Compare the Most Important Features in an ECig Vaporizer Kit!
Are you ready to move up to an intermediate ecigarette? ECig eGo/Tank Systems and Vaporizers have lots of exciting features, such as variable voltage or sub ohm atomizer coils. They can be a bit intimidating at first, if you’re used to the simplicity of a traditional “cig-alike” electronic cigarette, but the satisfaction of fuller e-liquid flavor and huge vapor production with less harshness can be worth the learning curve..
Our Vaporizer Kit Selection Guide helps you to clearly identify the specific features, advantages and costs of the top selling beginner and intermediate vaporizer e-cig systems.
Each Starter Kit is a Little Different. Some are uncomplicated and are really easy to use; others have more features that give you more control. There’s something here for every vaper so you’re sure to find the right match for your budget and vaping style.
Look below the chart for definitions of specific vaporizer terms.
Here are the Best Selling Vaporizer Starter Kits
Coil Styles: Top coil atomizers have the heating element near the top of the atomizer. Long wicks soak up the eliquid. Bottom Coil atomizers have the heating element at the bottom of the atomizer. This allows for longer lasting eliquids, but filling your tank can be a bit trickier. Double coil atomizers create more vapor and more intense flavor, but can deplete batteries faster.
Ohm Resistance: Lower numbered ohms create a hotter vape, Higher numbered ohms create a cooler vape.
Compatibility – 510/eGo threading – This is the most common threading for tanks/clearomizers and batteries. So if your vaporizer has a 510/eGo battery, you’ll be able to buy a wide selection of tanks and clearomizers for your e-liquids including higher end glass tanks and those offering dual coil atomizers.
Variable Volt Battery – Allows you to adjust the voltage output of your battery to create a hotter vape that can produce greater clouds of vapor and more intense flavor. Your perfect vape will also depend on your atomizer’s coil ohm resistance and your e-liquid. Some flavors taste better on low voltage/wattage as where others taste better on higher voltage/wattage.
We’ll continue to update this information regularly, adding new links and new designs from the most respected e-cigarette companies.
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