Published on August 14th, 2012 | by James0
A cartomizer or carto is certainly the latest technology that seems to uplift the overall performance as well as the maintenance of an electronic cigarette. In simple terms, it is one of the two parts of the electronic cigarette body, which holds a cartridge (refillable is most cases) with e liquid as well as an atomizer making itself a semi-disposable component. The best part of this makeup is that there is neither any leakage problem nor is there a need of frequent maintenance at all. Furthermore, the performance improves with more vapor production and longer lasting cartridges. So, if you are thinking to use a carto with your e cig, your thinking is truly right!
Right now, in the market, many types of cartos are available for accentuating your vaping experience to an unimagined level. However, of all, it is the collection of Boge cartomizers that has received several praises and positive comments from the vapers. So, this article is dedicated to these carto cuties that have even won the hearts of the most discerned vapers.
Boge is one of the ideal carto brands, which is known for its quality makeup and reliability in terms of distinctive units. These cartos are capable of storing nearly 1.2 ml of e liquid and that they play a vital role in facilitating an e cig to direct nicotine to the body. This happens when the atomizing unit vaporizes the liquid to convert it into a fine mist that imitates the sensation of drawing in the tobacco smoke. With the ability to transmit the right messages to the receptors located at the throat’s back, the smokeless smoking effect featuring nicotine release is instant.
Features of BOGE Cartomizers – for the 510 E Cig or EGO
Boge offers 510 cartos, which means that they are compatible with any 510 device or battery. If you are looking for some really good e cig parts, Boge 510 is certainly not an exception. These cartos are available in two different resistance options namely, standard (2.9 to 3.1 ohms) and low resistance (1.9 to 2.1 ohms) each of which are empty and refillable. At present, the brand is offering both these models only in stainless steel (silver) color but both the models work exceptionally well.
Low Resistance Model (2.0 Ohms or below): is designed to trigger a taste that resembles a tobacco flavor, which most smokers are used to. It generally functions well at a higher temperature to produce more as well as hotter vapor than other cartos. Overall, this model is for those who love engaging in more clouds of vapor, typical tobacco flavor, and increased throat hit.
Standard Resistance Model (2.9 ohms or above): Choose this model if you love cooler, softer, sweeter, or more rich vaping experience. These Boge cartomizers offer more mellow experience as well as strong flavors. Unlike the above one, this one does not change the flavor but makes it sweeter like fruits. You can also choose 808D-1 carto featuring a standard resistance of 3.0 ohms. This one ensures a cooler and balanced performance with uplifted flavors.
Filling any of the Boge cartomizers is really very easy. These parts can hold around 1.2 ml or 30 drops of e liquid, which is more than sufficient for any average vaper to keep vaping for a while. Just like other cartomizers in the market, you need to take out that white end cap. Now, you will be able to see the filler material on which you just need to drip direct the liquid. Once you remove the silicone cap, grab the carto at a slight angle and then drip the liquid against the interior wall such that it gets immersed into the wicking material. Alternatively, you can also use a syringe or needle to fill down the filler’s side.
After filling the liquid, it is suggested to let the juice remain for some time in the cartomizer – the longer it remains; the better it will function on getting heated! If you are a heavy vaper to use the e cig constantly, ensure that you top up at an interval of every 60 minutes with one-two drops to get rid of a burnt taste. Just make it a point to fill a few with your beloved liquid if you want to keep yourself vaping throughout the day.
As a matter of fact, most cartos are use-and-throw parts. However, this does not hold true for the Boge cartomizers. Generally, it will cost you around $1.50 each, the price that even I paid at the time of buying them. However, until today, I do not have a single complain regarding any of them. However, a small drawback is that they might become a bit harder to draw after some time of use. Nevertheless, they will be usable, particularly if you clean them by soaking in alcohol. With proper and instructed maintenance, these 510 cartos last.
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