A Proper Sub-Ohm Vaping Session Is Key

A Proper Sub-Ohm Vaping Session Is Key

Posted by David Nadel on 27th Mar 2020

Today we will talk about sub-ohm vaping and some of the key aspects that go into making the most of your vaping experience. If you are a seasoned vaper and are familiar with modding, then you probably know the ins and outs of sub-ohm tanks. Even if you are a newcomer to this type of vaping method, we will share some great information to help you enjoy this elite way of vaping.

Type and Amount of E-Liquid You Want to Use

The first key point to using a sub-ohm tank is knowing the type and amount of e-liquid to use. This is because sub-ohm tanks are generally used with MODs and not regular e-cigarettes. MODs are used to create larger clouds of vapor, and with that in mind, you will be using more e-liquid each time you use your device. The liquid will last longer in a regular tank than a sub-ohm tank. This means you will be refilling your sub-ohm tank each vape session, if not more. This increases the hits by far, making the experience more intense.

Customizable Airflow

The second aspect you will need to understand to enjoy your sub-ohm vaping experience is the use of the customizable airflow. Most sub-ohm tanks have up to three adjustable airflow holes to allow vapor production to be increased or decreased. This is something to experiment with to see which setting works best for your flavor to vapor ratio preference.

E-Liquid Ratios

The final key point that we will share with you is how to understand the e-liquid ratios used for sub-ohm tanks. Because sub-ohm tanks use more liquid, this means that the nicotine concentration is smaller. Most modders use up to 6 milligrams for their mixture, meaning they don’t feel the effects of the nicotine too much. Now, you will want to use a mixture containing a higher level of Vegetable Glycerin (VG) opposed to Propylene Glycol (PG) due to the much sweeter taste, as well as its thicker properties. So, you could do something like 80/20 or 70/30 for instances. The VG is a better-suited mixture for a modder’s vaping preference due to the fact they will be using their device for more power and airflow capabilities. Sticking to a lower nicotine content and using the VG-based e-juices will yield a better vaping experience for most users out there. There are some with slightly different preferences, but most vapers out there will agree with the statement above.

Using the brief tips we shared in this article will help you to further enjoy your sub-ohm experience. We are seeing more vapers heading over to the sub-ohm side, and for good reasons. They get larger hits and clouds, as well as have more creative control to customize their MOD the way they like. Again, if you are an experienced vaper, then you already know the differences between modding and a traditional vape session. For those of you just getting into this type of vaping, we suggest trying out a sub-ohm device and using these key tips to help fully maximize your experience. Now that you have a better your understanding on how to have a proper sub-ohm vaping session, just go out there and do it.