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E-Cig Questions & Answers

What is the best e-cigarette?
The best e-cig is a matter of personal opinion. Light smokers may prefer smaller device styles such as a disposable e-cig or cig-a-like, both of which resemble tobacco cigarettes in size, shape, and looks . Heavy smokers usually prefer bigger devices such as vape mods or box mods that are much bigger and heavier than tobacco cigarettes. Many smokers find that starting with a smaller device and working up until they find a satisfying device is the best way to find the perfect e-cig for their needs.
What is the best way to switch to e-cigs?

Making the switch from tobacco cigarettes to e-cigarettes is different for everyone, but most e-cigs users (vapers) describe a transitional period where they smoked and vaped at the same time until they eventually enjoyed vaping more than smoking. This period of dual usage varies for each user. Some smokers may be able to switch in a matter of days, others may take weeks or months before they become completely tobacco free. Still, some smokers continue to use both tobacco and e-cigs with no intent on switching completely.

What are the different type of electronic cigarettes?

The main types of electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs are: Disposables, Cig-A-Likes, Vape Pens, Vape Mods, Box Mods, Herbal Vapes, and Mech Mods. Almost all e-cigarettes or vapes can be categorized into one or more of these styles.

Are e-cigarettes safe?
Nothing tells us that electronic cigarettes are 100% safe. Many health professionals believe that e-cigs are less harmful than tobacco cigarettes and encourage smokers who cannot quit smoking to use e-cigs instead of tobacco. There are many benefits to using e-cigs over tobacco, but they are not totally safe to use and should only be used by people who already smoke as an alternative to smoking.
Are e-cigs cheap to use?
Using e-cigs instead of tobacco can save smokers a lot of money in the long-run. Due to e-cigs ability to be refilled and recharged, they are cheaper than buying tobacco cigarettes. With an average cost of $7.26, a pack of smokes will cost a pack a day smoker about $2,650 per year. An equivalent amount of e-liquid (nicotine juice) and 2-3 complete e-cigarette kits costs around  $800-$1,000 per year.  That's a savings of about $30 a week or $1,650 a year!
How do I use E-cig reviews to find the right device?
Reading e-cig reviews can be one of the best ways to find the right device for your needs. There are many people out there who like to give their opinion about the different e-cigarettes they use in order to help others. These reviews can help you identify certain qualities or features of a particular e-cig that you may enjoy. They can also help you find issues or problems with a device before you buy it, saving you time and money.
What is an e-cig starter kit?
E-cig starter kits are complete kits that include everything you need (except the e-liquid) to start vaping. These kits allow vapers to buy all the components they need without having to buy each separately. Many times these kits are cheaper than buying each component separately as well. Simply assemble the components, charge the battery, fill with e-liquid, and you're ready to vape.
Will my e-cig explode?
The chance an e-cig will explode is EXTREMELY LOW, but it has happened. All e-cigarettes use batteries that store a large amount of energy and there have been incidents where these batteries have ruptured and exploded, hurting people and causing property damage. Most of these incidents have had an identifiable cause such as using the wrong charger, using defective equipment, modifying the device's intended use, or improperly storing batteries. There are steps you can take to safely use your device and reduce the risk of battery failures.
Is second-hand vapor dangerous?
According to a BMC Central study, “Current state of knowledge about the chemistry of liquids and aerosols associated with electronic cigarettes indicates that there is no evidence that vaping produces inhalable exposures to contaminants of the aerosol that would warrant health concerns.” This doesn’t mean that vapers have the right to blow their puffs in everyone’s face, or even to do it anywhere they want, especially until more research is done, but in the meantime the fact that the e-cigarette aerosol seems fairly benign should be a comfort to those who are worried about the potential for harmful outcomes of second-hand exposure.
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