How Cloud Chasers Can Get The Most Vapor
What Is Sub-Ohm Vaping?
In case you’re unfamiliar, sub-ohm vaping is the most common way cloud chasers exhale massive amounts of vapor. They achieve these room-filling clouds by overworking the battery of their MOD or PV, often customizing settings to achieve maximum power.
To safely make these customizations, you must be sure that your MOD and batteries can handle low resistance coils. If your battery is pushed past it's limits, it may result in overheating and can permanently damage your device. If you're using a regulated MOD, make sure it can handle the amps. For mechanical MOD users, please use 20amp batteries or higher. Use our OHMS Law Calculator to your check your amps and be safe! If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here.
Tips for Bigger Vapor Clouds
Don’t let your knowledge of sub-ohm vaping deter you from cloud chasing. Just because there’s a serious learning curve, doesn’t mean there aren’t more appropriate alternatives. Let’s go over some tips to on how to produce massive vapor clouds.
E-Cig users can get bigger clouds with a method called ‘direct pulling.’ This is when users simultaneously inhale from the mouthpiece of their MOD or PV and breathe into their lungs, creating a large amount of vapor to exhale. We recommend using a low nicotine strength such as 0.3% or 0.6%, otherwise the throat hit may be too harsh for you.
High VG Ratio
Those who know anything about eLiquids and PG/VG ratios should understand that more vegetable glycerin (VG) means more vapor. While strong PG levels will produce strong throat hits, higher levels of VG will absorb more moisture from the air and produce much bigger vapor clouds. Users can either make their own eLiquids with high VG levels, or browse our full selection of vape juices to find the right flavor.
Low Ohm Coils
Coils with lower ohms get hotter much quicker, because they’re built with less resistance. Because of that make-up, low ohm coils burn through eLiquids faster, producing bigger clouds more quickly.