Vaping, e cigarette and e liquid blog
New study reveals success of ecigarettes
Results of a new survey conducted by UCL, between 2009 and 2014, revealed that smokers are approximately 60% more likely to succeed in quitting if they use e-cigarettes.
Vaping survey on usage, regulation and effects to the ballot box
As we have found out over the past few weeks, vaping has more than tripled over the last two years, with 71% of ex-smokers and 36% of current smokers using ecigarettes to stop smoking entirely
Rechargeable e cigar
The new ROK Stogie range of rechargeable e cigars is here!
E cigarette summit
A public health debate on ecigarettes is taking place today at the Ecigarette Summit in London.
Latest evidence that e cigarettes may help quit tobacco
News of the latest study in e-cigarette users or vapers, is welcomed by the vaping community.
Vapers victorious in EU
As you know from our previous EU related news items, today was the day EU commission voted on proposed amendments to the TobaccoAgainst the EU ecig ban Products Directive (TPD). One of those amendments was to say that e-cigarettes are not medicines and should not be regulated or classified as such.
Australia considers banning traditional cigarettes
Australia looks set to be the first country to ban smoking altogether.
Not too late to have your say about the future of Vaping
During the summer break many continued to write to their MPs and MEPs explaining their experience with ecigarettes and the impact they have had on their lives. This cumulative writing and application of pressure has finally had a result!
ECITAs response to ENVI vote
Following the events in Brussels, we now have a response from the ECITA President Katherine Devlin. She posted her comments on ukvapers.org blog earlier today trying to explain what this latest vote means, what further processes are in place and the timeline for these processes.
Latest research shows that 'government regulation is regressive'
With the current talk of government regulation of e-cigarettes it is refreshing to see a new report that explains how this “will harm competition, increase prices and damage public health.”