An electronic cigarette, e-cigarette or vaper; all these designations designate a device for transforming a liquid called e-liquid into vapour under the effect of heat; which will then be inhaled.
The electronic cigarette replaces, in a way, the traditional cigarette which burns tobacco to produce smoke.
A fairly simple, yet equally effective invention, the e-cigarette was invented by a Chinese in 2003 to substitute nicotine with a less harmful device. The design at that time was different from the electronic cigarette available today.
When the resistance of an electronic cigarette is used , it must be replaced to avoid several inconveniences including the alteration of the restitution of flavors, a drop in the volume of vapor and very often the risk of leakage. Here is some information that will allow you to replace the resistance of your electronic cigarette.
The battery is one of the essential elements of an electronic cigarette. It is she who delivers the electricity necessary to operate the resistance and vaporize the e-liquid. If you have questions about the operation or maintenance of your electronic cigarette battery, we have put together a question-and-answer guide on batteries.
When you are a vaper, you can have problems with leaks, gurgling, or e-liquid rising with your electronic cigarette. Rest assured, these problems do not necessarily come from defective hardware. In this article, we take stock of the causes, and the solutions to remedy these hassles.
Appeared a few years ago in the world of vaping, pods (or pod mods) are now becoming a must when it comes to electronic cigarettes. Often criticized for their poor performance, these new-type electronic cigarettes created little enthusiasm in the e-cigarette sector. But like any object, the pods have evolved and offer a vape that appeals to more and more vapers, even the most seasoned!
In the vape, we have only one goal: to put an end to the ravages of tobacco. But in this fabulous world, clans exist and two great schools clash. Some swear by atomizers and others can’t bring themselves to do without their clearomizer. Atomizer or clearomizer: what is the difference between these two products? We will try to enlighten you.
Many of you are wondering about the warnings that may suddenly appear on your electronic box. Don’t worry, that doesn’t always mean your hardware is faulty! It is most of the time a simple indication to ask you to carry out a particular adjustment.
In order not to be surprised, we recommend that you carefully read and keep the instructions for use of your equipment. In a hurry to discover and test our new toy, we leave aside, or sometimes even throw away, the user manual, which is essential for a good understanding of how the equipment works…
If the error is nevertheless made, we offer you to go around the alert messages displayed by your electronic cigarette about the change of resistance or clearomizer. Because that’s what it’s all about with the message “New coil up sat down” and all its synonyms that we detail below!
A reconstructable atomizer differs from a regular clearomizer in that it allows you, as its name suggests, to be able to create your coils yourself. Rather than acquiring a new consumable and regularly changing your prefabricated resistor, you can then craft your resistor and change it as often as you wish! To do this, you must first understand how rebuildable atomizers work.
As we saw in our article dedicated to their composition, each e-liquid is made up of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG). Their proportion is however different according to the e-liquids and the brands. The level of vegetable glycerin indeed sometimes takes precedence over that of propylene glycol. What is the difference? And how do you choose the PG/VG ratio that suits you best?
The electronic cigarette may or may not contain nicotine, more precisely the e-liquids used with the rechargeable e-cigarette. Opponents of this new product primarily point to nicotine as the main culprit.
Nicotine is a substance that induces addiction but in itself, this substance is not carcinogenic. Whether in tobacco or other substitutes, nicotine is still nicotine!