Electronic cigarettes are slowly gaining popularity as more and more people seek for safer alternative ways for smoking. Electronic cigarettes provide not only a safe smoking option but also pocket and environment-friendly. The 3 main parts of an electronic cigarette include the cartridge (holds the e-juice), atomizer and the battery pack. The atomizer is considerably the most important part as it helps vaporize nicotine in the cartridge when vaping.
The quality of the atomizer determines how rich each puff will be when vaping. This has seen the rise of different types of atomizers; all used to suit various applications and uses. Outlined below are 3 of the common types of atomizers on the market today.
1. Disposable Atomizers
Disposable atomizers are very common with starter kits and in disposable electronic cigarettes. This atomizer wears out with time requiring a new one to be fitted in its place. The best thing about disposable atomizers is that they are inexpensive and readily available. These atomizers also make it possible for one to replace a damaged one especially if all the other parts are intact and working perfectly. These atomizers, however, don’t last long nor are they as powerful.
2. Replaceable Coil Head Atomizers
These are the most commonly used (and preferred) atomizers in the market today. This is because the replaceable coil head atomizers last much longer than their disposable cousins do, and also, come with many extra features (such as better vapor production, airflow control valves, and made from higher quality materials). Replacing the coil head is relatively easy as all you need to do is unscrew the old one and screw in a new one. Replaceable coil head atomizers also last much longer and are stronger than the disposable ones. These are also recommended for the average electronic cigarette user.
3. Rebuildable Atomizers
These are the best atomizers there is today. Rebuildable atomizers come with many valuable features such as the capacity to produce dense vapor and flavor, airflow control valves among other features. These atomizers are mostly used on electronic cigars that demand more power to generate thick vapor. While initial costs are notably higher, you get to save a lot more money in the long run. This is because these ‘rebuildable’ are longer lasting and durable. You, however, have to rebuild the atomizer if broken or worn out – which many people find time-consuming and tiring.
While each atomizer has its pros and cons, it would be advisable to choose one based on your needs and preferences. If you need a robust and durable atomizer, then the replaceable atomizer is for you.