Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Best Devices for PG E-Liquid Versus VG E-Liquid

When it comes to vaping, there are a lot of factors that go into making sure you get the best experience possible. One of the most common questions is what vaping setup works best with PG e-liquid and what vaping setup works best with VG e-liquid. We're going to answer this question so you can be sure you're getting the most out of your vaping setup.

Devices That Work Best With High PG E-Liquid
If your tank or e-cig is designed to give you mouth-to-lung vaping, you want to use a high-PG e-liquid to get the most out of your kit. These devices use coils with higher ohms, typically above 1.0 ohms, i.e. 1.2, 1.5 & 1.8 ohms. This setup is one of the most used and well-known in the vaping world. These tanks and e-cigs encourage vapers to use mouth-to-lung vaping and work better with a more restricted airflow.
Here are some examples of devices that work well with a higher PG vape juice:

These kits use less heat and require less energy than sub-ohm vaping products. This is why they work so well with high PG e-liquid, because this e-liquid has a thinner consistency. This means it can keep your wick saturated, and this works to deliver a full-flavor, consistent hit with every use.

If you prefer mouth-to-lung vaping and smaller clouds of vapor that dissipate faster, then high PG liquid is for you. If you’re using one of these kits and your e-juice has too much VG in it and is too thick, you run the risk of overheating your device. This can lead to damaged parts as your device will have to work overtime to turn your e-liquid into vapor, and you're more prone to get dry hits.

Devices That Work Best With High VG E-Liquid
If you prefer larger clouds and vaping direct to lung, then you’ll want to use e-cigs and tanks with sub-ohm coils that are typically 0.5 ohms and lower. These devices were specifically designed to work with the thicker High VG e-liquid . These kits demand more heat and require more power to vape the thicker e-liquid. This is why these devices are typically much larger, as they need to hold larger tanks and larger batteries. However, there are some, such as the SubVod Package, which allow you to take advantage of sub-ohm vaping within a pen style device.

Here are some examples of your standard sub-ohm vaping device created for higher VG liquid:
These more advanced devices come with coils under one ohm and adjustable wattage, airflow and voltage. All of these features allow the vapers to get a straight-to-lung vaping technique.

For sub-ohm vaping, high VG e-liquid is required for your device to perform at its optimal level. Vaping the thicker high VG liquid requires lower ohms and a lot more power to vaporize the e-liquid and produce the bigger clouds. Because sub-ohm tanks need to heat faster and hotter, they come with wider e-liquid holes to allow the thicker e-liquid to reach the coils quickly. This is another reason thinner liquid does not work in these devices. You will typically use more e-liquid with this type of vaping, even with its thicker consistency. However, for many vapers, the experience is worth it.

Bottom Line
If you vape with a mouth-to-lung device, use higher PG e-liquid to get the most out of your vaping experience. If you vape with a direct-to-lung device, use higher VG e-liquid to get the most out of your vaping experience. Many tanks are able to work great with both types of liquid by simply changing the type of coil you’re using. By paying attention and selecting the correct consistency of e-liquid for your device type, you have a better chance of getting a more consistent and enjoyable vaping experience.

If you would like more info on PG and VG based e-liquids, read up on our last blog.

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