Whether you’re brand new to vaping or have already started, it’s important to know when to change vape coil parts. Usually, there are some tell-tale signs that it’s time, but sometimes it may not be as obvious. So, how long do vape coils last and when should you change them? In this article, we explore the signs to watch for.
How Long Should a Vape Coil Last?
Generally, if you vape frequently, a new vape coil can last around a week before you should think about changing it. However, the longevity of your coil depends on how often you use your vape, the device you use, your wattage preferences, and the type of vape juice
The world of vaping is an exciting one - but can sometimes feel a bit daunting, especially when it comes to how your shiny new device works.
There are some basic rules to be aware of as you explore the plentiful options available to you - and following them will ensure you don’t get a nasty taste when you vape, take in too much nicotine or walk around with cotton mouth. Here are the top ten mistakes new vapers make, and how to avoid them.
1. Getting the wrong e-liquid
Many new to vaping will decide to pick up whatever vape juice looks good - but getting distracted by fancy packaging is a rookie error. Not only is it important to get a flavour you’ll want to stick with, taking a look at the PG/VG ratio will ensure you get the best experience when you vape. For example, getting high VG liquids will provide you with a smoother hit, and it’s more suitable for sub-ohm devices. Increasing the PG percentage and vaping
Everyone seems to have opinions about vaping these days. One person could say vaping changed their life, while another could believe using an e-cigarette is just as bad as smoking.
Then there are people who believe scaremongering stories about vaping - vape pens will explode in your pocket, e-liquid makes you fat, you’re filling your lungs with water every time you inhale….but how many of these statements are true?
Here are 9 of the most popular vaping myths - debunked.
“Vaping dessert e-liquid will make me fat”
Some people may look at strawberry shortcake and cherry pie vape juice, then get into a panic. “I’m basically inhaling dessert, I’m going to gain weight”.
Believe it or not, dessert-flavoured e-liquids aren’t made by putting food in a blender then shoving it in a bottle. When you vape, you’re taking in a mixture of nicotine, vegetable glycerine and propylene glycol. More