Over the past four years, the number of people using vapes worldwide has risen dramatically, from 8.5 million in 2019 to 55 million in 2021. As the market continues to grow and diversify, so there is more room for a wider choice of vapes, from budget disposable products to premium vape pens that are almost considered fashion accessories.
CCELL vape pods cleverly straddle these categories, and are attracting a growing market. Here, we take a closer look at CCELL pod systems, including their design, usage and compatibility with different vape juices and liquids.
CCELL – unique ceramic design
To start at the beginning, CCELL stands for the ceramic cell that these kind of pods use instead of the conventional wick that is found in most vapes. These provide greater consistency as they draw the oil from the reservoir and atomize it using the heating coils embedded in the ceramic.
Conceptually, pods are similar to conventional threaded vapes. The difference is they do not come in a standard shape and size. This has allowed designers to get creative, producing sleek, discrete designs that are easy to slip into a pocket or purse, or can even be worn on a chain around the neck.
Vaping with a CCELL pod
CCELL pods are designed to promote mouth to lung inhalation. This technique will be familiar to anyone who has smoked, as it involves drawing the vapor into the mouth, holding it there a moment and then fully inhaling into the lungs. Pods make this kind of vaping easy, as there are no buttons to press and the mouthpiece is designed to give a tighter draw than larger threaded vape pens.
The same technique applies to both reusable and disposable vape pods. Disposable ones give the ultimate in convenience, as it is simply a case of attaching a new one and periodically recharging the CCELL using a USB cable.
Vapers who choose a refillable CCELL vape pod should keep in mind that it needs to be kept clean to maximize its life and optimize the flavor. Any vape pod that is used repeatedly will inevitably accumulate residue, known as coil gunk that can eventually cover the heating surface, giving the vape a burnt, caramelized flavor. It’s particularly common with sweetened vape oils. Leaving the pod to soak for a while in hot, but not boiling, water and then flushing it a few time usually does the trick. If that doesn’t shift the residue, cleaning with an alcohol that is safe to drink, such as vodka, should remove any stubborn gunk.
Pod compatibility with different vape oils
A significant factor in favor of CCELL pods is that you can use a wide choice of oils in them. People tend to associate vape pods with consumption of THC. However, while CCELL pods
are certainly popular among cannabis users looking to make the switch to vaping, that is only one example of their versatility.
First, as mentioned before, these pods are very simple to use. A basic CCELL pod doesn’t have any settings to bother with, and you don’t even have to worry about switching it on, as it automatically reacts to motion. The inhalation method is straightforward. Experts tend to recommend this sort of pod to those who have transitioned to vaping from more harmful alternative
Finally, and perhaps most significantly, There is a wide choice of fruit and herbal vape juices that serve this market and can be used with a CCELL vape. These range from CBD to eucalyptus to fruits like watermelon and kiwi.
CCELL vape pods are still a relatively new arrival, and their popularity across the market will only continue to grow over the months ahead.