Video Transcript: The Best Coils for Your SMOK Baby Beast! by DashVapes
Full disclaimer, I almost forgot about this week's episode of Two Minute Tuesdays, so let's cue the intro.
How's it going guys? Dave here from DashVapes and welcome back to another episode of Two Minute Tuesdays. If you're new to the show, here we cover popular topics in two minutes or less. Today, we're gonna be talking about Baby Beasts and the coils. Timer's gonna be right here. Let's get to it. Alright. So I'd say one of the most popular tanks that we've ever had would be the Baby Beast by SMOK. Now, there's a couple of different versions of it. There's a regular Baby Beast, which is a 22 millimeter atomizer and then there's the Big Baby Beast, which is a 24.5 millimeter atomizer. Probably one of the weirder names for a tank, but it's what we got. One thing I did find when I was using a Baby Beast, though was that some coils have a little better flavor, some have more vapors. So, today I'm gonna share with you guys in my personal experience, which ones I found were the best ones.
And starting off the list would probably be the Q2 coils, now these are my personal favorites. The Q2 coil is gonna be the dual-coil variant of the Baby Beast. Now, from personal experience, I find that the Q2 coils give off the best flavor, but also have the longest lifespan. Out of all the other coils that I have used for the Baby Beast, I really was only able to get maybe about four days out of them. But I found with the Q2 coils, I was able to get up to about a week. Another reason why I really like the Q2 coils is because you don't need to fire them at a ridiculous wattage range. I found the sweet spot from the Q2 coils being around 60 watts, I find that gives a really nice amount of flavor but not overly hot. And yeah, I find this just a great coil.
Now, if you didn't care about longevity, all you wanted was like the most amount of vapor that you can get out of a Baby Beast, then the best option for you would probably be the T8 coils. Now, this is gonna be their octuple coil. Now, what that does mean is that it is a quad coil and each of those coils are parallel. The T8s read at a 0.15. And you're gonna need to fire them at a much higher wattage range. Now, I will admit the T8s will give you more vapor than any other coil for the Baby Beast. That being said, I found the T8s also having the shortest life span out of all the coils. Now for the T8s you can go all the way up to 110 watts. But personally, I wouldn't even go that high. I would say around 70 watts would probably be a good spot for them. Also pro-tip for any Baby Beast coils. I actually learned this from a recent RiP Tripper's video and before you prime up your coil or do anything with it, take a small sewing needle and poke a few holes in each of the wicking ports. That way the coil can absorb a lot more juice and can last a little bit longer.
And lastly, to say if you did not wanna buy any coils whatsoever, we do also offer a Baby Beast RBA kit. This way, you can build your own coils, you can make 'em to your liking. The only downside for that is that you will have to build your own coils and wick it yourself and everything like that. But the RBA for the Baby Beast also has a decent amount of build space, so it is quite easy to build on.
So, that about wraps up this weeks episode of Two Minute Tuesdays. Thank you so much for watching. Also, if you haven't heard, we are doing a huge giveaway. If you did miss that video, just click about right here or so and that'll take you straight to the video. If you liked the video, please be sure to hit that like button, as well as hit that subscribe button to stay up to date with our latest videos. I'm Dave from DashVapes and I'll see you on the next video.