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Vaping (using an e-cigarette) is an alternative to smoking, which doesn’t involve the tar or combustion involved in smoking tobacco. A vaping device contains three main components: The battery device. Some vaping devices have built-in batteries that are charged via USB, others have batteries which can be removed and recharged with a specialist charger. The clearomiser or tank (which holds the e-liquid). This is usually made of glass or plastic and holds the e-liquid, and a coil that heats up the e-liquid that sits inside it. The e-liquid The battery heats up the coil inside the tank, which causes the e-liquid to turn into a vapour which is then inhaled.
Sales and proxy purchases of vape products to/for those under the age of 18 is against the law in England, Scotland and Wales. There is currently no age of sale restrictions in Northern Ireland, although this may change in the future.
The set up costs for a starter kit will vary depending on the type you chose. After that, the running costs would be for e-liquid to refill your tank, and replacement coils. Coils will usually last approximately two weeks, depending on the type, and cost just a few pounds each. Your local vape shop will be able to help you choose the best type of device for your needs, and guide you through choosing the best liquids to get you started. Switching from a 20-cigarette-per-day smoking habit to vaping could save up to £3,350.
E-liquid contains: nicotine (though not always), propylene glycol, glycerine, and flavourings. What goes into e-liquids made in the UK is heavily regulated, and our members only sell products of the highest quality which comply with current regulations.
No. The e-liquid on the UK market is below 2.0 per cent nicotine strength. Recently a number of bodies including ASH and the Royal Society of Public Health called for more to be done to ensure the public understand that nicotine is ‘not the deadly component in cigarettes.’ The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the MHRA have ruled that long term use of nicotine is not detrimental to the health of the user.
No. The batteries are the same type of lithium-ion batteries that are used in products like mobile phones and laptops. If they're used, charged and stored correctly, the batteries used for vaping devices aren't dangerous. Always buy from reputable suppliers, and follow the manufacturers instructions carefully. Never charge your vaping device with a charger that isn't meant for it, and never leave your device or battery charging overnight.
Yes. Vaping in the UK is heavily regulated. The primary regulation for vape products in the UK is the Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016. These regulations impose legal requirements on companies to test devices and liquids and to notify the results to the authorities. All of the shops you will find on google.co.uk comply with the relevant regulations.
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