Black Note has recently published two posts looking at the issue of diacetyl in e-cigarettes, with one covering the science behind the debate and the other focusing more on the disagreement on the issue within the vaping community. The posts are both well-worth reading – so go take a look if you want the full story – but we’ve condensed some of the key take-away points here.
There are tons of ways to improve your vapor production, and although there are certain types of e-cig and atomizer that are better-suited to it, there are many things you can do to improve the vapor production with whatever device you have now. Here are 9 of them.
Tobacco e-liquid types
For the just-switching smoker aiming to replace their combusted tobacco habit, navigating the veritable maze of e-liquid in search of a pleasant, tobacco-infused flavor can be a challenge. So what are the major types of tobacco e-liquid? Which tastes the best? Here’s a brief run-down of the options.
Advanced Rebuildable Atomizers
Rebuildable atomizers are meant for advanced users. As the name suggests, the user must rebuild their wicks on regular basis. There are several types of advanced rebuildable atomizers but we will break it down into 3 common types: tank or genesis style, dripping, and a third type which I like to call the hybrid.
You’re probably noticing more and more of these as their popularity increases. They are the luxury and sports car versions of electronic cigarettes with names like Provari, Tesla and Vamo. Resembling something closer to a light saber than an e-cigarette, advanced personal vaporizers, or APVs, are turning vaping into an intricate hobby for heavy users. With all due respect for 510 “mini” e-cigs, there’s a vast world of customization beyond the standard starter kits so we thought we’d offer some insight for those of you interested in stepping up your vape game.
The supposed dangers of e-cigarette are sadly amongst the most commonly-reported aspects of the innovative technology. However, this isn't the whole story. The omissions in media and FDA reports into e-cigarettes have led many people to ask the question: are e-cigarettes dangerous? The notion that they’re dangerous is on extremely shaky ground, and when compared to tobacco cigarettes they are virtually angelic.
E-liquid safety
What do I do if I spill e-liquid? How should I store it? How do I refill my tank? With some basic e-liquid safety knowledge, you’ll be ready for any scenario.
E-cigarettes are a relatively new technology, and many users are unsure of exactly how an e-cig works. You might have no idea what a cartomizer is, what you would do with e-liquid or even how the e-cigarette makes vapor in the first place. Finding out the answers to the basic questions regarding e-cigs gives you an idea of how the technology works, why it has a reputation of being so safe and why you’re allowed to use them in most non-smoking areas. Welcome to the world of vaping.
Vaping and Driving Laws Explained
Vaping and driving is generally legal, but if you aren't careful about how you vape, it could still land you in trouble or even put you and others at risk. Luckily, if you follow a few simple tips you can stay safe and on the right side of the law.