For vapers out there, who go through their bottles of e-liquids like there’s no tomorrow, you might start to wonder why there isn’t some way to extend your supply. Truth is, while there are numerous techniques to attempt, you’ll have to make some compromises, or just DIY it if your concerns are about cost rather than consumption.
Raise Your Ohms
Sub-ohm vaping can be great because it raises your vapor and flavor output, but it uses up a lot of e-juice in the process. The reasons why should be obvious, as creating more vapor uses up more liquid. There’s no real workaround if you enjoy this style of vaping, so it might be a good move to either mix your own juices or switch up styles or juices.
It is unfortunate, but if you like large fog, you’ll have to go through more juice.
Raising the Ohms will mean thinner, cooler clouds at the end of the day, which doesn’t satisfy everyone. One thing to try is having a “daytime” device as well as a “night” one - use a higher ohm’s coil (above 1ohm at least, but the higher the ohms, the less you’ll use) during the day to satisfy that desire to vape without going so heavy on the e-liquid. Also, keep your sub-ohm setup limited to nighttime use so that you can still have that satisfying vape before bed.
Lower Your Wattage
Lowering the wattage will have a similar effect on conserving your supply as raising the ohms, for much the same reason - less heat is produced by the coil, which means that you are seeing a drop off. If you like sub-ohming and don’t want to give it up, you can try lowering the wattage. This will help conserve battery life while reducing e-liquid consumption; if you can find a satisfying balance. You can mess around with your settings a bit to find the ideal balance that works for you, but you don’t need to use high-power; low-ohms settings all the time.
Use a Stronger E-Liquid
If your'e positive on not wanting to give up on the experience of awesome clouds whenever you vape, you could always go for a stronger e-juice so that you end up vaping less often. The downside of a higher nicotine content is that it will feel harsher on your throat, especially if you’re sub-Ohming. This means juices with higher VG ratios will have this effect.
Using less juice ultimately means figuring out how to consume less of it one way or the other, and you will have to compromise in some way.
There are basically only two methods to go about reducing your juice consumption - figuring out how to get yourself to vape less often or giving up big clouds. If you don’t want to make compromises and just want to save some cash, then again, consider mixing your own batch instead.