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At under 5 inches in length its sleek design allows you to comfortably carry and store all of your vaping needs. It is the most practical case when it’s time to vape. The interchangeable medical grade silicone insert effectively holds your pen, concentrate tool, concentrate container, and charger.
Hydra four inserts are made specifically to fit the majority of vape pens on the market today. View Hydra inserts and find which option fits your pen. Hydra’s anodized aluminum finish is resilient for every day use.
The medical grade silicone insert securely holds your Pax 2 with a remarkable smell-proof cap and loose leaf container. This doubles as a way to easily remove your vaporizer to load on the go. The included stainless steel tool allows you to stir loose leaf for consistent draw.
An online survey conducted late last year by the Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives Association (CASAA) found that the overwhelming majority of questioned vapers attribute smoking cessation to the use of electronic cigarettes.
The self-administered survey was conducted in the months of November and December 2015, took about five to ten minutes to complete and was targeted at US-based members of the CASAA. Of the approximately 120,000 members, a total of 27,343 people completed the survey, and after excluding those who did not live in the United States and the few who were not at least 18 years old, 20,162 observations remained. Of these, a further 106 reported having never been e-cigarette users, defined by not having spent a total of $100 on e-cigarette products for personal use, and 238 declared they were not regular vapers, as defined by not having used an e-cigarette on at least 10 occasions in the last week. The statistics presented in the survey results are for the remaining 19,823 regular current electronic cigarette users.
Questions were organized into four main categories: Smoking History, Role of Flavors, Medical Advice and Response to FDA Ban Scenarios. 87% of respondents reported having quit smoking entirely after starting to use electronic cigarettes, 5% said they still smoked sometimes, and 3% had already quit before they started to use e-cigs. The remaining respondents were included in the 3% who had never been regular smokers, 3% who have an “other” answer and the few who declined to answer. Of the 980 people who answered that they still smoke, 34% reported smoking less than one cigarette a day on average, 42% one to 5 per day, and 23% more than five. The rest declined to answer. Of the 565 respondents who quit smoking before using electronic cigarettes, 48% said they were concerned that they would start smoking again and sought a substitute, 31% did not predict they would start smoking again but missed it and started using e-cigarettes because of that, and 21% gave an open-ended answer. Of the 17,186 respondents who quit smoking using e-cigarettes, 64% reported switching completely almost instantly, 21% reported dual-use but quit completely within a month, 11% used both for between one and six months before quitting smoking, and 3% used both cigarettes and e-cigs for more than six months. 94% of subjects reported having at least one attempt to quit smoking before using electronic cigarettes. Of these, 71% tried nicotine replacement therapies (NRT), 41% reported having used other pharmaceuticals (e.g., Chantix), 21% using formal counseling, 21% calling a quit line, 81% had tried unaided quitting and 8% had tried a different method. When asked about the role played by electronic cigarettes in their smoking cessation, 64% said they had started using e-cigs with the intention of quitting smoking, 25% started using e-cigs merely to cut down on cigarettes, but ended up quitting completely, and 11% started using e-cigs without the intention of quitting smoking or reducing the number of smoked cigarettes, but ended up quitting entirely. 99% of respondents said that they would still be smoking tobacco if not for electronic cigarettes.
Regarding the role of e-liquid flavors, participants had to mention using particular flavor categories regularly (defined as at least sometimes in a typical month): 83% reported vaping fruit or fruit beverages, 76% candy, soda or pastry, 30 % spice or savory (e.g., cinnamon, clove), 18% menthol/mint and only 19% reported vaping tobacco regularly. That pretty much destroys the theory that e-cigarettes are a gateway to smoking and that delicious flavors are simply a way of attracting children. Yes, it may be shocking to e-cigarette opponents, but it appears that adults like tasty stuff too.
Asked how often they use sweet flavors, 78% indicated that they use them more than other flavors or all the time, 14% reported using them some of the time and only 7% answered rarely or never. In contrast, when asked about how often they vape tobacco flavors, 48% said never, 25% rarely, 14% some of the time, and only 11% most or all the time. Of the e-cigarette users who had completely quit smoking, 72% credited tasty flavors with helping them give up tobacco, and of those who still smoke, 53% said interesting flavors are helping them in their quest to quit smoking.
The questions regarding what kind of medical advice subjects had received from a healthcare provider regarding the use of electronic cigarettes also yielded some very interesting results: Of the 65% of respondents who actually talked to a healthcare provider about e-cigarettes, 66% said they told the provider about their e-cig use and were encouraged to continue using them, 34% were told e-cigarettes were low risk, 26% got a neutral response, 5% told the provider about their use of e-cigarettes and were discouraged to continue using them and only 3% were told that e-cigarettes pose high risk. This data shows that despite the constant propaganda against vaping and electronic cigarettes, most healthcare providers actually understand the important role these devices can play in smoking cessation. They may not be very vocal in supporting them, but figures show that most support their use and even recommend their patients use them as a quit smoking aid.
From 2007 smoking of e-cigarette grown exponentially popular. Public been concerned about the safety using vapor products and answers they received was confusing cigarette smoke is safer but it still have nicotine in it which makes it addictive.it comes with a small little battery and a tank which is now called as atomizer or clearomizer, battery charger and e liquid. Many of the people are getting trapped by combustible tobacco and smoking vape give them a hope to way out.
There are surveys says more young people are smoking electronic cigarette and it’s been doubling every year. Middle schoolers are progressing wit e cigarettes and ending up in conventional cigarettes. Let’s keep all this surveys down and take a look at 2000 we had 23 percent of kids where smoking verses it changed now to 9 percent. So what we say is not trying to argue and say e cigarette is the best. But I would like to say e cigarette is 99 percent less hazardous than conventional cigarettes. Not trying to say start vaping but those who are smoking in a regular basis if we can convert them to e cigarette, they will have a better life. Smoketokz located at 1263 103rd street Kansas city help people understand the concept of e cigarette and make them a better healthy way of living
Think vaping as digital foam of smoking that requires three key components.
E liquid is a solution made of three ingredients
Propylene Glycol (PG)
Vegetable Glycerin (VG)
Both pg and vg are both substances we use every day. They are in our food, toothpaste, shampoo and so forth. PG is a component of e liquid that emulates throat hit when you are smoking. VG is the element which creates cloud when you smoking. The flavoring used is all food based. The same found in candy and deserts. Optional ingredient is nicotine which can be found in 24mg, 18 mg, 12 mg, 6mg and 3 mg.
The Tank is where the e liquid is placed. It have three central parts
Drip tip – where you inhale from
Tube – where e liquid is stored
Coil- Made up of spirally metal wire with cotton
E liquids get absorbed into the cotton which then gets heated by the coil creating vapor. The Mod is responsible for heating the coil and typically have one to three buttons. First button ignites the coil and the other two use to adjust the temperature control.
Once the tank is connected to the mode it’s ready to be used. So are you guys ready now to make cloud. Visit us at smoketokz Kansas city Missouri to get the best e liquid and mod.
Petite yet powerful, the eGo ONE is the One device for everyone. The eGo ONE is petite in appearance, as long as a real cigarette, but is powerful enough to produce vaporing cloud. The eGo ONE is 510 threaded and has a adjustable airflow valve. Rotate the ring on the atomizer base clockwise to decrease the air inflow, and counterclockwise to enlarge the air inflow. The eGo One kit has two drip tips included, a metal and glass version with thermal insulation.
The SUBOX Nano Starter Kit is the perfect starter kit for vapers looking for a sub-ohm and cloud producing experience without destroying your wallet. The SUBOX Nano Starter features the super popular Subtank Nano with the new KBOX Nano which can fire up to 50 watts! The Subtank Nano features a 510 delrin drip tip and a aqueous ceramic coating.
With it’s riveting fusion of wild cherry and ripe freshly pressed limes, Solstice makes for a perfectly balanced Summer afternoon. Shades on, feet up and you’re off to another planet.
In the swirling vortex of space dust wonder, Pluto takes its flavor blending to the delightfully fused extreme. With initial hints of dazzling watermelon, fall ripened cantaloupe and fresh honeydew; this flavor is essential for the melon-loving space cadet. If the introductory cascade of melon rage isn’t enough to launch Pluto to the top, it packs its last punch on the sugary bubble gum finish and light tinge of mint. Pluto is ideal for the ever-curious taste buds of those who find beauty in chaos.
Entranced with the fragrance of an autumn’s-eve apple cider, Astro evokes a subtly sly flavor of blended fruit waiting for collision. Astros initially makes contact with its lush orchard apples before capping off the experience with a wild strawberry exhale. The dazzling galactic collision of crisply tart apple and soft strawberry are enough to make any voyager take another flavor-fused orbit.
As the founding flavor of the Space Jam fleet, Andromeda continues to pack a nebula-laced punch that has flourished from galactic cradle to the modern age. Offering a compelling fusion of wild blueberry bliss and a pleasantly tangy pomegranate spray, Andromeda centers on the subtle yet flavorful spin on the classic mixed berry breed. Andromeda promises to keep its berry-core blazing into the next millennium and beyond.