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Atomizer care

April 12th, 2009 ~ 2 Comments

black-dse901-atomizerI just got an email from one of our customers asking about atomizer care so I thought I would share what I do with mine. At night I take the atomizers that I have been using during the day and turn the upside down on a paper towel so they can drain. Mostly I use the DSE 901 so by upside down I mean the end that the cartridges into is in contact with the paper towel. The threaded end is up in the air. I don’t usually get too much drainage but sometimes a drop or two if I have been using it really wet during the day.

I like a lot of vapor and a lot of flavor so I keep my carts pretty well filled up. That can lead to some overflow into the atomizer so that is why I drain them. It probably isn’t wise to use that much liquid because the liquid can drain into your battery and cause a problem. If you are using a super e cig you definitely don’t want to over fill because the liquid will go into the mouth piece and into your mouth. YOU DON’T WANT THAT!

Other than that I don’t really do anything with my atomizers and they are lasting up to 6 months. Just keep in mind that both the batteries and the atomizers are consumables and won’t last forever. Vapor volume goes down over time also, and most atomizers need to be replaced every month.  Some even recommend that you replace them every 2 weeks.  We do have a 30 day return for any defective parts though so you don’t need to worry about getting a bad product. Good luck to all and keep vaping.

Tags: E cig products

2 responses so far

  • 1 Tim Marlowe ~ Jun 16, 2009 at 11:05 pm

    Alan Has a great custormer service program. Thanks Alan!

  • 2 Sharon ~ Jul 24, 2009 at 11:42 am

    I completely quit ssmoking after I got my mini e-cigarette, I wanted to start working out and swimming laps to lose weight but my lungs were so bad I couldn’t do it. I bought an e-cig and after using it and no more real cigarettes I’m swimming 45 minutes of laps and I’m so proud of myself for quitting and for starting to exercise.