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You finally got an electronic cigarette, and you love it. But to make it even better, and to ensure that you can use your e-cig when you want to without having to run out and buy new parts, there are a few extra things you should invest in now:

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  • Atomizer – The atomizer takes the liquid and converts it into water vapor. You can buy different atomizers to enhance your e-cigarette experience, such as an atomizer head with two coil technology, which makes for more vapor production and warmer vapor. You can also buy different atomizer heads. For more details on how atomizers work, check out this article.
  • Replacement tubes – These come in a wide variety of colors, such as mint green, fuchsia, black, and aquamarine, so you can personalize your e-cigarettes. Depending on the type of e-cigarette you have, these tubes may be made of glass or another material.
  • Charger – If you’re tired of always buying batteries (or trying to find batteries that you just know you have around, somewhere), you might want to invest in a charger. You can get chargers that work in your car, from a home outlet, or even one that works with a USB port.
  • Mouthpieces – You never know when you might need a replacement mouthpiece. These are also a variety of these available, again depending on the type of e-cigarette you own. You can go with aluminum, or the more stylish vase type, which comes in a variety of colors and designs. You can personalize your e-cigarette even more by mixing and matching different styles of mouthpiece, batteries, and your other accessories.

As you can see, there are many e-cig accessories that can help make your e-cigarette more “you,” and make your vaping experience even more pleasant.

For a primer on your new e-cig, check out this article. For even more on e-cig accessories, you can click here for more information.

About The Author

Sneha Srimani is a Bachelor of Science graduate in health education. She is also social media manager at NucleusAccumbens.com. Before coming to Nucleus Accumbens, she worked as a Jr. Medical Physicist. Now she decided to share her experience and medical information through this blog.