If you use a smaller, less powerful device you will most probably need a liquid with a higher PG ratio (i.e. VG40/60PG). Most smaller devices (often looking like a pen) need a thinner, more runny liquid as small devices often have small inlets around the coil and a thick liquid cant pass through fast enough. These devices are usually used with a ‘mouth to lung’ technique. (Click here to see our high PG range)If you have a higher powered device you will probably need a high VG e-liquid (i.e.VG70/30PG). A high powered device is often quite large and has very large induction holes in the coil, to allow more juice to flow through. If your liquid is too thin these devices can leak - which is a bit of a pain. (Click here to see our high VG range)
If you are new to vaping it is important to keep it simple. There is a natural learning curve that you will go through and things that confuse you now will most probably be easy to understand soon. In the meantime keep it simple!Most new vapers would use a device that simulates smoking. In this case, a pen style vaping device and a ‘high PG’ e-liquid (i.e. VG40/60PG), would be best suited (using the mouth to lung technique). These devices are generally very simple, smaller and easy to use. Click here to learn more about ‘mouth to lung’ techniqueIf you’re after a bigger cloud, a larger device might suit. The bigger devices are generally sub ohm and use a high VG e-liquid (i.e. VG70/30PG). These devices are often much more technical and often have things like variable wattage options. Click here to learn moreabout the ‘direct inhale’ techniqueNote – All NZVAPOR devices are regulated and do not carry the risks of Mechanical Mods (which you may have seen on TV).
As would be expected, the more you vape the faster you will use your batteries. Also, the higher that you have your device set to, the faster your batteries will drain
All batteries in the NZVAPOR product line are rechargeableIf you have removable batteries always check that there are no scratches or chips in the material that wraps around the batteries. If there are any deep scratches or chips, replace the batteries immediately. If your batteries are kept in good condition they should have a life expectancy of 6-12 months
All batteries like to stay ‘topped up’ so try to avoid completely draining them every day. They will last much longer if they are charged regularly.