What Is MTL, DL And RDL? And Which One Suits Me Better?

I just feel confused about the terms like MTL/DL/RDL when I browse the website. What do they mean?

These terms are often used to describe the ways of vaping.

What is MTL?

MTL (Mouth to Lung) means that you take vapor in your mouth and hold it for a while before you are inhaling it in your lungs. It’s a two-part process. With the tighter draw, you will have the sensation closer to cigarette. It is more natural and accessible, especially for the ones transmitting from smoking to vaping.

What is a MTL device?

MTL device is commonly equipped with high resistance coils (typically, higher than 1Ω) and low battery capacity. ARGUS POD of VOOPOO is a good option for MTL vaping. With VOOPOO’s ITO technology, the taste is more delicate and mouth full.

What is DL (Direct to lung)?

DL (Direct to Lung) can also be known as Straight to-lung, which means that you draw the vapor quickly to your lungs, just as if you were breathing and exhale it immediately. It’s a one-part process. The vapor will be more intense and concentrated.

What is a DL (Direct to lung) device?

DL devices are commonly equipped with low resistance coils and lower strength of nicotine. The devices include higher wattage to produce more vapor. ARGUS GT II of VOOPOO is an advised to DL vaping. The ingenious design of Volcanic Crater Structure design will bring you an easy DL vaping by reducing 60% airflow loss.

What is RDL?

RDL (Restricted Direct Lung) can be characterized as the middle between MTL and DL. You can understand this term the DTL vaping with less airflow. It is called the “best of both worlds” that you can enjoy the flavor experience similar to DL and the throat hit similar to MTL. DRAG Q is recommended to RDL vaping, whose 0.5 Ω mesh coils bring you a RDL vaping experience featuring a richer vapor and more intense sweetness.

Thank you for your reading and wish you a nice vaping experience!


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