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FAQs


1.What is an atomizer?

An atomizer is the heating element in an electronic cigarette. It’s used to change liquids into vapor. It has tiny filaments similar to the filament in a light bulb. When activated the filament heats up and any liquid in the chamber is changed into vapor. This vapor can then be inhaled and exhaled like the smoke in a traditional cigarette.

2.How long does an atomizer last?

Like a light bulb, the filament in the atomizer will eventually fail. The life of an atomizer depends on how much it is used. On average, an atomizer will last for a few weeks to a couple months. If a person is a heavy vaper, the life cycle will be shorter. For light vapors, it may last longer. With proper care any atomizer can last a long time. If you're going to switch to electronic cigarettes, you have to budget buying new atomizers to replace your expired atomizers.

3.What is the difference between the Low Resistance and Normal Atomizers?

The difference between the normal and Low Resistance atomizers is the temperature. The LR atomizers reach a hotter temp a lot faster than the normal atomizers and it results in more vapor and throat hit, but the flavor is not as clean. The LR atomizers also use more power so they require more frequent charging, but it is not a big difference. Our LR atomizers have proven to be just as durable as the normal atomizers as well.

4.Why am I getting a burnt taste?

If you only get the burnt taste every once in a while or at the beginning it may be due to a dry atomizer. When this happens inhale on the device without pressing the button for a few times ( it brings fresh liquid into the atomizer without burning it ), afterwards use as one normally would once by pressing the button when inhaling( this clears the excess liquid from the atomizer ) , then repeat these steps a few times ( repeating helps to clear out the burnt residue ). If this fails then it may need to be cleaned or replaced. See our cleaning instructions in the below category.