What’s the Deal with Variable Voltage E-Cigs?

Whether you’re new to vaping or tried nearly every flavor imaginable, you may find yourself bored with what your small starter kit can produce. If you’re looking for a much better and more personal experience, a variable voltage E-cig might be just what you need. A personal vaporizer like the ones from Joytech or Kanger can help you control the intensity and amount of flavor you get with each hit and create a vaping experience catered to only you.

As you experiment with the various settings, you may find that some flavors taste better on a higher wattage and you may even rediscover your favorite flavors by cranking the wattage down low. A variable voltage E-cig operates on a standard 3.7 volt battery, but also includes a circuit booster which regulates the battery’s power. It then transfers this extra boost to the atomizer or cartomizer at your preferred voltage.

Most e-juices have a PG/VG ratio, which is the ratio of the two primary base ingredients in the liquid: Propylene glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG). As far as vape experience goes, the more PG the better the flavor and higher VG content means more vapor. The popular “Cereal Killa” flavor from 9 South Vapes has a 10/90 PG/VG ratio, which means you’ll get “killa” clouds from this liquid whereas their “Supernova” liquid has a 40/60 PG/VG ratio which will up the intensity of the flavor.

It is possible to be allergic to either of these substances; If think you’re experiencing an allergic reaction, be sure to check in with your doctor.
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