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Before we start getting into the workings of what dripping is, we should firstly talk about how it’s done. Dripping involves dripping your vape juice directly onto your e-cigarettes atomiser using a “drip tip”. Now, this raises another question: What is a Drip Tip?
This is a hollow mouthpiece which is usually made of steel, but they can also be ceramic or Pyrex. Metallic ones are usually the favourite due to them providing a cooler vape experience around the mouth. They are used as an alternative to cartridges and cartomisers. It is attached to the atomizer of your e-cigarette or vaping device so when the vape juice is added it flows directly onto the heating coil, giving you, arguably, a more pleasurable vaping experience than regular vaping. Just be careful that your drip tip isn’t ridiculously short otherwise you’ll burn yourself.
This skill takes a little time to learn, especially if you want to be efficient at it and not have the experience cost you a small fortune. With great risk comes great reward though and it is believed by many “drippers” that dripping is the Ferrari equivalent in the vaping world. Why drive a Ford when you have the keys to a high-quality machine in your hands, right? Dripping is also a little more hands on, rather than just adding another cartridge etc, and again, why drive an automatic car when using a manual and grinding through those gears is so much more fun. Given enough practice and patience this is a skill which can elevate your experience of vaping and given the “hands on” element it can really turn into a small love affair.
So you now know the basics, and the choice is up to you. Dripping requires a little more thought and dedication than the average vaper may want to put into vaping, and that’s fine. This is something which may not appeal to everyone out there but let me ask you one fine question. Why are you reading this if you are not just a little interested? Best of luck….
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Written By David Trosh | @ashadyreview | ES Blogger