there anywhere that has a list of all the various coils and tanks that are compatible with aspire atlantis type coils?

    As far as I can tell there is easily 50 different atlantis legacy coils if you count all the various manufacturers and their kanthal/silver/Ti/Ni and Ω variations belonging to a range of 14+ atlantis legacy compatible tanks.

    These are the fully compatible tanks I know of so far:

    • Aspire Atlantis

    • Aspire Atlantis v2

    • Aspire Atlantis Mega

    • Aspire Triton

    • Aspire Triton 2

    • Eleaf Melo

    • Eleaf Melo 2

    • Eleaf iJust 2

    • Vaporesso TARGET

    • Vaporesso Gemini

    • Beyond Vape Silo Beast

    • Tobeco Super Tank

    • Tobeco Super Tank Mini

    • Playboy Vixen

    • Playboy Vixen mini

    • Amigo Donner 22

    • Amigo Riptide

    • Project Sub-Ohm SAUCECODE

    • Anyvape Segatank

    • Anyvape Furytank

    • SOV Eclipse

    • Smokme Subverter Mini

    • Vaportech Morpheus

    • Vaportech Morpheus 2

    • Ovancl Espole

    • Thunderhead creations Thunderstorm
     
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  6. mmalik

    mmalik Full Member

    Dec 3, 2009
    UK
    Thank you for that.. It is pre TPD as it holds 3.5ml as far as I know.

    Tried fasttech but discontinued now.

    Might be worth replacing with another tank. Can you recommend. MTL with readily available coils etc?
     
  7. Falconeer

    Falconeer Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    I've changed over to Innokin's Zlides and Zeniths - readily available and in the UK no probs with getting coils, and they do a 1.6 Ohm coil too. It's the coil I use myself and I run the tanks with 2 airholes open and get a grand vape at around 8 watts using 16 strength juice. With the clearer liquids I can get up to 6 weeks on a coil.

    My own slight preference is for the Zenith but being honest I don't think there's much difference; they are both easy top fill too.

    With Innokin's coils you may find the flavour from the first tank with a new coil a bit lacking - but after that it's grand.
     
  8. Falconeer

    Falconeer Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    This is a Zenith atop an Aegis Legend BTW

    Zenith).jpg
     
  9. mmalik

    mmalik Full Member

    Dec 3, 2009
    UK
    Thank you so much for your help. I will look into the zenith tank.
     
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  10. UncleJunkle

    UncleJunkle Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 29, 2010
    UDIO, Clown World
    The Triton tank (full size, not mini) will take Eleaf EC coil heads, which are still widely available. They make many EC coils these days, but they should all fit your tank as they never changed the threads (upper or lower) on the EC line of coils.

    However, you won't find any EC heads with 1.8 ohms. They are all 0.6 or less and not made for true MTL vaping due to the wide inner diameter of the vertical coil. As was stated already, the innokin Zeniths and the Zlide tanks are popular, modern choices for non-rebuildable MTL tanks today.

    Hint: If you want larger than 2ml capacity, buy the non-TPD version of whichever tank you want from a Chinese retailer.
     
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  11. Falconeer

    Falconeer Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    The secret with Innokin's coils BTW is to prime them before you install one. I put a drip of liquid into each of the holes on the side of the coil, then go round again adding another small drop, finally adding a little liquid to the top of the coil. This does get them off to a good start.

    Innokin's coils, unlike in my experience with Aspire's, do stand up well to the odd dry hit if you get distracted and forget to check how much liquid is left in the tank but after a refill are still good to go.

    I know I must sound like an Innokin Sales Rep - but I only changed to them reluctantly from my beloved Nautilus Minis and the darn things grew on me.
     
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