For many consumers who have switched to e-cigarettes, they start out their vaping journey with a cigalike or ego-style starter kit. After awhile, the desire for a more advanced piece of equipment normally comes to surface. These more advanced pieces, known as mods, can sometimes be difficult to acquire the right fit for your vaping habits.
Once you figure out the right kind of mod for your vaping style, picking out mods becomes much easier of a task. One of the first crossroads you will run into is the choice between fixed and variable voltage batteries. They advertise themselves as mods, as well as devices that have no circuitry at all. These are called mechanical mods and are not at all for new mod users. The problem with mods is when everything is considered a mod, how are you supposed to know what type of mod to choose? Considering you already do a little bit of vaping, you can more easily determine which features and types of mods that fit your style best. For this reason, it is a good thing that the vaping industry has advanced enough to customize any mod for exactly what you want.
The next step is to figure out the right price range for you. Once you figure out what you can afford, the shopping for a mod will also become much easier. Then you should stop and think about how much you use your current ecig. Do you run through your batteries capacity in only hours or days? Are the new sub-ohm tanks catching your eye or are you happy with the clearomizers you already know and love? A good way to answer some of these questions is to go to your local vape shop and ask a knowledgable employee. When you figure out the type of battery that you want and also what wattage you want, it helps you narrow down the process even more.