Choose the Right Tank for Your Needs for the Ultimate Vaping Experience

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Selecting the right tank for your needs can seem like a minefield with options such as; RDA, RTA, Sub ohm and coils – how do you know which is the best for you? What you decide on can have a big effect on your vaping experience, so read on to make an informed decision for yourself.

How Does Different E-juice Affect Your Coil

A coil gunked up with e-juice is a nightmare for any vaper and can cause your vape to work at reduced capacity or even worse – stop working altogether. Understanding how different vape juice affects your coils will help you to optimise your vaping experience.

Generally a higher VG vape juice requires more cleaning, due to it being slightly thicker in consistency and thus producing more gunk and build up. A higher PG e-liquid is thinner in consistency and usually easier to maintain. Mesh coils are also now becoming a popular option, where a stainless steel mesh replaces the steel wire as the coil.

Tank Options and Which Is Best for You

Sub Ohm Tanks

Sub ohm tanks are a popular choice because they’re the most easy to use and have tons of options to choose from. High nicotine consumers may want to avoid the sub ohm tank. Sub ohm tanks work very efficiently and demand high power which will make your e-juice go faster. This in turn will mean you’ll spend more money in some instances.

Although you may spend a lot more using the sub ohm tank if you’re a heavy vaper, tanks can be bought at a variety of price points to suit all budgets. Sub ohm tanks work really well with little maintenance required except changing you coil. Well designed and stylish, one thing to note is that the sub ohm tanks do have a limited wattage range. Air flow can be controlled on your sub ohm tank to further enhance your vaping experience.

RTA (Rebuildable Tank Atomiser)

With a RTA tank you can customise and set resistance and you often get a better flavour due to you being able to tailor your taste to the coils. RTA,s are not the best choice for newbie vapers as they require complicated steps to build and install them.

RDA (Rebuildable Dripping Atomiser)

The RDA has no tank to hold the e-juice, but it drips directly down onto the wick/coils. You have to build your own deck but one point to remember is that – the larger your coil, the more flavour you’ll get. After you coil is built, you need to wick and there are many different techniques you can follow.

RDA,s are the best for vapour production, will give you denser vape clouds and you can use multiple flavours in one session without having to switch out a tank. Once built, RDA,s are super easy to use but take a bit of knowledge to get them put together.

Squonking

Instead of having to manually drip the juice onto your coil, squonking allows you to have a small reservoir or tank within the mod itself, where you actually push or press to have juice released through the coil. Due to its ease of use it’s fast becoming the more popular choice of tank.


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