Wondering what squonk mods are and how they can improve their vaping experiences. Here is a guide on squonk mods and the benefits they have to offer.
How important is it to stop smoking?
It is very important. Tobacco use remains the single most preventable cause of death in the United States. Cigarette smoking accounts for nearly one-third of all cancer deaths in this country each year.
If you're new to the world of vaping you may have heard about this "dripping" style, though it's likely unfamiliar. While common in the early days of vaping (think back to the late 2000s or early 2010s), dripping today falls strictly in the realm of hobbyist vapers.
Batteries are a critical component of every vaper's hardware, whether you know it or not. Simply put, they provide the power needed to vaporize your e-liquid: no power, no vapor. If you’ve got a smaller pod or cigalike system, chances are your battery is integrated into the device and is not replaceable. But if you have a larger advanced personal vaporizer (APV, or "box mod"), then chances are you'll need to familiarize yourself with the world of high-discharge lithium ion cells.
Leaky vape tanks are a major headache that many vapers have had to confront at one time or another. It's frustrating to set down your vape mod for a few minutes, only to come back to drops of e-liquid slowly spilling down and pooling around your device. This results in a big mess, a waste of precious e-liquid, and it could even harm your device's electronic components if not dealt with properly.
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Over the next ten minutes or so, we're going to talk about how to get your new vape starter kit out of the box and ready to puff. These instructions will vary widely depending on what kind of device you've chosen, but don't worry, they're all pretty simple to work with. We'll break things down into categories from here on out so you can skip straight to the kind of device you have.
One of the more daunting parts of upgrading from a pod mod to a larger mod is figuring out how to replace your vape coils. A coil’s lifespan depends on the type and model, in addition to how often you use it. A disposable coil head could last anywhere from a few days to a month before it starts to develop a burnt taste, which is usually a sign it's nearing the end of its life. One of the more frequent questions is: how do you clean a coil if it starts to go bad?
Sooner or later, you're bound to end up with vape gear you're not using on a daily basis. This is a good thing. You always want to have backups (and backups for your backups) to avoid the risk of a smoking relapse if you can’t vape on your primary gear. Still, if you want your spare hardware to remain in prime condition while it's waiting to be pulled off the bench (or maybe even for the day you gift it to a friend looking to switch) it's worth taking a few minutes to pack it away right.
Replacement pods and cartridges are necessities for anyone using pod mods or non-disposable cigalike vapor devices. Sooner or later, you're going to need some replacements to keep you vaping. So let's go over what they are and how to get them. If you’re not familiar with pods and cartridges, this might seem confusing at first. What kind do I need? Can I switch my pod out for one from another device? Luckily, here at Breazy we have all your answers and our online store is chock-full of pods and cartridges to choose from.
The time has come. If you've decided that yes, vaping sounds like the right choice for your situation, and you want to get started, it’s time for a starter kit. Great! But still, you may be thinking, with so many different devices out there, how do I go about picking the right one? Let's quickly go over your options, and lay out some of the reasons you might choose one over another. If your first need to understand what a starter kit is and what it includes and doesn’t include, check out our article in this series, “What's a Starter Kit?”