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The Art of Dripping While Sub-Ohm Vaping

The Art of Dripping While Sub-Ohm Vaping

 

If you’re familiar with sub-ohm vaping, then the rate at which your vape juice gets used up while doing it might also be just as familiar to you. Similarly, there are times when you end up with a massive cloud and throat hit that goes beyond what you would have wanted - if you don’t get things just right it could mean more coughing than enjoyment. Dripping should give you a strong hit as well, so if you’re into cloud-chasing, then it is something that you will have to figure out.

 

Now, learning the best way to drip takes a bit of patience and practice to figure out, but it will be all worthwhile in the end. There are a lot of nuances to how this works in relation to sub-ohm vaping, and it would suffice to say that achieving the perfect balance is an art in its own self. 

Chances are that if you’re getting into sub-ohming, you’ve already got some experience with vaping and thus, will be familiar with the basics. In a MOD (which is the device most commonly associated with this vape style), electrical resistance is measured in ohms- low resistance and wattage will give you a strong throat hit. Sub-ohming refers to using a lower resistance than 1 ohm - this is displayed as a number next to Ω.

 

For instance, something like .4Ω would be sub-ohming. If you value massive clouds and a strong throat hit, you pretty much have to turn to this to achieve them because an atomizer of more than 1Ω probably won’t give you the same dense cloud.

Dripping refers to dripping the e-liquid directly over the atomizer coil rather than keeping it in the tank and letting it travel via the wick. One effect of this is that you get a powerful throat hit and bigger clouds, but another thing about it is that you can switch between flavors whenever you want. So, if you have more than one favorite flavor, it’s a great way to enjoy vaping.

 

Be mindful of two things. Dripping does result in higher coil temperatures, which of course means voluminous clouds but can also entail more chemicals in the vape juice being vaporized. The vapor itself will be hotter and it could affect the taste of your draws.

 

When it comes to creating massive clouds, the amount of attention can sometimes be drawn in if you’re vaping in a public place. This means if you want to be discreet, then sub-ohm dripping won’t be the best option for you.

Combining dripping with sub-ohming is an effective way to get huge fog production, so it is a good idea if you want to see just how big your clouds can get. On the flip side of that, you mist make sure your throat can handle the clouds.

 

As you can see, vaping has numerous variables behind the experience you choose, and the whole thing is so subjective to individual preference that you ultimately must figure out what suits you the best. Learning your own vape style will probably come only through trial and error, and ultimately crafting your own artform can sometimes be the way to go.

 

 

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