Now I've been used to just wrapping my coils around a threaded rod or just a small screwdriver, and I've been happy with that. I've seen different kinds of coil jigs around but I've usually ended up thinking that I don't really see how these would make it that much easier to coil. Because winding some wire around a threaded rod isn't really rocket science. Then I saw the Kuro Concepts Coil Winder and I was thinking that now we're getting somewhere. Very simple design that enables you to make perfect micro-coils in no-time. But one of the first things that hit me was that I'd need 3 of those to be able to make 3 different diameter coils. At around $25 each it's a bit too expensive for me as well ... so I ended up sticking with the threaded rod, wondering why they didn't just make the rod replaceable so you could make different size coils with the same device. I guess that is exactly what the guys behind Coil Master thought as well. The difference is that they did something about it and actually made the device that I bet a lot of people already was thinking about after seeing the Kuro. It's very easy to use, and you'll be able to make perfect micro-coils in no time, and you don't even have to squeeze them together after mounting the coil on your atty. It'l let you make 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 and 3mm coils and at $25.99 it is worth every penny. Simple as that. The only thing I can think of that would have made me even happier with this device is if they've had some kind of carrying case that would also fit some wick, wire and some of those tiny screwdrivers to go with it. In fact a complete coil-builder kit based around this device isn't such a bad idea.
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