Whether it is possible to vape in winter? Sooner or later, each vaper faces this question. Of course, when it is cold, vape devices are fussy like children: batteries are discharging quickly, tanks are leaking, and the liquids freeze. Those who want to use vape gadgets in the winter should understand that even they have peculiarities. Using some simple rules, everyone can vape in the winter as comfortably as at any other season.
Let's start with e-liquids. Since any liquid consists of glycerin and propylene glycol, jelling at cold temperatures is inevitable. But there is one trick: if you usually use 70/30 ratio, try 50/50 one. You will see that in this case the liquid will be more balanced and won’t densify or turn into rubber so often.
And now, few words about batteries. Vape in the winter is a complicated thing. Since many devices use lithium batteries, vapers know that often batteries are discharging quickly. What to do? There are two options: take a spare battery with you or keep mods in warm places. If you have a special case for a vape device, it's an excellent way out.
One of the funniest, but real problems is vaping through an iron drip tip. In the childhood, many of you probably, tried to lick iron objects in the frost. It is not the most pleasant experience, eh? The same situation will be with iron drip tips; therefore, it is better to install a drip tip made of ceramics or Delrin.
After these life hacks, you know exactly how to vape in the winter without any problems or inconveniences. Hundreds of vapers use them, so join the club!