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Found 27th Jun 2015
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thanks

doesn't work for me

DanSkyline

doesn't work for me


It wouldn't work on my mobile or tablet but worked fine from my laptop. Try this link it may work e-lites.co.uk/exp…up/

Good find, working fine on my phone

thanks that link above works for me now

Thanks op

Thanks!

Thanks

Ordered. Thanks OP

thanks

Thanks

Banned

I tried these a while ago and was not impressed. I would recommend a proper vaper that you can refill with your own liquid of a taste and strength that you choose. You get a much more satisfying flavour and amount of vapour. Prices are roughly £20 on Amazon.

good gateway for those looking to get into real smoking too

Thank you very much

Worked on my phone, thanks

nebo

good gateway for those looking to get into real smoking too


What kind of 'Benchmark' is that for those looking to get off the stuff .....

thanks op
great backup

cheers OP

Cheers

worked for me on the mobile too, thanks :-)

says "competition now closed"

nebo

good gateway for those looking to get into real smoking too



Despite looking a bit similar to smoking tobacco, vaping is very different - almost every study has found that the number of regular vapers who didn't start as smokers is absolutely negligible.

And given that (according to ASH) over 2.5 million ex-smokers are now vaping, the gateway seems to be only away from tobacco!

Until legislation etc catches up & bans these in enclosed areas. In my experience (anecdotal) people aren't using them to stop, they're using them so they don't have to go outside for a quick one. When I worked in a school a very senior teacher used to "smoke" them in the staff room. Obviously not the same as smoking but still made me feel very sick (have no idea what she had in it tho).

I see more & more places are now banning vaping as well. It'll be interesting to see what happens to it once it's banned in a similar way to cigs

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Despite looking a bit similar to smoking tobacco, vaping is very … Despite looking a bit similar to smoking tobacco, vaping is very different - almost every study has found that the number of regular vapers who didn't start as smokers is absolutely negligible.And given that (according to ASH) over 2.5 million ex-smokers are now vaping, the gateway seems to be only away from tobacco!



As long as they ban them in public places and people do actually use them to stop as opposed to just ending up on these then that's all well and good. Still far too many toxins in these.

rfc4spl1

Still far too many toxins in these.



Only if you read the daily mail....

Uridium

Only if you read the daily mail....



It's a shame you had to post such an ill-informed comment about me and my statement. I know this from research in peer-reviewed scientific journals. I've known it for months, the evidence has been there for longer. Thankfully people are starting to cotton on to this and more studies are being done backing up the findings of the originals. I just hope there's nobody unfortunate enough out there to be duped by you if you're going around telling people these are completely safe.

rfc4spl1

It's a shame you had to post such an ill-informed comment about me and my … It's a shame you had to post such an ill-informed comment about me and my statement. I know this from research in peer-reviewed scientific journals. I've known it for months, the evidence has been there for longer. Thankfully people are starting to cotton on to this and more studies are being done backing up the findings of the originals. I just hope there's nobody unfortunate enough out there to be duped by you if you're going around telling people these are completely safe.



yes because your previous comment was very informative wasn't it ...(_;)....

At which point did i state they were completely safe again?? I can't see that it my previous comment??

Nope they aren't completely safe not at all...but whatever evidence there is that they are safe or otherwise is still very uncertain due to the lack of long term research...what every one of your studies will tell you though is that they are FAR safer than normal cigarette smoking which surely is a good thing is it not?

Edited by: "Uridium" 28th Jun 2015

Uridium

yes because your previous comment was very informative wasn't it … yes because your previous comment was very informative wasn't it ...(_;)....At which point did i state they were completely safe again?? I can't see that it my previous comment??Nope they aren't completely safe not at all...but whatever evidence there is that they are safe or otherwise is still very uncertain due to the lack of long term research...what every one of your studies will tell you though is that they are FAR safer than normal cigarette smoking which surely is a good thing is it not?



Well I claimed they weren't safe by implication as I stated they contained many toxins. You stated "Only if you read the daily mail" which, although it's a fine paper, I'm assuming you meant as a witty comment intended to imply that they don't actually.

The evidence is clear that they contain many different toxins. Separate research on the effect of these is well known and has been established for decades so it's safe to say that these are not completely safe.

It is a good thing if they're safer but too many people think they're risk-free and then have no intention of giving up e-cigarettes once they're on to them from real cigarettes.

Got a tracking email from Royal Mail, so should get soon. Coolio!

Mine arrived today, it doesn't come with a charger so pretty pointless. As far as the taste, bloody awful and hardly got any vape from it (maybe needs a charge but pointless to try this for free of you need to buy the charger). It went in the bin after I felt a loud popping when I inhaled it deeply though it actually made me jump.

rfc4spl1

The evidence is clear that they contain many different toxins. Separate … The evidence is clear that they contain many different toxins. Separate research on the effect of these is well known and has been established for decades so it's safe to say that these are not completely safe.It is a good thing if they're safer but too many people think they're risk-free and then have no intention of giving up e-cigarettes once they're on to them from real cigarettes.



"Safe," "risk-free"... You realise you're the only contributor who's used these words?
In two years of vaping, I've never heard a manufacturer, retailer or even vaper make these claims.

But I'm obviously biased.
Why not seek the opinion of the manager of Stop Smoking Services for Leicester City Council? - "Scaremongering about e-cigarettes is not in the best interest of patients".
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