How do you guys inhale for clouds?

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  1. twan013

    twan013 Bronze Contributor

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    Very back to basics question I know but I'm just curious. Do you have a slow and steady inhale or do you prefer a very heavy draw? I've tried both and the only difference I can tell is that with a heavy pull, I tend to get more juice in my mouth.

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    Dagoroth Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    I pull normally, straight to lungs, not too fast, not too slow, I get big dense clouds at 120 watts on a 0.2 ohm stock pre made coil in a Wismec Gnome tank. Normally on any device, the slower you pull, the denser the clouds.
     
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    Are you talking about your typical casual type of situation or Competition style "I wanna see the biggest friggin plume possible" type of deal?


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    "let's cloud out the Superdome with a single hit" type competition vape.. lol.

    Honestly I'm in no position to enter a cloud comp. Even if I were, it's just not that big around here.

    I can get great clouds from a steady draw, but was just wondering other people's opinions

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    Different strokes for different folks, I suppose. A mix of a steady draw with a heavy draw is the best aim for me. Bending down to exhale and exhaling the last bit of breath into the rda as you fire the mod (Purge & Prime)...the bending down helps empty the lungs completely...then a long steady consistent draw as you're raising yourself back up to standing up straight..how hard you should pull for the draw depends on lung capacity, but you want to time it so that you hit full lung capacity right as you get back to standing up straight and exhale using your diaphragm to push out the cloud and slowly purse your lips throughout the exhale so that the last bit of air in your lungs shoots into your cloud and that should cause it to plume out very nicely. No need to seal your lips airtight around the tip of your RDA either...for me, using loose lips that even lets airflow in from the corners of my mouth and around the top of the tip is best, because as long as you're using a good build with plenty of surface area touching the wicking, the extra airflow won't make your cloud any less dense...air is your friend. With a bit of practice, you'll blow Clouds and people will be like...[​IMG]

    100% VG 0 Nic Juice is the best to play around with...eliminates the throat hit which can trigger a cough along with not over-saturating the wick.

    You're not drinking water are you?! You realize that stuff is found in antifreeze!?!
     
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    I don't chase the clouds they just appear and I say WTF! Damn that was one hell of a cloud. I just pursue that smooth, cool flavorful vape and when I achieve it damn that was some cloud huh?
     
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    You're not drinking water are you?! You realize that stuff is found in antifreeze!?!
     
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