You’ve been vaping some time now I suppose, or maybe you’re just interested in LR atomizers? Whatever the case may be, it’s all personal preference to be quite honest. There is no right way or wrong way and there is no this atomizer or that atomizer. You choose what best suits your personal needs. With that being said, you must know I can’t tell you if you need to make the switch, but if you have already made up your mind or just want to try the LR atomizer out, I can definitely fill you in on what to expect.
LR atomizers for short or Low Resistance Atomizers have a lower resistance than standard atomizers. This means that they run hotter and create more vapor than standard atomizers. The drawback to LR atomizer is that they drain the battery quicker and tend to have a shorter lifespan. They are meant for use with regular 3.7V batteries. We do not recommend using them with a high voltage (6V-7.4V) setup; this will shorten the lifespan of the LR atomizer significantly.
Now let me fill you in on my personal experiences with the LR Atomizers. I’ve noticed when using my LR atty that I use more liquid at a quicker rate, which is quite normal because of the LR running hotter. I have also noticed that I create a lot more vapor and when I say a lot, I mean it! As for the taste, it didn’t change at all. I have a 510 LR atomizer and these are my experiences personally. Your experience may differ from mine, as with different models have different effects. If anything, I urge everyone to try out there LR atty just for the experience.