We all know that despite our best efforts to execute complete control over our vaping setups, things can go wrong from time to time. Sometimes, a coil dies when we’re least expecting it. Other times, our tanks seem to begin leaking for no reason at all.
Maybe, as a new vaper, you once thought that all tanks and all mods were compatible with each other. But, quickly, as you began to build your vaping setup, you realized that this simply isn’t the case. Now, as more and more pieces of hardware are developed to improve one’s vaping experience, it’s even more likely that a mod and tank will not be compatible with each other.
We vapers are proud of our knowledge when it comes to the components of our setups. We can tell you all about the relationship between wattage and ohms, and how nic salt is very different from freebase nicotine. But, are we as on top of the lingo related to vape batteries as we are other vape-related terms?
While the vaping industry gets more and more diverse in terms of its technology, more and more Americans are finally feeling confident that they can throw out their cigarette packs in order to embrace this new industry. We all know at least one person who has managed to completely quit smoking thanks to vaping products. Yet, a lot of people in charge are still not totally convinced that this market is totally legitimate.
Can you smell the subtle aromas of fall in the air? We’re just days away from the official start of the season, but already, we feel like it’s arrived. We see the leaves on the ground, we feel the slight chill in the air and we find ourselves craving those warming, comforting and familiar flavors at last.
Vaping is more popular than it ever has been, so it’s not surprising that we are seeing this hobby grow in the mainstream world.
Vaping, as we know, is just as much about maintenance as it is about achieving flawless flavor, smooth vapor and that perfect amount of nicotine.