Five Easy and Funny Vape Tricks for the Beginners


Vaping is not all about coil and wire building and complex equations involving ohms and voltage, vaping can be funny and enjoyable too. There are many new, amazing vaping tricks being performed nowadays, so here we’ll explain some basic and popular vaping tricks for beginners, so everyone can get involved!

1.Huge vapor clouds
This is arguably the easiest one to master. It does not require any special skills, all you need to do is inhale lots of vapour and hold it in for a long time. After inhaling, gently release and exhale the vapour continuously. TIP: Don’t allow the vapour to reach your throat because most of it will either get caught there or travel down your windpipe, meaning a nasty cough and no big clouds!
The idea is to release lots of vapour from the sides of your mouth and also through your nose. In short, you will be breathing out vapour from four points.

3.Ghost hit
Take a long drag of vapour and let it linger in your mouth for a couple of seconds, then push out all the vapour from your mouth in a ball and quickly inhale it back in (easier said than done).

4.The French inhale
This trick focuses on exhaling through your mouth and inhaling the vapour through your nostrils. The two events take place concurrently. Curve your lower lips upwards and direct the vapour towards the nose. Try to inhale all the vapour for maximum “tres bien!”
5.Vape rings
Take a pull on your vape and inhale it into your throat. Keep your tongue at the bottom of your mouth and towards the back of your throat. Form your lips into a round ‘O’ shape then push a small amount of vapour out using your throat in a short pulsing motion, similar to a subtle cough. The size of the O you make with your lips correlates to the vapour ring produced.


Ryan is a vaper, editor and content creator who spends most of his time bringing the interesting, entertaining, original and well-written articles to vapers. He believes that vaping is not only a healthier alternative to smoking, but also a great experience of life.