"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".
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.
Got a tracking email from Royal Mail, so should get soon. Coolio!
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.
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?
the problem with the unbranded istick that you mentioned is that its basically a knock off which i advise people to stay away from. these devices contain high power batteries which can be dangerous and safety is not a concern to the people that make the knock offs. they will cut corners where possible and put crap electronics in unlike the real deal
Just filled a tankfull of this 'Virginia Tobacco' and its not bad at all...... finally found a tobacco flavoured juice that I can vape. I'll deffo be getting some more of this. A million times better than the 'British Tobacco' juice I got from 'onepoundliquid'..... that was truly disgusting.
It might actually be more of a crackle than a gurgle now you mention it X) Yeah, I'm not getting burnt or raw juice in my mouth so I'm sure it's fine. Cheers Jeff
My Aspire K1 will crackle as its heating the juice, but it doesn't gurgle. But as long as your tank is vaping ok for you, and you're not getting any unburnt juice in your mouth then it sounds ok.
Also the tank could be flooding the coil, in which case its a badly designed tank....... some tanks are better than others, some tanks go through juice quicker than others and some tanks kill their coils faster than others..... its a learning curve to find out what tank suits you.
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@SHOWMAN36 'one step at a time',but what I have done is cut out all the other dangerous chemicals contained in cigarettes. now I'm just reducing the nic level in the liquids. oh, not to mention saving loads of cash. :-)
provari and a genesis atomiser thank me later.
Pack for pack comparison, these are very expensive.
I've just given up (for one week) and am using these: http://www.treatyourskin.com/nicolites-disposable-electronic-cigarette/#fo_c=61&fo_k=8138ec11524846b8b066afa621bfe565&fo_s=gshuk Much more cost effective and disposable, so you don't need to mess around with charging. Just keep a spare on you in case it runs out. ;)
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