Learn more about vaping and the different vape types.
Some new generation vaping devices, such as box mods, come equipped with LED screens which display information such as voltage/wattage and battery life. The digital screen enables users to adjust various settings and personalise their vaping experience.
Since 2007 and the introduction of the ban on indoor smoking, UK public indoor areas and businesses have been smoke-free. The laws banned smoking in all enclosed public areas, including indoor concerts. But what about vaping at concerts?
Are you looking at making the switch from smoking cigarettes to vaping? If so, you may have already investigated some of the differences between smoking and vaping.
Without a doubt, the best decision any smoker can make is to quit tobacco and nicotine entirely. Those who can’t or won’t quit may choose to switch to a smoke-free alternative instead.
Bonfire Night is always a popular occasion, with both public and private events going on up and down the country, but should you bring your vape or leave it behind? Beyond fire safety, there are regulations and etiquette to consider.
Heated tobacco differs from vaping because it heats real tobacco not an e-liquid and it differs from cigarettes because the tobacco is heated rather than burned. But what are the other alternatives to vaping?
If you’ve booked a holiday or cruise, you may be wondering whether vaping is permitted by your accommodation. Different cruises follow different countries’ rules and regulations and may also enforce cruise-line specific vaping policies.
When vaping, it’s important to keep your device clean for the best results. Residue can build up over time, affecting not only the taste but the performance of your vape. Vegetable glycerine – one of the primary ingredients in e-liquids – can make the coil a little dirty and sticky, meaning that less vapour is produced, and making the vapour taste slightly burnt as well.
Below we explore the main features of these smoking alternatives and answer some of the key questions you may have, such as ‘how is vaping different to smoking?’ and ‘what’s so different about heated tobacco?’
When it comes to alternatives to smoking, vaping is one that will often come to mind first and is a popular option. But what are the other alternatives to vaping? Read on to find out.
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