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  • Hi, I’m Kristina from VapeClub. Welcome to our beginners guide to take you step by

  • step through all the basics to help you make the switch to vaping.

  • Vaping devices can seem daunting at first, but are quite simple once you understand

  • a few basics.

  • Electronic cigarettes and vaping devices are essentially the same thing and can be broken

  • down into two main components, the first being the power unit which houses the battery.

  • The second being the tank which holds and vaporizes the e-liquid.

  • All vaping devices work using the same principal. Inside the tank, which holds the e-liquid,

  • is the atomizer. The atomizer contains a wire wrapped around some sort of wicking material,

  • and is referred to as a coil. The wick soaks up the e-liquid and draws it into

  • the coil. When activated, the coil heats up and vaporizes the e-liquid.

  • The first generation of vaping devices are known as cigalikes because they look very

  • similar to a real cigarette. They consist of a small lithium battery and a non-refillable

  • tank, which contains the e-liquid, and is often referred to as a cartomizer.

  • As the technology evolved to meet the demand for higher performance, the look and feel

  • of these devices changed notably. The latest generation of devices offers a highly customizable

  • and far superior vaping experience.

  • Starting with the most basic vaping devices on the market, you have things like the ego style

  • kits. These feature a small battery with an activation button and a basic re-fillable

  • tank. Virtually all starter kits will come with

  • a usb charger and options for a wall adapter. Do make sure you use the correct usb charger

  • and wall adapter to charge all of your vaping devices, and if in doubt, do check your user manual.

  • The larger battery lasts you longer. The cigalikes typically last around 200 puffs, and the

  • ego battery can last 600 puffs and up depending on the size you choose. For a typical vaper

  • that can mean anywhere between 4 and 10 hours of vaping.

  • Batteries will come in a variety of sizes, ranging from around 400 milliamps up to about

  • 1300. The higher the milliamp number the more charge your battery will hold and the longer

  • it will last, but the larger capacity batteries are also larger in size, so that’s something

  • to bear in mind when considering the size of your setup.

  • The second major advantage is the refillable tank with its much improved atomizer. It offers

  • much better vapour production and enhanced flavour. The larger capacity of around 1.6ml

  • means that the typical vaper could use the device all day without running out of eliquid.

  • These tanks are called clearomizers because well theyre clear, and they allow you to

  • see how much e-liquid you have left.

  • The cigalikes offer a very limited range of flavors and nicotine strengths, but the range

  • of e-liquids available for the refillable tanks is far greater. But, well cover e-liquids

  • in a different video.

  • The basic clearomizers are disposable. They can last anywhere between 2 to 6 weeks before

  • the performance of the coil starts to deteriorate so youll need to replace the tank.

  • These basic kits are a great way for you to get into vaping, theyre inexpensive and

  • they do a much better job than the cigalikes. But, you may find that you still want more

  • performance. Some people prefer a stronger throat hit or more airflow, so you might be

  • interested in something more advanced.

  • The more advanced batteries allow you to control the power output. Higher power output means

  • the coil will get hotter. This has an effect on the temperature, vapor production, the

  • throat hit and the flavor. This has an effect on the temperature, throat hit and flavour

  • production of your vapour.

  • So I’ll demonstrate the difference between the lower power and the higher power. So right

  • now we are at 7 watts, and this is at 30 watts. I’m getting a hell of a lot more vapor production

  • as well as much better flavor.

  • Because everybody’s taste is individual, people prefer vaping different flavours at

  • different temperatures.

  • The power output is normally altered by controlling either the voltage or wattage using the mechanical

  • dial or the digital display.

  • The long and short of it is, the variable wattage provides a slightly easier and more

  • consistent vaping experience. However, due to the more complex chips used, the variable

  • wattage devices do tend to be slightly more expensive than the variable voltage devices,

  • so this is something to keep in mind when choosing your setup.

  • The more advanced tanks offer a replaceable atomizer. So, instead of replacing the whole

  • thing, you simply unscrew the coil and replace it.

  • They are also made of more durable materials - often stainless steel with pyrex glass.

  • This not only makes them last longer, but it also gives much better flavor production.

  • The continued development of the tanks also allowed for even more innovative features

  • such as the larger capacity, the rotatable drip tip and the adjustable airflow controls.

  • So the right setup for you will be determined by a balance of how much money you might be

  • prepared to spend to switch over from tobacco and the level of performance you might need

  • to keep your cravings at bay. Some people enjoy the endless customization options that

  • vaping offers, while others just prefer a simple plug and go system.

  • So in terms of performance, you're far better going for something with a variable power

  • output, and if your budget permits for it, ideally something with a variable wattage.

  • Because the tank is so important to flavor production and flavor, we do recommend that

  • you go for something with a pyrex tank and adjustable airflow. But do make sure you choose

  • something that is compatible with your battery of course.

  • And bear in mind that the majority of the products are interchangeable so once youve

  • got yourself a basic setup you can gradually upgrade it with new batteries and tanks until

  • you find the setup that works for you.

  • So I hope this video has given you a great insight into the world of vaping and perhaps

  • made it seem a little less overwhelming. Whatever setup you do choose, good luck and welcome

  • to the vape club.

Hi, I’m Kristina from VapeClub. Welcome to our beginners guide to take you step by

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