Okay folks! Time for some brainstorming funtimes! Gonna lay this out and see if you guys have run into similar situations in attempt to bridge the gap between the two types of atomizers. Let me preface by saying that I am a DIE HARD dripper. IMO nothing comes close to the vape you get when dripping. However, many people are DIE HARD tankers. I know because I used to be one of them and here lies the conundrum.
Lets say I take any one of my creations with a 20pg 80vg or higher solution. Pop that puppy in the dripper and wowwee full on flavor. I dont care so much on how much vapor is produced, but visually, its respectable. Now I take that same solution and pop it into a Lemo 2, Aromamizer RTDA etc. something with a reduced chamber compared to a dripper deck. Obviously, the reduced size of the chamber and the length of the chimney going to the tip reduces/mutes the flavor. All tank systems suffer from this design.
So in theory, would it be prudent to tailor your mixes by doing one or more of the following to boost flavor to counteract the reduction of flavor in tank systems?
- Reduce the amount of VG and add more PG to your blend. We all know too well the power of PG and its flavor carrying properties. The cons here are people with reactions to PG and those wanting to avoid “throat hit”.
- Adjusting and increasing each flavor in said 80/20 solution by a certain percent to boost more flavor.
- Create a flavor base for all flavors in that mix and boosting this base by 2%. I am using the 2% rule here for companies that like Mount Baker Vapor that off extra flavor shots for their juice lines.
Now I know that theres a bunch of tank systems out there like the Uwell Crown and the Smok TFV4 that come very very close to dripper quality. But for many people out there using Atlantis, Kayfun etc. they could benefit from this.
I am open to your thoughts and appreciate any feedback given.