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British American Tobacco (BAT), one of the major tobacco companies, have launched their own Electronic Cigarette and are offering people to try them for free by using discount code TRYVYPE - all you need to do is pay £1.49 for first class postage.

I've ordered a menthol (green) model.

These are disposable and not rechargeable. Also I don't know how popular they will be as the full price is £6.99 - more or less the same price as a full pack of cigarettes but is only equivalent to 130 puffs, i.e. roughly 13 cigarettes.

PLEASE NOTE: E-Cigarettes contain nicotine, so if you don't already smoke, don't start, it's addictive. Also they're not classed as a nicotine replacement therapy device. You need to be over 18 to purchase from their website.

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Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.

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#1
y is so cold?
#2
Thanks
#3
Ordered thanks! Worth a go!
#4
Thanks, well worth a try for the price, Paypal too..
#5
Knowing British American Tobacco's previous background, I hardly think they will be selling these to help users break the smoking habit, but more to increase BAT's profits, by making users dependent on this alternative.

Edited By: giltbrook on Aug 19, 2013 09:41: Edit
7 Likes #6
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.
#7
This at the proper price equates to 5p a puff!!!!!!! What do normal e-cigs work out at?
#8
Argoj
This at the proper price equates to 5p a puff!!!!!!! What do normal e-cigs work out at?

This is why the new regulation on ecigs is coming into force, it will mean only the big Tobacco firms can afford to license the products. I currently spend around £100 - £150 every 6 months with these things it would cost that in a week.
#9
ZedEx
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.

Totally agree i have not smoked for a few days now although the £50 outlay may sound expensive it does work.
1 Like #10
ZedEx
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.

Couldn't agree more. Been happily vaping for nearly a year now...just wish I'd got introduced to it sooner.

I can't help but wonder if BAT are giving these away in the hope to give the wrong impression as to how good an ecig can be.
#11
Darroch
ZedEx
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.
Totally agree i have not smoked for a few days now although the £50 outlay may sound expensive it does work.

You really don't need to even spend that if you have someone to tell you what/where to buy but I would admit without help then buying a starter kit from one of the UK vaping sites for around that sort of money is the best way to start.
#12
ZedEx
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.

Totally agree I have a vapour and you can actually get a hit,I was smoking 30 a day but have been cig free for 6 weeks now these electronic cigs are like sucking on a weak silk cut.
#13
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good - it's ironic they sell cigarettes, yes, but really who cares? THIS is an ecig, THIS is comparatively healthier, so I will be using more of these if they work!.. I've tried a rechargeable one in the past, was ok but never got any more... but I will start afresh with Vype.
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JonnyBWOOD
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good - it's ironic they sell cigarettes, yes, but really who cares? THIS is an ecig, THIS is comparatively healthier, so I will be using more of these if they work!.. I've tried a rechargeable one in the past, was ok but never got any more... but I will start afresh with Vype.

This is a very expensive way to vape and won't give anything like the flavour, smoke or throat hit of say a Joyetech ego c (good starter kit). If you really want a good vape spend a bit more and get a variable voltage device like the evic combined with a tank atomizer ( over a period of a few weeks it would still be much cheaper than these).
#15
Thanks will order one of these with the discount
#16
mtc1
JonnyBWOOD
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good - it's ironic they sell cigarettes, yes, but really who cares? THIS is an ecig, THIS is comparatively healthier, so I will be using more of these if they work!.. I've tried a rechargeable one in the past, was ok but never got any more... but I will start afresh with Vype.

This is a very expensive way to vape and won't give anything like the flavour, smoke or throat hit of say a Joyetech ego c (good starter kit). If you really want a good vape spend a bit more and get a variable voltage device like the evic combined with a tank atomizer ( over a period of a few weeks it would still be much cheaper than these).

Thanks for the advice mate. Sounds a lot more complicated though, is it sensible to use these to get used to the product again, and then slowly get a rechargeable kit, and keep the Vype even then as a back up?
#17
I was showing this thread to a friend who is a heavy smoker, she said she had tried the electronic ones, which didn't do anything for her, but she had never heard of the vaporiser ones. Can anyone that is using these vaporiser types give her any hints on brands, and prices, from personal experience?


Edited By: giltbrook on Aug 19, 2013 15:44
#18
JonnyBWOOD
mtc1
JonnyBWOOD
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good - it's ironic they sell cigarettes, yes, but really who cares? THIS is an ecig, THIS is comparatively healthier, so I will be using more of these if they work!.. I've tried a rechargeable one in the past, was ok but never got any more... but I will start afresh with Vype.

This is a very expensive way to vape and won't give anything like the flavour, smoke or throat hit of say a Joyetech ego c (good starter kit). If you really want a good vape spend a bit more and get a variable voltage device like the evic combined with a tank atomizer ( over a period of a few weeks it would still be much cheaper than these).

Thanks for the advice mate. Sounds a lot more complicated though, is it sensible to use these to get used to the product again, and then slowly get a rechargeable kit, and keep the Vype even then as a back up?

None of it's complicated to be honest, have a look on youtube and you'll find plenty of guides and reviews. Once you've used a decent bit of kit you certainly wouldn't want to use a disposable (it would be like vaping fresh air).Something like these are a good place to start http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/electronic-cigarette-starter-kits/tornado-tank/tornado-tank-e-nic-compact-starter-kit-product.html or http://www.liberty-flights.co.uk/product.asp?id=180
You can then decide if you want to get into variable voltage or mixing your own juice.
This is the one i use http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/electronic-cigarette-starter-kits/torpedo-vvv/evic-kit-product.html with these tanks http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/replacement-coil-systems-2/tornado-series/tornado-rcs-silver-2-product.html

Edited By: mtc1 on Aug 19, 2013 15:58
#19
JonnyBWOOD
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good .

How can a company, that supplys a product that is reportedly responsible for the death and maiming of millions of people, be classed as a company supplying a product of good quality?
#20
Darroch
ZedEx
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.
Totally agree i have not smoked for a few days now although the £50 outlay may sound expensive it does work.
can you recommend any barnds/products that are worth buying
#21
giltbrook
JonnyBWOOD
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good .

How can a company, that supplys a product that is reportedly responsible for the death and maiming of millions of people, be classed as a company supplying a product of good quality?

BAT and most of the other tobacco companies have either started research on ecigs or purchased an existing ecic company. They aren't doing this because they know it's a less harmful product, it's because of the massive growth that will impact traditional tobacco products. It's no coincidence that new regulation over the next few years will mean only the big boys can afford the research to get the products certified. I'm sure the government will also have come to some agreement to charge a ridiculous tax rate in the future.
#22
giltbrook
I was showing this thread to a friend who is a heavy smoker, she said she had tried the electronic ones, which didn't do anything for her, but she had never heard of the vaporiser ones. Can anyone that is using these vaporiser types give her any hints on brands, and prices, from personal experience?

Fasttech are a chinese company, I buy all my vape stuff from there. Iclear 16 cartomisers work out at £1.85 each and an ego t 1300mah battery is around a fiver, all in all cheap vaping,
#23
Got one thanks!
#24
Can't believe a website like this is promoting a product like this - what next skunk of the day
#25
davt99
Can't believe a website like this is promoting a product like this - what next skunk of the day
Healthier living, is that a bad thing. I cant believe that ITV advertises loan sharks that live off the misery off people who have no money. Now THAT is wrong? 2750% apr. We need to get real here, these things can help people live a longer life and save LOADS of money
#26
cool been wanting to try one of these..
#27
Yeah fastech look good if you can wait a bit for delivery. Personally I picked up an starter kit Ego EVODand some juice and its great! havent smoked for 10 days much better than the VIP ecigs I initially bought.

This site is great for ejuice Joosejuice you can get tester size ones for £1.99 each loads of flavours

voted hot as may be ok as a backup

Edited By: SLYP on Aug 20, 2013 07:41
#28
mtc1
JonnyBWOOD
mtc1
JonnyBWOOD
ordered! You know with a brand as large as BAT the quality will be good - it's ironic they sell cigarettes, yes, but really who cares? THIS is an ecig, THIS is comparatively healthier, so I will be using more of these if they work!.. I've tried a rechargeable one in the past, was ok but never got any more... but I will start afresh with Vype.

This is a very expensive way to vape and won't give anything like the flavour, smoke or throat hit of say a Joyetech ego c (good starter kit). If you really want a good vape spend a bit more and get a variable voltage device like the evic combined with a tank atomizer ( over a period of a few weeks it would still be much cheaper than these).

Thanks for the advice mate. Sounds a lot more complicated though, is it sensible to use these to get used to the product again, and then slowly get a rechargeable kit, and keep the Vype even then as a back up?

None of it's complicated to be honest, have a look on youtube and you'll find plenty of guides and reviews. Once you've used a decent bit of kit you certainly wouldn't want to use a disposable (it would be like vaping fresh air).Something like these are a good place to start http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/electronic-cigarette-starter-kits/tornado-tank/tornado-tank-e-nic-compact-starter-kit-product.html or http://www.liberty-flights.co.uk/product.asp?id=180
You can then decide if you want to get into variable voltage or mixing your own juice.
This is the one i use http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/electronic-cigarette-starter-kits/torpedo-vvv/evic-kit-product.html with these tanks http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/replacement-coil-systems-2/tornado-series/tornado-rcs-silver-2-product.html

Totally Wicked is seriously overpriced unless you catch one of their 50-80% off Yoyo sales, the legion of other sellers sell exactly the same product for half the cost.

To others, I'm not going to plug any particular company, what I would recommend people do is go over to the UK Vapers forum for advice. You will spend a good few hours every week using these devices, if you can't be arsed doing half an hour of research because its too complicated you deserve the tat you buy.
1 Like #29
mat_w2010
Darroch
ZedEx
Forgot this and get a proper e-cig (vapouriser) rather than a microlite e-cig like this, the microlites are a waste of time imo. They dont give any real throat hit so you wont get the same effect.
Totally agree i have not smoked for a few days now although the £50 outlay may sound expensive it does work.
can you recommend any barnds/products that are worth buying

There's so much stuff out there that it does appear a bit daunting and complicated when you first start looking but once you have a bit of kit and get into it you'll see it's not only pretty straight forward but actually quite a fun hobbie....not that I would recommend anyone that never smoked to waste money getting involved!

Plenty of good online companies about, I started with Liberty Flights. Search the net for discount codes and you should get at least 10% off. This would be an ideal starter set...

http://www.liberty-flights.co.uk/product.asp?id=180
#30
Quit completely for an even hotter deal
#31
Intellicig are UK based, designed and tested regularly for quality.

Very good products, not the nasty cheap Chinese stuff most companies sell.
1 Like #32
I vape and I have a couple of ego-t batteries a couple of chargers, two kanger T3s clearomizers (atomizers) and lots of vanilla ejuice (18mg). And I think I have a great set up.
I tried a few clearomizers (atomizers) and settled on the Kanger brand as they are easy to use, clean and maintain (replace coils). Other clearomizers that I tried were difficult to live with, some were hard to draw and others left a burnt taste, but for me the kangers are great.
There are a multitude of different flavours and brands of ejuice, many of which are horrid in my opinion, so try a few to find your favourite. Vanilla is usually consistently good though and I get 18mg nicotine which is a medium to high strength. (they go all the way down to 0mg nicotene if you are trying to quit).

That's all my opinion of course, it is very much each to their own and some vapers are pasionate about their set up and their flavours.

You can even get vapourisers that look like old fashioned pipes :)
#33
Been vaping for over a year, to be honest if it looks like a copycat of a real cig then they usually are usually pants. I would highly recommend anyone starting start with an ego twist, as variable voltage is the way most people go in vaping.
#34
AscensionPaul
I vape and I have a couple of ego-t batteries a couple of chargers, two kanger T3s clearomizers (atomizers) and lots of vanilla ejuice (18mg). And I think I have a great set up.
I tried a few clearomizers (atomizers) and settled on the Kanger brand as they are easy to use, clean and maintain (replace coils). Other clearomizers that I tried were difficult to live with, some were hard to draw and others left a burnt taste, but for me the kangers are great.
There are a multitude of different flavours and brands of ejuice, many of which are horrid in my opinion, so try a few to find your favourite. Vanilla is usually consistently good though and I get 18mg nicotine which is a medium to high strength. (they go all the way down to 0mg nicotene if you are trying to quit).

That's all my opinion of course, it is very much each to their own and some vapers are pasionate about their set up and their flavours.

You can even get vapourisers that look like old fashioned pipes :)
Tried the Kangers but had trouble with 3 of them leaking, apart from that they were a lovely cool vape and very clean looking, could never figure out where the leakage came from
#35
Ordered for the cost worth a shot. I keep reading about the £50 outlay that's worth it...what for!!
#36
got mine today, will test it out later.
#37
Just watched a review on youtube for this. Apparently it gives out quite a bit of vapour but is tasteless and the battery life is 30mins. £6.99 for 30 mins oO
#38
mtc1
Just watched a review on youtube for this. Apparently it gives out quite a bit of vapour but is tasteless and the battery life is 30mins. £6.99 for 30 mins oO


yes, if your paying full price. I mentioned in my original post that it wouldn't be worth paying the full price.

I just wanted to share it as a deal to get one for free and just pay p&p but everyone seems to be marking as cold - even though there is a Chinese made one from a pound shop on here at nearly 500 heat compared to this UK made one.

I know disposable ones aren't the best choice, but it's a cheap deal for people to try them out rather than shell out for a proper kit. I used to use disposables when I smoked for when I visited my parents as they didn't know I smoked.

as for the taste, everyone's different, I can't stand the tobacco flavours so usually go for menthol and for other full kits fruit or bubblegum flavours.

with it being a big tobacco company launching these, its inevitable they will end up in the shops, so here's a chance for people to try them for cheap without wasting £6.99 when they next visit their supermarket.

maybe I'm reading into the comments too much, if so I apologise as I'm new to this, but I still see this as a deal and I thought that's what this site was for? I do appreciate everyone adding their views on which kits are best as it allows new e-cig users with alternatives.
#39
Thanks.. Worth a go for free xx
#40
Just ordered mine - been smoking for too long so going to give it a try

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