1 Simple Trick That Gets More Vapor From Your Vape

MR. LONG DRAG

I’m pretty sure we all know by now easy it is to cloud chase nowadays. I covered that in one of my previous posts.

Here is another way to get more  more vapor from those sub-ohm I featured, and it has become quite popular among vapers.

This is the wide bore drip tip. Perhaps it was invented to make the drip tip look more symmetrical to the growing atomizers and tanks coming out. Some say it improves taste and vapor. Some of these wide bore drip tips have their own air-flow system.  Personally, I think they are great both in terms of aesthetics and functionality.

Here’s Abby Vapes with a video about her experience with the wide bore drip tips she got from Fast Tech. She added 88 cents to upgrade from free shipping and got her order after 2 weeks which isn’t too bad knowing its from…

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So You Wanna Understand Your Hardware?

All Access Vapor's Rock Star Blog

This might look confusing--so many options! But don't panic. This might look confusing—so many options! But don’t panic.

If you’re new to personal vaporizers, you might feel overwhelmed by all of the different components. But there’s no need to be!

In this four-part series, we’ll break down everything you need to know about the hardware and mechanics of your personal vaporizers. Most of these components are universal, but they can vary depending on things like make and size. We’ll go into that, too—don’t worry!

Also a note: For the purposes of this introductory blog, we won’t be discussing RBA, RDA, or Reservoir systems. More on those later, so stay tuned.

First up: The Battery

IMG_0604 Here’s an example of a non-integrated battery system.

Yes, the jolt of life. The power source. Without this, your personal vaporizers couldn’t turn the e-liquid inside of your tank into vapor.

Battery life is determined by MAH—and no, that’s not some kind of slang…

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