Vaping: Welcome to the Age of Dripping
When many vaping beginners hear about “dripping,” they create compelling images through their minds. However, this is a simple action to make a vaper more fulfilled in the life of vaping. Dripping is still vaping regular e-juice. But instead of filling your tank, you drip some drops of liquid directly to the bridge or coil of the atomizer. After that, you are now good to puff.
For most vapers, dripping produces more vapor with bolder, cleaner flavors. For some, it also intensifies the throat hit. If you want to vape a variety of flavors from The Vape Mall, you can consider trying dripping without purchasing switch tanks. While driving, you may be required to use a cartomizer. However, you can prefer dripping while at home. For many, they find it worth dripping for intense cloud chasing and flavoring.
Dripping is always economical, as it can be a cost-effective action when the vaper’s careful when dripping the juice onto the wick or coil. The vaper will only vape what they drip instead of losing numerous amounts whenever they change the tanks.
For most vapers, dripping increases the chances of attaining a lung hit because it allows you to inhale the vape into the lungs directly. Because it provides a stronger experience in vaping, this inhaling technique is very popular among the dripping sojourners. Most vapers prefer dripping to take a quick taste of the e-juices.
In the purest form of dripping, you’re required to just apply the e-juice directly to the wick/coil. For beginners, they may start by pulling the polythene material before hitting the firing material in the cartomizer. However, some prefer purchasing the dripping atomizer. A Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer (RDA) uses posts and decks to achieve the effect of drip. Depending on the brand, there’s a variety them to choose from out there.
When you use the RDA, the liquid falls directly to the wick or coil on the posts and decks. However, the overall dripping experience is altered by the RDA in a different way depending on the model, the individual features of the RDA, the vapers personal dripping techniques, and the RDA features. What makes dripping fun is the unlimited number of possible combinations.
Types of Atomizers used in Dripping
The RDA is one of the most common
atomizers used in dripping. In some instances, it’s called a dripper because it
doesn’t have the standard tank holding the extra e-juice. It’s also a system of
posts and decks with the capability to rebuild customized coils used by the
vaper to burn and catch the dripping e-juice. Depending on the maximum number
of coils and the model, the number of posts will vary.
RDAs can best be used with MODs.
The Rebuildable Atomizer (RBA) is similar to the RDA. However, it comes with a tank. It’s best for vaping and dripping. For users, you can still build a standard coil. Because the tank exists, you can transition from vaping to dripping within no time. It’s best for APVs.
The Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizers (RDTA) is often referred to as the automatic dripper. Because it is automatic, it comes with a feature that allows for self-dripping into the coil. This action reduces much fuss and muss in the olden dripping practices. If you press down the drip tip, you achieve dripping. Both MODs and APVs can use this atomizer.
For you to become a successful dripper, take your time and experiment with different e-juices and dripping techniques. For the lovers of the lung hit, cloud chasing, and vaping many e-juices instantly, you’ll appreciate the magic that comes from dripping.