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We sell a variety of different wires and gauges to suit most RDA/RTA builds and preferences.

All wire is packaged as 10 metre spools.

Kanthal Wire is the definitive standard of wire for building coils, Clapton Wire is where a higher gauge wire is wrapped around a lower gauge to create lower ohms, Twisted Kanthal Wire is a process where Kanthal Wire has been twisted specially to produce a superior flavour from micro-pockets of space where the juice gets heated, and Nickel Wire is used for temperature control mods where the unit measures the temperature through the wire and will drop the watts and stop the wick from burning – please note Nickel Wire can only be used for temperature control devices as it may damage any unit not designed for temperature control.

Different gauges, amount of wraps, and coil width will affect what the ohmage result will be so please research what your desired outcome is before attempting to build yourself and please understand ohms law.

Disclaimer: A full knowledge of ohms law is required for using this product. We do not accept any responsibility for how this wire is used.

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Product Description

Kanthal Wire

Kanthal A1 wire is well known around the world for its amazing heat resistant properties. Kanthal has become the standard name for the chemical content of this wire.

AWG Explained:

AWG stands for American Wire Gauge. We don’t use this as a measurement in the UK, but we have to for vaping products because many of the references start out from America.

Here is a list of the actual AWG with their comparative mm equivalents.

(30 AWG = 0.26MM)  (29 AWG = 0.29MM)  (28 AWG = 0.32MM)  (27 AWG = 0.36MM)  (26 AWG = 0.41MM)  (25 AWG = 0.46MM)  (24 AWG = 0.51MM)  (23 AWG = 0.57MM)  (22 AWG = 0.64MM)

Spool Size – 10 Metres
Heat Resistance – Up to 1400ºC (2600ºF) with a melting point of 1600ºC

American Wire Gauge (AWG) is a U.S. standard set of non-ferrous wire conductor sizes. The “gauge” means the diameter. It is most frequently applied to copper household electrical wiring and telephone wiring.

Millimetre (mm) is a unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter and equivalent to 0.03937 inch.

In other words mm is a far more precise measurement. All sizes that are between AWG measurements will be rounded to their nearest AWG equivalent. For example 0.3mm is between 29 AWG and 28 AWG. We have rounded it to the nearest AWG measurement.