Every vaper has their own preferences when it comes to their vape. With so many choices available, from the thousands of device models, setups and e-liquid flavours, you have unlimited freedom to customise your vaping experience.
Even how you inhale can vary. There are two main breathing styles when it comes to vaping: mouth-to-lung or direct-to-lung. Each has its pros and cons, producing a drastically different vaping experience, and it’s important to know these because not all devices and e-liquids will be compatible with either style. While you can definitely use both for different purposes, most vapers end up heavily preferring one over the other. Continue reading What is Mouth to Lung Vaping?
The first modern e-cigarette was created in the 2000s but in just under twenty years vaping has exploded to become a global industry worth billions. As innovation continues to flood the market, demand is ever-increasing, with both physical and online shops thriving.
There are three countries leading the pack in terms of fondness for vaping: the US, Japan, and—of course—the UK.
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Vaping may have become more popular in recent years, but that has also contributed to a rise in concern over its potential effects. This has led to increasing regulation to limit the places in which you can vape, so make sure you check the rules before you take out your electronic cigarette. In this guide, we cover the rules concerning where you can and can’t vape in the UK. First though, let’s start by looking at the legislation. Continue reading Where in the UK is it OK to Vape?
E Cigarette Ban Lifted by Nottingham Hospital Trust
In 2014 Nottingham Hospital Trust had banned the use of e cigarettes on its grounds. After considering the recommendations of Public Health England in 2015, NHS England recommended that vaping should not be banned by hospital trusts or prisons. Nottingham Hospital Trust has now lifted its ban and now permits vaping in the hospital grounds.
The full article can be read on the following link http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-36274861
Vapour Days Bristol – New Store
Vapour Days is pleased to offer the new and improved e cigarette shop in Bristol on the middle floor of the Galleries Shopping Centre. Come and take a look at the new store, which now offers a vast range of products, including the stylish new range of vaping T-Shirts and hoodies. Self-service tester bars are also available so you can simply pick up your chosen flavour to try without having to ask.
Government Response to Consultation on Tobacco Products Directive (‘TPD’)
The Government will be regulating the electronic cigarette industry under the Tobacco Products Directive, which will come into force in May 2016. These regulations will require e liquid and e cigarette suppliers and manufacturers to provide products in compliance with the Directive. The aim is to ensure that e cigarette products meet safety and marketing standards. For example you will no longer be able to buy e-liquids above a 20mg strength of nicotine from one year after the TPD is brought into force. A consultation took place with vaping shops, health professionals, regulatory officers and the public for their views on some questions asked by the Government. The Government’s questions and attendee answers related to electronic cigarettes are summarised below.
Continue reading Government Response to Consultation on TPD
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Part Time Retail Assistants
Two part time retail assistant opportunities based in the Galleries shopping mall on the UK’s Bristol Centre High Street.
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Full Time Retail Manager
Retail Manager opportunity based in the Galleries shopping mall on UK’s Bristol Centre High Street.
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Smoking Will Be Banned While Driving…
Recent press releases forewarn that smokers will be banned from smoking while driving in the UK from 1 October 2015 when children are in the car as passengers. Reasons cited were that a third of people in a survey stated that smoking was one of their biggest distractions while driving, with research finding that smoking behind the wheel increases the risk of accident by 150%. Furthermore, the effects of children passively smoking while in the car has been called to be reduced.
The fine for smoking while driving will be £50. The vote for the law was passed by an MP vote of 342 for and only 74 against.
Read the Articles
The ITV documentary report can be found on the following link http://www.itv.com/news/2015-02-22/a-third-of-drivers-unaware-of-upcoming-car-smoking-ban/
The same story is reported by the BBC in the following article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-31310685