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Blackhat would like to address the state of the Vape Union, and the union is strong. More than 9 million adults vape in the U.S. alone! So where does that leave us today with the development of vaping technology, newcomers to the technology, and the people already using electronic cigarettes?
Two words: sub ohm.
A vaper used to have to build their own coils to achieve sub ohm resistance.
If you're not familiar with this term, let's break it down. Ohm is a measure of electrical resistance, or how much a material prevents electricity from moving through it. Before November 2014, all standard tanks or clearomizers enjoyed by the vast majority of vapers used coil heads rating above 1.0 ohm. Only the very advanced vapers dared venture into the territory of building their own coils on rebuildable dripping atomizers or tanks (RDAs/RTAs), achieving resistances lower than 1.0 ohm (sub ohm), producing huge clouds of vapor and enhanced flavor production.
That all changed in the early weeks of 2015. Aspire broke the mold and produced the first sub ohm tank, the Atlantis, which featured never before seen pre built 0.5 ohm coil heads. Now anyone could achieve the clouds and flavor of the builders, but didn't have to wade through the steps and knowledge needed to build their own coils. This single tank was, in a word, revolutionary.
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