Sub-ohm Vaping: I Am Not a Cloud Chaser

Joyetech Delta II Sub-ohmI’ve inherited many things Shai has graduated beyond.  Among them is a very nice Joyetech Delta II sub-? clearomizer.  My first time trying it, at 30+ watts, I felt like my lungs were going to explode.  Needless to say, we had to turn down the wattage a bit.  I learned then and there that I am definitely not a cloud chaser and never will be.

So, vaping it like my Normal self, at 25 watts, it was much more pleasant…about the same as my other 1.8 to 2.8? clearomizers.  It doesn’t seem to be extending my battery charge life at all though.  Were it not for the flavor, I wouldn’t know what all the hype was about.

The sub-ohm, at least the Delta II anyway, does deliver better flavor.  Even at just a pin prick juice flow on the coil, I haven’t gotten a dry or burnt hit yet.  The vapor is also a bit warmer.  Sometimes the clearomizer gets a little too warm though.

Joyetech Delta II at 25W

Unless someone is a cloud chaser, I would advise not to go buying up a lot of sub-ohm gear.  At least don’t throw out your old things when you do.  The old generation stuff works just as well, some better about flavor than others, but preferences vary.

I’m much happier with the Kanger Aerotank Mega that I got on the same day.

Kanger Aerotank Mega 1.8ohmKanger Aerotank Mega 1.8ohm (b)Kanger Aerotank Mega 1.8ohm (c)

Lush enough clouds, good flavor, adjustable airflow, and I can use it on my old Vamo or Innokin iTaste SVD.  Yeah, I know it’s retro, but those old sticks are still running strong, and don’t fall apart in my hands.

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