has anyone that lives in the U.S ordered from them before and how long did it take? i cant seem to find that simple answer anywhere..thanks..
I admitingly haven’t sifted through many vendor sites that look like they were made in 1993 and got hacked and scrambled up to learn about mod brands and prices etc. I know a box mod with a strong battery can be had for cheap, but don’t want a box or pipe.
Budget is a low as possible, but I’m willing to spend more if you think it’s justified. Madvapes has <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/DIY-eliquid_c_42.html”>diy parts, so if it’s much cheaper and can link a good tutorial, I’m sure I can put one together.
Looking to get something like:
I don’t need VW
I don’t need it to read ohm
I don’t think I need built-in software that connects to computer or complicated menues or bells & whistles- I basically just need a safe (protected) long lasting VV battery that’s not going to blow my face off. I don’t think I’ll need a warranty if it’s credible.
I want a full-size mod so I don’t have to worry about battery life or carrying extra batteries, but nothing huge, as I’ll be carrying in pocket. I’d rather fat then long.
I’d appreciate direct links and for the battery and charger also. I only need one battery for now and will buy more if needed regardless how I know most of you suggest to have back-ups on hand. I read a lot of people get batteries off ebay cheap, so which should I get?
Thanks and have a good one.
Upon opening I saw this bubble wrapped brick of cards and I remembered my request lol. As usual, I run out of SI business cards often and keep forgetting to ask for more on my orders; but not this time! Lol, I asked Heather if she could include some in my order as I constantly give them out and she informed me that she sent along a hand written note to the shipping crew.. Either they were a little overzealous or they really want me to hand out more cards 😉
Hopefully this didn’t put SI in a business card shortage again as I’d be happy to send some back if needed, but I’m sure I’ll get them handed out eventually! Needless to say I won’t need to remember to request them on my next 50 orders or so! Probably have about 300 but I didn’t count them. I’ve converted so many people to SI already, I plan to just give them a chunk to hand out in the workplace and such. Happy to spread the word! Thanks heather!
E–Cigarette Users Upset Over Proposed Bill To Regulate sales – News9.com …
e-cigarette advocates feel the bill would give way for tobacco companies to start regulating vapor shops. "They're losing customers and they want them back. So if people are going to buy electronic cigarettes, which they can't stop, they want them to …
Read more on news9.com KWTV
E–Cigarette Vendors Take A Stand Against SB 802
"We feel that we are in a position to get people off of cigarettes," said John Durst, owner of OKC and Norman vapes, which sells electronic cigarettes. e-cigarette vendors like Durst argue their products can help conventional cigarette users quit …
Read more on KOKH FOX25
Electronic cigarettes grow in popularity, effects unknown
"I don't want to die of cancer," said Alexis Fox, who was buying her first electronic cigarette at Synergy Vapor Labs in Tempe. The owner of the store, Lee Phemister, said that's the No. 1 reason people walk in to buy his products. "I guess the habit …
Read more on FOX19
For more e-cigarette news, videos and daily updates, be sure to visit http://www.ecigadvanced.com/ To join our community visit http://www.ecigadvanced.com/fo…
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Researchers led by Dr Maciej L Goniewicz of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y., conducted a comprehensive analysis of the vapor from a dozen brands of electronic cigarettes under a controlled setting. They say that while e-cigarette vapors contained some toxic substances, the levels of toxicants were nine to 450 times lower than cigarette smoke.
“Our findings are consistent with the idea that substituting tobacco cigarettes with e-cigarettes may substantially reduce exposure to selected tobacco-specific toxicants,” the authors wrote in Tobacco Control. “e-cigarettes as a harm reduction strategy among smokers unwilling to quit, warrants further study.”
Boston University professor and ACSH friend Dr. Michael Siegel says “this study provides strong confirmation that electronic cigarettes are much safer than regular cigarettes,” but aren’t “safe in an absolute sense. It appears that the main risk associated with vaping is the potential inhalation of formaldehyde,” although he notes that the range of formaldehyde in e-cigarette vapor varied widely.
“There are some concerns about the long-term effects of vaping. Since these products have been widely used for only a few years, some concerns are warranted, but they’re not enough to strangle this harm reduction technology, as many in the ‘public health, anti-tobacco’ community would seem to prefer,” says ACSH’s Dr. Gilbert Ross.
ACSH’s Cheryl Martin noted, “While long-term studies are needed, it seems clear to me that if smokers switch from tobacco cigarettes to e-cigarettes, their health — and public health — will be significantly improved.”
ACSH’s Dr. Josh Bloom agrees. He says, “There are a number of excipients—common substances that are used to deliver drugs—that could be used in the case of e-cigarettes. Some may be better than others in terms of thermal stability, and possibly safety. But this is certainly something that can be addressed.”