The Beginners Guide to Vaping

With the ever growing trend of electronic cigarettes continuing to become more and more popular around the world, many people are curious as to how they actually work and are wanting to understand the basics of this new product. While there are many answers out there for you, the lingo used in electronic cigarette speak and the vast number of articles available to you can easily become a little daunting and confusing. To break it down in terms that everyone will understand, check out our beginner’s guide to electronic cigarettes – where all your questions are answered.

Talk the Talk

If you’ve ever read an article or blog post about electronic cigarettes, you may be a little lost in the lingo. Before you can understand the basics about e-cigs, you need to first understand a few of the most commonly used terms. For instance, a Vaper is someone who uses electronic cigarettes and they often refer to traditional tobacco cigarettes as Analogue. The most common type of e-cig uses a Cartomiser, which is the combined version of an Atomiser (the part that turns the e-liquid into vapor) and a Cartridge (the disposable part of your e-cig that contains the e-liquid and atomiser). Another good term to know, and my personal favourite, is Vaping, which is the action of using an electronic cigarette – this cool name is derived from the fact the e-cigs produce vapor, with no smoke present – so you’re Vaping, rather than Smoking.

How do they Work?

When it comes down to it, how electronic cigarettes work is pretty basic stuff. While there are a few different styles of e-cigs, we’ll focus on the most popular version where the product consists of the battery and the cartomiser. The battery is the longest part of the e-cig and is the rechargeable component. The interchangeable cartomiser, which is available in various nicotine strengths and flavours, is attached to the battery for use. When the users inhales on the cartomiser everything begins to take motion, as the battery powers the atomiser to heat the e-liquid inside the cartomiser, creating the smooth and cool vapor that you can see.

Are E-cigs actually Safer than Regular Cigarettes?

There are always people who are for and against any new product on the market and electronic cigarettes are no different. When it boils down to it, however, there are a number of facts that support why electronic cigarettes are a safer alternative than regular cigarettes. I choose the word “safer” at this point, because not only are electronic cigarettes a healthier alternative, but they are indeed safer. Unlike traditional cigarettes, e-cigs do not contain hundreds of life threatening chemicals, including tobacco, which is proven cause of cancer. So, why are they safer? There is no actual flame with electronic cigarettes, as they are battery powered devices. There is no risk of burning yourself or those around you and you don’t even have to worry about burning the house down because your “cigarette” has not been put out properly.

Where can I buy Electronic Cigarettes?

Thinking about giving electronic cigarettes a go? There are a number of places where e-cigs are sold, including at markets, convenience stores and, of course, online. I would recommend purchasing your product online, from a reputable company such as BLACKHAWX, to avoid the disappointment of getting a cheap and possibly dodgy product. Find a company online that has great feedback, is a legitimate business and offers you a range of products, including both nicotine and nicotine free options, along with different flavours for you to try.

So, there you have it – our beginners guide to electronic cigarettes. Hopefully this helped to answer a few of your questions and also give you a better understanding of the ins and outs of this product. If you have any questions about your product, be sure to ask the company with whom you’re making your purchase, as they should be able to answer any final queries you may have.

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Published on: April 16, 2014

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