Ego Clearomizer CE4
The Ego Clearomizer CE4 offers a clean, smooth taste and an enjoyable vaping experience. It is easy to use and offers no leaks or mess.
When should you change your clearomiser?
If you’re new to the world of vaping, then you probably don’t even know what a clearomiser is. Thankfully, the team at Kev’s Vape are well-informed and can help you get the most out of your vaping equipment. Basically, the clearomiser is the part of your e-cigarette device that stores the e-liquid and then converts it into a vapour. It’s obviously one of the most important parts of your e-cigarette.
So, what are the tell-tale signs that your clearomiser needs to be fixed or replaced? Well, read on to find out.
It stops working
Well, this is obvious. If your device stops working completely, make sure you check your clearomiser. If you think that’s where the problem is, it probably needs to be replaced.
If you are experiencing a burnt taste when you vape, this is a classic sign that your clearomiser needs to be replaced. That burnt taste is most likely because the wick is depleted or there is a problem with the coil.
Starts to leak
If your device begins to leak e-juice, then your clearomiser is likely on the fritz. You don’t want to waste any of your e-liquid, so if you notice that the device is leaking, stop vaping straight away and get in contact with someone from Kev’s Vape.
Difficult to inhale
After a while, you may notice or find it hard to inhale. This is because the clearomiser is probably not producing a clean, pure vapour like it was when it was brand new. You can continue using your vaping device if this doesn’t phase you, however, it could be an ominous sign that your clearomiser is reaching the end of its useable life.
Doesn’t produce any vapour
Naturally, if your e-cigarette is producing no vapour at all, well it’s clear that your clearomiser is kaput. Get in touch with someone from Kev’s Vape or your local vape store. It might just be one part of the clearomiser that is faulty, meaning you won’t have to replace the entire piece.
How long is your clearomiser meant to last?
The lifespan of your clearomiser is very much predicated on its quality. Cheaper brands will probably only last a few ways, maybe a week maximum, whereas you’ll find that the better brands last several weeks, maybe even a month.
At the end of the day, a general rule of thumb for your clearomiser is to keep using it until it breaks completely.