Things to know about box mod vaping

Box mods are manually-controlled electronic cigarettes that look a lot like a ‘box’ with a clearomizer/tank attached to one end.

Much like a vape pen, box mods are basically ‘vaping devices’, though they generally come with more advanced features than you would expect to see with almost any other type of E-cig device.

Box mods often give you the option to change voltage, wattage, and temperature settings.

It’s all about E-liquid

Of course, these products utilize no tobacco, and create no ash, fire, or smoke. As with all other E-cigs, they allow you to ‘vape’ E-liquid, which is much safer and less dangerous than tobacco smoke.

The main point to owning a box mod is that they give you far more features than you would ever expect to get with an eGo or a standard vape pen. They give you the power to completely control your vaping experience—which is definitely something that a lot of vaping enthusiasts count as a positive.

Box mods differ from their mechanical-mod counterparts in the sense that they’re a regulated device that uses one or two batteries to power a coil. The major difference is in the word ‘regulated’. Box mods contain a chip that regulates voltage, unlike mechanical mods—which simply power a coil straight off of the battery.

Box mods are very popular with more experienced vapers, and for good reason. They’re packed with safety features to keep them from overheating or short-circuiting, and make it possible for you to control almost every aspect of your vaping experience—from the size of the cloud to the taste of the E-liquid.

But there are some things that you should know about box mod vaping—and in this article, that’s what we’re going to discuss.

You don’t need a box mod to vape

Some people might think that box mods are the best for vaping, and that if you don’t have one, you might as well not even vape.

Box mods are really awesome, and they tend to be some of the nicest E-cigs on the market—but you definitely don’t need one. When I started vaping, I just bought a cheap disposable E-cig mini (it was cherry flavored) and vaped on that for two weeks!

Starting out with such a basic device gave me a good point of reference, and taught me that even cheaper electronic cigarette devices can be pleasurable.

Box mods are kind of complicated

Box mods don’t require a degree in rocket science or applied physics to operate—but at the same time, they do tend to be more complicated than their eGo or vape pen counterparts. I would actually recommend starting out with a vape pen first, and then working your way up to a box mod when you understand vaping a little bit better.

This will help you to understand the process and will give you a better idea of what to do with all of the options and settings that a box mod provides. For novice vapers, it’s actually easy to get lost with such an advanced product, and this could take away from your experience and end up being discouraging.

They’re worth the money

If you’re serious about vaping and want the best flavor, vapor, and throat hit, then a box mod is where you’ll eventually want to end up. The other types of devices are all awesome, but some people find that it’s incredibly worthwhile to upgrade to a box mod because it allows them full control over their vaping experience—and for good reason!

Box mods truly offer the ultimate electronic cigarette experience, and they’re more than worth the money if you love to vape.

Research different devices before you buy one

Not all box mods are created equal. Some are definitely better than others—but the only way to know for sure if a product will work for you is to do plenty of research on it before spending any money.

If you’re looking for the perfect box mod for you, then I would enthusiastically recommend that you do some investigating to find the device that would suit you the best.

In conclusion

Box mods are the pure-form electronic cigarettes. They really don’t even resemble analog cigarettes—making them the perfect example of a device that’s truly ‘left tobacco behind’ to develop its own look, style, and community.

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