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The sensation a vaper experiences when the vapour hits the back of their throat. This is most desired by smokers/ex-smokers trying to quit as it simulates a cigarette best.
Triggers are things that make a smoker/ex-smoker crave a cigarette. Triggers generally fall into four categories:
Emotional triggers are when a change in emotions causes you to crave a cigarette. E.g. feeling bored, lonely or stressed.
Pattern triggers are habitual causes, e.g. driving, finishing a meal, drinking coffee, etc.
Social triggers are caused events. E.g. going to a party, concert, seeing someone smoke, etc.
Withdrawal triggers are caused by cravings when smelling a cigarette, handling cigarettes, needing to do something with your hands or mouth, etc.
The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) sets out the rules for the sale and manufacture of e-cigarettes and e-liquids in the EU. It came into effect in May 2016. Any product must be fully compliant with TPD regulations before it is placed on the EU market.
The vape tank is the part of your device that holds the e-liquid and creates the vapour production.
Tube mods are a step-up in terms of power and cloud output from smaller, slimmer e-cigarettes and vape pens. Tube mods have greater battery capacity as well as voltage output and can match more advanced box mods in terms of customisation. Tube mods also pair with larger e-juice tanks thanks to their wide builds.
When vaping there are numerous tricks you can do when exhaling the smoke. For example O’s. Tricks are more commonly desired by lifestyle vapours. In order to do tricks, vapers need to create bigger clouds. To achieve this, they will be best off using a box mod, increasing the airflow and vaping a higher amount of VG.