Turning vape tricks at United Vapes in Santee, California....Kelcy Edmondson and Colton Tavares were doing just that on the vape store's counter!
Vape tricks....google vape tricks on YouTube and you will find out how to do tornadoes, bubbles, what looks like graveyard fog on a counter, and more using the smoke from the e-cigarette as your source.
Are you any good at blowing.......smoke rings? E-cigs offer the chance for artistic expression like vape smoke rings and more to those who partake of this behavior.
Cloud competitions offer up the chance for e-cig users to puff up their chests and blow out some fine "clouds" against others.
Edmondson, Eric Herndon, along with another partner, own the store and have every intention of not only having vape trick competitions but a vape festival down the road.
Edmondson pointed out that the house sets the rules for the competitions with most using a maximum of four coils on their vaporizer apparatus.
"The time limit can be 10 seconds" Edmondson said "I see cloud contests posted everyday."
"Doing builds" is the phrase that Edmondson said is the practice of doing a hand job on the exhaled smoke to create the tornadoes or to build whatever you want to create from the smoke. A twist of the fingers and a chop of the hand are your tools of the trade for these builds.
The basic terms for vaping can be found on the internet advanced terms are as such:
1. Smokeymiser: atomizer and cartridge
2. Tailpiping - direct dripping without a drip tip.
3. TH / throat hit - the way it feels on the back of your throat.
While controversy and regulations are arising in different areas about e-cigarettes Edmondson pointed out that e-cigs can be used as a way of quitting nicotine cigarettes.
Using the cloud may mean something entirely different to computer users but to vapers-- it can mean cloud competitions. Turn your own vape tricks...............
United Vapes can be contacted at 619-334-2632 or www.sandiegoelectroniccigarettes.com .