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What wattage should I vape at?

We don’t want to tell you how to live your life, but we’ll talk you through how wattage works with vaping, and let you make your own mind up. At the end of the day, experiment and see what you prefer! If you do want to know the science behind it all, read on...

The temperature, flavour intensity and vapour volume are all variables which have to be balanced. The wattage determines the amount of heat produced in the coil – more watts, more heat.

There’s no golden rule, but strong, rich flavours often taste better the hotter you go – think coffee, chocolate and tobacco here. On the other hand, fruity flavours like apple or blueberry might taste better with less heat exposure. Find what temperatures work for you with all your favourite flavours.

Variable-voltage devices mean you can completely customise your smoking experience. If you like to switch up flavours, changing the voltage could be the key to unlocking the best in each of them.

For the single-minded perfectionist, variable-wattage has you covered. Fine-tune the exact wattage you need for your flavour of choice. The clever microcomputer will maintain this taste irrespective of resistance or any other change.

The price for further clarity is a little more science...

Vaping devices vary in terms of the resistance of their coils, usually between 0.1 and 3 ohms. Below 1 ohm, devices are often referred to as ‘sub-ohm’. They also operate at different voltages, and increasing either this or resistance will give you a higher wattage. 2 ohm coils will want a voltage between 3.3 to 4.0 volts as a rough guide. A higher ohm coil will allow a higher voltage. Higher resistance coils also produce less vapour and at a cooler temperature. Now you know the tech, this is where your palate come in. Does 3.2 volts at 1.9 ohms give a sweeter peach flavour than 4.5 volts at 2.3 ohms? Go experiment and find the perfect wattage for you.