The Maxus DTL Pod uses the new MX line of coils. And there are quite a few of them available. The two included are:
- The MX1 single-mesh 0.15-ohm coil rated at 50-80 watts (best at 70)
- The MX2 dual-mesh 0.2-ohm coil rated 60-90 watts (best at 80)
The other options are sold separately, and the collection includes an MX3 triple-mesh, an MX4 quad-mesh, and an MX5 penta-mesh coil. Basically, there are options for everything ranging from about 60 to 110 watts, so that’s really a higher-wattage DL device. They also have the MX1 SS316L which is a single-mesh TC-compatible coil that can be used in temp control mode on this device.
For the coil performance, I started with the MX1 coil and found it best to be around 70 watts. The flavor was great, and I got 100 mL of juice out of it before it went bad, so it was an excellent coil. Then I used the MX2 coil. I found it best around 80 watts, which proves that both coils are very accurately rated. And it performed very similarly to the MX1. Not much of a difference. Both are excellent.