Temperature Control and the Evolution of Vaping

Vaping, as an industry, has grown so dramatically over the past few years that it has actually gotten difficult to follow. It seems like every day you're like,
"Hey check out this sweet mod I just got! " only to hear,
"Yeah this just came out, it's way better than your mod because blah blah blah Watts blah blah Temperature Control..." 
Wait, wait, wait..."Hey...did you just say temperature control?" you ask.
"Yeah"
"WHAT ON EARTH IS THAT?!" 
And that seems to be the gist of most of my "New Vaping Discovery" conversations. I'm sure you, the reader, have experienced something like this before, too. If not, you're incredibly well-informed, and I am envious of you. However, for those that seem to be in the same boat as me, when the first Temperature Control Mods came out it really was a shocker. 
I wanted to take the opportunity today to clear up any confusion, and hopefully answer the question, "What makes Temperature Control different than anything else?" for you new-to-temperature control vapers!
It all starts in the activation of your Temperature Control Mod. Just like a VV/VW Mod, a Temperature Control Mod fires and heats your coil to, in turn, create that awesome cloud you've been chasing. The major difference comes in the output of power.
In a variable wattage setting, the mod will output power according to the wattage you have it set to. What this does is heat your coil at a constant rate until you release the fire button, which works, but can also have some negative effects on your coils. If your wick/tank is dry your mod doesn't stop firing, you just get a nasty dry hit that tastes worse than when Momma washed your mouth out for saying bad words as a kid. Also, the life of your coils in VW mode depends almost entirely on how much care you take of them. If you use your Mod very often without breaks in between, the coils heat up continuously until they inevitably burn out. 
However, in Temperature Control Mode, your mod will output only enough power to sustain the temperature of the coils to the degree setting you have. If you want to vape at 200°C, no matter how recently you fired your mod, it will ALWAYS heat up to that temperature. That means when your coil gets to 200°C the wattage output will drop dramatically to the level at which it can maintain the desired temperature. This means fewer burnt coils! On top of that, simply by the chemical makeup of the metals in Temperature Control coils, when they aren't lubricated (when they don't have juice on them) they heat up at a much faster rate. When this happens, your Temp. Control mod will back off the power in order to prevent the burning of your coil. You won't get dry hits in this situation, you'll just get TINY clouds. AKA you need more juice. It's that simple!
Remember when building coils, especially if it is your first time, to be extremely careful. It can be a dangerous process if not carried out properly. 
I hope this answers some questions; as always, VapeItForward, and VAPE ON!!!

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