FAQ

Vaping short for vaporizing means to use an e-cigerette which has a battery and a tank/RDA to heat liquid into vapor.

Research has shown vaping to be 95% less harmful than cigarettes. Though there are still concerns.

E-liquids that do contain nicotine can still be harmful. Nicotine can cause disease. You can help prevent this by using liquid within nicotine or low nicotine liquid.

Vaping devices are legal. There are some restrictions on where you can vaporize at.Many places ban cigarette smoking and e-cigarettes indoors.

You pick your nicotine percentage out when you buy your e-liquid, or you can choose no nicotine at all.

Starter kits will range from $20-$110 and it costs around $10-$15 for a 15 ml of e-liquid.

If you have an RDA(Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer) then you will apply liquid to or “drip” your cotton every couple of hits.

What is an atomizer?

The atomizer is the part in your tank/RDA that has a coil and wicking agent. The wick soaks the e-liquid, and the coil heats this wick, turning the liquid into vapor.

This is the name of the mouthpiece that you inhale through.

RTA stands for rebuildable tank atomizer. It is a device that allows you to build your own coils kind of like an RDA, but it has a full tank attached to it.

A Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer.

Stainless steel organic cotton coil.

18650 describe the size of the battery, with a diameter of 1.8mm and a height of 65mm.

There are thousands of flavors to choose from.

A lower power battery will heat the coil less than a high power battery, which means less vapor and less taste.

It is not currently illegal to vape on planes.