Sai Bucket Coil

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Bucket Coil for Sai Atomizer

We offer the Bucket Coil for the Sai Atomizer in various editions:

  • Titanium Bucket
  • Quartz Bucket
  • Titanium Bucket without Bucket

What is a bucket coil?

Bucket coils look like miniature e-nails, but they fit in your pocket! They work with the Sai atomizer just like the other coils, but have a ceramic heater underneath the bucket that heats up and vaporizes your extracts. The bucket is removable and you can soak it in your favorite cleaner, or clean it after each use with nothing more than a cotton swab and water. The quartz and titanium buckets are interchangeable, and the Titanium Bucket without Bucket is a replacement heater if yours breaks.


Sai bucket coils require the Sai Atomizer with Top Airflow and a box mod. If you already have a Sai Atomizer, you can upgrade it with the Sai Top Airflow Cap. Sai bucket coils are not compatible with the EZSai and Poseidon vaporizers.

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Daniel M.
Canada Canada

Sai kit Buckrt coils

The Sai kit is Awsome can’t wait to get my mod box so I can use bucket coils

Canada Canada

Titanium bucket takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'

Easy to clean, impossible to break. What more can you ask for? I would purchase the titanium bucket over the quartz bucket.

Canada Canada

Do not bother purchasing the quartz bucket coil, stick to the titanium bucket coil

I purchased a mod box about a month ago and have already broken 2 quartz buckets even though I have been careful with them and have cleaned them as per manufacturers instructions. I think the issue stems from the threaded component that holds the quartz bucket in place. The fit is not great allowing the bucket to move around. Concentrate also seems to easily seep into the coil as well since this is not a solid piece such as the titanium bucket. Overall the quartz bucket is poorly designed and should be avoided. If you want the bucket experience, save your money and go with the titanium bucket

Evan M.
Canada Canada

Quartz bucket for hot starts with the Poseidon

I feel like the titanium bucket is perfect for on the go use with the TAF cap, and the quartz bucket for hot starts where you’re actually dabbing the bucket with concentrate. The quartz had a tendency to make the concentrate run up the walls of the bucket.

Alex M.
Canada Canada

Good stuff

Only place i could find it