After thinking it over and realizing this is something for you, you have made the investment of purchasing a vapor cigarette. Just like anything you buy, proper care and some TLC will most likely mean a longer lasting and more efficient product.
You are enjoying the relaxing and social experience of e-smoking with your friends and the last thing you want to happen is for it to quit on you! First, it is vital to understand the "job" of each part of your e-cigarette and why they are important to take care of!
The battery, whether manual or automatic, is the power source that will keep your vapor cigarette working.
The cartridge is the holding tank for nicotine-infused liquid, which is available from SouthBeach in many awesome flavors including cherry, peach and tobacco mint!
The atomizer is the part of the vapor cigarette that has the heating element inside of it that turns the contents of the cartridge into a vapor.
A cartomizer is a cartridge and atomizer combined. It is basically a cartridge with a disposable heating element inside. Cartomizers are becoming increasingly common, and come standard on all SouthBeach vapor cigarettes.
Also, this glossary from SFATA (Smoke Free Alternatives Trade Association) is a great resource for better understanding common vapor cigarette terms.
Below are some suggestions on how to keep various parts of your vapor cigarette in tip top shape and to truly get the most from your product.
So, whatever you do, take care of your product. If you at least practice one of these suggestions, it is better than not doing any of them at all. You will be glad you did when you don't have to quickly shell out more of your hard earned cash for another one.
South Beach desires for you to truly enjoy a quality vapor cigarette. Check out all of our many options (auto vs. manual battery; starter kit vs. disposable unit; cherry vs. tobacco flavoring; light nicotine strength vs. heavy) and choose the right option for you!
To learn more about vapor cigarettes and e-smoking, we invite you to continue browsing our blog and learning resources. And if you have any questions, please feel free to connect with us anytime through email, Facebook, Twitter or Google+.
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