- October 07, 2021
We all have ‘that friend’ that we love to bits but we wish would stop smoking. Smoking doesn’t make you a bad person but being friends with a smoker can be really frustrating at times. A recent study has revealed what people most think are the top 10 annoying habits of their smoking friends.
Before we have a look at the list I would like to say I know this list does not apply to every smoker out there and there are smokers that are courteous and respectful towards other non smokers.
1. Asking For an Ashtray
Usually the reason an ashtray is not present in a house is because it is a non smoking household. Smokers should not just assume that it is simply ok to light up because they are friends with you. In addition to this it is not ok to try and make someone feel guilty about the fact that you don’t want them to smoke in your home – “But I will have to go outside and it’s raining”.
2. Not Cleaning An Ashtray
On the flip side of the above a smoker can do as they wish in their own home, if they fancy a smoke then as long as there are no children or animals living there then it is no problem. However none smokers might be put off from visiting a smokers home due to the smell which can be intensified by not cleaning a used ashtray. Used, unclean ashtrays can be really potent leaving a foul smell.
3. Smoking Near Children Or Babies
There is probably nothing more annoying then someone else smoking near your children or baby. Evidence has also shown that adults that think they are keeping their own children out of harm by smoking outside the front or back door of the family home are still exposing their children to unacceptable levels of nicotine. If you take the conscious decision to have children then you own it to them to quit smoking as soon as you can, most preferably before they are born to provide them with a clean and healthy environment to grow up in.
- September 03, 2021
Are you planning to go on a vacation in the near future? If you are, it’s highly likely that you’ll want to bring your vape gear along. It’s really no different from traveling with a pack of cigarettes if you were a smoker – except that electronic cigarettes and vape juice differ from tobacco cigarettes in some very important ways where traveling by air is concerned. A vaping device has a battery, and vape juice is a liquid product – and airlines have special rules about traveling with both of those items. So, can you take a vape on a plane in 2021? What are some of the specific rules and regulations that cover traveling with your vape gear? This guide from Simply ELiquid will tell you everything you need to know about bringing e-cigarettes on airplanes.
Can I Take My Vape on the Plane?
There are no vaping laws in the United Kingdom that prohibit flying with an ecig. In almost all cases, you can bring your vape device, vape tanks and e-liquid on an airplane without worrying as long as you obey the rules and regulations that deal with packing liquids and batteries. There are only two possible exceptions:
- The airline has regulations on vaping that prohibit bringing vape gear on flights. It’s always wise to confirm that your chosen airline allows e-cigarettes on airplanes before you travel.
- Vaping is banned in the country to which you’re traveling. If there is a vape ban in your destination country, you risk potentially having your vape gear confiscated upon arrival when your baggage goes through customs.
You’re responsible for knowing all applicable rules when you travel with your vape. Make sure that you confirm all rules and regulations before traveling.
Can I Vape on the Plane?
No. All airlines forbid vaping in flight. If you’re caught vaping, you could
- September 03, 2021
If you’re new to vaping, buying your first vape kit can be a pretty overwhelming experience. Buying your first vape isn’t even the end of it, because you’ve also got to choose the vape juice for your new device – and from there, you still have to learn how to vape. What you need is a guide that introduces you to the world of vaping slowly by breaking down the process of switching to vaping into simple steps that are easy to understand and digest.
This is your beginner’s guide to vaping. In it, you’re going to learn how to start vaping. We’ll explain the pros and cons of the different types of vape kits and describe the components that you can expect your first vape to include. We’ll walk you through the process of buying vape juice for the first time. Most importantly, we’ll help you have the best possible vaping experience by explaining how to vape – step by step – from the moment you unpack your new vaping device.
What Are the Different Parts of a Vape Kit?
A standard vape starter kit consists of four basic components.
- The vaping device is the primary part of any vape kit. This is the component that holds the battery. It regulates the flow of power through the device and also provides the interface that allows you to vape and to change the device’s settings.
- The vape tank or pod holds your vape juice. At the centre of the tank or pod is the atomizer coil that heats the e-liquid and turns it to vapour for inhaling. The coil has a finite life. When it no longer produces a good flavour, it requires replacement.
- The atomizer coil is the component inside the tank or pod that draws power from the battery and generates heat to vapor