The truth of why some vapers succeed and others don’t is down to experience. Both the first and last experiences dictate how likely a smoker is to stick with the transition to vaping. A smoker entering a vape shop needs to have a great first experience and they need to be asked the right questions and given the best answers to suit their needs.
Investing in the best vaping kit for their needs will significantly increase their likelihood of success. Occasionally customers choose a ‘cheap kit to give it a go’. Inevitably they spend more money on a better kit later, or decide that ‘vaping isn’t for me’. Going for the best kit for their needs first time round gives a great chance of stopping smoking for good. Below is an interview with the owner of Vapour Days. He switched to vaping over 8 years ago and has sold vape products to customers through the Bristol shop since 2014.Continue reading A Passion For Vaping: An Interview With the Owner of Vapour Days
Introduction to Vaping Stigma
Our society has strong views on most new, unique or uncommon activities. Vaping is no exception. It is similar to the mobile stigma that came about when mobile phones were first launched. The media get sales based on shocking data or reports – and when things are so new to the market. It is easy to fool unsuspecting readers into thinking their stories are fact. Let’s have a look at some of the comments publicised in recent months and compare with the scientific data behind those stories. This post lets you see what the true story should state, without any stigmas associated.Continue reading Stigma Associated with Electronic Cigarettes, E Liquids and Vaping in General
This is a review on the Sceptre pod kit from Innokin. Innokin have put a lot of thought into this device and worked on this pod device for 8 months. This has to be one of the best pod systems available and this post will explain why.Continue reading Review of the Innokin Sceptre Pod Vape Kit
If you’ve ever been lucky enough to have an exciting academic or career journey, you will likely reflect back to a time when you first started. You had no idea what on earth everyone was talking about?! They were throwing jargon words around like it was an adventure. You were sat lost and smiling, trying to pretend you totally understood what it all meant. You started your vaping journey and BOOM. There you are again – word after word of jargon being used for e liquids, coils, kit types, vaping features… Let’s help you work out what it all means and relax back into the world of vape.Continue reading Vaping Jargon Alert – How Many Words Can you Call a Vape Product?!
We are all aware that there is a lot of information on the harsh consequences of smoking and passive smoking in the media, scientific research, knowing someone who’s died of smoking related disease… the list goes on. However, times have changed with COVID-19 and news announcements have highlighted that more people have reverted back to smoking, including those who had succeeded with quitting smoking through vaping. It’s important to remind ourselves of how destructive smoking is to us and our loved ones, through their passive smoking. Then let’s consider the research done on electronic cigarettes and we take a look at the recent video by the NHS which refers to vaping being the equivalent to our health as patches or gum. The below debate discusses how destructive smoking is to us. We also consider different e cigarette options that may be the tool needed to help you quit smoking for good.Continue reading Negative Consequences of Smoking and Smoking Around Your Family
Sub-ohm vaping is among the most popular types of vaping that you’ll notice today. Much of its appeal lies in how it produces large amounts of vapour without too much effort (there are even vapers called cloud-chasers who push this to the extreme, dazzling audiences with impressive stacks of vapour in competitions all over the world).
Back in 2015, the UK government announced a landmark report that made waves throughout vaping community. Commissioned by Public Health England, the report “E-Cigarettes: An Evidence Update” studied the impact of vaping on health and made recommendations regarding regulations and health advice. The report made several conclusions but the most stark and attention grabbing was that e-cigarettes are at least 95% less harmful than tobacco and that they can help smokers quit.
If you’re looking to quit smoking, vaping is one of the most effective and safest ways. Despite the presence of nicotine (itself not the harmful substance in tobacco), Public Health England even reported that it’s up to 95% healthier, without the carcinogens and toxins produced by traditional smoking. In fact, e-cigarettes are twice as effective as nicotine patches or gum at getting smokers to stop. Aside from the health benefits, vaping is also cheaper than smoking and gives you more options to customize.
Every component of your vaping device can affect the quality of your vaping experience. This includes your device’s coil, which heats up inside the atomiser to turn e-liquid into vapour. Change anything about your coil, such as its material or its thickness, and your overall vaping experience will change noticeably as a result.