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Would you like to buy a clearomizer?
Are you looking for a tank for your vape because it's broken or simply doesn't provide enough vapor? No problem, we have plenty of options when it comes to different types of clearomizers! There are a few important things to consider before purchasing a new tank, as the inhalation method can vary significantly, thus affecting the vapor production. Therefore, it's essential to ensure that you choose the right tank for your needs. Let's explain the differences in an easy-to-understand manner.
Various types of clearomizers
There are essentially four different types of atomizers, each with its own inhalation method and vapor production. Additionally, there are also rebuildable tank atomizers (RTAs) and regular tanks that work with pre-made coils. If you're interested in buying a clearomizer, take a look at this overview:
Standard Clearomizer: This type of tank, often included in starter kits, provides a mouth-to-lung inhalation experience similar to traditional cigarettes.
Sub-Ohm Clearomizer: A sub-ohm tank that produces an abundant amount of vapor, comparable to a water pipe, and is commonly used for direct lung inhalation.
RDA: Rebuildable Dripper Atomizer (RDA) is a type of atomizer that requires manually building coils and doesn't come with pre-made coils.
RTA: Rebuildable Tank Atomizer (RTA) also requires building coils and using cotton, offering a customizable vaping experience.
Now that you know the different types of atomizers, let's explain each of them in more detail!
Purchasing a Standard Clearomizer (Mouth to Lung)
A standard clearomizer, commonly found in starter kits, provides an inhalation experience similar to traditional smoking, where you first draw the vapor into your mouth and then into your lungs. If you're looking for a standard tank, this type is suitable for you!
Purchasing a Sub-Ohm Clearomizer (Direct Lung)
As mentioned earlier, sub-ohm clearomizers are powerful tanks that produce large amounts of vapor. They can be compared to water pipes, as you inhale the vapor directly into your lungs, resulting in a dense and flavorful vapor production.
An RDA is not technically a clearomizer since it lacks a reservoir for e-liquid. Instead, you directly drip the e-liquid onto the cotton wick, ensuring it remains saturated after a few puffs. Unlike other tanks, RDAs don't come with pre-made coils, so you have the freedom to build and customize your coils. It's important to note that building coils requires expertise. RDAs are available in both Direct Lung and Mouth to Lung variations.
An RTA is a rebuildable tank atomizer where you manually create coils using wire and cotton, as they are not available pre-made. The significant advantage is that you can achieve a personalized vaping experience with optimal flavor and vapor production. However, be prepared for some trial and error initially. RTAs are available in both Mouth to Lung and Direct Lung variations.