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I am not getting a good throat hit or can't feel the vapor when I inhale. Is this normal?
Author: ProSmoke Electronic Cigarettes Views: 11262 Created: 08/06/2011 12:29 pm 100 Rating/ 1 Voters


When starting to use your electronic cigarette, there is a slight break in period for all atomizers.  As you continue to use your atomizer during the first week, the throat hit and draw (ease of inhalation) will become more robust and natural.

When starting to use your electronic cigarette for the first time, there is also a break in period for the atomizer.  Most users say you start getting the most out of your atomizer after a few days of good usage.

The ProSmoke electronic cigarette also uses VG cartridges instead of PG for the highest safety for our customers.  VG provides the most vapor in the industry but less of a harsh through hit than PG solutions.  If you wish to get a very harsh throat hit you can step up nicotine levels or try refilling your own PG solution.

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