At TABlites we’re always looking for the next great vaping product to let our customers know about, and this time we’ve been working with Kangertech to bring you the finest in Cloud Vaping atomisers and devices. Presenting the brand new Subox Mini Kit! This kit contains Kanger’s own KBox Mini...
GQ Vapes hail from California, USA, where they spend all their time crafting fantastic e-liquids in a dizzying array of delicious flavours. The GQ in their name is short for Good Quality, and it’s no idle boast; these liquids are absolutely fantastic. All made with a 50/50 PG/VG base to...
If you’ve ever had a look through our product ranges here at TABlites, you’ll notice that we’re big on choice - you’re spoilt for it, in fact. We pride ourselves in the fact that we stock so many different e-cig devices and accessories, because it means that we can cater for an enormous number of people.
Not only can you pick from all different types of electronic cigarettes themselves - the shape, the colour, and so on - and kit yourself out with loads of modifications which personalise the whole experience, but you can also choose from a wide range of flavours.
Some would argue that there’s so much choice in our range of e-liquids that you don’t know where to start or what to choose. We appreciate this, and because of this we’ve decided to compile a guide in the form of this blog post, in order to help those who are stuck on which flavour(s) to choose.
Recently there has been a lot of mentions of electronic cigarettes malfunctioning during charging, which might be a worry to some people.
In every case so far the electronic cigarette in question has been plugged into the mains or into a car via a USB-to-Mains adapter plug or an in-car charger.
There have been reports recently that fake Apple mains chargers are circulating, due to their cheapness and availability. When plugged into an Apple product a message is displayed stating that the charger isn’t genuine and may cause malfunctions.
Leaked EU Memo Shows Blatant Disregard for Peoples' Health and Rights.
The EU are at it again, even after we stopped their ridiculous medical classification idea they seem to be gearing up to try again.
This time it isn’t anything to do with medicine though, it’s essentially an outright ban.
A confidential memo being passed around behind closed doors in Brussels has been leaked, and is available to read at the Nicotine Science and Policy website which you can see by clicking this sentence.
Here at Team TABlites we love a challenge, so we thought for this October why not let everyone else in on the fun?
This month at TABlites we’re challenging everyone to switch from tobacco cigarettes to TABlites electronic cigarettes.
That’s right, for one month don’t smoke; vape! We really think that once you’ve tried it you won’t want to go back.
The current EU Tobacco Directive was brought into effect in 2001 and covers a broad range of topics related to the sale and use of tobacco products.
Recently a new revision was drafted to respond to what have been described by the European Commission as “several market, scientific and international developments in the tobacco sector…” which mean “…the existing rules present a number of weaknesses, gaps and loopholes. “
E-Cigs are NOT a Medicine
The recent move by the government to brand electronic cigarettes as a medical product is ill-conceived and will be hugely damaging not only to the e-cig industry, but also to public health.
No reputable electronic cigarette company in the UK claims that their product helps people to quit smoking. A ‘medicine’ by definition should cure or alleviate the symptoms of a disease, electronic cigarettes do not do this; the nicotine addiction is still present and has not been lessened when a smoker switches to e-cigs. The only difference is the lack of thousands of toxic chemicals found in cigarettes that are extremely harmful to the user.
Many people are worried regarding the safety of using electronic cigarettes, citing that they are as yet untested and an unknown quantity. This, however, is just not true.
Every component of the devices and every ingredient in e-liquids has been extensively tested and used over years, even decades.
Electronic cigarettes do not contain the myriad harmful substances found in the smoke produced by burning tobacco; over 3000 chemicals including benzene, hydrogen cyanide, formaldehyde (a common embalming fluid), chromium (a poisonous metal) and polonium-210 (a highly radioactive metal) to name but a few. None of these things are found in the vapour from e cigarettes.
Electronic Cigarette Terminology and Glossary of Terms
A guide to the terms used in relation to electronic cigarettesA | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | #123... | Regulation
Every atomiser has an air hole or air path of some sort. The size of the air hole determines how tight or loose the draw will be and how much air can get to the coil to produce vapour.
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