WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OPEN AND CLOSED SYSTEM VAPING? AND MORE IMPORTANTLY, WHICH ONE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Well, closed system devices have simple to use flavour cartridges that are pre-filled with e-liquid, while open system devices are filled up by the vaper, who pours the e-liquid into a tank on the top of device. That’s not quite the whole story though, so here’s the full low-down:
CLOSED SYSTEM VAPING DEVICES
The key feature of closed system devices is that they are very easy-to-use. This is because you vape using flavour cartridges which are pre-filled with e-liquid. The cartridges are simple to use, so all you have to do is click or twist one into your device, switch it on, and start vaping. That’s all there is to it – it normally around than 10 seconds.
Each different closed system vaping device has a different kind of flavour cartridge, so make sure you buy the right flavour cartridge for your device. There are also different flavours for you to choose from – and you can easily switch between flavours whenever you like.
You don’t need to wait until the cartridge runs out before switching, and you can reinsert one which is half-full. All this means is that closed system devices are perfect for people who are often on the move during the day, and who are looking for a convenient vaping experience.
OPEN SYSTEM VAPING DEVICES
Firstly, open system devices allow you to pour e-liquid directly into a tank on top of the device. This means you can vape with many different e-liquid flavours. It also means you can create special flavour recipes, using combinations of e-liquids – allowing you to create a blend of your own that suits your taste or just have fun experimenting.
The process for refilling your device with e-liquid is slightly different depending on the type of open system device, but it generally involves unscrewing the clearomiser and removing the mouthpiece to open up the e-liquid tank. We understand what it’s like when you start vaping for the first time, so for each Vaping device.
Some open system devices have adjustable settings. That allows you to adjust the power setting of your atomiser, and the rate of airflow through the device – as well as giving you data about the device on a digital display screen. Open system devices therefore tend to be more for vapers who want to create their own, bespoke experience.
OPEN OR CLOSED?
Are you a plug in and use kind of vaper who wants a quality, convenient vape or a bespoke-flavour-maker who wants to customize every detail of your experience?
Well, choosing between open and closed vaping devices is up to you and your personal preference – and we hope you enjoy the process of discovering. Happy vaping!