The Confusion in Vaping
I have been vaping for sometime now, but still remember purchasing my first kit. I looked at different styles, checked governmental data on the effects of vaping, searched out many resources about different devices and juices, and even went to the county fair to check out the vaping booths from local vapor distributors. After all this, my head was spinning. As such, purchased a kit that was alright, it could have been worse. But I was disappointed and annoyed at my purchase. So time goes on and one of my very dear friends have introduced my to Ecig Advanced’s website. I must say at first, I was put off by the idea of the website. Mainly because of my not so good experience with purchasing vapor products in the past, I was at the point of giving up on vaping as an alternative to cigarettes. So a few months went by and my friend started collecting different ecig mods and juices, and kept pushing me to try them. And I started getting hooked on vaping. Now, not to say I have quit traditional cigarettes, but I am more by more changing over to my vapor product. So finally, my friend pushed me to get on the website and I have been addicted to the website, as it is probably hands down the most comprehensive website on vaporizers I have come across. Now, I know enough about vaporizers from my research a few years ago, but I have learned so much more in just one week. I even found things to make my current vaporizer work for me. Below, I am going to give some helpful tips that I have learned since my friend and then I joined Ecig Advanced. All new ecig users should read my four tips to make their vaping experience be a great experience.
1.) Not all ecigs are created equally. I loved my 510L when I first bought it from a company call FirstVapor. I thought it was so much cooler and even better of a hit than those cheap-o ones you can get at the local liquor stores. My friend, however, got her first kit from ecig and she seemed to have a better vaping experience than I was having. Then she started getting in to the mods. Got herself an eGo Twist and a Kanger T2, and has been basically having me try every new juice she buys. And I have got to say, I have never had a hit on any ecig actually feel like I was smoking an actual cigarette than when she got her twist and Kanger T2. Point is, not all ecigs are made equally.
2.) Not all juices work for all devices. One of the impressive things about ecigs is the flavor selections available to ecig users. Problem is, not all devices work with all juices. For example, I bought a ton of flavors from FirstVapor when I purchased my ecig. And most, if not all most all of the juices I purchased I couldn’t stand vaping. They just tasted so nasty, I would rather throw up. So time goes on, and my friend gets her ecig, completely different style than mine, and tries my juices in her device. She starts raving about how she loves my juices. So I try her ecig with my juices in it and flavors I hated before on my ecig, tasted great on hers.
3.) Language is language, don’t run from it. One of the biggest issues I have seen with ecigs is all the language. And the terminology is challenging and intimidating to new users. I still have so many issues with being able to understand some of the newer terms coming out for different mods than I feel my head is about to explode. Don’t shy away from the language, most vapers will help to explain what they are if you need them.
4.) Connect with other Vapers. This is important because any new Vaper will find it is very help full to have other Vapers to alleviate the issues of 1-3 above. If you haven’t done so already, join groups like ECig Advanced, because the wealth of knowledge and ability to connect with people who have more knowledge than you will help you in the process. Example, I recently found out I can get a nano clearomizer for my 510 that is similar to the Kanger T2 tanks. I am waiting to be able to purchase mine to see if I can fall in love again with my 510L device as much as I am in love with my friends ecig device. Start a vaping group in your local area. There are Vapers all over the place, and if you can connect with a group of fellow Vapers, they can give you support, help, and even a place to trade. My friend and I are starting to connect with people in the local area whom are into Vaping. So far, we have been able to find people in our area who loves to trade juices they don’t care for yet we like. We tend to trade regularly, every time we get a new juice that we don’t like. It’s a perfect way to find juices you don’t have that you like without paying for new juices.
Point being, Connect Connect Connect. I wish I would have learned this before purchasing my first ecig.