posted on Aug, 7 2016 @ 12:25 PM
If you engage any vape while dry, it will burn the cotton/silica wicks inside and give you a nasty taste and fumes. As far as i know, a dry herb vape
and an e-cig are two totally different machines. Ceramic coils are relatively new, never even heard of them until now.
Most e-cig tanks use medical grade stainless steel for their components, along with either crystal or pyrex glass and silicone o-rings for sealing
(heat resistant). Other insulators on the inside of tanks/rdas are made of peek, a high temp rubber/plastic that is practically impervious to melting.
Coils are generally made with a stainless steel casing, silica or organic cotton as a wick, and kanthal/nichrome/stainless steel for a coil material.
Most dont have a metallicy taste, but some cheaper ones might. I build my own, i always pre-fire them to vaporise any materials on the metal so i
never get a nasty taste from it.
Coils need to be replaced on at least a bi-weekly basis, or whenever it tastes weird. And the kbox is variable wattage.
edit on 7/8/16 by
AzureSky because: (no reason given)
edit on 7/8/16 by AzureSky because: (no reason given)