Vaping has seen a surge in popularity over the last decade. Technological changes mean that what we have today is almost unrecognizable from what was available just ten years ago. E-liquid varieties are blossoming to the point it’s difficult to keep up, while new modifications and mechanics are heralding in vaping’s much-anticipated 4th generation.
E-liquid, or vape juice as it's commonly known, is the main ingredient of the entire vaping experience. Without it, you'd just have a small contraption in your hand with no vapour coming out of it. The vape juice is what provides the act of vaping, delivering a satisfying flavour, along with the kind of throat hit that has long mimicked traditional smoking - only healthier. Let's explore it a bit more below.
We're exploring various methods to extend the life of these devices, delving into the risks associated with reviving disposable vapes, including potential damage and e-liquid leakage. Furthermore, we guide refilling and recharging disposable and offer tips to prolong their lifespan. Lastly, we address a frequently asked question about reviving dead disposable devices, highlighting the uncertainty of success and the possibility of needing a replacement.
Don’t let too much choice put you off finding the perfect vape. If you’re looking to get a new vape, whether it’s your first or one of many, you must invest in the right one. After all, randomly choosing a device might mean it's not the right fit, and you could feel like you’ve wasted your money.
If you have recently switched to vaping, you may have asked this question before: why is my vape device making popping and spitting sounds?
As it turns out, this is a relatively regular occurrence that happens to many e-cig users, but it isn't something that you should ignore.
Does this sound familiar? You try to inhale your vape, only to notice difficulty inhaling or reduced vapour production. Maybe you're looking to blow a big puff of smoke, but the device isn't cooperating.
Vaping has become increasingly popular in recent years, with more and more people choosing to vape instead of smoke. But for those who have never tried it before, the sensation and experience of vaping may seem strange and unfamiliar.
Like most electrical devices, knowing when your battery will die is essential. What’s more, understanding the components that can shorten your battery’s life is necessary if you’re going to unnecessarily save yourself from buying new vapes.
When LED lights start flashing at you unexpectedly, no matter what device, it can be easy to panic and think your device is broken. However, it’s likely that your device just isn’t working as it should be. And while, more often than not, flashing blue lights indicate the device isn’t working as it should, don’t worry.
For those new to vaping, the jargon around vaping and the names for each model and variation can be confusing. In fact, it can make it hard to know exactly which device to go for. With that in mind, we wanted to clear up a few things at RELX.