One More Electronic Step By Big Tobacco

Electronic cigarettes: No smoking, but lots of fuming

Can electronic cigarettes help smokers kick the traditional habit?

British American Tobacco / Vype Electronic cigarettes theres no tobacco involved, and theyre really more like elaborate nicotine inhalers that produce a flavored vapor are still a tiny part of the cigarette market. Retail sales in the U.S. could top $1 billion this year, some analysts say, but that would still be just 1% of the market . But some say they could overtake conventional cigarettes within the next decade , helped along by ever tighter anti-smoking laws, increased taxes on tobacco, and, in the long run, a regulatory regime that recognizes the devices as aids to quit smoking. No such claims are currently made electronic cigarette by e-cigarette manufacturers, who are forbidden from making such health claims without going through a lengthy approval process.
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Logic Premium Electronic Cigarettes

The Logic eCig had a longer battery life than the Blu eCig because the Logic has a bigger battery. However, I found a slight chemical aftertaste using Logic that I didn’t experience with Blu. Still, this big, classy-looking eCig allows you to exhale a billowy cloud of vapor and provides a decent throat hit that mimics the mechanics of smoking “analog” cigs, fairly well. And, the aftertaste of Logic didn’t make me as queasy as another competing eCig brand, NJoy . The Starter Kit Logic’s starter kit is nowhere near as fancy as Blu’s. You don’t even get a carrying case, which is unfortunate.
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But what about vapers, the name for people who draw on electronic cigarettes that spew no actual smoke? Instead, they inhale and then exhale e-juice as a vapor containing liquid nicotine, flavored with such tastes as fresh tobacco and cotton candy. Should they be subject to the same restrictions? FOR THE RECORD: E-cigarettes: An article in the July 6 Saturday section about the debate over the use of electronic cigarettes omitted the first name of John “JJ” Jenkins, owner of the Vapor Spot in Westwood.
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Vapor tales: Advocates say e-cigarettes help them http://humbertoncfc.wordpress.com/2013/07/30/industry-is-still/ quit

Josh Harris, owner of Smoke Revolt , right, sells flavored e-liquid nicotine to customer Michelle Mikesell, at his shop.

Fruity flavors such as strawberry, cherry vanilla, chocolate, and others, including tobacco, can be added to the cartridges, which come in various strengths. Twenty-four milligrams is the equivalent to two packs a day of tobacco cigarettes and 18 milligrams equals about a pack a day. When a user activates the e-cigarette, he or she receives a dose of nicotine, which can be spread out for however the person wants it to last.
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