For this article it's all about different tanks and the coils that work best within them. There are hundreds of different types of vape tanks and tank variations that are available at our vape shop and these fall into one of the two categories, which I have listed below and will go into more detail about them.
Broadly speaking vape tanks or clearomizers fall into three categories, mouth to lung (MTL), sub-ohm and Rebuildables (RDAs, RTAs). With Tobacco Products Directive (TPD Compliance) 2016, vape tanks are limited to a maximum size of 2ml.
For those switching from tobacco to vaping we recommend MTL tanks such as the One Kit vape tank as these vape tanks mimic the inhaling action of smoking. Therefore, you are more likely to switch to vaping and quit smoking all together with these types of tanks. Sub-ohm vape tanks are better for those who have quit smoking and are vaping for flavour or vapour. Rebuildable tanks allow you to customise your vaping experience with rebuildable coils and wires.
Mouth to Lung Tanks are recommended for mods or vape kits that power up to 15W (watts), and with a coil resistance of 1.0 Ohm and above
Sub Ohm Tanks are recommended for mods or vape kits above 20W (watts) of power, and their coils are below 1.0ohm.
Rebuildable tanks (RDA, RTA & RDTA) are recommended for those who would like to build their own coil (resistance) for better flavour and cloud production
This article will answer some of your most pressing questions around types of tanks and help you choose whether starting or upgrading your vape kit to a sub-ohm vaping kit is the right move for you. Here at UK ECIG STORE, we focus on serving customers who vape in the UK and the rest of the world, as a matter of fact, so we feel it's our duty to say, switching to vaping is one of the best moves you can do, for a couple of reasons.
Tobacco Cigarettes or traditional cigarettes are not only incredibly bad for your health, but once you read up on the 4000 plus hazardous, harmful chemicals in the smoke you inhale, you'll agree too!
With that being said, I know it's repetitive but we all know that these products are intended for the use of people kicking a habit and are not intended for the use of anyone under the age of 18, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding etc. Now that's out of the way, let's focus on the matter at hand.
One thing you should note from the beginning is that the ratio between VG (Vegetable Glycerine) and PG (Propylene Glycol) in your vape e-liquid will affect your chosen tank's performance. you can find out more about this by reading the Beginners Guide to Sub-Ohm Vaping article.