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Your Guide to Finding a Good Beginner Vape Pen

 

The vaping industry has come a long way and grown exponentially since the e-cigarette was invented in 2003. Since then, the market has seen so many types and styles of vape pens and kits.

With what seems like an infinite amount of choices, the amateur vaper trying to make his way into the club can seem overwhelming.

Indeed, choosing a beginner vape pen can be about as difficult as choosing what you want to eat on your delivery apps. Luckily, this guide will help you make the best decision for your first vaping experiences. 

Liquids or Concentrates?

The first step in your search is to answer this question: What are you ‘smoking’ on?

Vape pens have can use several types of substances, namely ‘e-Liquids’ and oils, legal concentrates, and dry materials, and legal herbs (emphasis on legal).

Not some can do all, but most pens/mods cannot accommodate all options so you must decide which one fits your preferences. 

But choosing the best oils and/or other materials is one of the most important decisions you can make. Look here now for more information.

The Heating Types

Vape kits rely on three methods of heating, which are also subject to the type of vape pen/mod or the substances involved.

Conduction heating is when the vape pen/mod heat source comes into direct contact with the substance. This allows the pen to be ready for you to smoke whenever and wherever you want.

However, due to its high burn rate, you can lose up to a third of your material because it is constantly heated.

With convection, the materials do not come into contact with the heat source. You don’t excessively lose your material, but because it’s not always burning you have to wait for it to warm up when you do want a puff.

The last one is induction, and it’s not as common as the rest but is arguably the best one. The material is burned in between two magnets and gives a great even burn.

Usage Life

Anything that uses a battery needs a charge, but how long the battery lives is dependent on several factors. 

Most vape pens/mods use Lithium-Ion batteries because they generally have good battery life, but you might find others like Cobalt or Manganese. Cobalt has great longevity and Manganese batteries are known for their fast charge rates.

The batteries in vape pens are either built-in or can be replaced. If it is replaceable, that’s where you can search for different kinds of batteries that fit your preference. 

Choosing the Best Beginner Vape Pen

Choosing a beginner vape pen can be a daunting task. With so much on the market and not enough experience, it can be difficult to see through the smoke.

However, using this guide you can find the one that suits you and your lifestyle, whether you’re an on-the-go busybody or a lounger who likes to savor his puff.

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