Vape kits is where it all begins! Choosing the right vaping device can be difficult, especially if you have no idea what the differences are. It is important to understand the basics before you purchase a device. So, what are the main differences between the devices? Read below to find out more.
MTL stands for mouth-to-lung. These types of devices are the most popular when it comes to new users looking to quit smoking. This is because they have a very similar inhale experience. As the name would suggest, you inhale into your mouth, and then take a second inhale down to your lungs before exhaling. MTL kits are best used with thinner e-liquid.
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Sub-ohm kits are a lot more powerful, producing larger clouds of vapour. These kind of devices often require you to inhale in a different way. Normally you will need to inhale directly down into your lungs. Kind of like breathing through a big straw. Sub-ohm kits are best used with thicker (high VG) e-liquid.
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Pod kits are essentially MTL devices, although there are a few which can produce larger clouds of vapour like sub-ohm kits. The main difference with pod kits is that they do not have tanks. They use pods which are refillable just like any other device. These pods typically come with coils built-in, however, there are a few where you would need to change the coil yourself. Pod kits are popular for their small design and ease of use. Perfect with nicotine salts.
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