Every second that ticks by on a UK clock sees an additional three disposable vapes dumped onto a street, discarded into a verge, or thrown into a normal bin. The problem has grown to such an alarming level that companies are conducting research, politicians are thumping the air, and campaigners are loudly demanding action. The problem caused by casually discarded vapes leads to litter, toxins leaching into the earth, a loss of valuable materials, and an increasing risk of danger from fires in bin lorries and waste processing centres. What... Read More
Disposable vape pens have taken the world by storm. Millions of vapers worldwide love the convenience and funky styling of these compact e cigs. They are easy to use, and it doesn’t matter if you lose one when you are out and about. But the success of disposables has not been lost on counterfeiters. You won’t need to look very hard to find fake Elf Bars, Geek Bars, SKE Crystal Bars or any of the popular disposable brands.
The technology underpinning vaping products is constantly improving the way devices operate, the satisfaction they deliver, and helping to get smokers to quit successfully. With an eye to the future, manufacturers are now focussing on green issues and experts believe that vaping will be on the right side of history when books are written about it.
Before I attempt to answer the incredibly serious question at hand, I should point out that I am a bit OCD about matching my accessories. Well, when I say a bit OCD, I mean completely up my own you know what.
Disposable e-cigarettes have gone from being unwanted to a huge success for vape manufacturers. The United Kingdom embraced them with open arms due to the simplicity of use and advances in coil technology. But what happens when people have finished using them? Waste management experts are concerned.
What happens when you change the airflow on your atomiser tank and why might you want to consider changing it? The most wonderful thing about vaping is that if you don’t get on with a certain aspect of it, you can change it. Customisation has been the lynchpin behind e-cigs becoming the United Kingdom’s most popular quit smoking method – and mixing up your airflow is one aspect of that.
Most vape kits are relatively inexpensive and so it isn’t the end of the world when you need to replace them. But during the challenging economic times that we are all experiencing, it makes sense to take care of your hardware. If your vape kit boasts an integrated battery, when that battery dies, your kit dies with it. Replaceable batteries could save you money in the long run, but they won’t last forever either. Whatever the nature of your battery, it is worth looking after it.