5 Common Questions New Vapers Hear
If you just started vaping, chances are you have some questions, and when people see you vaping, they will have some questions too. But that’s to be expected since vaping is still a relatively new technology and there are a lot of people that don’t know what vaping is or how it works.
Here are five common questions a beginning vaper may hear:
1. Do e-cigarettes really fight nicotine cravings?
The simple answer is yes. Just like regular cigarettes, e-cigarettes can also contain nicotine. The difference is with e-cigarettes you can adjust the level of nicotine you want to inhale. Nicotine-free e-liquid is also available.
2. How do e-cigarettes work?
The science behind how e-cigarettes work is simple. E-cigarettes convert liquid nicotine into vapor using a battery-powered atomizer. The atomizer contains the heating coil and wick. This is used to heat the e-liquid to a temperature where it turns to vapor and can be inhaled by the user.
3. What is a vaping artist?
Some vapors take vaping to a whole new level by turning it into a sport. These vapers are known as vaping artists. They turn their vape clouds into distinctive shapes. See the world’s best vaping artists here.
4. What do I need to get started?
If you’re just getting started with e-cigarettes, our G6 Starter Kits are the perfect solution. They offer a familiar form that functions at an elite level. Starter kits include at least one atomizer and battery. That’s all you’ll need to get started.
5. What is an e-liquid made of?
E-liquids are comprised of four ingredients: propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), liquid nicotine and flavoring. PG is known for its stronger flavor and throat hit, while VG produces more vapor. High VG e-liquids are popular to cloud-chasing fanatics – like vaping artists – since they form bigger vapor.
If you’ve encountered someone that’s curious about vaping, refer them to this page for a brief overview.
New to vaping? What questions do you have? Let us know in the comments below and let’s start a conversation!
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