There certainly is no shortage of vape reviewers in the world. It seems like anyone with a vape and a computer is posting their 2 cents about every vaping device on the planet. That’s all fine and good until you realize that you can’t trust just anyone’s opinion in this industry. Not all reviewers have the same motivates and many of them are just trying to sell something. Today we are going to be diving in, with one of the legends in the vape review world, we’re talking about Nicholas King from Smoketastic.com. But before we get too deep, let’s take a look at what factors have influenced the vape culture and why you shouldn’t trust just anyone when it comes to vape reviews.
The vaping market has been one of the fastest growing industries in the world since 2008, with more converts switching from tobacco to e-juice every …
Whether you are new to vaping or already an intermediate vaper, you might be hearing a lot of buzz words that are unique to the vaping and e-cigarette industry.
You may be familiar with some of these words while never heard some of them. But you need to get to know some of these words if you plan to advance in the vaping industry. That is why we thought of putting together a vaping vocabulary of some of the most common words used in the vaping industry.
510/KR-808 – This indicates the thread pattern of an e-cigarette battery. While 510 is the most common threading of an e-cig battery, KR-808 is the smaller version of it.
Atomizer – This indicates the heating element that is used to vaporize the e-juices.
Analog – A tobacco cigarette is known as an Analog in the e-cig industry.
The sub-ohm tank is one of the greatest advancements in the history of vaping. Sub-ohm tanks outperform the cartomizers and clearomizers of the past in every way. They’re easier to fill. They generate bigger vapor clouds with purer, more accurate flavors. If a coil starts to become gunky, replacing it is a snap — just throw the old coil away and twist in a new one.
If you spend any time with other people who vape, though, you’ve seen how the other half lives. You’ve seen the spools of wire and the pouches of cotton. You’ve also seen the enormous vapor clouds. Maybe you’ve even felt a little jealous.
So, is a rebuildable atomizer for you? Building your own coils has plenty of benefits, but there’s also a lot of effort involved. This article will make your decision an easier one.
The comparison between secondhand smoke and vapor seems to be a hot topic today. Considering several cities, places and national parks have banned the use of e-cigarettes without even examining the secondhand effects the devices have.
This is the reason why scientists continue to evaluate the effects of secondhand vapor and how it is different from secondhand smoke. A clearly defined difference between the two will help us to regulate the use of e-cigarettes in public places.
So, you’ve gotten into vaping. The smoke tricks, the exotic flavors, and the aesthetic have lured you in, but you’re stalling on what to do with this new hobby. There’s a lot of avenues to explore within the vaping community, making a large and potentially confusing cloud of possibilities.
One of the most exhilarating hobbies that vape enthusiasts rage over is creating their own unique vape mods. Officially beginning to adjust them, however, can be difficult. Choosing the type of wire to use can be an important but difficult step of that.
In this article, we’ll mainly focus on the differences between different types of wires (mainly discussing the more common Kanthal and Nichrome, and mentioning Stainless Steel, Nickel, and Titanium) and how they impact the vaping experience.
What’s the Difference?
Each kind of wire comes in different diameters, which are referred to as the gauge of the wire. Higher …