By Entering you agree that you are of Legal Smoking Age in the area you reside in. All customers in the USA will be age verified through Veratad Technologies.
Note: If you are not legally allowed to purchase our products in your state, please do not enter this site. Thank you.

Vaping Relevant

  • Visual Vape Glossary

    Vaping Terms, Vaporizing Terminology & Glossary

    New to vaping? A veteran looking for some new (or old) terminology?
    Look no further, because you’ve found Vape Craft Inc’s Visual Vaping Dictionary!
    Here we have 150+ terms that should help you familiarize yourself with the terms and lingo that are used every day in the world of vaping.
    We’ve also added visual aids to help you better understand the term (or confuse you, we don’t know yet, this is kind of new…)
    Know a term and don’t see it on the list? Leave a comment and we’ll add it (unless it's gross or vulgar, then we’ll just appreciate it from afar)

    A Mod
    A personal vaporizer
    The on/off button on a mechmod
    A connector that allows a head with a given thread connector system to fit on to a body (battery holder) with a different connector
    You guessed it, an e-juice so good you can vape it all day long.
    ADV, all-day vape
    Advanced Personal Vaporizer
    Also referred to as mods (or modified e-cigs), these units are larger, have replaceable batteries, and can either be mechanical, variable voltage, or variable wattage.
    Association of American E-liquid Manufacturing Standards
    E-juice vapor is best described as an aerosol, because it's made up of micro droplets
    Adjusts your air-to-ejuice ratio
    AFC-Air Flow Control
    Allen Key/Wrench
    A tool used to open mods or tighten screws in atomizers
    The term for cigarettes used by vapers
    Anhydrous Glycerin
    Glycerine with no measurable water content.
    Glycerine with significant water content
    Aqueous Glycerin
    Ass Juice
    The opposite of an ADV (All Day Vape), garbage e-juice
    (Atty) - The key in producing the vapor that you inhale. It’s a core with metal wire wrapped around it and when the battery is activated, the atomizer vaporizes the juice that’s on the wick, producing vapor.
    A special style of electronic cigarette(ecig)/vaporizer battery that when the user draws (inhales) on the mouthpiece, a sensor within the atomizer is activated by changing air pressure.
    A common safety feature found on personal vaporizers that only allows the discharge of a battery for a set period of time.
    Automatic Shutoff
    It provides power to the heating element that turns the e juice into vapor
    Auto batteries normally have a time limit on their operation cycle, to prevent pocket operation (Thermal Runaway) and burnout.
    Battery Cutoff
    A term used for the wadding or filler in the cartridges used in the old 3-piece mini ecig systems
    Bottom Coil Clearomiser
    Bottom Dual Coil Clearomiser
    A bonut is a stainless pipe screen, rolled it into a thin tube about 2mm thick, then bent, forming it into a ring (more of a horseshoe shape really). A pipescreen is an 18mm diameter circular piece of stainless steel woven threaded mesh
    Brick and Mortar (B&M)
    A physical store where you can buy vaping related products.
    Box Mods
    box mods
    A group of vapers that prefer boxmods
    The process of leaving an e-liquid open to the air so that any alcohol can evaporate off. Can mellow some flavors.
    The wire mesh arch that is positioned above the heater coil in a regular atomiser
    Slang for big tobacco companies.
    Slang for a traditional cigarette/cigar
    Short for Bottom Vertical Coils
    Any chemical, compound, or substance thought to cause cancer.
    The silicone plastic endcap placed over the ends of a new carto before sale to stop leakage and keep the product fresh.
    Carto Condom
    Cartomizer (Clearo)
    A combined atomizer and cartridge that contains both the heating element and the liquid reservoir
    A plastic or covered metal mouthpiece that is usually stuffed with some sort of absorbent filler material that holds e-juice.
    Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives Association
    Battery charger that replenishes a discharged ecig battery
    Crown llOriginal Uwell Crown 2 Sub-ohm Tank Atomizer Clearomizer Crown llOriginal Uwell Crown 2 Sub-ohm Tank Atomizer Clearomizer
    The central air channel up through a clearo or tank
    A wide-bore driptip used for high-volume deep inhales of vapor for cloud-chasing
    cigalike cig-alike
    Cigalike, Cig-Alike
    Resembles a tobacco cigarette
    A device that provides benefits without drawbacks
    Clean Nicotine Delivery System
    Clearomizer, Clearo
    A transparent version of a cartomizer, designed to let users know how much e liquid they have left.
    Vapers who try to blow the largest vape clouds possible
    The vapor that is exhaled when using electronic cigarettes is referred to as clouds.
    It wraps around the wick/cotton to take the juice on the wick, vaporize it, and produce vapor for you to inhale.
    Coil Jig
    A device that makes rebuilding your own coils much easier
    Very many, ranging from the size, how many, the material, and the way it's braided.
    Coil Types
    coil types
    Coil Winder
    Coil Winder
    A tool used to wrap perfect coils every time
    A new threading being implemented by some companies to better secure their atomizers to the batteries.
    Cone Threads
    This is the threaded piece that allows you to screw into an atomizer/cartomizer/clearomizer.
    The replaceable cartridge in a tank system that contains the atomizer and wick
    Tanks that use plastic window material are subject to cracking and leakage due to attack from citric acid and other components in e-liquid.
    Dual Coil Cartomizer
    Removing the bridge (and wick) from an atomizer
    Diacetyl is a flavoring that can cause Bronchiolitis obliterans (otherwise known as Popcorn Lung) if inhaled in large concentrations. Most ejuice manufacturerers don't use it anymore
    Direct-to-Lung inhale
    Direct Inhale
    Direct-Connect Mechmod, D/C Mod
    A mechmod type that has no 510 connector at the top. The male 510 connector is screwed down into the device until it contacts the battery.
    E-cigs meant to be used then disposed of
    Term used when you make your own e-juice
    When double the amount of flavoring is used
    Drip On-Demand (DOD)
    An add on that lets you "drip" e-juice directly on your coils/cotton
    A removable mouthpiece used to block spit back of juice or adjust/add airflow
    Drip Tip
    Vaping by adding a few drops of e liquid directly into the atomizer
    Returns leaking/excess e-juice back into the atomizer
    Dry Burn/Hit
    Firing your mod with no cotton/e-juice on your coils. used to make sure your burn is even and/or to clean your coils
    An EV/PV that looks like a cigar
    An EV/PV that looks like a cigarette
    cigalike cig-alike
    Also known as "refill liquid", this is the liquid you vape
    An EV/PV that looks like a pipe
    An old term to describe vaping
    Electronic Cigarette Forum the most popular vaping based forum
    The first mid-size e-cig, invented by Janty & originally made by Joyetech
    A group formed in early 2009 made up of suppliers and manufacturers who combined resources to keep e-cigs a legal option in the USA.
    Electronic Cigarette Association (ECA)
    Electronic (electric) Vaporizer
    Filler / Filler Material
    Absorbent material used to regulate e-juice flow to the atomizer
    When too much e-juice has been added
    Flooded Cartomizer/Atomizer
    Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
    The Food and Drug Administration is a federal agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, one of the United States federal executive departments. The FDA recently changed their stance on vaping, and pushed back the deeming regulation deadlines to 2022!
    A community with lots of information on whatever topic the forum is about
    As the technical aspects of vaping grew, every large influx resulted in a new "generation" of vape products
    FDA acronym used to ensure people that the product that they are using is safe.
    GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe)
    What happens when too much juice has been added
    Han Lik
    The inventor of the modern e-cigarette
    Placing e-juice in a warm place to increase the steeping time
    Heat steeping
    Designed to dissipate heat by allowing more airflow over more surface area
    The higher the Ohm rating, the higher the resistance
    High Resistance (HR)
    Hot Spot
    Spots on the atomizer coil that cause more heat than others
    A topper and battery holder designed to fit together as a single unit
    ICR / IMR
    Lithium Ion Cobalt/Lithium Ion Manganese rechargable batteries
    Mouth-to-Lung inhaling
    Indirect Inhale
    A unit of measurement in the SI system. It is equal to the energy of passing an electric current of one ampere through a resistance of one ohm for one second.
    Iron-Chromium-Aluminium alloy
    Iron-Chromium-Aluminium alloy wire used for vaping
    Kanthal Wire
    Organic Japanese cotton
    Lithium is a chemical element with symbol Li and atomic number 3. It is a soft, silvery-white alkali metal.">
    Lizard Juice
    American e-juice company based in Florida.
    Milliamps (1/1000 of an Amp) *Also see mAh
    Large coil in size
    Macro Coil
    Milliamp Hours
    Usually refers to the strength on nicotine in an e-juice
    mg Strength
    One dekagram of table salt contains about 1 milligram of iodine.. One dekagram of table salt contains about 1 milligram of iodine..
    Milligrams (Abbreviated as mg)
    1/1000th of a gram
    The amount of liquid in a container
    Milliliters (mL)
    Mouth to lung hit
    Inhale vapor into your mouth before breathing it into your lungs
    Nichrome Wire
    Wire made of nickel, chromium, and (often) iron. Used in vaping, but considered low quality
    Low resistance pure nickle wire
    Nicotine (Nic)
    An alkaloid found in tobacco and other plants of the nightshade family (eggplant).
    Nickel metal hydride, a type of battery
    Nicotine Replacement Therapy
    Ohm (Ω)
    Measurement of electrical resistance
    Batteries linked in parallel increase their overall mAh, increasing battery life, but not voltage
    When a device can plug directly into a port for power and vape without worrying about battery life
    Pass-Through, PT
    Propylene glycol, a main ingredient of e-juice
    Pure Grain Alcohol
    Puff / Drag / Hit
    Inhaling vapor
    E juice you've had for a questionable amount of time, e-juice is good for usually about a year. Also could mean e juice that you probably shouldn't vape for moral or ethical reasons.
    Questionable Ejuice
    Rebuildable atomizer
    Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
    Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer
    Another name for a PV
    Rebuildable tank atomizer
    Smoke Free Alternatives Trade Association
    Wick building material with a high melting point
    Stainless Steel
    Material used for wire building
    The basic unit of resistance is the ohm (Ω)
    Standard Resistance
    Starter Kit
    Usually everything you need to start vaping
    "Ageing" e-juice so that the flavors blend and taste better
    Stopping Point / Cutoff Point / Cutoff
    A point at which a PV will stop firing
    Thermal Runaway
    When heat leads to a failure that causes more heat... a destructive cycle
    The sensation caused by nicotine as it's inhaled against the throat.
    Throat Hit
    Titanium is a chemical element (Metal) with symbol Ti and an atomic number of 22
    Protects the ends or "tops" of your lithium batteries
    Toppin’ Off
    Filling your tank or dripper to the top, like topping off a drink
    A mod that supplies raw power to an atomizer from the battery with no circuitry, power adjustments or safety features
    Vape Vomit
    Exhaling vapor with a pained look on your face, sometimes just for fun, sometimes because you got ahold of some ass juice.
    When you take the first hit off of new cotton, in a new tank, on your favorite mod, the juice is good, and everything just aligns perfectly.
    Blake Vapes, or any obnoxious vaper. You know the type, chucking clouds while in line, blowing vapor in kids faces, vaping in no-smoking sections... yeah, you get it.
    Someone who vapes
    What you exhale when you vape
    When you vape one flavor for too long and your taste buds get used to it
    Vaper’s Tongue
    Variable Power (VP), Variable Voltage/VV, Variable Wattage (VW)
    Any mod/PV that lets you change the power settings in some way, be it voltage, wattage, amperage, ect...
    Vegetable Glycerin
    Vaping while you poop
    A strip of porous material that absorbs and funnels ejuice, silica being the most popular
    Installing a wick into an atomizer
    Creator of the Yocan Evolve Plus, their focus is on lifestyle vape pens, atomizers, ect...
    An ejuice subscription box
    Zero/No Nic
    Ejuice with no nicotine added
    18mm x 35mm Lithium Battery
    Most Popular Li-Ion Battery For PV's
    Cell size used in large-format APVs
    2-piece model has a battery and cartomizer
    The 3-piece model was the original type of mini (cigalike), and consisted of a battery, atomizer and cartridge
    A 510 threaded atomizer with low resistance.
    401, 402, and 403
    Also known as m401, m402, and m403. Specific lengths for a specific atomizer
    Most popular and common style of threading for electronic cigarettes available
    An atomizer that resembles a larger version of the 510
    Another style of electronic cigarette
    Female Threaded Atomizer, Not Compatible With 510

    So… there you have it, we hope this glossary of vape terms helped you in some way, shape, or form. And remember, if you think there’s a term we missed, let us know, and we’ll slap it up there with vooping, vape-vomit, vapehole, ass-juice… you know, all those other great, important terms… We hope you've enjoyed Vape Craft Inc's Visual Vaping Dictionary.

  • Which MOD Type: Regulated or Unregulated?

    Which MOD Type Regulated or Unregulated

    When you’re deciding on your MOD setup, it’s easy to get bogged down in the terminology. From battery power and digital display option to variable voltage, customization options, and anything else you can imagine, the knowledge you must gain when researching is huge. One of the terms you’ll probably come across a lot is that of regulated and unregulated MODs.

    To understand the benefits and differences between regulated and unregulated MODs, we first have to understand exactly what each of these terms actually means. A regulated MOD is any MOD setup that includes a circuit board specifically set up to regulate current. With this internal circuitry, the MOD is able to keep newer vapers from overloading or overheating the battery. Lots of these regulated MODs also include a built in voltage and ohm reader, to ensure that new MOD builders are getting the correct ohm readings from their coils.

    On the other hand, unregulated MODs don't have this internal circuitry. To create a circuit, unregulated MODs have a cap that must be pressed to allow current to flow. Though this may seem very basic, not having the internal circuitry means there is no safety mechanism to keep you from overheating your battery. There’s also no safety from atomizers shorting, meaning unregulated MODs are more dangerous for the uninitiated. This doesn’t mean unregulated MODs are worse, though! Regulated and unregulated MODs both have upsides specific to them.

    Regulated MODs are significantly better choices for newer vapers, as there are more safety checks for potentially dangerous electrical currents. Since current and voltage is regulated, the battery life on regulated MODs is usually significantly longer. Because voltage is regulated, there's no chance of pulling with an extremely high voltage that could potentially drain the battery quickly. Furthermore, regulated MODs usually come equipped with a digital display that is extremely useful for noting voltage, wattage, battery charge, and ohms.

    Unregulated MODs do not come equipped with all this fancy machinery. They make up for this lack of so-called modern technology with unparalleled power. With no voltage restrictions, unregulated MODs are able to increase voltage and wattage output significantly. More-so, the unregulated varieties of MODs are able to utilize lower ohm coil use, since they can use significantly more power than regulated MODs could. These MODs are also far more customizable, since the wiring inside does not all have to run through an internal circuit board.

    In essence, choosing the right MOD for you comes down to your experience level and how comfortable you are with vaping with high levels of electricity. Making the right choice is essential, as choosing an unregulated MOD without the proper level of vaping experience could result in some critical mishaps occurring. If you’re a seasoned vaper who is ready to take that next step into the extremely powerful and complex world of unregulated Modding, then go for it. However, if you’re a more relaxed experienced vaper who doesn’t particularly want to be on alert during vaping sessions or if you’re a new modder, then a regulated MOD is definitely what you should aim for. Either way, MODs are the most powerful devices on the market today. Your vaping experience will be changed forever once you make your decision.

  • The Vaping Selfie Has Come Alive

    The Vaping Selfie Has Come Alive

    The new generation of vapers have picked up on a new trend, and that trend shows no signs of slowing down. Vaping selfies, pictures in which vapers do anything from show off their tricks or customized vapes to post inspirational vaping messages, are taking over the Internet. Why are vaping selfies becoming so popular? Keeping reading on to find out.

    To understand why vaping selfies are becoming more and more common, it’s best to first understand what the meaning behind these selfies really is. It turns out that these pictures aren’t just for showing off, and there's a usually a deeper connection lying inside the snapshot.

    One of the more common meanings in these vaping selfies is an inspirational message conveying the fact that the picture taker is in the process of or has already overcome traditional cigarette smoking. By posting a somewhat showy photo, the poster intends to catch the eye of whomever scrolls past. Usually captioned with a heartfelt wall of text, stating how long he or she has stopped smoking and how much better he or she feels, these vaping selfies about overcoming cigarettes are sending an overwhelmingly positive message about vaping and health.

    Another slightly more showboating message lies in the cloud pictures. People who post these absolute love to show off their massive clouds of vapor, and love the attention these pictures get. You’ll see just how much people like these pictures if you click on any of the related hashtags, like #clouds or #cloudchasing. These pictures, while not as inspirational, are certainly just as eye-catching. By making some non-vapers stop and look at the pictures, these cloud chasers are bringing extra awareness to the hobby and potentially to the sport. Of course, the most prominent of all the vaping selfies is the type that shows off your setup. These pictures are sure to gather the attention of friends and family, especially if the kit looks futuristic and shiny.

    These selfies are becoming more popular due to the sheer amount of social media presence the pictures generate. Everyone likes to see the number of hearts, re-blogs, re-tweets, and Likes climbing quickly, and sharing vaping selfies is one of the quickest ways to do that - especially if your friend group also vapes. Though the reasoning behind the pictures may seem shallow, vaping selfies at heart represent a new generation, a generation that does not consider vaping a freakish hobby. It represents a group of people who truly believe in what they do, and that what they do should be shared with the world.

  • E-Liquids - Cool and Dark Places To Store Them

    E-Liquids - Cool and Dark Places To Store Them

    If you want to keep your e-liquids for a long period of time, simply keeping them out in the open won’t work. The liquids will lose their flavor over time and become bland, and you’ll have to spend the money to buy new flavors. However, you can keep that from happening by storing your e-liquids in cool and dark places. Why would this work? To understand the reasoning behind storing e-liquids in cool, dark places we should first look at how e-liquids are made and how their flavors are kept in the liquid.

    Flavors are made of the molecules that create flavors. Different flavor molecules are different sizes and weights, which means they act differently under the same circumstances. Larger and heavier molecules are not volatile, meaning they won't escape the bottle upon opening to the air. On the flip side, the lighter and smaller molecules of certain flavors will easily escape when the bottle is opened. Tendency to escape in gas form is known as volatility. What types of flavors have the different properties? The most common ones that show tendencies of large and non-volatile molecules are vanilla and caramel based flavors. These flavors will not lose flavor over time even if opened quite a bit. Fruity flavors and sweet flavors will tend to be more volatile.

    Molecule volatility is effected by certain environmental conditions. The two primary conditions that change how molecules act are light and heat. Exposure to light will excite molecules, making them significantly more volatile. This also applies to heat - think of water over heat. The boiling reaction that occurs is due to the heat exciting the water molecules. Though you probably aren’t boiling your e-liquids (we certainly hope you aren’t), even small modulations in heat can create changes in volatility. Therefore, exposing frequently opened e-liquids to light and heat is probably a bad idea if you want to retain flavors. Keeping those e-liquids in cool and dark spaces when you aren’t using them will help the flavors stay calm and settled in the bottle.

    However, one cool and dark place that you shouldn't keep them is the one place you probably thought of when this article started. The refrigerator is one of the worse places you can store an e-liquid. Though keeping e-liquids in the fridge for short periods of time is fine, long-term storage will cause flavors to disappear over time. Flavor molecules, as well as sometimes being volatile, have a tendency to bond to each other over time. This process is called 're-crystallization', and will cause all of the flavor to fall out of the liquid and into the crystals. When e-liquids are stored in the fridge, this process is significantly more likely to happen. Furthermore, condensation may occur inside the bottles when they are in the fridge. By taking a bottle with liquid in it from room temperature and placing it into the fridge, there is a much higher chance that condensation will form both inside and outside the bottle. Condensation will both water down the liquid and promote the growth of potentially harmful bacteria.

    Storing your e-liquid in a cold and dark space is a great idea if you want to keep it for a long period of time. Don’t forget that you shouldn’t keep it in the fridge, and you will be golden to keep that e-liquid tasty and fresh for months on end!

  • A Classic Vaping Battle: PG vs. VG

    A Classic Vaping Battle PG vs. VG

    Propylene glycol. Vegetable glycerin. As a vaper, you’ve probably heard these words tossed around a million times. But do you really understand what they are and what they mean for you? We’re here to shed some light on the specifics of propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, the differences between them, and how they work in e-liquids around the globe.

    Propylene glycol - or its more technical name, propane-1,2-diol - is a liquid alcohol that’s used as a solvent for too many products to count. Propylene glycol, or PG for short, is created through a process of fermentation of yeast and other carbohydrates. You may have heard frightening statements such as, “propylene glycol is used in antifreeze, and therefore isn’t safe for consumption”, but that’s not true whatsoever. While propylene glycol is used as a solvent in antifreeze, it’s also used as a storage agent for foods, plastics, and other industries that deal with consumption or health. In vaping, PG is used as a solvent to store e-liquids while retaining flavor for long periods of time.

    Vegetable glycerin, also known as VG, is a more natural liquid solvent. Produced from extracts of plant oils such as palm, soy, or coconut, vegetable glycerin is used heavily in the food industry as a solvent to deliver sweetness and moisture to various products. Other products like lotions and shampoos use the naturally occurring compound as a humectant - something that attracts moisture to whatever it is applied to. In vaping, vegetable glycerin is also used to store e-liquids. However, it’s usually used in flavors that require more sweetness or flavors that should produce more vapor.

    So what’s the difference between VG and PG, and why do you hear so many arguments about the two chemicals? Well, it comes down to a few key factors. The major factors that vapers argue about in relation to the ingredients used are all related to each other in multiple ways. Propylene glycol is used extensively in flavors that are substitutes for nicotine, as it provides a more “realistic” throat hit, according to traditional smokers who have transitioned to vaping. Propylene glycol also carries synthetic flavorings in a more true manner than vegetable glycerin, not changing the tastes over time as vegetable glycerin might. Vegetable glycerin tends to give a smoother and less realistic throat hit. As previously mentioned, it is significantly sweeter, meaning that flavors suspended in VG are more likely to be on the sweeter side. However, it produces significantly thicker and robust vapor, so it’s perfect for the cloud chasers out there.

    Now, propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin were previously used as single suspension liquids for e-juices. In more recent years, however, VG and PG have been used in conjunction in various e-liquids. Ratios of VG to PG are something you will probably hear vapers talking about pretty regularly, as e-liquids will offer huge ranges of ratios to satisfy the urges of many vapers. Bringing it back to the differences in VG and PG will help clear up why some vapers want certain ratios of the two in their e-liquids. Having VG and PG in e-liquids will compliment and bring out certain tastes in the flavors. Simultaneously, the hit will be both smooth and robust, and each pull will produce more vapor that is easily obtained than from a liquid that only contains one of the two compounds. Usually, an 80-20 ratio of one to the other will be used. This ratio signifies that either the vaper is looking for a strong throat hit with original flavors and a tiny bit of added sweetness (i.e. an 80-20 PG to VG ratio), or a huge cloud with a much sweeter flavor and a smoother throat hit (an 80-20 VG to PG ratio). Some vapers will even look for a 50-50 ratio, to get the best of both worlds.

    Now that you know what VG and PG are, you can be a more educated vaper. Vapers will always discuss their preferences for vegetable glycerin or propylene glycol in their e-liquids. While you should take their advice, experiment for yourself. Neither chemical is harmful to you, and only you can figure out what ratio is perfect for your vaping sensibilities.

  • Top 3 Summertime E-Juices From Vape Craft, Inc.

    Top 3 Summertime EJuices From Vape Craft Inc

    Summertime can be the best time of your life, and for sure many of your favorite memories come from those carefree summer months of years past. With the beautiful memories come the tastes and smells of those humid summer nights and those sunny poolside afternoons. The Here at Vape Craft, Inc., we've spent countless hours recreating the classic tastes of those memories.

    Summertime E-Juice #3: Pie Face
    Pie Face is the summation of a refreshing summer dessert, wrapped up in a neat e-juice bottle. Freshly baked apple pie is mixed with hints of light whipped cream in a perfect vaper’s rendition of your dad’s favorite sugary treat. By searching extensively for the molecules that give apple pie its unique taste and recreating them in liquid form, Vape Craft worked hard to recreate this signature sweet. They have certainly succeeded in giving an excellent vapor taste that is perfect for those late summer night porch vaping sessions.

    Summertime E-Juice #2: Orange Creamsicle
    When you were a kid, you probably went to the pool to cool off under the blazing summer sun. Maybe you went to the local park to run and play through the sprinklers, if you didn’t have access to a pool. Regardless of how you cooled off, you probably ran home to grab a sweet and refreshing frozen treat afterwards. And what better ice cold sweet could you have chosen than an orange creamsicle?  A brilliant combination of cool cream and signature orange flavor show exactly how perfect Vape Craft, Inc.’s Orange Creamsicle E-Juice is for refreshing summer vape sessions. This e-juice flavor completely captures the essence of those hot summer days.

    Summertime E-Juice #1: Strawberry Lemonade
    Every street had one - a rickety, homemade wooden stand barely held together with parts scavenged from the garage. A sign hanging from the top with the words “Lemonade - 50 cents!” scribbled on, and kids eagerly waiting with pitchers of liquid for cars to come by. Every once in a while you would head down to the little lemonade stand, and probably grab either normal lemonade or the even more refreshing strawberry lemonade. That strawberry lemonade flavor is exactly what Vape Craft strove to create with their impeccable Strawberry Lemonade e-juice flavor. Each pull from a vape with this e-liquid will give you flashbacks to those great summer days, with the scents and taste of real strawberry lemonade in your nose and mouth.

    Don’t miss out on our signature e-juices, perfect for summer vaping sessions. Indulge in those happy memories and relive the tastes and smells of your past with the delectable Strawberry Lemonade, Orange Creamsicle, and Pie Face e-juice flavors today.

  • 3 Unique Methods For Determining Your Exact E-Liquid Level

    3 Unique Methods For Determining Your Exact E-Liquid Level

    When you’re new to vaping, getting the right e-liquid level is one of the biggest hurdles you will face. Because vaping's not all that similar to regular smoking, and because nicotine is mentioned in concentration, learning what you need is a constant battle—especially at the start. Here, we’ll give you 3 methods to help you determine exactly what e-liquid level you should choose.

    Unique Method #1: Body Size Base
    The first method in store is one that's related to your body size. Nicotine levels are static, but body sizes range from extremely tiny (i.e under 120 pounds) to huge (think football linebacker, 300 pounds and six feet of pure muscle). Because of the range in body size, a light concentration of 6 mg nicotine could effect a smaller person more dramatically than it would a large person. Therefore, it'd be wise to weigh yourself and take a quick look at your height and body type. The larger and more dense you are, the more likely you’ll want a higher nicotine concentration in your e-liquid. Conversely, the tinier you are, the more likely you're to want a lower level in your e-juice.

    Unique Method #2: Past Smokers Unite
    We all know that smokers love their nicotine. Lots of smokers switch to vaping to either stop the smoking habit or to simply make it healthier. Therefore, those who have smoked before will have a higher tolerance to the nicotine levels in the e-liquid. If you’re a past smoker, you’re probably going to want to start with a higher level than a non-smoker would. Regardless of past vaping experience, you should know that if you've been a regular smoker, you'll prefer a higher e-liquid level.

    Unique Method #3: Device Check
    The last method depends on you taking a careful look at your device. The device you use will be a factor in determining what level of e-liquid you use. For instance, an e-cigarette can be used for both low and high levels, as both smokers (who prefer high levels) and entry-level vapers (who generally prefer lower levels) enjoy using this type of device. Vaporizers and vape pens generally trend higher, with users mostly using regular or high levels due to the decent pulling power of them. However, if you're using a MOD, it'd be wise to not use a high level. Since MODs are meant to create huge clouds of vapor, the amount of e-liquid used per pull is off the charts. Because of this, vapers get far more nicotine into their systems than with other devices. Therefore, modders will generally stick with lower e-liquid levels in order to compensate for how much they're using.

    These three unique checks and methods will ensure that you pick the correct e-liquid level. In doing so, you’ll be sure to make your vaping experience as pleasant and customized as possible.

1-7 of 15

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3