FAQ

What is Vaping?

"Vaping" is essentially to inhale a Flavoured vapor that is created by an electronic smoking device.

How is Vapor Created?

The Vapor is created when a Metal Coil inside the tank is heated up to a certain temperature making the e-liquid evaporate in to vapor allowing it to be inhaled.

Is Vaping Safe?

Short Answer = Yes

Long Answer =  From what we currently under stand all current studies point to yes... all Current Studies Show that there is no short or long term damage done by smoking But Vaping is a new thing so to speak, However we can guarantee it is very much safer than smoking cigarettes as it cuts out 99% of all the cancer causing chemicals, tar, etc etc. All our e-liquids are approved by all the health and safety regulations and are deemed safe for human consumption.

What type of Kit should i buy?

If you need to ask this question then i will assume you are new to vaping. Vapers/kits usually fall in to 3 main categories.

Starter Kits -   low power kits with coils above 1.0 ohms ( above ohm )
Sub Ohm Kits - Kits that use coils that are 0.9 ohm and above ( sub ohm )
Advanced Mechanical kits -  Advanced kits are usually Mechanical mods and Rda Tanks, these allow the user to set and build there own coils, ohm power and wattage, A great understanding of ohms law, amps and volts are needed to use these devices safely. Not suitable for beginners.

 if you are new to vaping we would advise to for any of our ABOVE OHM kits ( Starter kits ), that means any kit that uses or comes with coils that are 1.0 ohms and above. These are more suitable for beginners and people new to vaping,.
Sub ohm kits require more knowledge and understanding as they can be dangerous if used incorrectly. Essentially choose what type of style or power of battery you require check it uses, comes with or can be used with above 1.0 ohm coils ( nearly all can ) and then your only decision should be your choice of liquids ( the bigger pens and mods usually hold a lot more power and will last a lot longer before charging is required. )


What is the Difference Between "Above Ohm" & "Sub Ohm" Vaping

The quickest explanation is starter kits use lower powered coils and batterys and are more ideal for higher Mg e-liquids that are more applicable to people just giving up smoking. Sub ohm kits use coils with a much higher wattage which in turn produces a much thicker denser vaper, however with sub ohm kits we advise you do not use a e-liquid with a nicotine content higher than 6mg or the vape may seem very harsh.

Above Ohm vape kits and tanks are designed to use coils from 1.0 ohm and above. Sub Ohm Vape Kits and tanks are designed to to power coils from 0.1 and above. Essentially Sub ohm vaping is using coils and battery's that can power coils at a much lower resistance and below 1.0 ohm, for example:

Above Ohm: 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, and anything above
Sub Ohm 0.9, 0.8, 0.7, 0.6, and anything below

For Example, 1.5 Ohm coil would be fine to run at for example 10-14w ( above ohm coil )
A 0.5 Ohm coil would be fine to run at for example 30w-50w ( Sub ohm coil ) 

The LOWER the Ohm of the coil, the HIGHER The wattage it can be used at.
The Higher the Ohm of the Coil, The LOWER the wattage it can be used at​​​​​​​

What is the point of "Sub Ohm" Vaping?

Basically the lower the resistance e.g a 0.3 ohm sub ohm coil, would be much thicker in coil size compared to a 2.1 above ohm coil, the bigger the coil the more vapor is produced from the hit, so sub ohm kits are essentially for people who require a much bigger and stronger vape hit which are generally more experienced vapers or smokers.


Is there any more differences between Above Ohm & Sub Ohm Vaping?

Yes there is one main other consideration, with above Ohm ( starter kits ) you would tend to Vape them MTL "MTL" stands for "Mouth to Lung" this means you would use the vape pens in the same way you would smoke a cigarette, for example inhaling the vaper in and then further inhaling air afterwards. With Sub ohm vape kits you vape them in the same way you would usually breath in with one breath.


More FAQ coming soon....

Whats the Difference Between E-Juice & E-Liquid?


We get asked this all the time, people often think its the distinguish in quality, its not they are both the same thing and i think has mainly come from the uk/usa market, they just love to use the word "juice"

What Nicotine Strength Should i buy?

Starter Kits -
0mg - 24mg
Sub Ohm Kits - 0mg - 6mg

Heavy Smokers - 18mg-20mg-24mg
Daily smokers - 6mg-12mg-18mg
Light Smokers -  3mg-6mg
occasional  Smokers - 0mg-3mg

The Main idea being is that you would start at the highest Nicotine Mg level as you give up cigarettes and then as you progress work your way down to lower levels over the weeks as you adapt to vaping, The higher nicotine levels will satisfy your nicotine cravings much better than the lower level Mg However the higher the Nictoine levels are in the e-juice the more the flavour is distorted by the nicotine, the lower the nicotine level in the liquid the better the flavour will be.

Whats the Difference Between Mouth To Lung & Direct Lung Inhaling?

With above Ohm ( starter kits ) you would tend to Vape them MTL "MTL" stands for "Mouth to Lung" this means you would use the vape pens in the same way you would smoke a cigarette, for example inhaling the vaper in and then further inhaling air afterwards. With Sub ohm vape kits you vape them in the same way you would usually breath in with one breath.

Can i use Above Ohm Coils with Sub Ohm Batteries and Tanks?
Can i use a different Tank with a Different Mod or Battery?

Whats the difference between an E-Cig and a Vape kit?
What is A Mod?
What Wattage or Voltage Should i Use on my Kit?
What is an Ohm?