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Getting More Vapor From E Cigarettes

Kyle Newton June 7, 2012 Guides & Tutorials 4 Comments

E cigarettes offer a lot to people who want a better experience than regular cigarettes could ever hope to offer. This is almost entirely because of e liquid and how it puts out a great vapor instead of smoke. But there are many e cigarette users out there who try to get a little more vapor. Here are some tips to get the most out of your e cigarette cartridges.

The first thing you need to keep in mind is, no matter what, avoid e cigarette mods at all costs. E cigarette mods are not supported by 7′s, and can be very dangerous. E cigarette mods have led from things as mundane as people ruining their e cigarettes to even having an e cigarette blow up in their face. You should only do what you can to get the most from your e cigarette and not try to force it to put out an amount of vapor it was not built for. Avoid mods at all costs.

Now that the dangers of modding are out of the way, one thing that you need to keep in mind if you want to get the most out of your e cigarette is to make sure to have a well charged battery. Most people put the vapor amount strictly on the cartridge, but the truth is that if you do not have a well charged battery, it will not put out as much vapor. Keeping it charged ensures that you get a good amount of vapor.

Making sure the individual parts of your e cigarette are clean is also very important. On top of the fact that it is an essential part of e cigarette maintenance, having an uncleaned e cigarette can cause blockages that reduce your e cigarette’s ability to put out vapor. Periodic cleanings should prevent this from happening.

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4 Comments

  1. Sean October 29, 2013 at 10:14 PM

    Hmm…. avoid mods…. kthx.

    No mention of modifying the PG/VG ratios.
    Mods are ok as long as you aren’t stupid and have a basic understanding of ohms/volts/watts.

    ALSO…. you COULD have mentioned that there IS such a thing as cutting liquid.

    As in you get your eliquid of choice and an empty dropper bottle, you get a bottle of USP grade glycerine/glycerol from a pharmacy or your local department or hobby shop (I get mine from walmart), and then you pour in some of your fluid into a bottle and mix a little of that glycerol in.

    I have been doing this for a while now.
    I run an ego C-Twist with a kangertech T3S clearomizer with a 1.8 ohm atomizer and cut no more than 40% glycerol into my fluid. I GET STUPID amounts of vapor for running at 3.5 volts. I don’t go any higher than that for fear of frying liquid or popping the atomizer. Atomizer stays cool unless I chain vape 20 or 30 big straight lung draws (I vape when I drive just about constantly LOL).

    NOTE. your mileage may vary on flavor. I like a mild flavor that leaves me wanting to vape more so I don’t ever get tired of it, so my method is PERFECT for me. You might just like my way but try at your own risk.

    Happy Vaping!

  2. matt n. August 30, 2013 at 4:15 PM

    I didn’t even know that you could modify an e-cig let alone why you would want to. A charged battery is always best and keeping the e-cig clean is a good idea if you want the best vape.

  3. Las August 28, 2013 at 9:51 AM

    Avoid mods at all costs? That’s your advice? I mean, a well-charged battery and proper maintenance are sound advices, but spreading FUD on e-cig mods is biased marketing at best. There’s plenty of high-quality mods you can buy from trustworthy suppliers that performs great (and with high security). If you are to market your own products (which I understand), please don’t do it by hailing down competing products that you don’t carry yourselves.

  4. Genie Kim June 29, 2013 at 9:29 PM

    Great, but how does one clean the product?

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