Sometimes known as atomisers , Filters or just things these are the bits that heat up and create the vapour.
At Vape Corner we pride ourselves on only purchasing genuine coils from the correct manufacturer. All coils are sold as Dead on arrival when they are posted out however if they are returned to us within 48 hours will will replace them. In Store we are also happy to replace and fit coils for your device if you are not confident to do it yourself.
WHAT IS MOUTH TO LUNG (MTL ) VAPING ?
Mouth-to-lung (MtL) is essentially the same as how most people drag on a cigarette. You suck the vape into your mouth and then inhale into your throat or lungs. People that MtL aren't focussed on generating huge clouds of vapor. Instead, flavor and nicotine are key to delivering the satisfaction they crave
WHAT IS DIRECT TO LUNG (DTL) VAPING ?
Direct to lung inhale (DTL) is when you inhale the vapour directly into your lungs, without holding it in your mouth first. It’s almost like taking a deep breath of air, only while pursing your lips.
Direct to lung inhale can also be known as straight to lung inhale.
WHICH IS RIGHT FOR ME
For new vapers
Most people prefer mouth to lung inhaling when they start vaping. This is ideal for vape devices with a tighter draw, higher nicotine levels, and which deliver a better throat hit.
Some people also find it more closely resembles the way they smoked. Direct to lung can be quite intense, and new vapers may find it makes them cough.
Typically, when mouth to lung vaping, most vapers use an e-liquid with a high PG (propylene glycol) ratio. This gives a satisfactory throat hit and is also more suited for the devices used for mouth to lung vaping.
WHY BIGGER CLOUDS
Direct to lung inhaling is more suitable for people who like blowing big clouds of vapour or for those who like a more intense vaping experience.
When you direct to lung vape, you usually use an e-liquid with a higher VG (vegetable glycerin) ratio. This gives a smoother vape with more vapour, and does not hurt the throat despite the larger clouds. Typical VG:PG ratios vary, but 70:30 VG:PG and 80:20 VG:PG ratios are common.