When it comes to using a vape
tank, there are various options available for most vapers out
there to use. A primary question that arises is whether to use a disposable or
a rebuildable one, and what this even entails. We are going to explore disposable
clearomizers, rebuildable dripping atomizers (RDAs), and rebuildable tank
atomizers (RTAs). We’ll look at what they are, how they work, and the pros and
cons of each.
are disposable and rebuildable tanks? *
Clearomizers: These tanks are very popular
nowadays. They are cylindrical in shape and the tank itself usually either
contains clear Polycarbonate plastic or a Pyrex glass tank. Through the tank,
you can see the level of liquid inside of the clearomizer. Their usage is
simple: the user fills it with liquid and subsequently can vape directly. Newer
clearomizers allow for sub-ohm vaping.
Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer (RDA): Allows for
sub-ohm vaping. Is a user-constructed setup with wicks and coils, in which
liquid is dripped directly onto the coils then <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vaporized.
Rebuildable Tank Atomizer (RTA): Something of a
hybrid between an RDA and a clearomizer, an RTA is a tank that the user can
build coils on.
each works *
Clearomizers: The user adds liquid to the tank and can directly
vape once a coil is added.?
Dripping Atomizer (RDA): The user
buys wire and cotton and uses them to create the surface upon which the <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>e-liquid is dripped.
Tank Atomizer (RTA): The user builds
the coils using wire and cotton, and this is placed on the tank. The tank
itself holds liquid in amounts comparable to clearomizers.
* Pros of
Clearomizer: A clearomizer is the easiest to use of the above tank
setups. Overall, they require very little vape knowledge. They can hold a
considerable amount of liquid.
Dripping Atomizer (RDA): This setup
easily offers the largest <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapor production of all three setups discussed here.
In addition, it allows for richness of flavor. The user can switch between
flavors during a session without the taste of the last flavor lingering.?
Tank Atomizer (RTA): This setup
offers very solid <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapor production and flavor. Because of the presence of the
tank, it is able to hold a lot of juice, much like a clearomizer can.
* Cons of
Clearomizer: Easily the priciest of the three setups discussed
here, especially since it does not allow for longevity.
Dripping Atomizer (RDA): Does not
have as much juice capacity as the other setups. In addition, this requires a
fair amount of vaping experience and knowledge, since wicking is required.
Tank Atomizer (RTA): <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapor production
and flavor not as good as an RDA. Similarly, to an RDA, requires a solid
knowledge basis in vaping in order to be able to use.
We’ve seen what disposable and rebuildable vape
tanks are. The disposable option, the clearomizer, was seen to be a solid
choice for novice vapers and for convenience and liquid storage. This however,
comes with a price tag. The rebuildable options, the rebuildable tank atomizer
(RTA) and the Rebuildable Dripping (RDA), were both seen to be less pricey
options than a clearomizer. Both also required extensive vaping knowledge to be
able to use. The RDA was seen to be the more solid in terms of <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapor and flavor
but the RTA was better in terms of <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapor storage and convenience.