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Unregulated (Mod Device)
The regulation of a mod device refers to the present flow from the battery to the coil in a vaporiser.
Typically, experienced vapers are better suited for unregulated mods as they can be dangerous if the user doesn’t know how to use them. The unregulated mod requires the user to press the button for every puff rather than pressing the button one time to fire up the device.
Clicking the button completes the circuit and heats the coil to create the vapour, but pressing the button for a long time can cause the battery to overheat or create a shortage in the atomiser.
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Vegetable Glycerine (VG)
Vegetable Glycerine (VG) is a liquid that creates big vape clouds when vaping. Because the liquid has a thick consistency it can build up in your atomiser if you have a smaller vaporiser, as it struggles to absorb the VG liquid. Users can have allergies to propylene glycol (PG) and are recommended to use the maximum VG mix.
This term means that a user loses the ability to taste the vape juice, and most vapers will experience this from time to time. It is usually temporary and tends to only last a couple of days. There are ways you can help speed up the process so your taste buds return.
Vape bands are a stretchy silicone ring that goes over your vape to protect your glass tank. Although they tend to be used for protection, they can also be seen as a fashion accessory.