E-cigarettes can come in many forms with many different parts. We’ll explain the types of devices to choose from and how they work.
An e-cigarette, also known as an electronic cigarette or e-cig, is a device used to inhale flavored liquid which can contain nicotine. E-cigarettes are available in various sizes and designs tailored to suit individual preferences.
Experienced vapers will know that there are a whole host of different ways to vape. However, anyone new to e-cigarettes may be unsure about the differences between Open and Closed System e-cigarettes.
A disposable e-cigarette is an e-cig that comes ready to vape and is thrown away once it runs out of charge or e-liquid. Most e-cigarettes need to be refilled, either by refilling the e-liquid in the clearomizer, or by changing the tank.
By switching to e-cigs, you can still get the satisfaction of a traditional cigarette – but you avoid the tar, odor and ash that come with it. Are you the type who needs to see hard evidence before you make a change? We feel you on that.
Sometimes you might have an issue with a blu electronic cigarette not performing as well as it normally does. We have several quick-fix tips and tricks you can try that will have you vaping in no time.
We all have our own way of vaping – some of us will prefer the cool taste of Blue Ice from their blu PLUS+™, whereas others may like to go all out with the bold taste of Gold Leaf Tobacco from their blu PRO™.
Keeping up on your battery maintenance is absolutely key to any vaping experience. Without a functional battery, your e-cigarette simply won’t work, so it’s important to understand how to use your battery properly.
Vape Mods are larger devices than e-cigarettes, and are known for their high vapor production. This kind of device takes its cue from a regular vape pen, but is enhanced (or modified, hence the ‘Mod’ name) to include certain advanced features.
A clearomizer is the part of an e-cigarette where e-liquid is stored and converted into vapor. Similar components of other e-cigarettes can be called atomizers or cartomizers, but these work in a slightly different way.