E-smokes rising: Sales skyrocket for ‘healthier’ nicotine fix
But w hat’s great about the ModelTwo is from the first hit until the last pull, the experience is consistent. Kevin Smith/Business Insider Ploom’s Pax vaporizer. The Pax takes loose leaf tobacco while the ModelTwo uses pods. The ModelTwo is Ploom’s second foray into tobacco vaporizing devices.
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Antismoking groups push for veto of R.I. e-cigarette legislation
The legislation comes as more attention is being focused on the products, which have been widely distributed for less than a decade. But with no federal regulations yet, states such as Rhode Island seeking to impose laws are faced with a basic but critical question: how to define an e-cigarette. Nine states, including Vermont and New Hampshire, have revised their definition of tobacco products to include e-cigarettes and other related products, according to Kevin OFlaherty, advocacy director for the national Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
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E-Cigarettes: The Last Bastion Of My Analog Life Goes Digital
These days, there are a lot of choices. The most popular brands are NJOY (which notorious Silicon Valley wag Sean Parker has invested in ), Green Smoke, blu eCig, Logic and 21st Century. If you look online, you will find hundreds of different brands made by companies across the world. Honestly, it’s almost impossible to really tell the difference between them. Some come as a stand alone package you can buy in a convenience store (blu); others can only be ordered online. Some create a lot of smoke-like vapor when you exhale, while others emit very little.
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“Because you’re still inhaling nicotine, you’re still getting a ‘semi-fix.’ I honestly thought I’d never quit smoking. I loved smoking cigarettes too much,” she added. West Brighton resident Jena Murphy, 37, says she “swears by electronic cigarettes.” “After smoking for 15 years, I tried everything to quit — gum, patches, pills — and nothing worked.
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