A Step-by-Step Guide to Rewick and Refill the MyJet

These hacks will let you get more bang for your buck when using the MyJet!


If you are new to the MyJet, you can check out our review to learn more.

Pod hack: refill

What I use: one single edge razor

The Myjet pods are meant to be fillable, but not refillable. I still think that is a bit crazy, but whatever. There are tabs located near the bottom of the coil base. These tabs lock the pod into the base making it a hassle to refill. You can still get it out by prying at it, but it’s a pain in the butt! This simplifies things.

Step one

Take out a new pod and coil base along with the razor (with a guard).

Step two

I use the razor to take off those four tabs (two on each side).

To cut off the tabs cleanly: I hold the coil base with my index finger and thumb using a firm grip, then in my other hand I hold the razor vertically while pressing against the coil base.

In one motion, I apply firm pressure downward and slice off both tabs. Clean! The little ledge will stop the razor after the slice.

I do this on both sides.

I am careful to make sure my finger tips are safe. Attempt at your own risk.

Step three

Next, I put the pod together to make sure it slides in and out, and then it’s time to fill. That is it. A successful (albeit simple) hack.

Pod hack: re-wick and dry burn

What I use:

  • Needle-nose pliers
  • Cotton
  • Scissors
  • Lighter
  • A 1/16 drill bit (or a 16 gauge syringe needle)

Re-wicking the MyJet pods extends their life, thus saving money. As much as I like these pods, they don’t last much longer than 10-15 mL before they need a rewick.

This tutorial may be a bit advanced for some, but there is nothing to lose if the pod was going to be tossed anyway. May as well try.

Step one


When I notice a drop off in flavor to the pods, it’s time to re-wick. I take that pod and get to work!

Step two


Pull off the coil base. If you still have liquid in the pod, prop it up so it won’t fall, or empty it back into a bottle. If the top rubber stopper comes off or stays in the pod, don’t worry. Just take it off or take it out of the pod (you may need to use the drill bit to scoop it out if it stays in the pod).

Now take your needle nose pliers and pull out the cotton (Not pictured). Toss the old wick in the trash. But take special note of how much tension is in the cotton as you pull it out (you want to match that tension when you re-wick).

Step three


Now I take off the bottom rubber stopper and set that aside. (Not pictured)

The metal coil housing needs to be taken out. It’s a tight fit. To take out the metal piece, pinch the top portion of the metal housing with your pliers. Pinch firmly. Now twist the bottom of the coil base. It should pop right out. If the coil gets bent out of shape from doing this, that is okay. It will be fixed.


This is where I am in the process. If the coil looks like it does here, and it usually does, I fix it.

Step four

This is how I fix it. I take out the drill bit and insert it into the coil. If the coil is really bent, I tease the rod in. I pull up gently on the coil and use my fingernail to get the coil spacing consistent.

Step five


Now it’s time to “dry burn” the coil. This cleans the coil for another round of vaping.

Take the lighter and put the tip of the flame to the coil and wait for it to glow. Do it a couple times, or until the coil gets clean of gunk.

Note: there is a better way to do this, but I feel the lighter method is the easiest. If anyone would like to see the other way, just ask in the comments.

Step six


Now I start reassembling.

Put the metal housing back on, and then the bottom rubber stopper. I then check to make sure my coil is centered perfectly, which it never is, then I get it centered. Grab the drill bit again.


No biggie, just guide the coil until it’s centered. After it is all good, I put the top rubber stopper back on.


This is how it should look. Next step, re-wick!

Step seven


Now cut your cotton. I can’t say how much I use (it’s much less than I used in this shot). I just make sure the cotton goes through with a similar resistance as it was when it was pulled out . In general, use less than you think you should.

Now I snip the cotton as close to the edges of the bottom rubber stopper as possible (don’t let the tails extend beyond the bottom rubber stopper). It’s best to use small scissors to cut the wick tails but I used a large set of scissors in this hack (couldn’t find my small scissors!).

All set!


I give the coil base one more look, and then it’s time to go back in the pod. That’s it!


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Jeremy Mann
My name is Jeremy and I'm the chief editor here at Vaping360. I reside in southeast Michigan and I've been vaping since my first ecig purchase in 2010.