- June 04, 2020
How Long Will Your Vape Last
So, one of the questions that we get asked frequently looks a little like this.
“How long will my vape last?”
In all fairness, it’s a reasonable question. For a lot of people, knowing how long their devices will last is vital for making sure that they budget correctly or simply have the right parts ordered at the right time. We actively attempt to give people the information they need on this topic, but it’s not as simple as that.
On average, your device will last you a couple of weeks. But the different parts that make up your device, that’s a different story.
How Long Do Vape Coils Last?
Let’s take a look at all of the components that make up a vape device, starting with the coil. Now, the coil is a core part of your device, but because it comes in a selection of different variants, we’ll need to generalise to give you an answer.
On average, a well-designed coil that sees moderate use will last you 4-7 days. If you don’t smoke so much during the day because of your employment, that lifespan will be a little longer. If you smoke all the time, then understandably it will be a little bit shorter. There’s no real time limit on these - they have a finite lifespan which is tied to how much you use the device.
How Long Do Vape Batteries Last?
- March 25, 2020
E liquids are, obviously, the main thing that you should be smoking in your vape, but that doesn't stop people from wondering what else can be put in their vape. Here we answer a couple of frequently asked questions around what you can put in your vape.
Can You Put Water in a Vape?
So it’s pretty standard for people to do some very strange things with their devices, and some people choose to smoke water. A lot of people ask whether this is safe, whether there will be any residual damage to their devices when they do it, so let’s take a look at whether it is a good idea, or something you should just not do.
To answer the question, yes, yes you can smoke water, but why would you want to do that? All you’ll be doing is smoking really hot steam. That’s not particularly sensible. It can be quite dangerous, with scalding being potentially quite a considerable issue, and your device can make some pretty worrying sounds like it’s about to explode, so it’s not recommended. By all means, you can, but it’s really not something which is typically done, and instead could you set you up to injuring yourself.
Can You Vape Tobacco?
So, one of the questions which we do tend to get from experienced smokers is whether they can use their tobacco in their new electronic cigarettes. It makes sense to stick with what you know, but the reality is a little bit different.
If you are referring to the actual tobacco leaves or flakes that you put into cigarettes, no, you can’t smoke them. All you’d be doing is clogging up your device, which will then cause problems later on, so you can’t do that. What you can do is get a lot of different liquids which closely mirror the taste and feel of tobacco, so you have, in essence, the electronic cigarette variation. It’s a good idea for people who are just t