In the past couple videos we’ve talked about e-liquids so today we’re going to talk about tanks. If you’d like rewind to the e-liquid videos first, there’s a link right HERE
Standard tanks produce a moderate amount of vapor and have smaller atomizers than sub-ohm tanks. A simple way to break it down is that standard tanks have an atomizer resistance of oh 1 Ohm or above. For example 1.6 Ohm or 1.8 Ohm.
Some people need higher nicotine e-liquids with standard tanks since the vapor production is less than sub-ohm tanks. Standard tanks also work best with thinner e-liquids with a higher PG ratio.
These tanks get the job done and they aren’t necessarily inferior to sub-ohm tanks.
Sub-ohm tanks are commonly referred to as cloud chasing tanks because they produce a massive amount of vapor compared to standard tanks. These use larger atomizers that burn hotter. Basically, atomizers less than 1 ohm are considered sub-ohm. For example 0.5 Ohm or 0.3 Ohm.
We recommend using e-liquid with lower nicotine strengths, although you won’t necessarily be consuming less nicotine due to the increased amount of vapor. We also recommend using thicker VG e-liquids with sub-ohm tanks for better flavor and vapor production.
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