So you're a first-time vapor and you feel you've got everything you need except you have one looming question....What wattage should you be vape at?
Today we will go over just that. What wattage you should you use?
Well the answer is kind of subjective. Not only that but there are several variables that you should consider before you land on the wattage of your cloudy dreams.
Let's go over a couple. Wattage is relative to the coils resistance. What does this mean? It means depending on the resistance measured in ohms for a particular coil, the coil will perform differently at the same wattage. For example let's take two coils at different resistances one at point one five ohm and another at point 5 ohm the coil at point one five ohm would perform better at say 100 watts than the coil at point 5 ohm or let's go for a lower wattage I'd say about 60 watts.
For a coil at point 5 ohm that would be a relatively high wattage but for a coil at point one five home that would be rather low. This all means that your coils resistance plays a factor in the range you choose. Another is suggested wattage. Now this is pretty simple most prefabricated coils have the wattage you should vape at printed on the side of the coil. Alongside that they will have a suggested range within that wattage so you can get the best performance out of your coil.
Mind you these are only suggestions, but we advise that you adhere to these suggestions so you can get the best flavor out of your coils and they don't burn out too early. Because seriously have you ever experienced a burnt out coil? It's a big ol bag and no bueno.
Now what are the pros and cons of lower and higher wattage?
Well some of the pros of higher wattage is bigger clouds of course better flavor and a faster ramp up time but this is at the cost of battery life and the potential dry hits.
Lower wattage gives you a longer battery and coil life but the trade-off is muted flavor and of course less dense clouds.
We recommend that you always purchase pre-built coils and use extra precaution and safety when building your coils.