Mouth To Lung Vape Tanks
Our selection of Mouth to Lung vape tanks will have you vaping in a way that feels most similar to smoking regular cigarettes – making the Mouth to Lung vape tanks a game changer for amateur vapers and those in the early stages of making the transition.
To vape in an MTL style means to inhale the vapour from your vape tank into your mouth before inhaling it into your lungs. The tanks from our selection below make this highly-coveted style of vaping as easy as possible to achieve, and when paired with the right e-liquid (one that is higher in nicotine content), will provide you with a throat hit strikingly similar to that which you will be accustomed to.
What are Mouth to Lung Vape Tanks?
Mouth to lung vape tanks—commonly shortened to MTL tanks for ease—are vape tanks that produce a less airy vape than that which can be achieved when using a direct-to-lung (DTL) vape tank. Why is this? Vaping through an MTL vape tank will have you using a drip tip that is narrower – as a result, your draws will be tighter and the airflow that will run through your vape will be more restricted.
In many ways, vaping using a mouth to lung vape tank (whether this be as part of a pod kit, vape pen, or any other type of starter kit) is noticeably similar to smoking a traditional cigarette, which is why they tend to be favoured by ex-smokers over devices that support DL vaping. More emphasis is placed on experiencing the flavour and nicotine strength of your particular e-juice as opposed to vapour production, an aspect of vaping more sought after by vapers who prefer a sub-ohm style. By comparison, MTL vaping produces far less vapour than that which is created when direct to lung vaping.
Mouth to lung vape tanks tend to run on lower wattages, but they include many of the same intelligent features that you can expect to find on vape kits and tanks that support direct to lung vaping. For example, on most of the tanks above, you will find an airflow adjustment ring which will allow you to alter your vape’s draw to reach a setting that is most in line with your vaping preferences.
What is MTL vaping?
We’ve looked at some of the common characteristics and features associated with vape kits and tanks that are categorically MTL, but what does it mean to vape in an MTL style?
Mouth to lung vaping involves inhaling vapour from your vape device into your mouth in the first instance, before then inhaling it into your lungs. If you are a new vaper and/or are making the transition from smoking regular cigarettes to e-cigarettes, we would advise starting with MTL vaping over DTL vaping, as it is most similar to the way in which you would regularly smoke.
Which e-liquids work best with Mouth to Lung Vape Tanks?
As MTL tanks run at a comparatively low wattage, they are not designed to provide the power needed to heat up and vaporise the more viscous of e-liquids. For this reason, they are best used with high-PG e-liquids, such as 50/50 e-liquids. Additionally, as mouth to lung vaping is more geared towards vapers who are looking to experience a nicotine rush as well as flavour with every hit of their vape, instead of the production of large clouds of vapour, MTL tanks work very will with e-liquids with higher quantities of nicotine content, such as nic salts.
Using an e-liquid that contains more nicotine will speed up the delivery of nicotine into the bloodstream, meaning that users will quell their cravings more quickly and efficiently, and that they will not need to take as many inhales of their vape as they would if they were using a different type of kit more suited towards e-liquids with lower nicotine levels.
What’s more, mouth to lung vaping using a vape juice with a higher nicotine content will provide the throat hit that so many transitioning smokers miss when making the transition from smoking to vaping.
What are the best coils to use with Mouth to Lung Vape Tanks?
Unlike direct-to-lung, sub-ohm tanks that use sub-ohm coils, mouth-to-lung, plus-ohm tanks use plus-ohm coils, or in other words, coils that have a higher resistance. The different types of replacement coils that you can use in e-cigs with mouth to lung tanks can vary widely, but they will all need to have a resistance of over 1.0 ohms.