When we vape, we frequently repeat an essential step: filling our clearomizer. Of course, some will need to perform this operation several times a day, while others will only be confronted with this manipulation more occasionally. But whatever your consumption, the tank empties little by little and sooner or later, you have to start.


Many clearomizers have a bottom filling. Let’s take the famous Nautilus from Aspire as an example. Here, there is nothing rocket science. To add liquid, you simply have to unscrew the base of the clearomiser and inject the liquid along the transparent tank. It’s childish! But take care and be very careful not to put liquid in the central chimney! A drop of e-liquid in this conduit and you will have the unpleasant surprise of swallowing a few drops during the first puffs…


This method of filling is becoming more and more popular. Highly appreciated because it is also very simple, filling from the top (also called “Top-Fill”), fitted to the most recent products such as the Melo 4. Simple, this system nevertheless requires attention to the airflow. If your clearomiser has an air inlet from below, it will be imperative to rotate the airflow ring to obstruct the air inlets. If you do not do this, with the pressure, the liquid will start to flow abundantly….. Once this precaution has been taken, you can open the top cap of your clearomiser to pour the liquid into it. Once the operation is complete, close the top and open the bottom airflow. Very simple!


Here, the principle is substantially the same as with top filling. This method of filling is becoming increasingly rare because it is quite impractical. With a clearomiser equipped with this system, it is generally necessary to remove the top cap to have access to the filling hole located on the side. Once the latter is apparent, you can put the liquid of your choice in it. Be careful all the same to close your air inlet properly if it is positioned at the bottom. The risks are identical to those present on a clearomiser which is filled from the top…


You know the various methods of filling a tank and this operation will no longer be a source of anxiety for you! With these few recommendations, you will become a master in the art of filling. And if you want to put the odds on your side, do not hesitate to add a few drops of liquid to the resistance during the first installation and wait about fifteen minutes once the tank is full. A well-soaked resistance is a resistance that will accompany you for a long time!