What Ejuice Attachment Are You Using

Eliquids are like blood that fuels the body. Without it, the ecigarette would not be able to perform as a vaping device. However, without an ejuice attachment, this eliquid would not be able to perform its purpose. There is not only one type of ejuice attachment. There are actually a lot that you could choose from.


They have string-like wicks for feeding the eliquid to the atomizer head. Some clearomizers have replaceable wicks. They could also be bottom or top filled. Examples are Innokin iClear 16 and 30, Smoktech PBC and Aro, Vision Vivi Nova, AeroTank, Evod kit, Nautilus, CE4 and Aspire CE4.

They can hold 1.5-3.0 ml of ejuice. Their center post or airhole must not be filled with any drop of juice. Top coil clearos require tilting at an angle or at horizontal position so the string wicks remain moist. Bottom coils require no such actions because they are gravity fed. Bottom coils provide cooler vape while top coils offer warmer vape.

Some clearos made of plastic would not fare well with certain flavor like citrus and cinnamon because they could melt. If these are the flavors of your juices, it is best to use an ejuice attachment made of glass like PBC, Aro, Nautilus and ProTank or Pyrex like Vivi Nova.

Nano Clearomizer

This is a smaller version of a clearomizer that take on the shape and size of a regular cartomizer. A nano clearomizer is a useful unit for trying out eliquid samples. They can hold just 1 ml of eliquid.


This is not so different from a cartomizer. They contain no wick that will hold the eliquid. Using an atomizer requires you to vape drop after drop of eliquid so an atomizer is used for dripping. While dripping appears to be inconvenient, many vapers actually prefer it because the flavor of the ejuice is not compromised since there is no wicking material involved. Using an atomizer is also another useful tool for trying new eliquid flavors.


It is a steel tube with polyfiber filling and looks like the filter of a combustible cigarette. The heating coil is located inside. There is a tiny air tube in the filler’s center running through the length of the cartomizer for directing the vapor into the drip tip or mouthpiece. A good example of this style is green smoke cartomizers, that is all they use for their ecigarette. A green smoke review can elaborate more on how these cartomizers work.

Cartomizers could be single or dual coil. One drawback in using this eliquid attachment is that you cannot see the remaining eliquid inside. Only when you discern a change in the flavor taste or vapor amount when you would know it is time to replace the cartomizer.


The cartomizer can be put inside a tank and this will allow longer vaping than when used as a simple cartomizer. The ejuice inside the tank could seep through the cartomizer via holes punched through the cartomizer. Placing the cartomizer inside the tank offers the benefit of seeing the available amount of ejuice.


RBA is a ReBuildable Atomizer while RDA is Rebuildable Drip Atomizer. Both are geared towards vapers with more advanced experience in vaping and tinkering with vaping devices. Most devices can be used straight from the box.

In order to work with RBAs and RDAs, a vaper must have knowledge on Ohm’s Law and DIY skills. These will be used in making wicks and in wrapping wire coils. Using a multimeter, spotting/eliminating hotspots and shorts are also essential in using RBAs/RDAs. These attachments are also supposed to be used with high-drain IMR batteries. Before using these units, it is best to research in-depth about them. Watch videos and read article on how to efficiently tinker and safely vape with them.