Vaping During A Canadian Winter

WELL, WE HAD A LONG, HOT SUMMER. SADLY, IT APPEARS THE COLD IS FINALLY HERE TO STAY.

If this is your first winter as a vaper, then there’s a good chance that you’re going to have some issues with your vape. So here’s a couple of pointers to keep your vape working during the cold months…

  1. Keep your vape at a consistent temperature. If it gets cold, the cotton in the coil can harden and juice may leak out the bottom airflow holes. Keeping it on the inside of your jacket is best, even when in the car. If you want to avoid leakage issues altogether, try a top-flow tank.
  2. Don’t leave it in the car or any cold location. Not only can you get leakage issues, but batteries don’t operate well when cold.
  3. Don’t leave your juice in the cold. It gets thick and might not flow through your coil properly.
  4. If you drop your vape in the snow, make sure everything is really dry, inside and out. Batteries too!
  5. If you’re vaping in your car, keep some window cleaner and paper towel handy. Vape can badly fog up the windows and you need to see clearly to drive safely!
  6. Just because vaping isn’t smoking doesn’t mean you should vape indoors anywhere you want. Please always ask if you’re not sure about the rules.

 

These tips should help you enjoy your vape through the winter. When the heat comes back, we’ll post another blog about how to maintain your vape during the summer months.

As always, if you have an issue you can’t figure out, you can always come see us, call us, send us a message by email or Facebook, or send a carrier pigeon if you’re so inclined (We’re really hoping someone takes us up on this option, as it seems very James Bond-ish and cool).

One comment

  1. Interesting, i did wonder if the juice would thicken up!

    Cheers,Mike

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