Autor Tema: Atomizer vs. Cartomizer vs. Clearomizer  (Pročitano 5774 puta)

Van mreže MilosNS

  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Thank You
  • -Given: 0
  • -Receive: 3
  • Poruke: 736
  • Ugled: +1022/-0
Atomizer vs. Cartomizer vs. Clearomizer
« poslato: April 02, 2014, 17:18:02 »
Overview of Atomizer vs. Cartomizer vs. Clearomizer

Atomizer, Cartomizer, and Clearomizer are device that you screw on a battery or power supply to deliver e-juice (e-liquid) in a vapor form. These are three major type of devices on the market today. All three type of devices work on the same principle of heating e-juice to a temperature of vaporization. It is important to note that there is no clear winner between Atomizer, Cartomizer, and Clearomizer. Some people prefer one over the other, and each has its own pros and cons which we will discuss in more details below.

Overview of an AtomizerOverview of a CartomizerOverview of a Clearomizer
Atomizers are one of the original devices. They have a fairly small capacity and are best for people who prefer dripping. There are different design but majority of atomizers have a heating coil on the bottom with metal mesh on top of the coil. Some atomizers utilize silica wick instead of metal mesh.Cartomizers are similar in design to the atomizer. The big difference is that cartomizers have polyfill wrapped around a heating coil. A polyfill soaks e-juice and allows for longer vape time over atomizer. There are some designs of cartomizers that are housed inside a larger cylindrical tank that holds even larger capacity of e-juice.Clearmizers are one of the newest and most popular devices on the market. These type of devices are usually cylindrical and feature a clear polycarbonate plastic or pyrex glass tank. A clear tank allows you to see the level of e-juice inside of a clearomizer. E-juice is delivered to the heating coil by ways of a silica wick. Some designs feature top heating coil with longer wicks, others have bottom placed heating coil with short wicks which allows for easier wick saturation. Be sure to check out our full line of clearmizers.
Break-down of an AtomizerBreak-down of a CartomizerBreak-down of a Clearomizer
  • Assembled Atomizer
  • Assembled Atomizer in transparent view
  • Atomizer tank
  • Metal mesh
  • Heating coil
  • Atomizer base with battery thread
  • Assembled Cartomizer
  • Assembled Cartomizer in transparent view
  • Cartomizer tank
  • Polyfill material
  • Heating coil
  • Cartomizer base with battery thread
  • Assembled Clearomizer
  • Drip tip
  • Clearomizer tank
  • Wick
  • Clearomizer base with battery thread
  • Heating coil
Pros of an AtomizerPros of a CartomizerPros of a Clearomizer
  • Perfect for dripping, which means that you can switch between different flavors of juices pretty fast
  • Simple design
  • Low cost
  • Easy to refill
  • Hold more e-juice over an atomizer
  • Low cost
  • Easy to refill
  • Fairly easy to rebuild
  • Large capacity for e-juice, typically around 1.6 – 3ml
  • Clear tank allows you to see exact amount of e-juice left inside of the clearomizer
  • Some models are rebuildable, and come with replaceable coil
  • Longer life-cycle
  • Some people people claim that clearmizers with wick system offer superior flavor delivery
Cons of an AtomizerCons of an CartomizerCons of an Clearomizer
  • If you vape a lot, you need to continuously refill an atomizer
  • Some models of atomizers are rebuildable but require considerable skill
  • Hard to track amount of e-juice left inside
  • Might not be suitable for heavy vaping.
  • Some people people claim that polyfill material dulls the e-juice flavor
  • May retain flavor from previous e-juice
  • Usually more expensive than atomizers or cartomizers
  • May retain flavor from previous e-juice
  • May leak depending on manufacturer and model
  • Top coil design may require you to tip clearomizer to absorb left over e-juice

Van mreže MilosNS

  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Thank You
  • -Given: 0
  • -Receive: 3
  • Poruke: 736
  • Ugled: +1022/-0
Odg: Atomizer vs. Cartomizer vs. Clearomizer
« Odgovor #1 poslato: April 12, 2014, 06:36:50 »
Clearomizer type

There are 2 types of clearomizer available in the market:

1) Top coil: the atomizer head located on the top, such as CE4, Vivi nova.

2) Bottom Coil: the atomizer head located on the bottom, such as EVOD, Protank

Top Coil ClearomizerBottom Coil Clearomizer
  • Produces warmer vapor since the coil is closer the the mouthpiece
  • Refillable from the top
  • Less likely to leak
  • Consistent wicking
  • Great vapor production
  • Cooler vapor
  • Can have poor wicking
  • Frequently dry hits
  • Must be swirled and title occasionally to keep the wicks moist
  • Flavor production can suffer
  • May sometimes hiss and gurgle
  • May develop leaks is it isn’t tightened together well or too little wick is used
  • Filling from the bottom requires a little more effort than top refillable clearos.
  • Wicks may need adjustments occasionally

Dual and Single Coil Clearomizers

If that wasn’t enough, clearomizers can also come with single or dual coils.

A dual coil clearomizer will produce more vapor than a single coil clearomizer with less of a hit. They also tend have a greater throat hit due to the increased vapor production. The vapor will tend to be cooler though, since the two dual coils will heat up less than a single coil clearo. Dual coils also tend to drain the battery faster than a single coil, and sometimes give off dry hits. Since more e liquid is being vaporize in a dual coil setup, it’s important to give the wicks time to catch up and get juice to the coils occasionally.

On the other hand,  single coils don’t drain batteries as fast and will have less of a throat hit. Both will work perfectly well, and it really comes down to the quality of clearomizer and your personal preferences.


« Poslednja izmena: April 12, 2014, 06:50:36 MilosNS »