Coils, tanks, and batteries are often the first things that come to mind when talking about vaping performance. We believe that a powerful battery and high-quality coils are all that is required for an exceptional vaping experience. We shouldn’t, however, overlook the importance of a proper drip tip in the process. For example, you have almost certainly encountered the effects of using a vape drip tip that has overheated! This is not acceptable because you most likely do not want to burn your lips!
The 510 drip tip and the 810 drip tip are the two most commonly seen varieties of drip tips. In comparison to the first, the latter is better for cloud chasing and vapor creation.
Throughout this blog post, I will discuss the best drip tips to use in order to avoid overheating and to provide excellent heat resistance!

1. Honeycomb Delrin Drip Tips

These drip tips have been around for a long time. They are excellent drip tips for preventing overheating and are also quite efficient. This drip tip has a honeycomb design with perforations for optimum airflow. Delrin, which is frequently utilized in the automotive and consumer electronics industries, is used to make these drip tips. It protects against the heat produced by high-wattage vaping, making it an excellent drip tip for cloud chasers. The most common sizes are 510 honeycomb drip tips and 810 drip tips (510 drip tip and 810 drip tip thread). The drip tip diameter is the main distinction (the 810 has a diameter of 12.5 mm and the 510 has a diameter of 8.5 mm). Honeycomb Delrin drip tips are one of the best and most cost-effective drip tips on the market.

2. Carbon Fiber Drip Tips

These are stylish drip tips that are also long-lasting and cost-effective. Furthermore, carbon fiber drip tips are exceptionally light, making them one of the best drip tips on the market. Carbon fiber drip tips are also available on the 510 drip tip and 810 drip tip threads.

3. Stainless Steel Drip Tips

Stainless steel drip tips are attractive, and, despite the fact that stainless steel conducts heat, the majority of these drip tips do an excellent job of performing their functions. As a result, you don’t have to be concerned about burning your lips! Make certain, however, that you choose high-quality ones to avoid burning your lips.

4. Drip Tips with Stone Exterior

Drip tips made of stone, ceramic, and other materials are widely available on the market today. Stone drip tips are distinguished by their attractive and exquisite design. Both the 510 drip tip and the 810 drip tip threads are available with stone-exterior drip tips attached.

5. Plastic Drip Tips


PTFE, sometimes known as teflon, is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene that has a wide range of applications in the manufacturing industry. Perhaps you are familiar with Teflon because of its nonstick coating for pans. In addition, it is commonly utilized in pipes and as a lubricant, among other things. Compared to other drip tips, they are an excellent match for a wide variety of tanks. They are also relatively economical.


I have previously mentioned about Delrin drip tips and its heat resistant properties. This is one of the most popular materials in the market.


This is the most common brand name for PEI or Thermoplastic polyetherimide. They are currently very popular due to the fact that these drip tips are extremely durable and long-lasting. Consider the Aspire Nautilus GT Kit which has PEI drip tips that have a tight airflow and good heat resistance, for example.


It is currently one of the most popular materials. For example, our Aspire Odan and Odan Mini tanks both come with 810 resin drip tips as standard equipment. It is heat resistant and comes in a wide range of colors and designs to suit any taste.

6. Glass Drip Tips

Glass drip tips are very unique and stylish. A glass drip tip offers a cool design although they are also very fragile. In other words, you need to take special care of them as they are easier to break than other more durable and resistant drip tips. On the other hand, they offer a good vaping experience and they are also heat resistant.

7. Wood Drip Tips

Wood drip tips are less popular than the previous materials, yet they are elegant and lovely. They can withstand heat, however they require more maintenance and, and low-quality ones are susceptible to dampness and heat. Furthermore, they have the potential to splinter, necessitating extra caution when using this type of drip tip.

Conclusion: Drip Tips

A drip tip can be made out of a variety of materials, depending on your preference. If you like a tighter airflow, a 510 drip tip is a good option to consider. In contrast, if you are seeking for more vapor production and larger clouds, an 810 drip tip is your best bet for success. It all relies on your personal preferences and whatever style you believe is more appropriate for you. Nonetheless, in my opinion, Delrin and Resin drip tips are the most suitable for everyday vaping use. If you like a more fashionable style, you can opt for materials such as glass, wood, or stainless steel. However, it is important to remember to keep both glass and wood drip tips in good working order!

This post was originally published on February 10, 2020. It was most recently updated on June 29, 2021.


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