Sometimes your clearomizer can become "clogged" and seems not to be able to produce any vapors at all. This happens when liquid gets inside where your coil connects with your clearomizer. Just unscrew your coil and wipe it dry and your cig should work fine. I don`t know if this happens with any model, but I get this often with mine. It does not mean that your clearomizer is busted.
Interestingly, I found that this happens only when your coil is very used up and ready for a replacement. Shaking your e-cig might also help removing the stuck liquid.
yup, I've noticed that too with my older coils. That is one awesome thing about my new rebuild-able, I have yet to get the dreaded "Gurgle" lol.
Oh yeah! I know that "gurgle" thing is really awful. I had that a few times and its definitely an alarm bell to go out and change my coil. Very frustrating if you want to vape but only a few puffs come out.
I was just coming here to ask about the "gurgle." Last night, I started getting that gurlgling sound with one of my tanks. I currently use disposable tanks, but I'm thinking of going to something else. I've found that the tanks I use just don't last very long and start to taste burnt after a few uses. I get really frustrated with this, lol.
I think I need to learn how to clean these things up better because I really feel like maybe it's just me and my user error. The tanks I use also tend to leak out the top if I tip it too much. The liquid ends up in my mouth and it's just gross! For some reason, my husband never has this problem. He told me that he thinks maybe I'm just too harsh with my vaporizer and maybe that's what the problem is (haha :/).
So, I guess my question is this: do you guys use temporary tanks or do you use ones that you clean out yourself? Which ones do you have better luck with? Money-wise, which ones are really best?
Well, while I also use temporary tanks, they last pretty long and you don`t really have to change them until they crack from the heat or use and liquid starts really dripping out. The problem with the "gurgle" are the coils. Usually, standard coils last about four days to a week, depending on how much you vape. Those are the ones you have to change. So, to answer your question, eGo tanks are fine and the coils don`t really cost that much to replace. However, if you would switch over to something more professional, I guess you could cut those cost down even more, since those coils last much longer, I`d wager.
Here's one thing I've noticed lately. My tanks are getting HOT. I mean really freaking hot. It's my older tanks. I'm really starting to think it's time to get a new vaporizer in general because this one is starting to freak me out. I bought new tanks today and I'm going to try and take care of them to see how long I can get them to last, lol. I've been cleaning the bottoms of the tanks with a q-tip just to remove an excess liquid that might be floating around. It seems to help a bit!