With so many e-liquid companies vying for your custom, e-juice subscription services help you navigate the options and find your new all day vape. If you’re looking to sign up for an e-liquid subscription service, however, the decision is getting progressively more difficult to make, so which is right for your needs? Here’s an updated run-down of the different e-juice subscription services.
With vaping, better performance generally comes with increased complexity, and nowhere is this more obvious than with rebuildable atomizers. Vapers enthusiastically recommend rebuildable dripping atomizers (RDAs, for short) to fellow vapers. But when you first pick one up, the unanimous response is a “what the hell am I supposed to do with this thing?” You may feel out of your depth the first time you see a mod. […]
Back in the cigalike days of e-cigarettes, high VG e-juice was basically unheard of. The most popular mix in those days was 80% PG, with much more PG than VG. But over the past few years, as vaping technology has evolved, vapers have started making different choices. High VG e-liquid seems to be getting more and more popular. But why? What are the benefits of Vegetable Glycerin e-juice? […]
If your brand new atomizer head is only lasting you a few days – rather than the 1 to 2 weeks you can ordinarily get out of one – you’ll end up spending loads of money on vaping. So what’s the problem? Can it be fixed? Here’s a brief guide to getting the most out of your atomizer heads.
A new study has led to some predictable, tiresome claims that e-cigarettes are a gateway to smoking, but it commits a laughable error also found in two other recent gateway studies: focusing on students who’ve taken a single puff of an e-cigarette rather than anything approaching regular use.
The competition for the best sub ohm tank is pretty fierce, and choosing the right one for your vaping needs isn’t always easy. To help you find the best vape tank, we surveyed ordinary vapers on their favorite tanks, and we’ve used the results to put together a definitive top 10.
Although eGo-style or cigalike devices are generally preferred by those first getting started with vaping, it usually doesn’t take too long for newer vapers to make the move towards more advanced mods. Most mods these days are variable voltage / variable wattage (VV/VW) devices, which allow you to choose your own power setting and support a much wider range of atomizers. These represent a big step up when it […]
The core appeal of vaping is that it’s very, very similar to smoking. To switch, pretty much all you have to do is vape when you would have smoked and try to resist any cravings. However, it’s really a little more complicated than that. So here’s a brief guide for smokers new to vaping who are looking to get the most they can out of it.
As everyone has heard by now, the FDA’s disastrous proposal to regulate e-cigarettes as tobacco products has gone ahead with none of the changes vaping advocates may have been hoping for. We wanted continued innovation with improved product standards; we got thinly-veiled prohibition.
Getting started with vaping doesn’t have to be expensive. We conducted several polls asking vapers to vote for their favorite devices, and we’ve used the results to put together a definitive list of the best e-cigarettes under $50. For anybody interested in starting to vape but not wanting to spend too much getting set up, these affordable e-cigarettes are the perfect solution.
Two of the most common tasks you’ll have to do as a vaper is filling up a tank or clearomizer and replacing a spent coil for a new one. Thankfully for new vapers, these are both really easy to accomplish, regardless of the type of tank or clearomizer you have. Here’s how to do it.
The atomizer is what turns your e-juice into delicious, inhalable vapor, but like everything else when it comes to vaping, there are tons of options on the market, and to a beginner, it can seem very overwhelming. Should you get a sub-ohm tank or a basic clearomizer? What are RBAs, RTAs and RDAs? Does it really make a difference what atomizer you use?
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) isn’t as benign as Big Pharma wants you to believe. They may have suckered politicians, doctors and scientists into supporting their trade in an addictive drug, but with my powers of cherry-picking, misrepresentation and lies of omission, I can reveal the truth: NRT is a serious threat to public health.
If you want a constant stream of junk science on a topic, one thing you’ll need is some researchers willing to crank out a shoddy paper in support of your cause, ideally without putting too much work into it. And the University of North Carolina’s Rebecca Williams has mastered the art.
We’ve spent plenty of time tackling anti-vaping myths since the site got started, but it isn’t just those opposed to vaping that often spout mistruths or plain misleading statements. In fact, there are quite a few pro-vaping myths that we should stop repeating if we want to be taken seriously.