Many people who have become accustomed to vaping find it appealing to be able to make the biggest clouds of vapor possible. Cloud chasing has become a trend that has created tournaments and competitions that offer many sizable prizes. Besides competitions, vapers enjoy their cloud creations as well as the feel and hits from their MOD.
With anything you do in vaping, there are factors and steps that need to be taken into consideration and executed properly to have the best possible vaping experience. And when it comes to determining an increase in production of vapor from your MOD, this is no different.
The main things to consider are:
- Choosing a MOD that has variable wattage is better than one with variable voltage. Variable wattage allows the voltage input to automatically adjust allowing for the coil’s resistance. Vaping at 50 watts on different coils will have consistent performance. The production of vapor will be changed with the Ohm levels.
- The tank that you use will need to be of glass or Pyrex, plus be able to be sub-ohm compatible to the unit for which you will be using. Can it handle the heat and liquid’s contents? The size of the tank will also matter when it comes to how long you want to be able to cloud chase for.
- The coils you choose need to be of sub-ohm quality to handle the heat/resistance of the device.
- The battery must be powerful and strong enough to handle such immense strain from sub-ohm vaping.
- The e-juice you use will have a huge effect. You want a juice that has a 70% VG base or higher to be able create those large clouds you desire.
- The settings of the MOD will play a role. Temperature control and airflow will both be key.
- It’s a good idea to know Ohm’s Law when it comes to cloud chasing in general.
Here is a step by step guide to setting up your MOD for the largest clouds possible:
- Step #1: You’ll need to open up the airflow to the maximum setting and a low wattage toward the bottom range that is suggested on the side of your coil.
- Step #2: Take a couple drags on the MOD and see what you think.
- Step #3: If you are avoiding dry puffs and the vapor is not coming out too hot, increase your wattage and repeat the steps before this one.
- Step #4: When you start to experience any dry puffs, or your vapor is starting to get too hot, dial the wattage back a bit and try it again.
There are numerous adjustments you can make to a MOD to help produce the thickest, biggest clouds of vapor possible. You just have to see what works for you by trial and error.