Vape kits’ allure to the modern consumer is the fact that it’s customisable with different types of builds for a more unique and personal vaping experience. For first-timers, however, it can be challenging to decide on which parts and products they need to purchase, especially on the matter of knowing just how much e-liquid they need to purchase.
How much is too much?
Vape mods and accessories are easily available in the market, given the many retail and online stores selling products aplenty. If you’re just starting out though, getting a vape kit is often a cheaper investment. But how do you know when to purchase replacement components or additional bottles of e-liquid?
In this article, we will share with you two variables that you need to consider in buying the right amount of e-liquid for your vaping needs.
1. Your vaping frequency
People who are still getting the hang of vaping tend to vape more in the beginning. This is particularly true for those using vaping to ease out of their smoking habits. For a regular smoker who smokes one pack a day, the breaks in between sessions are 45 minutes on average. Each cigarette stick usually allows for 12-16 drags. Vapers can vape once every 15 minutes and each session often only involves 3-4 drags.
If you’re still starting to get used to vaping and were previously a smoker, you may think that you have to match the same number of sessions to enjoy the effects of vaping. However, this isn’t true. Vaping keeps your nicotine levels more consistent compared to smoking without waiting for a nicotine crash that happens after a longer period of delay.
2. Your vape device
When pod kits and other cloud intensive tanks were introduced into the market, these devices allowed people to consume 1-3 mL of e-liquid per day. However, with the increased capacity of vape kits that can generate larger clouds and greater taste, customers have been known to use up 4-10 mL of e-liquid per day.
Many vapers who make use of sub-ohm vaping kits can increase the amount of juice used by their devices, leading to a faster rate of depletion of their tanks. However, beginner’s vaping kits offer a more regulated usage of e-juice for a longer-lasting tank. You should know how to match your vaping habits with your device’s capabilities.
With these two variables as your guide, you can get a clearer idea of how much you spend on e-liquid bottles on a regular basis. It will be easier to project your e-juice purchases if you’re a previous smoker. If you’re someone who smokes one pack a day, you can match your smoking habits with the number of bottles you’ll need.
A 60 mL bottle of e-liquid should last you anywhere between ten to fifteen days. This will last you to about two-thirds of the duration if you’re using a sub-ohm device. Estimating a month’s worth of vaping, you’ll need to pack around 3 to four 60 mL bottles for a month. On the other hand, you can save up on your expenses by buying 120 mL bottle sizes to account for factors such as packaging and shipping fees.
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