SB: An acronym for Silver Bullet; this is a large battery e-cig.
SD: Refers to Screwdriver; which is a fat ecig battery.
Smoke Juice: Also referred to as E-Liquid, Liquid, Juice, or E-Juice. This is the liquid that is vaporized when using an electronic cigarette.
Standard Resistance: A standard resistance atomizer is 2.5 ohms, cartomizer 3.0 ohm.
Smokeless Cigarette: This term is used to refer to an electronic cigarette. It is used commonly due to the fact that no actual smoke is inhaled or exhaled while using an e-cig.
Stacking: Stacking is the act of using two batteries in series instead of one battery. You should always use matched battery pairs, and devices that have vent holes, and batteries that have protection built in.
Starter Kit: A kit that includes basic e-cigarette equipment. Typically includes everything needed to begin vaping.
Steeping: The act of letting your e-liquid sit for a length of time. The purpose is to allow the components of the e-liquid to merry or intermingle and mature. Some users will try an e-liquid immediately after receiving it and find it not favorable. By letting it sif for an allotted amount of time and retrying it later can improve the flavor. Sometimes a couple of days or as much as a week or two of letting the juice steep will make a e-liquid taste great. Opening the cap and letting the air into the bottle is sometimes also a preferred method of steeping, along with shaking the bottles to mix the components.
Stick Style: Another term used to describe electronic cigarettes that are of or close to the size of a tobacco cigarette.
Stuffing: this is considered the material in a standard cartridge or cartomizer used by many top rated electronic cigarette companies. This is like a sponge to absorb the eliquid. Some people call this cotton or poly fill.
Sweet Spot: Your very own Vaping Nirvana. The feeling you get when you find the right combination of MadMix, Atomiser and Battery that delivers your perfect vape. Can take a lot of trial and error to find your sweet spot.