How do you get those bellows of thick clouds and warm, tasty vapor?
Most vapers want that rich vaping experience, but either can't navigate all there is, don't know where to start, or don't know what they are missing. And trust me, you don't know what you're missing. A lot of the confusion centers around the atomizer. We have provided a lot of information in the past about which resistance is best with which voltage, but more and more devices have emerged which require or can utilize a sub ohm atomizer (aka: an atomizer that provides resistance below 1 ohm). If you are however, not content settling for a basic set up and want those thick, sweet clouds, you're going to want to try out the latest and greatest available and I can give you some tips to do so.
Midwest Vapor sells many tanks which come ready to operate a pre-made sub ohm coil, so the use of RBAs and RTAs are not required any longer.
These type of user built set ups were once required in order to get the vapor produced by sub ohm atomizers. In addition to a vented tank which can carry a sub ohm atomizer, you'll need to be using a battery that can pump out at least 30 Watts. I do want to be clear that you should know how to use your device and use sub ohm coils with a battery which can support it. Misuse can cause harm to the device and to you.
Make sure vaping a more powerful sub ohm set up is right for you. It is best for experienced and long time vapers.
Sub ohm vaping creates extra heat and warm vapor, this means the taste of warm vapor should work for you. I also want to mention that if you do want to get into buildable atomizers you should do TONS of research and consult with the gurus in the industry. It is totally easy to use a tank that supports sub ohm coils, they are just like basic set ups, so buildables are not necessary, but some people swear by it. It takes a lot of knowledge and practice and cause lots of problems and damage if you don't know what you're doing. So you want to know what to try out. We have a few starter kits that are ready to pump a sub ohm coil and come with two - three coils so you can find which type and resistance is best. The KangerTech SubVOD and TopEVOD kits are convenient blisterpacks that are slim and easy to use. The Council of Vapor's Mini Volt Kit is small and powerful providing a long battery life and higher volt settings. All of these and many more options are available at Midwest Va por. If you're still not sure and have more questions, post them below or stop in and chat with our vaping gurus.