If you are like us, you like to keep current about developments in the electronic cigarette industry. Today, we are going to look at two ecig features with real-world benefits: parallel circuitry and juice flow control.
Electronic cigarettes with parallel circuits like the Eleaf iStick 100W TC can work with a single 18650 battery where normally it takes two 18650 batteries. Think about it. You have a box mod that takes two 18650 batteries but only have one charged 18650 at your disposal. What happens? Simple; you can't vape. Ecigarettes with parallel circuits are the solution to this vaping nightmare. As in the case of the Eleaf iStick 100W TC, even though it normally takes two batteries, it can be used with just one. This is the true meaning of the word 'innovation'; the way we see it, all box mods will have parallel circuits in the future.
The other e-cigarette feature is not an e-cigarette feature per se, but an atomizer feature - juice flow control. In the modern world of vaping, vapers are becoming ever more selective about PG/VG ratios. What juice flow control does is, it lets you vape with all kinds of ejuice from high PG to high VG and everything in between - the rebuildable top filling OBS Crius is a great example. Similar to adjusting for air flow, juice flow control is done by opening the desired juice inlet on your atomizer: smaller diameter inlets are good for high(er) PG liquids and larger diameter inlets for high(er) VG juice.
All in, parallel circuitry and juice flow control are extremely beneficial features, something to keep in mind when purchasing your next electronic cigarette and atomizer.