electric cigarette liquid 29p @ Home Bargains
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electric cigarette liquid 29p @ Home Bargains

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Found 11th Jan 2016
E cig liquid only 29p in Home bargains

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Nicotine content?

Banned

I've done away with the middle man and just drink this.

can u use these in oil burners?

What's the brand name and the flavours?

Wow, may go and grab some of these on the way home, I have anosmia and so does not matter if they are terrible flavours as I can't tell

Good price but that's so cheap it's actually off putting.

More expensive I know but I'll happily stick with vapology as that's not killed me yet and I prefer a 80/20 PG/VG mix.

Even better - GET OFF THE DRUGS!

Towelie

Good price but that's so cheap it's actually off putting.More expensive I … Good price but that's so cheap it's actually off putting.More expensive I know but I'll happily stick with vapology as that's not killed me yet and I prefer a 80/20 PG/VG mix.



​that is like another language to me lol X)

Why non smokers suddenly start smoking these things is beyond me! And pretty retarded!

I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can cause popcorn lung, which gives you the lungs of a chronic asthmatic for life. Giving up is good but replacing it with this, not so much.

Why do many attractive women smoke ??

LOUGHBORO GUY

Why do many attractive women smoke ??



because its cool!

Besford

Even better - GET OFF THE DRUGS!



But coffee is sooooo good and now I can vape it too!

tried these and the tobacco flavour is 29p worth

LOUGHBORO GUY

Why do many attractive women smoke ??



Because they like to be associated with well known brands.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Why do many attractive women smoke ??



Well, I have asked the wife to cut back, but she argues it adds to her 'allure'...

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/blog/wordpress_uploads/2013/07/2-experience.jpg

Mmm. Inhaling cheap chemicals. Lovely

KittyKate

I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can … I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can cause popcorn lung, which gives you the lungs of a chronic asthmatic for life. Giving up is good but replacing it with this, not so much.



​are you talking about these partcular liquids, or liquids in general?

KittyKate

I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can … I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can cause popcorn lung, which gives you the lungs of a chronic asthmatic for life. Giving up is good but replacing it with this, not so much.



says the reports funded by big tobacco.

the only 'truly' independent report says they are 95% less harmful than analogue cigarettes: gov.uk/gov…pdf

can you mix this with vodka

I make liquid myself, and even make it for a couple of work colleagues at fair prices. It's not difficult as long as you've got a basic grip of maths (there's good e-liquid calculator phone apps to give you quantities you need too)..

I haven't done an exact costing but the raw materials for 500ml of my liquid (I make 500ml at a time, it steeps as I decant it!) costs about £22 - and that's using expensive flavour concentrates @ £9 for 30ml (good for about 250ml finished product) and trustworthy suppliers of nicotine base, PG and VG.

No doubt I could get the cost down more but I'm still addicted to my Red Astaire and personally would rather stick to 'trustworthy' nicotine. Which basically means avoiding China where possible

So using that rough guide, for personal consumption, I pay around 44p per 10ml, not including the cost of bottles but for personal consumption I reuse bottles I've accumulated.

I guess I need to include other bits like syringes / pipettes e.t.c. but you get the idea, it's not that dear to make it yourself and you get a FAR better product than some of the cheap shop junk.
Edited by: "chippytea" 11th Jan 2016

forget buying these cheap crappy flavours. Its better and cheaper to make your own! And its easy to make it too, google it. Ever since I learned, I've not bought any for almost a year now and can make the top brand ones such as suicide bunny etc for cheap and I know exactly what's in it.

KittyKate

I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can … I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can cause popcorn lung, which gives you the lungs of a chronic asthmatic for life. Giving up is good but replacing it with this, not so much.



Maybe you should stop reading the daily mail.......and read a proper report on E-Cigarette safety as posted above by chrissatchell already. link

If you use toothpaste and eat ice cream you are already consuming the base elements used in reputable E-Liquids.
Vegetable Glycerin and Propylene Glycol.


For good quality e-Liquids with excellent flavour at a sensible price try here.
onepoundeliquid.com


Edited by: "Uridium" 11th Jan 2016

LoRdPlOps111

Well, I have asked the wife to cut back, but she argues it adds to her … Well, I have asked the wife to cut back, but she argues it adds to her 'allure'...


Actually i thought she looked good for 35 (_;)

(Not disputing anything).

But do you really think that you can compare items that you consume (stomach) to your lungs?

Maybe we should figure out how to get potatoes into our lungs.

I've found the most realistic flavour is achieved by collecting all the dog ends around, put them in a bucket and let them stew for a week then condense down and use.

In 50 years time people will be dropping like fly's "they said it was better than smoking"

MrHot

(Not disputing anything).But do you really think that you can compare … (Not disputing anything).But do you really think that you can compare items that you consume (stomach) to your lungs?Maybe we should figure out how to get potatoes into our lungs.



That's easy, just watch something funny - not Celebrity Juice or Michael Mcintyre - whilst eating a plate of chips.



Do you drink alcohol, tea/coffee etc?


It's a good job hardly anyone ever does that. According the recent Healthy Ireland survey by the Irish government, 0.1% of people who have never smoked use e-cigs.


That "study" failed to mention that a cigarette contain several hundred times more diacetyl, the substance linked with popcorn lung, than an e-cig cartridge. It also failed to mention that the diacetyl levels associated with industrial workers getting popcorn lung were even higher than cigarette exposure. It is of course a concern as to why levels of diacetyl were found in some brands and perhaps action should be taken to either ensure it is limited or removed completely.

I'm not sure why but there's a lot of scaremongering and sensationalism with something that is obviously somewhat a safer, maybe not 95% safer as PHE suggested but still, and viable alternative to tobacco. Yes we don't have a lot of data

Besford

Even better - GET OFF THE DRUGS!

Stevet29

Why non smokers suddenly start smoking these things is beyond me! And … Why non smokers suddenly start smoking these things is beyond me! And pretty retarded!

KittyKate

I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can … I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can cause popcorn lung, which gives you the lungs of a chronic asthmatic for life. Giving up is good but replacing it with this, not so much.

KittyKate

I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can … I read that these liquids contain all sorts of unregulated junk and can cause popcorn lung, which gives you the lungs of a chronic asthmatic for life. Giving up is good but replacing it with this, not so much.



How do you know that the popcorn lung study was funded by big tobacco?

chrissatchell

says the reports funded by big tobacco.the only 'truly' independent … says the reports funded by big tobacco.the only 'truly' independent report says they are 95% less harmful than analogue cigarettes: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/457102/Ecigarettes_an_evidence_update_A_report_commissioned_by_Public_Health_England_FINAL.pdf



And it is a bit ironic that loads of companies have gone to the government to supply e-cigs through the NHS, which have all been rejected, but the one of the biggest tobacco companies in the world BAT come up with one and hey presto the government have given it a licence so can buy through a chemist!!

chrissatchell

says the reports funded by big tobacco.the only 'truly' independent … says the reports funded by big tobacco.the only 'truly' independent report says they are 95% less harmful than analogue cigarettes: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/457102/Ecigarettes_an_evidence_update_A_report_commissioned_by_Public_Health_England_FINAL.pdf



And it is a bit ironic that loads of companies have gone to the government to supply e-cigs through the NHS, which have all been rejected, but the one of the biggest tobacco companies in the world BAT come up with one and hey presto the government have given it a licence so can buy through a chemist!!

anewman

Nicotine content?



I always find these shops that sell the cheap liquids generally only do them in the high nicotine range for some reason

Store specific

MrHot

(Not disputing anything).But do you really think that you can compare … (Not disputing anything).But do you really think that you can compare items that you consume (stomach) to your lungs?Maybe we should figure out how to get potatoes into our lungs.



​gin!?

Probably best not to use these if you don't want to die.

LoRdPlOps111

Well, I have asked the wife to cut back, but she argues it adds to her … Well, I have asked the wife to cut back, but she argues it adds to her 'allure'...


That reminds me... Benidorm is on tonight

chippytea

I make liquid myself, and even make it for a couple of work colleagues at … I make liquid myself, and even make it for a couple of work colleagues at fair prices. It's not difficult as long as you've got a basic grip of maths (there's good e-liquid calculator phone apps to give you quantities you need too)..I haven't done an exact costing but the raw materials for 500ml of my liquid (I make 500ml at a time, it steeps as I decant it!) costs about £22 - and that's using expensive flavour concentrates @ £9 for 30ml (good for about 250ml finished product) and trustworthy suppliers of nicotine base, PG and VG.No doubt I could get the cost down more but I'm still addicted to my Red Astaire and personally would rather stick to 'trustworthy' nicotine. Which basically means avoiding China where possible :DSo using that rough guide, for personal consumption, I pay around 44p per 10ml, not including the cost of bottles but for personal consumption I reuse bottles I've accumulated.I guess I need to include other bits like syringes / pipettes e.t.c. but you get the idea, it's not that dear to make it yourself and you get a FAR better product than some of the cheap shop junk.


I have seen you tube videos, but never got around to it. I am awarethat you need 3 components to make the liquid. But I wonder how much do these cost to buy? How much would you make, and how much would you save compared to say bargains like 99p store etc?

I have seen you tube videos, but never got around to it. I am aware that you need 3 components to make the liquid. But I wonder how much do these cost to buy? How much would you make, and how much would you save compared to say bargains like 99p store etc?

BuckRodgers666

Probably best not to use these if you don't want to die.


Hmm Daily Mail website offline tonight? You seem to all be on here instead....
Best not drive a car, cross a road, drink alcohol, eat red meat.... Hell best just stay in bed.. Ah people die in bed as well.....
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done a presentation on e cigs not too long ago. just ensure you know what is in this particular e CIG and the concentration of each. you do have to wonder why this one is cheap all of a sudden...
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