How to Create the Ultimate Vapor Clouds

How to Create the Ultimate Vapor Clouds

Let’s be realistic. What is vaping if you can’t produce a thick, enormous cloud of vapor? You don’t have to be the annoying vaper who cloud-vapes in the subway, but every once in a while, a little cloud couldn’t hurt anyone, right?

We’re going to delve into the amazing world of vapor clouds. By the time you finish reading, you will be on the road to cloud-chasing and ready to produce amazing vapor clouds yourself. Of course, we want you to let us know in the comment section if the following tips worked for you.

THE BASICS

Get The Right E-Liquids
Let’s start with the basics. Your e-cigarette may be the tool or the “body” you need to produce thick clouds, but your e-liquids are the soul. Juices richer in propylene glycol tend to provide vapers with more powerful throat hits. On the other hand, high-VG e-liquids produce more vapor and have become a staple in cloud-chasing.

Inhale Harder
There is a common misconception that more airflow is all you need to help you produce more vapor. In some cases, this is correct. The full truth, however, is that it all starts with the way you inhale, which has to follow a specific pattern.

Just inhale more. And more. And maybe a little bit more.

Be careful, though, because the first time you take a deep puff you may cough. So, we suggest that you switch to powerful inhalations gradually. Also, keep in mind that if you do not inhale fast, vapor might get hotter than is comfortable for you.

Extra tip: If producing bigger clouds is your goal, you may want to consider lowering the nicotine levels of your e-liquids, which will allow you to pull more vapor. 

Fully Charge Your Battery
We’re sure you have already noticed that when your battery is fully charged, the vapor production is significantly bigger and better.  This happens because basic e-cigarette batteries reach their standard voltage when they are full.

THE SOPHISTICATED

Viva La Resistance
One of the most important factors that affects the amount of vapor you can produce is the resistance. To give you a general idea, the weaker the resistance is, the easier it is for your coil to reach high temperatures and help you exhale huge plumes of vapor.

For those of you who’ve been reading about vaping or keeping an eye on the latest trends, you may know how resistances work since sub-ohm vaping has gotten so popular. If you need more information about that, you should definitely click here.

More Airflow
In your attempt to track down tips on powerful vapor production, you’ve probably come across an “airflow trick.” When you read about “airflow,” what the writer means is that you need more airflow across the coil, since this will enable it to carry the vaporized e-liquid away from itself and allow new juice to vaporize faster. And faster vaporizing means more vapor.

Upgrade Your Equipment
No matter how good you are, or how much you have accessorized your device, switching to a mod would definitely be a wise decision if you want to get serious about chasing clouds.

Now you’re ready to start chasing clouds. Do you have any other tips that worked for you? Let us know in the comments.

The opinions and other information contained in these blog posts and comments do not necessarily reflect the opinions or positions of Nicopure Labs, LLC, owner of the Halo and HaloCigs marks.

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