What's the difference between atomizers and cartomizers?
Sorry to ask a newbie question but, I am in fact new to e-cigarette world.
I've just got Vapage VmodXL. When I placed the order on line, someone actually suggested that I'd rather order atomizers (1.5 ohm) together.
As I received the package, however, I realized that a 2.2 ohm silo cartomizer and a 2.0 ohm Hybrid BF atomizer are included, and the 2.2 ohm silo cartomizer is assembled to VmodXl upon arrival.
As a first time user, I am pretty much confused about which/how to use this cartomizer or atomizer.
In fact, I am now using the default (2.2 ohm cartomizer) one but it turned out that vaping is a bit weak.
My first question is which one I should use for vaping.
I have two e-liquids; one is First Strike (probably Lucky strike flavor) and the other is Tobacco.
And, currently testing First Strike.
The second question is whether I could you the same cartomizer or atomizer for the different e-liquid.
Is it ok?
Thanks for your generous help in advance.
If you are dripping into the atomizer, then YES, you can vape a varity af juices on it, but with cartomizers, the old taste tend to stick a bit longer (very strong flavors will be very hard to get rid of)...
Originally Posted by kinhvanhoa
Personally I really don't worry that much about it... Some tastes work really bad together, but most often, the old taste goes away after a refill or two...
Just my 2c
Thanks. Actually, mine has a liquid bottle attached to the vaporizer. So I have replace a bottle with another if I want to vape a different one. Since my two liquids are both tobacco flavor ones, I will try it out then.
Originally Posted by hjalte81
Thank you for the reply. I probably could find an answer somewhere else in this forum though. Does "ohm" make a significant different in vaping? I've heard that it is related to the battery capacity and performance but I am not quite sure if it directly affects the amount of vapor. Thank you so much!
Originally Posted by hollyd
Last edited by kinhvanhoa; 08-19-2012 at 08:46 PM.