Vaping Guide: How To Vape – Best Vape Mod

The Vaping Guide How To To Vape

Recommended  Vapor Products

Let us start off by saying, we completely understand the struggles you may be facing as you’re taking on this new vaping journey.  There are even some of you that have found your way to this guide that have been vaping quite some time.  With so many products available on the vaping marketplace, it can become frustrating and confusing on what to purchase.  Deciphering between reviewers opinions on every product is troublesome and that’s what we want to avoid with these recommendations.  With that being said, these recommendations are going to be organized for you so that you can make a quick and easy choice between a selection we’re going to present to you.  However, we’re also going to give our input on what we feel will be the best product and best priced product, so be sure to look to the side of the product to see what we personally recommend most out of the selection.

Starter Kits

  • VaporFi VEX 75 TC Starter Kit Bundle: GET IT HERE  *personal recommendation – its the whole package!*
  • Eleaf iStick TC 100W Kit: GET IT HERE
  • Wismec Predator 228 Kit: GET IT HERE
  • Kanger Topbox Nano TC Starter Kit: GET IT HERE
  • Innokin Coolfire IV iSub 40W Kit: GET IT HERE

Vape Mods

Vape Tanks

Rebuildable Atomizers

Vape Juice

Vape Juice is very subjective and merely relies on your personal tastes.  With that being said, there’s not a lot we can do other than recommend a company that we believe has some of the best premium vape juice flavors available.  Not everyone these days will offer a sample pack, so you’re some-what forced to go with a flavor you think you may like and hope for the best if ordering online.  The best option we can recommend is to start by clicking this link here, since this store has all the popular e-liquid at the lowest prices.  The other option is to find a shop near you and sample the flavors that they offer.  Although we support local shops, online is much cheaper.

 

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  • Vary informative and well explained. Good job, thanks.
    My search regards risk of losing the tiny (undetectable) grommet inside the reservoir that can easily be lost while cleaning out the tank. The comparison between a new tank taught me why this “noob” could’nt get my unit to work properly. Thanks for the site.
    Vight.

    • I’m glad you found some use from this guide! I doubt those little grommets are sold anywhere. If I were you, and since tanks are so cheap, just order a new one. I suggest getting an Aspire CE5 BDC. They are super cheap and work flawlessly.

      • Actually, I have found that the grommets are about the same size as the rubber bands used for braces. While they may not be easy to get a hold of if you don’t have kids, they work just as well, if not better.

    • From what I can tell, just go to E-Liquid in the main navigation, choose what you want and click “Add to cart” – If you need further help you can contact PB from the site.

  • Great guide! I just quit smoking yesterday and bought myself a vape starter kit the k101 from a local vape shop. Just wondering is there a guide on how clean and maintain your vape?

  • I have directions that came with mine got from friend what does it mean when green light keeps flashing when I push the button

  • You didn’t write anything about voltage, wattage, resistance, buildings coils, wicks, and such. I read this guide looking for answers mainly about resistance, voltage and wattage but this was no help.

    • It’s been a while since this guide has been updated. I’ll look to add that information at a later date. However, that information is available in the other categories, such as the rebuildable atomizer section, intermediate and advanced section.

  • I second that Rikki, was actually hoping to read a section about coils. I guess this guide has not been updated. Will watch out for it though.

  • Hi, I just got a Bumble Bee disposable vape containing the oil to vaporize. I’ve unpacked it and now don’t know how to work it. I tried sucking from it and some vapor did come out. Is that all there is? How long do I draw vapor from it?

    Thanks,

    Bob

    • Bob, don’t expect much vapor from a disposable e-cig. They’re great if you just want to try out what vapor feels like, but definitely not a number one choice when it comes to vapor production or flavor production. I would go to a local vapor shop and purchase something like a “Evod”, or if you don’t mind the size, an iStick.

  • wrong thos little grommets your reffering too are just O-rings you can find them at essentially any hardware store and specifically one that sells faucets. There are always repair kits around for paintball guns as well that have all of the above needed items. once you find out exactly what size you need you can even lok them up online and order them in 10 25 or even 50 packs . extremely easy to find just have to look outside the realm of your vape shop.

    • You’ll need to purchase a Clearomizer and a bottle of e-liquid. I recommend something like the SubTank Mini. You can even try something like the iSub from Innokin.

  • i purchased the haus system from a local retailer it starts off well but when I use the fruit liquids it starts to leak. I like the frutit liquids and want to get some with no nicotine. What is a good tank that will not melt or leak?

  • Rebuildable atomizer? Does that means that the other atomizer is disposable and should be changed? If so, how often should it be changed?
    More power, JM

    • When using a rebuildable atomizer, the coil must be rebuild/replaced when no longer receiving the required satisfaction. In other words, if the coil you’ve built yourself isn’t performing well, rebuild another, then rewick it. When using a Clearomizer or Sub-Ohm Tank (same thing being that clearomizer is merely the term for all such tanks), you will want to change the replacement coil head when you are no longer receiving results that you are satisfied with – which is typically between 1 week to 3 weeks.

  • Probably a really stupid question BUT I just bought a Kronos R2-50W today my first vape ever and the vape shop I bought it from the lady didn’t speak English very well anyways, what does adjusting the watts do? My goes from 7.0 to 50.0 can you give of to me in simple terms please. Thank you in advance!

    • I’m new here too and would like the same info. I just purchased the sigelei mini book 40w because I don’t know what adjusting the watts does either. I bought my husband an ipv5 200w but I figured I’d play it safe with lower wattage/less options. Haha

      • Sarah, I’ll create a post in the beginner section on this site and add it to the vaping guide page. (real quick though, adjusting the wattage increases or decreases the power delivered to the atomizer that you have on top of your device. The higher the number, the more power is applied.)

  • I’m going to give a try on vaping so i’m looking for a starter kit or a cheap tank but after checking some of your guides i’m still doubting what to choose. I only know that i want above ohm vaping because i already tried sub and didn’t like it.
    I was between these 2 but i’m almost sure they’re sub ohm vaping so i will accept opinions: eGo AIO Starter Kit / Cuboid Mini Full Kit — BR, Alan.

    • I recommend plenty of devices on this blog, and that’s because there’s just so many different products available that work great. For a full kit and for someone looking to start vaping, there are plenty of nice cheap options like the eGo AIO, but eventually you’ll probably move on and want something better, something with better battery life, something with more power, and something that truly performs above the “beginner” level. I’ll always resort to the Subox Mini Starter Kit: http://bit.ly/1XXlSs6 — In my opinion, it just makes sense to go ahead and buy something that will work great for you now and in the future as you progress in vaping. If you do by chance purchase this starter kit, go ahead and pick up the extra 1.2 ohm or 1.5 ohm coils too.

  • Hi, I used to leave in Malaysia and I bought a sigelei 150W, but I moved so I started making my own coil, I do it with kanthal wire of A-25 and I have a problem, Im not sure how many watts should I use and if the wire I´m using is the right one, when I vape I dont feel a nice taste, sometimes it burns but I have it in 25 watts that it isn´t too much , Im not sure which is the problem, I hope you could help me please,

    Thank you,

    Camila

  • I am a beginner who found this guide too late! I’ve spent a good deal of $ that i could’ve used towards the right equipment! Oh well, i do enjoy vaping. I smoked for 22 years. I started vaping 2 weeks ago. I had 1 analog cig today….and hated it! My kids are proudvof me! That is an AMAZING feeling. This guide is super detailed and extremely helpful!!

  • Omgoodness this was so helpful and very informative! Thank you sooooo very much!I from a very small town that only has two small shops and neither of them seem to have employees that are willing to explain or even have the knowledge to explain. Your article answered all the questions I’ve had!Thanks again! 😊

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