Tips For Purchasing a Vaporizer Kit
Tips For Purchasing a Vaporizer Kit
The new trend in smoking is undoubtedly the vapouriser/juice “Kodiak” Kit. The idea behind these products is to give you the easiest and quickest way of starting to smoke indoors, without having to deal with the fuss or mess of smoking in an actual bowl. But are they worth the price? And are they actually safer to use than say an electronic cigar? In this article we’ll answer those two questions and more, in particular exploring the potential side-effects on your health when using these products.
The first thing to consider when comparing the health benefits of either the electronic cigar or the vaporiser/juice” Kodiak” Kit is the type of cigarette you’re going to get. There’s the option of getting a “real” cigarette from your local corner shop (that may not be smokeable), or a “fake” cigarette that will replicate the same feel and smell of a real cigarette, albeit without any of the harmful ingredients. You can also choose between the two types of cigarettes – in general, if you go for the “real deal” you should be aware that it will be significantly cheaper, but that it may also come with a higher risk of some seriously nasty side-effects. So, if you’re thinking of using” Kodiak” or “pre-filled” kit, make sure you’re aware of what you’re buying.
Next, there’s the question of whether or not they are safer than normal e-cigs. There are two main methods of inhalation: via the mouth (through a normal tube, or via a mouthpiece) and via the nose (through a nose plug). While the vaporisers do have some advantages over normal e-cigs, they’re still not as safe to use as many people would like to think. Firstly, because they don’t release smoke directly into the air, you don’t need to worry about second-hand smoke. So that means not only lessangering your own health, but lessening the threat to others too.
Also, as mentioned above, there are two main options available with respect to these new vaporisers. There’s the “open source” vaporisers, which as the name suggests, are manufactured and provided by amateur hobbyists for hobbyist prices. The other option available for a cheaper price is the closed source “prosumer” kits. These are essentially the same kit but are sold at much higher prices – obviously because of the quality and reliability of their manufacture. Ultimately, this means there are two different ways to buy a good e-cigarette starter kit, and you’ll need to consider your own personal needs to decide which is best.
If you’re looking for an all-in-one e-cigarette solution then the choice will be clearer. If you’re just starting out on the journey as a vaper then the two most important options are probably going to be battery powered and cartomizers/deluxe kits. Battery powered kits use batteries and can be charged by any standard wall outlet. Also, these kits will usually come with their own charger. On the other hand, atomizers are more complex and are designed to offer a more steady stream of vapor rather than the sudden surge of a battery. Usually the result is a smoother, cooler, and longer lasting cigarette.
To narrow down your choice of the best all-in-one starter kits, you need to think about what you want to use it for. If you’re just starting out on the road to being a vaper then you’re probably only going to be concerned with portability. This means that you should probably avoid the more sophisticated, top end, high spec models. The highest quality of pen style vaporizers will be the most expensive, but they also have the most advanced features and will have a long shelf life. For the most part these devices aren’t meant to go through the motions every single day.
A good vaporizer for the beginner would be a simple pen style device. There are many different kinds of starter kits available for purchase today, including a small, battery operated one for your keys, or even a tiny USB power brick for your keychain! Some of these devices will use the power of the batteries, or they will allow you to use it without using a power source. You may also want to consider how long you plan to be smoking. An electronic cigarette can last up to an hour – or even up to 8 hours, depending on how often you use it. If you’re smoking frequently then you’re better off spending a little more money on a more versatile system.
The final consideration is how large of a tank you want to use with your new kit. If you’re just getting started then you probably don’t need a huge amount of room. Also, there are some starter kits that include a built in sub-ohm coil. These will obviously require a replacement if you want to upgrade to larger coils. Most vaporizers will include their own coil so it doesn’t matter which one you get; just make sure to get one that’s a good fit for your model.