Video Transcript: What is Sub Ohm Vaping?! by DashVapes
Hey, how's it going guys? Dave here from DashVapes again, and today we're gonna be talking about Sub Ohm vaping and what it is exactly.
All right, so if you're new to vaping, you've probably heard the term Sub Ohm thrown around. Today, we're gonna fully explain what Sub Ohm vaping is and hopefully help you decide if it's right for you. Now, to start out this video, let's first talk about what Ohms are. An Ohm is a unit to measure electrical resistance and it's named after Georg Simon Ohm. Now, all coils have a resistance reading and it's usually found on either the packaging or on the coil itself. Now, what Sub Ohm means is that the resistance of the coil that you're using to vape is under one Ohm. Now, what does this mean exactly? Well, generally, the lower the resistance of your coil, the more power you're able to pump through it, thus resulting in bigger, denser clouds. Sub Ohm vaping kinda took the industry by storm in late 2014 when the first Sub Ohm tank got released, being the ever so popular Aspire Atlantis. But ever since then, Sub Ohm tanks have been improving quite drastically with different types of coil signs to get you denser, more flavor-packed clouds. But before Sub Ohm tanks hit the market, the only real way to get a really thick flavor-packed cloud was to actually build your own coils.
Even to this day, building your own coils is kind of the go-to method when you're looking for the most vapor, mainly because you are able to fine tune your vape to exactly how you like it. If you are interested in building your own coils, click the card that's gonna pop up around here and it'll take you to a video that we did covering this topic. The main thing I'd say that I had to wrap my head around when I first made the transition into Sub Ohm vaping is that I would have to inhale on it differently than I would with my old starter kit. For the most part, Sub Ohm setups are catered for direct to long inhales, meaning instead of inhaling into the mouth then into the lungs like this, you're actually gonna be inhaling directly into your lungs like this.
So, I guess the main question is, Who is Sub Ohm vaping for? Well, I'd say that if you're vaping on a starter kit and you're kinda looking for a bit more performance out of your setup, I would definitely look into getting a Sub Ohm kit, because there's something just fun about chugging massive amounts of vapor.
Bro, clouds. Also, you're gonna notice much more flavor when you do switch over to a Sub Ohm setup because there is much more vapor entering your system. Now, Sub Ohm vaping isn't going to be for everyone. If you're looking for something very similar to a cigarette with a mouth to long type of inhale, then Sub Ohming might not be the best setup for you. Also, Sub Ohm setups are generally pretty bulky, because you need much more power going into a Sub Ohm coil, you're going to need more battery power. And with the added battery power and clouds, you're also gonna run through juice and battery life much quicker. With a Sub-Ohm tank, I usually fill it up about three times throughout a full work day. As opposed to a non Sub Ohm mouth to lung setup, I'd fill it up about once a day. What I actually like to do is leave all my Sub Ohm setups either at home or at the office, and when I'm on the go, I'll bring a compact mouth to lung non Sub Ohm setup with me because non Sub Ohm setups are usually smaller and more compact.
Now, with all this power going into a Sub Ohm coil, it is very important to learn proper battery safety. If you stress a battery harder than it's able to handle, you're gonna have a bad time. If you'd like to know a bit more information on battery safety, click the card that's gonna pop up right around here and it'll take you to video where we cover this topic. And that about wraps up this video. Now, if you wanna try Sub Ohm vaping, I'm gonna leave some links in the description down below to some recommended products that we have on our website. Now, before we end off this video, I gotta ask, What's your opinion on Sub Ohm vaping? Are you a die hard Sub Ohm fan or do you really not care for it at all? Leave a comment in the comment section down below, I'd love to know. If you like this video, please be sure to hit that like button and hit subscribe to stay up to date with our latest videos. As always, I'm Dave from DashVapes and I'll see you on the next video.