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Flooding and gurgling usually arises when the coil is oversaturated with e-liquid, resulting in an excess amount of liquid within the coil. In such a situation, the amount of e-liquid is overwhelming to the coil, and the heat is incapable of vaporising all of the liquid that is present at that time. This flooding, then, results in a gurgling sound that is often accompanied by leaks and spit.
That hot feeling, not entirely dissimilar to smoking, is pretty unpleasant - especially if you’re used to a cooler vape. This effect is a “dry hit” and happens when your coil isn’t getting enough e liquid through it to produce vapour. To prevent this, make sure you keep enough liquid in the tank, if you’re also a chain vaper where you take a few drags in quick succession, sometimes.
Vape too hot and you’ll get a harsh vape entering in your lungs. This will “burn” your throat and will most probably initiate a coughing spree. Furthermore, the vapor will taste horrible, and this is an understatement, your throat and lungs will also suffer with your taste buds to enhance the effect of burning.
Vaping on high wattages: If you adjust your device to vape at an extremely high temperature, it's going to heat through the E-liquid far too fast. When the E-liquid is completely vaporized, the coils on board will start to burn the wicks. It's very important you check in on manufacturer wattage recommendations. Staying inside the recommended range for wattage is always a wise choice as this.
This might sound unrelated to it feeling hot, but too much nicotine or too high PG can make it feel like your vapor is made of razorblades the temperature of lava. Also, ten wraps of 28 gauge sounds (to me) not to be something that'd normally be kicking out super hot vapor, could be a hot-spot on your coil. Assuming you're using a dripper, pull.
How Hot is Too Hot for an E-Liquid to Vape? There’s always a limit to every battery, and how much current it can offer. Different vaping devices have different temperature levels depending on the batteries. As it is with most device safety tips, it is more important for anyone using mechanical vaping devices. Ohm’s Law is the core principle for this. You should also consider the maximum.
There can be a few reasons behind it: from the simple “you are probably vaping too much” to a serious battery issue. The first thing you will need to do is check where the heat is actually coming from: it could be coming from your tank or from you.