Dripping is an altogether different type of experience. You have to build your own coils for the atomizer, wick it yourself, and make sure that it’s affixed to a battery that is able to fire the atomizer at the given oHms that your coil is built to. Different styles of coil yield different types of vapor, in both taste and vapor production. Different wicking materials can also have an impact on your flavor and vapor experience. There is no truly “best way” to build a dripping atomizer. As with many aspects of vaping, it mostly comes down to personal preference.
Key things to remember:
- Dripping is (generally) a higher up-front cost, but you will save money on coils in the long run.
- Tanks are convenient, and easy to use/assemble,
but they tend to cost more money down the road as you pay for replacement coils.
- Dripping is much more customizable than dripping.
Different coil assemblies, different wicking materials,
different drip tips, all lead to a completely tailored experience.
- Your battery life will generally be longer with a tank/clearomizer,
as you are not drawing as much power on stock coils.
- Dripping requires skill. Building coils is an advanced vaping technique,
and if it is done wrong, it can pose a risk.