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How Do E-Cigarettes Work?

E-cigarette is a smoking device that uses e-liquid that contains an extremely tiny amount of nicotine. It also produces a smoke but thicker than tobacco cigarette.  This device is an environment-friendly counterpart of regular cigarettes. It has no unpleasant smell of burnt tar and tobacco, and it does not require a lighter or a matchstick to light it up.  So, how does this device work?

The basics

An electric cigarette doesn’t need any lighters or matches to activate them. Inside the e-cigs is a cartridge that holds the e-liquid. There is also a bridge in the atomizers wherein the e-liquid can flow through the coil. The atomizer is the one that turn liquid into vapor once the cigarette is activated.

E-cigs can be turned on in two ways. Through switching on a tiny button or by sipping and inhaling the stick. Once activated, the sipping and inhalation of the cigarette, the liquid travels into the atomizer. The atomizer has an aromatic wick responsible for giving vape flavor and scent. And once the e cig liquid pass through the atomizer, this component will then heat up the liquid to its boiling point and convert it into vapor. The vapor will then pass through the stick to your mouth, and this is where smoke comes into the scene.

E-liquid or e-juice

E-liquid or e-juice comes in a variety of flavors. There are the flavors of your favorite desserts, fruit flavors, menthol, and tobacco if you still want the taste of tobacco in your e-cig. You can even make a custom flavor out of fruits, desserts, and mint.

Today, this electronic cigarette is on trend. It is also a better option for smokers as it is safer and way cheaper than a tobacco cigarette. It does not have the unpleasant taste and smell of the traditional cigarettes and it does not lead you to life-threatening diseases from the nitrosamines and nicotine.


Want to learn more of how an e-cigarettes works? Call Vaporland today at (972) 418-5263.

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