Like anything, vaping attracts both those with a casual interest, often as a means to quit smoking, as well as keen hobbyists. For the former, there are plenty of starter kits and easy to use vaping gadgets but the latter need much more than a simple kit to satisfy their interest.
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It’s the age-old debate, right? The IKEA self-assemble flat pack arrives and you react in one of two ways. Mother of god, what have you sent me (and how do I turn 40,000 nuts and bolts into a coffee table)? Then again, for every DIY-hater, there’s a lover backing them up.
Sub Ohming is the final frontier for many vapers. If you started out with a simple to use mouth to lung vape kit, you might be wanting to step into cloud chasing territory. Bigger clouds, harder hitting flavour and lower nicotine levels sound good? Sub Ohm vaping might be for you. If it all seems a bit daunting and you don’t know where to start, seeing as we’re a friendly bunch, we’ll give you the low down. We’ll explain what Sub-Ohm vaping is, how to do it, why to do it and then some.