Do you really know what is an e-cig or vaping?
By GB Blog Official 2016-10-08 630 0
What is an e-cig?
The electronic cigarette is also known as e-cigarette (e-cig) or personal vaporizer (PV). It is an electronic device with an attachment containing an atomizer filled with flavored liquid and powered by the battery or mod. Some of them look like the cigarettes, others are not. It can provide similar smell, but better taste and more flavor than the normal cigarettes. A vaporizer is also referred to a vape mod or a vape pen. They all basically have the same components:
1. The mod which generally holds the battery and supplies the power by clicking the power button. The cell will be a built-in battery or rechargeable lithium battery like 18650 / 26650 and so on and so forth.
They can be charged with a USB cable by connecting with a computer or a wall adapter. Or the better way: take out and charge them with the external charger.
2. The atomizer that carries the e-juice with the heating element for heating up and creating vapor that the user inhales and exhales.
3. The liquid is so called e-juice or e-liquid which is filled in the tank of the atomizer. It contains four ingredients: PG (propylene glycol) or VG base (vegetable glycerin), nicotine, flavoring, and water. PG is the base of e-juice which responsible for produce nice cloud, or you may call it vapor. While VG is the carrier which holds different flavors for different taste.
What is vaping?
What is vaping? It is can be defined as the act of inhaling e-liquid that is heated through a personal vaporizer. At no point is anything burned through the process of combustion, so the smoke, ash, tar is ever created. The term "smoking" doesn't apply because a PV doesn't produce any smoke, only vapor!
What is vaping? It is a better way for you to finally enjoy smoking e-cigs and put down those analogs.
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