• Sai Ceramic Barrel A
  • Sai Ceramic Barrel B

Sai Ceramic Coil (Donut & Barrel)

CAN$12.99
In stockOut of stock
Style:
CAN$12.99
Shop with the most trusted vaporizer store

Ceramic Donut

The ceramic donut is possibly the best tasting heater in the Sai catalog. It’s harder to load and messier than the Bucket Coils, but they heat up faster and can be rebuilt if they break.

Ceramic Barrel A

The Ceramic Barrel A coil has a large, cylindrical ceramic heater that melts the oils and vaporizes them as they drip down the sides of the heater. They are a little slower to heat up than wire coils, and we suggest you heat them up a few times before loading them to burn off any residual manufacturing oils.

Ceramic Barrel B

The Ceramic Barrel B coil has a large, square ceramic heater with a slit in the top. The oils melt into the slit the and vaporize. They are a little slower to heat up than wire coils, and we suggest you heat them up a few times before loading them to burn off any residual manufacturing oils.

Customer Reviews

5 Based on 1 Reviews
5 ★
100% 
1
4 ★
0% 
0
3 ★
0% 
0
2 ★
0% 
0
1 ★
0% 
0
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
  • hits
  • portables
  • Pico
  • ceramic
  • coil
  • terps
  • dab rig
  • goto
AF
09/02/2019
Aspen F.
United States United States

Favorite coil

This is easily my goto. Running mine with a pico at 18w and 310-360 depending on the terps. You can push it highee but the ceramic loves cool hits. This coil tastes as good, maybe ever so slightly less, as a full dab rig. However, it doesnt quite hit as hard. But for portables, its my fav.

Related content

The DynaVap 2019 “M”, now in Three New Colors!

The Dynaverse continues to expand, this time in a burst of color!

Storz & Bickel Crafty+ First Look

The original Crafty was already a top-shelf vaporizer, and the Crafty+ faithfully carries that torch.

Vaping Safety Facts: Dry Herb Vs Oil Pens and E-liquid Vapes

An alternative to vape pens, which use concentrated oils, is vaporizing dry herbs.

Arizer Solo II Quickstart Guide

Our Arizer Solo II Quickstart Guide will have you up and running in no time.