Dripping is one of the oldest ways of vaping. It is also the best way to obtain the fullest taste and aroma an e-liquid has to give. This makes dripping the ultimate method for tasting vaping juices when you delve into making your own.
You use an eliquid bottle (preferably those with the needle point on top) to let the juice drip on your atomizer. You may do that with a classic 510 atomizer (after you remove the filler), a dripping atomizer (like the 357 Cisco), numerous rebuildable atomizers made for dripping, even with an 810 atomizer. You drip directly onto the coil and vape away. It's interesting to note that drip tips exist because of dripping: their shape made it easy to drip directly onto the coil, while your lips would not get burned by the heat of the cartridge-less atties.
- Good throat hit
- Great taste
- Good vapor production
- Instant change of flavor when you switch e-liquids
- No burned taste from fillers, plastic, wicks or other materials
- You refill frequently
- Needs extra care not to flood the atomizer
- Tricky when you're on the go
- Might get messy
The cons are alleviated or completely disappear with the use of dripping gadgets such as drip-shields (which can hold more than the old 2-3 drops standard), bottom feeders (which use a bottle below the atomizer to inject e-liquid to the coil) and specialized, beautifully crafted RBAs.
Vapeorama would not be what it is if I didn't pay my dues to dripping, this amazing aspect of vaping culture that withstands the test of time and satisfies the most difficult vapers. It was a pleasure to create Drippin', a design based on the silhouette of a classic drip tip with an orange-colored drop of ejuice entering the tip on it's way to the heating element.
Small orange lettering completes this elegant homage to the gentle art of dripping. Dripping vapers all over the world have responded by making this one of Vapeorama's best-sellers -one I'm particularly proud of.