posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 02:05 PM
reply to post by S1LV3R4D0
Good points about the those who vape tend to inform those who do not in a generally sensible way, as opposed to the usual scare tactics... however I
also think the UK government coming out on the side of those who vape has helped (here in the UK at least)
The fact that the likes of Sainsburys have taken up the mantel of selling ecigs is a really good sign, not sure what the similar company would be in
America.. but as far as branding goes they are a fairy well respected retailer..
To give you an indicator, it's the type of food retailer the advocates and uses things like traffic lights on food to indicate how healthy/unhealthy
food is.. and seeing them sell ecigs alongside that type of branding adds a degree of respectability.. which I think is great. as all the noises that
ran along the lines of banning ecigs had me worried for a while.
Glad you have had some good experiences... jsut checked my order history and it seems I have been vaping over 3 years now.. LOL, time flying wheay to
and I am only on my second device type...
Although I do have some decent shops and outlets around me I have stuck with one model now for the last 2 years, although I have to admit that I am
tempted with one of the newer tank ones.. LOL, I've not got that far yet as the batteries I brought 2 years ago are still working fine, only now I'm
running out of atomisers, which they no longer make *boohoo rubs eyes*
guess there comes a time for change..
Interestingly, one of the Universities in England have designed a new tank based ecig, now sure if I like it.. but it is good to see an interest
being taken from other quarters that are not just China.. that can only be a positive forward direction and certainly undermines the NRT studies that
attempt to slam ecigs based on the notion of cheap/substandard manufacturing from China..
Anyway rambled enough as it is... good to chat to you