There are tons of electronic cigarette mods for vapers who are looking to take things to the next level.
We will be reviewing all kinds of mods. There are tons of mods out there and so we’ll be covering the ones we are aware of. If you know of a mod we haven’t covered, leave a comment and we’ll review it!
One of the first e-cig mods people get into re upgraded eGo-type batteries. Some of the top ones are the Halo Triton, Vaporzone products, the Volcano and the Joyetech eGo. These are substantially bigger than standard sized e-cigs, and this is typically obvious in vapor production and battery life.
So far as battery life goes, typical e cig batteries last anywhere from 1-6 hours, depending on the size, amount you vape etc. The eGo style batteries will last anywhere from say 10-12 hours, to a number of days at a time.
Take this, and add a tank, rather than a cartridge, and you can go all day without needing to do anything like change the cartridge or battery, which is pretty sweet when you’re at an all day event.
Variable Voltage Batteries
Not only are there upgraded batteries for a longer life, but you can get them with variable voltage, such as the eGo Twist. This allows you to fine tune vapor production.
VaporZone is coming out with a sweet looking line up of modded batteries that we are very excited to be reviewing.
Next on many people’s list of mods are e-cig tank systems. There are mini tanks, such as V2’s EX Max’s, and then bigger tanks like the Triton and Volcano.
Tanks are typically clear, and often have measuring lines on them, which can be pretty cool for a vaping connoisseur who’s mixing e-juice.
This may not fall into the mod category for some vaping veterenans, but it is worth mentioning that you can use different types of e-liquid, in any set up you have.
E-liquid comes in all types of flavors, nicotine levels, and then there are bvariations in PG/VG (propylene Glycol/Vegetable Glycerin – higher PG = bigger throat hit).
All standard cartridges and cartomizers have e-juice in them.
Atomizers are the same size as a cartridge (where tanks are typically much bigger), and are real easy to refill. You use just a couple drops in an atomizer, and may notice a difference in the vapor, maybe a little more and a slightly different hit than you get through a cartridge.
An atomizer is a bit like a raw hit, like an unfiltered cigarette.