Dripping  (or drip vape) isn't for everyone - it's more intricate and exacting than just screwing a cartridge onto a battery or filling a tank with e liquid. It is certainly not a simple “replacement” for electronic cigarettes or standard vaping systems. If you are up for trying something new, dripping e juice may be for you. However, if you’re content with vaping the normal way, stick to it and you will avoid disappoinment and spending quite a lot of cash!. 

Listed below are the facts of dripping e liquid with the pros and cons of doing it:. We hope this article helps you make the best decision for your product.

The Pros Of Dripping E-Liquid

  • Stronger throat hit and boosts the flavour.
  • Offers unmatched clouds of vapour
  • More cost-effective in the long-run (meaning vaping just got cheaper)
  • Offers higher level of customization
  • Has better airflow
  • Offers stronger throat hit
The Cons Of Dripping E-Liquid
  • Must refill more often
  • Can get messy (extremely if not careful!)
  • Can flood the atomizer or get excessive e-liquid from the bottom if you drip too much of e-liquid (small droplets recommended)
  • Must always carry the e-liquid with you and use constantly

Key things to remember:

  • Dripping is (generally) a higher up-front cost, but you will save money on coils in the long run.
  • Tanks are convenient, and easy to use/assemble, but they tend to cost more money down the road as you pay for replacement coils.
  • Dripping is much more customizable than dripping. Different coil assemblies, different wicking materials, different drip tips, all lead to a completely tailored experience.
  • Your battery life will generally be longer with a tank/clearomizer, as you are not drawing as much power on stock coils.
  • Dripping requires skills. Building coils is an advanced vaping technique, and if it is done wrong, it can pose a risk.

 

With these things in mind, get out there and find the option that works best for you!