Coil Master sent me the Coil Master DIY Kit V2 for the purpose of review.
Before I received this DIY kit, all of my coil building tools were thrown into a little drawer that I keep next to my desk. It’s kind of like the junk drawer that most people have in their kitchen. I try to keep it organized, but it continues to get messier as I take supplies in and out of it.
Yep, it’s a mess 😉
Coil Master set out to resolve this problem with their DIY Kit.
Here’s what the kit comes with:
- Wire cutters
- Needle-nose pliers
- Stainless steel folding scissors
- Pen styled Phillips-head screwdriver
- Pen styled flat-head screwdriver
- Ceramic tweezers
- Elbow tweezers
- Kanthal wire (10 feet of 24 gauge wire)
- Ohm Meter
- Coiling Kit V3
- Silicon rubber case
- The wire cutters are thin and flat, making it easy to snip wires in tight spots.
- The scissors cut through cotton easily. It doesn’t snag and pull like other scissors do.
- The screwdrivers are magnetic, which helps a lot when working with tiny screws on atomizers.
- Elbow tweezers are really helpful for squeezing the entire coil when trying to make adjustments.
- You can build an atomizer right on top of the ohm reader. It’s a nice sturdy surface to work on.
- The little blue hex screwdriver is much easier to work with than typical hex wrenches
- I would have liked it to have a stretch mesh pocket on the back to hold cotton and other supplies.
- The heads on the screwdrivers are a little too small. I worry that they will eventually strip the screws on some of my atomzers.
- It’s hard to get the bits out of the rubber bit holder.
Should You Buy It?
If you have $50 burning a hole in your pocket, then yes, I recommend the Coil Master DIY Kit. It’s awesome! I use it constantly. It keeps all of my stuff organized and in one place. I don’t have to dig around in my junk drawer to try to find the tools that I need.
Obviously, a kit like this is not a necessity, but it keeps me from losing my mind when I’m rebuilding coils. If you’re looking for something to keep your rebuilding supplies in order, you’ll like this kit.
So where can you buy it?
There were several vendors who used to carry it, but all seem to be out of stock from what I can find. Perhaps Coil Master decided it was best to be the only seller, I don’t know.
Below are the few vendors who have the product page still up on their site, but they are all currently out of stock at the time this post was published. Maybe they’ll come back in stock in the future.
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