One aspect of the vapor industry that's coming under increased scrutiny is the harm that underaged children can be face by accidental exposure to e-liquid. The Food and Drug Administration has recently taken multiple actions to address these concerns, including a statement on their website aimed at vapers with children.
One helpful aspect of having an advanced mod setup is that they’re reusable, unlike combustible cigarettes. However, that also means that cleaning the atomizer has to be part of the process when you’re vaping anything non-disposable. Cleaning your atomizer helps prevent stale flavors and extends the life of the chamber and vaporizer. The slow buildup of gunk can block airflow, prevent the coil from doing its thing, and screw with the electric connections between the battery and atomizer.
In this article we will focus on are a few ways that we can recommend to clean your atomizer in order to give you an awesome and fresh vaping experience.
Squonking style vapes makes vaping easier than ever. With a setup that provides the most convenience for any vaper on the go, this style of vaping gives you the most time out on the town with a flavorful vape in your hand. The more time you have with your rig, the happier you’ll be!
In the world of vaping, most people are familiar with the Rebuilding Dripping Atomizers (RDA), long known as, bar none, the delivery device of choice for the ultimate in flavor and cloud production. The one inconvenient aspect of those types of vape set ups, though, is the act of dripping itself.
You’re quitting smoking! Hooray! As you probably know, it’s both a courageous decision and a difficult process. However, there are resources to help you along during the early stages of your cessation period. One important resource is vaping, which can be an easy way for you to wean yourself off of the toxic chemicals found in traditional cigarettes.
It’s important to know what your body should expect once you start the process of moving from cigarettes to vapes. Cessation can be difficult, but don't worry, we're here to help.
There are so many different types of wick to choose from it’s often difficult to know which one is the best for you. Luckily, here at Breazy we have two of the most popular types of wick material, and in this article we’re going to look at each type sold here and another popular type of wick, the silica wick, in order for you to get a feel for what’s important for your personal vaping needs.
The two types of wick material that are sold at Breazy currently are the Cotton Bacon Bits V2 2 Pack by Wick 'N' Vape for $2.99 a pack, and Organic Japanese Cotton which will run you $1.99 for a 5 pack, or $29.99 for a pack of five hundred.
Salt nicotine is taking off in the industry and new types are getting manufactured every day. The manufactures at Beyond Vaping and have come up with its newest line of salt nicotine, called sage nicotine salt.
This new line of nicotine salts has all the effects that one would expect from other nicotine salts, such as a quicker nicotine uptake and a smoother hit. They come in a variety of different flavors, but the most popular line are the Aria Elixer, who markets one flavor for each season. For this article we will focus on these four different flavors.
To begin with, the shelf life of e-liquid can last for up to two years (though most manufacturers recommend a one-year storage term), and even then it’s not certain that there’s any definite expiration date. Despite liquid’s long expiration dates, storing it properly can keep a good batch fresh even past its best-by date.
Like the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, the best way to find the perfect amount of nicotine is to experiment with the strength of nicotine in your vaping gear. After you get an initial handle on how vaping works, it’s good to test nicotine strengths against your tolerance.
This takes a certain level of self awareness of your nicotine intake as a smoker, and how much tolerance for nicotine that translates into as a vaper. The most important thing is to find that sweet spot, that special sensation for an enjoyable vaping experience.
When you’re headed out of town with your vape equipment it’s important to know the rules of traveling. Whether your trips are domestic or international, it’s important to follow all the rules and be mindful of protocol for storing your e-liquid, mods, and of course, having a set of charged batteries for the ideal traveling experience.
This article will focus on different tips if you’re taking a plane and want to bring your vape along to keep you company.
When you’re a heavy smoker, the first thing you think of when you wake up in the morning is that first cigarette of the day. That first puff, the calm relaxation as you settle into your day. This is the nicotine buzz and byproduct of nicotine addiction.
Who feels the nicotine buzz? New smokers feel it the most. Also, people who have quit smoking for a while and then start again feel it hard as well. Anyone who smokes or ingest nicotine through a variety of means feels the nicotine buzz even if they do not notice it.
One of the unfortunate consequences when you vape is dehydration. Vaping dehydration usually occurs for beginner who aren’t yet accustomed to tracking intake or the different sensations created by vaping. Luckily for vapers, this is a temporary condition, and with a little knowledge about vape products, and some water on hand, dehydration can be dealt with easily.
While vaping by itself doesn’t affect the vaper’s taste buds, it can be associated with loss of taste because dehydration is also a byproduct of vaping in excess. Keeping a tab on how much you vape and drinking plenty of water can help, whether or not you’re dehydrated or losing the taste of your vape.
E-liquid is an important component of any vaper’s kit. Super-premium juices can also be quite pricey, so knowing how to get the most shelf life out of your e-liquid can come in handy if you’re on a tight budget.
For starters, properly stored e-liquid can last for up to two years, and even then it’s not certain that there’s any definite expiration date. Despite the long expiration dates, sometimes you store stuff and it gets lost for a period of time, until you eventually find it when you’re cleaning that closet that you barely go into. Is it still good? Should you still vape the liquid?
All vape mods utilize high-discharge lithium ion batteries, and box mods have specific needs. Knowing which type of battery fits your device’s needs and which brand is the best type of battery is crucial to your vaping experience.
In this article you will find everything you need to select the best battery for your box mods as well as tips for charging, and, most importantly, the batteries that are a scam.
There are two primary types of nicotine that’s used in e-liquid, “freebase” nicotine and nicotine salts. While freebase nicotine is the more common, salt nicotine has been making waves in newer e-liquid offerings looking to give vapers a more natural tobacco experience.
Nicotine salt is the purest form of nicotine found in tobacco. The salt compounds are contained in the leaves alongside other compounds found in the plant's organic matter. Pax Labs, creators of the popular JUUL cigalike, researched the effects of using salt as a base for their nicotine, and discovered that specific nicotine salts actually appeared to work better than freebase nicotine e-liquid in delivering a tobacco-like experience for smokers looking to quit.
You’ve just purchased a starter kit! Congratulations. But maybe you’re a little confused as to how it all works, and what the different components of your vape kit actually are. Complete knowledge of how your setup works is typically only acquired over time, and the more advanced you are, the more complicated your device set up can get. Let’s look at the basics of entry-level vape kits to give you an idea of how it all works.