The resistance of the atomizer is quite convenient! No constraints, you prime them with liquid, screw them onto the atomizer, and you’re good to go.
However, I am regularly asked about the maximum power at which these resistances can be used. It is also not uncommon to see vapers (often beginners) complaining that their resistance suddenly has a burnt taste. Indeed, vaping with a 1.2-ohm resistance on a box mod that can go up to 40 watts can be detrimental to the poor little resistance that is not designed for such power. This leaves us with an unusable resistance, which can be quite frustrating considering that some of them are quite expensive.
Power ranges for electronic cigarette resistances
Today, manufacturers of electronic cigarette resistances directly indicate the wattage range on the resistance itself. This means you can no longer make a mistake about the appropriate power for your resistance. Moreover, nowadays, many electronic cigarettes have a SMART mode that automatically sets the ideal power for the installed resistance. If you are a novice, we advise you to use this mode if your electronic cigarette has it.
To help you use your resistances properly, Vapesourcing provides a power guide directly on the product pages of electronic cigarettes and resistances.
Contact our customer service:firstname.lastname@example.org, you will find information about the power range of the resistance, the recommended PG/VG ratio and the type of vaping the resistance is dedicated to.
You can also read more about the topic in the article „What is the difference between RBA, RDA, RTA, and RDTA?.“
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