You often hear about it from veteran vapers who sport those monster mods and those complicated-looking tanks filled to the brim with juice. And all you can do is stand back in awe while they blow out massive plumes of milky-white vapor.
Like the “bouquet” of a good wine, a balanced throat hit is fundamental to a pleasant vaping experience. But don’t be so quick to lump all throat-hit sensations under just one category, because there are actually at least six distinct sources of throat-hit that you can experience.
For those of us who were killing ourselves with cigarettes, Ontario’s proposed anti-vaping laws are a slap in the face. An announcement to Canadian ex-smokers that our progress and improved health should be hidden from the public.
But the reality is that this bill hurts Canadians—vaper or not.
Whether you like it or not, battery safety is a vital part of vaping. If we don’t want our newsfeeds flooded with stories of teenagers disfigured by exploding vaporizers, we have to spread this knowledge far and wide. So give this article a read. It might just come in handy one day.
Do you like vaping sweet or fruity e-juice flavours?
Do you like sampling new flavours at a vape shop?
Do you like seeing a product, touching it, or hearing about it before purchase?
In 2 weeks, you’ll be shit out of luck. Let me explain.
Why do e-cigarette batteries explode?
It seems like we hear this question every week on the news. And the answer the media gives you—more often than not—is that vaping manufacturers are irresponsible, terrible people who deserve to be sued, bankrupted, and lynched.
Smokers-turned-vapers are bound to tell you about all the ways in which they feel better since dropping their packs. Mainstream media is bound to tell you that e-cigarettes are just as bad for you as the real thing. Where does the truth lie? Ignoring this tug of war between heartfelt personal anecdotes and sensationalistic headlines, science can offer us some objectivity.