How it works
Electronic cigarettes are an authentic alternative to real cigarettes and come in many shapes and styles. However, the basic principles of this innovative new technology are the same.
The e-cigarette is an electronic device that vapourizes liquid (e liquids) in an atomizer, allowing the user to inhale it and then exhale it as water vapour. This is very similar to actually smoking a traditional cigarette.
E-cigs can usually be used indoors and in most public places (as long as the establishment’s management is agreeable to their use). They provide a cost effective method of delivering nicotine to the user as most e-cigs are suitable for prolonged use.
Electronic cigarettes are available in a wide range of flavours so that there is something available to suit every taste. Our electronic cigarettes use pre-filled cartomizer refills with built in atomizers – this reduction in components make them simple to use and much less fiddly than some e-cigs. Our FUSE Kit is a favourite with our customers, with its e-liquid method of refilling, allowing users to take advantage of the wide array of flavours in our E-liquid Store.
Electronic cigarettes are exempt from the Smoking Ban which resulted from the Health Act 2006. There is no flame or burning involved and no anti-social fumes or risk of passive smoking.
The cartomizer in the e-cig heats the e-liquid, producing a vapour. This is inhaled by the user via the silicon mouthpiece (tip). Once activated (by switch or by inhaling), our electronic cigarettes provide a truly authentic experience.
The e-liquids we use in all of our products contain propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine and nicotine. Propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine have long been deemed safe for human consumption. The nicotine will satisfy your craving in much the same way as a traditional cigarette without all the health risks associated with burning tobacco leaves.
- Legal to use both indoors and outdoors
- Less harmful to you and to others
- Smoke free, tobacco free and tar free
- Big savings of up to £2,000 per year