Mother’s Day is coming up in a little over a week (Sun., May 11). Do you have something for your mom yet, or do you need some ideas? If your mom still smokes cigarettes, this is the perfect opportunity to introduce her to electronic cigarettes. Perhaps she’s looked for an alternative in the past, or thought about trying e-cigs, but wasn’t successful. Our WOW Vapor King Disposables are the perfect starting point.
Did you know that cigarette butts are the single most littered item in the U.S.? Not only that, but it takes 12 years for a cigarette butt to break down. Twelve years! Switching to electronic cigarettes makes sense for so many reasons. You feel better, smell better, save time, and save money. Plus, just by switching from smoking to vaping you are doing a huge part in helping to combat pollution. Most e-cigarette batteries can be recharged (aside from disposables) and at their end of their life, can be recycled. Since it’s Earth Day, we’re giving you some tips on how vapers can even go one step further in helping the environment. Continue reading
There are some pretty damn crazy, I mean CRAZY mods out there. If you think all ecigs look alike, you my friend are in for a big surprise. People have been modding their electronic cigarettes since the devices were invented. There are ecigs made of Altoids tins, Nintendo controllers and Atari joysticks. One company has even made vaporizers out of energy and pop cans. They have glass straws that serve as a drip tip. There are ecig mods made of all kinds of old school tobacco pipes. Here are the 5 strangest ecig mods out there.
It’s almost time for VapeBash‘s third annual vape meet! This Friday and Saturday, April 11-12, VapeBash will take over the Westin O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois. The Windy City Vapers Club produces this event every year to celebrate all things vaping. This event is super fun. If you discuss e-cigs on ECF, other forums, and in Facebook groups, it’s really fun to meet the people in real life (IRL) who you only know online. At the first VapeBash I met a lot of customers who I’d talked to on ECF, but never actually met in person.
Today an old friend from high school posted about ecigs on her Facebook Wall. Working for Vapor4Life I forget that there’s a lot of people who still don’t really understand vaping. I was happy to see that one of her friends who vape commented “How fast are they supposed to kill you? I’ve been using one every day for the past 2 years.”