Vaping Top Tips
How to tell when your coil needs changing
Coils don’t last forever, some indicators that your coil is burnt include:
You may find the actual taste of your vape to be really weak or even non-existent compared to previous times you’ve vaped.
Your vape may not produce as much cloud/vapour however it should be noted that this is also a sign of a low battery so it might not necessarily be your coil (though it’s still a sign of a burnt coil)
You may get a burnt taste when you vape
Your device may start leaking, this could be caused by your coil being oversaturated meaning it’s now flooded therefore it can’t sustain the necessary barrier to keep the liquid from leaking
Specifically in sub-ohm vapes if you remove the coil and you see the cotton within is black then you should probably replace it, new coils always have pure white cotton.
Ways to maximise your vaping experience (regular vaping)
Replace the coil quickly once it has ‘burnt out’
Always keep your tank well filled, ideally above the refill line
Make sure you’re storing your device properly without anything on top applying pressure to it, unneeded pressure can damage your device and cause leaks.
Ways to maximise your vaping (sub-ohm vaping)
Switch out your coils as often as you need to
Make sure all air flow holes are fully open to facilitate maximum cloud production when vaping
Use a high or even maximum VG liquid for the strongest flavour and biggest clouds
Always make sure the wick (cotton) inside your coil is fully saturated
When using a new coil always turn down your wattage for the first 10-20 pulls you take.
Battery life and charging
Try your best to let the battery in your device run out completely before charging it to promote a healthy battery life. Batteries can be "trained” in a sense to perform at their best through this method
Don’t let your device charge for over 4 hours furthermore charging your device overnight is extremely discouraged in the vaping community.
It’s advised that you charge your devices’ batteries using a laptop/PC if all the USB ports in your laptop/PC are in use, then a portable charger does the job just as well. You shouldn’t charge your device using a wall plug as these plugs can send too much power through your battery causing it to temporarily shut down.
When you take off your tank make sure the connection points are clean and dry. A dirty connection point will prevent proper connection between your tank and device causing it to not fire when you activate it
When charging your device it’s highly advised that you turn off the device. This will stop your battery and circuitry from potentially being damaged during the charging process.