Electronic Cigarette Problems and How to Solve Them(Chapter 1)

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Electronic Cigarette Problems and How to Solve Them(Chapter 1)
1. Not getting enough of a nicotine hit

i. Nicotine level is too low

Electronic cigarettes deliver nicotine more slowly than cigarettes. The good news is that some scientists believe that because of this, ecigarettes are less addictive than tobacco cigarette. On the negative side, you may need a higher level of nicotine in your eliquid to get the same effect as a cigarette, so try switching to a stronger eliquid.

ii. Using a weak device
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The device makes a difference! In fact, one mod I used nearly blew my head off even when I was using a fairly weak e-liquid. To get the maximum effect, use a more powerful, variable voltage device with a good clearomiser such as a Spinner Variable Voltage Battery with the Aspire Bottom Vertical Clearomiser. A variable voltage battery will allow you to control the voltage so you get the effect you need.

For even more power you could try a sub-ohming kit. An extremely powerful battery, with a more capable clearomiser such as an Innokin Coolfire IV TC100 and an Aspire Cleito will produce so much vapour, most users can drastically lower the strength of their liquid whilst still getting a bigger hit. If you are unsure what kind of power you need, I recommend visiting your local shop and asking to try different set-ups till you can find something that works for you.
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2. Not getting enough of a throat hit
i. Using the wrong eliquid

All eliquids maintain a balance between throat hit and vapour production. The exact throat hit/vapour production depends on the ratio of propylene glycol (PG) to vegetable glycerine (VG).

This usually displayed on the label as a ratio e.g. 60/40 (60%PG, 40%VG) or as a single percentage.

Propylene glycol (PG) leads to a greater throat hit, while vegetable glycerine (VG) leads to greater vapour production.

If the throat hit is too weak, you may need an ejuice with more propylene glycol, and if it is too strong you may need an ejuice with more vegetable glycerine.
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ii. Using the wrong device (again!)

Again, some devices produce a stronger throat hit than others.

Tank systems (also known as second generation ecigarettes and are the ones that take e-liquid) generally produce more throat hit than cigalikes (ecigs which closely resemble traditional tobacco cigarettes).

Grab a tank system with a VV battery, ramp the voltage up and you should get more of a throat hit.

iii. Flooded atomiser/clearomiser
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3. Not getting enough vapour
i. PG/VG Ratio

Again, the PG/VG ratio may not be quite right for you! Using an eliquid with more VG may increase vapour production.

ii. Use a More Powerful Device

This is starting to sound repetitive � But the more powerful the battery you are using, the more vapour you are going to get from it. i. PG/VG Ratio

Again, the PG/VG ratio may not be quite right for you! Using an eliquid with more VG may increase vapour production.

ii. Use a More Powerful Device

This is starting to sound repetitive � But the more powerful the battery you are using, the more vapour you are going to get from it.

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