Who Are E-Cigs For?
It's difficult to pick the right e-cig with so many types and brands on the market. It seems that all we see in the media these days are negative stories related to vaping. With the FDA categorizing e-cigs in 2016 as tobacco products. They restricted advertising, stopping vaping companies from voicing their message. Both Facebook and Google followed suit by banning E-Cig adverts.
We're in agreement that adverts should not target children. Cambridge University reported adverts for candy-flavored e-cigs could encourage children into vaping. That's the last thing we want. But with these one-sided stories, it's hard to find advice about vaping and which to try!
So, if you are a smoker or ex-smoker, how do you know which type of e-cig to choose from, and which is the best e-cig starter kit? You don’t want to waste your money on an expensive vape only to realize that it’s for a more experienced vaper. The best advice that we can give, start simple. Either a cheap Cigalike e-cig or a more expensive pod type vape or vape pen. The box mod type vapes and the Squonk mods are for the more experienced vapers who want more of a vape hit. Take a look at our quick explanation of each type:
* There are two types of vaping, mouth to lung (using an atomizer/coil above 1-ohm). This is where you suck the vaper in your mouth then into your lungs. The second is direct lung inhales (with atomizers below 1-ohm, known as sub-ohm vaping). This is where you take the vape directly to your lungs. All Cigalikes and pods mainly support mouth to lung vaping where vape pens and box mods offer both styles.
FAQs New Vapers Generally Ask
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Do Your Own Homework!
The number 1 rule in finding the best e-cig is to do your research. Everyone has a different opinion on which they believe is the best.
That's no different within the vaping community. Remember, not everyone smoked the same brand of cigarettes, and that's similar to e-cigs.
With that in mind, here are some other great external resources you can use to help: