Maybe you have been an vaporizer cigarette smoker for quite some time and understand the term throat hit and why it is so important. Perhaps, you are new to this vaping experience and don’t really understand what a throat hit is. It sounds kinda painful, huh?
No worries, it is not painful and it is the feeling of satisfaction that many people receive in the back of their throats and lungs when they inhale nicotine.
Below are some awesome tips on how to achieve the most satisfying throat hit possible.
- First important piece of information to remember is that vaporizer cigarettes are totally different from traditional analog cigarettes. With the traditional cigarette, quick hits are good. With e-cigs, we take our time to enjoy! An average of a 3 to 6 second drag is best.
- Don’t be in a rush to exhale. Savor every moment!
- Make certain you have chosen the best e-liquid mixture for you. With over 30,000 combination choices offered by vapor Fi, it can take some tweaking to find the best mix for you. Tobacco flavored may be more suitable for you if you have been a long term traditional smoker.
- Find the right amount of nicotine for you. If you have never been a traditional smoker, 36mgs is probably going to be way too much for you. When you have too much nicotine, you will not receive a satisfying throat hit!
- Check the liquid level in your cartomizer. You need plenty of liquid to create enough vapor for a good throat hit.
These are several suggestions that we hope will help make you an even happier vaper.
For more detailed information regarding throat hit, read this article on our learning center.
And continue browsing our blog and knowledge center for more information regarding various issues pertaining to e-cigs. We believe once you try our product, you will be sold on the whole vaporizer cigarette experience!
Gianna Del Monte is the Brand Manager at VaporFi. She has been in the vaping industry since June 2015 and has extensive experience in successfully managing and marketing a variety of new vapor product launches. Originally from New Jersey, Gianna has lived in the Miami area for the last 5 years.