The Nautilus X represents the peak of the Aspire atomizer development curve. Specially designed to provide a premium vaping experience with increased flavor, and unique U-Tech coil technology for all-new airflow performance, this is the future of micro tanks.
Poised to transform how vapers experience flavor and hassle-free day-to-day usability. The Nautilus X is the future. Born from the creative minds of the original global vaping pioneers, Aspire.
Following on from the success of the original iJust 2 kit, the iJust 2 mini e-cigarette offers an outstanding vaping experience, in a compact easy to use package. Utilising direct output means your voltage is drawn directly from the remaining battery power, this allows for all the benefits of sub-ohm vaping, great flavour and clouds of vapour without the need to adjust settings.
The 1100mAh battery will give most vapers over a day of use before the need to recharge, the built-in USB port allows pass-through charging so you can charge as you vape.
A 2ml e-liquid tank houses an EC atomizer head. With a natural cotton wick and a wide choice of atomizer resistance, there is something to suit every vaper. Adjustable airflow is achieved using the supplied airflow adjustment ring.
Don’t forget to select your e-liquid flavour and strength when ordering.
A sleek stylish body, powered by three removable 18650 batteries and engineered to include the latest technology on the vaping market, the iStick TC200W is another fantastic addition to the iStick series of devices.
Powerful with a wattage output of up to 200W, a comfortable button, large OLED screen that displays all your vaping information and easy to use selection buttons ensure the iStick TC200W is great for all vapers.
The durable flip battery door and ergonomic design means the TC200W is extremely comfortable to use, features four firing modes, temperature control (TC), variable wattage (VW), bypass mode and temperature coefficient resistance (TCR) mode – a versatile e-cig that supports a wide range of tanks and coils.
TC mode can be used with nickel, titanium and now stainless steel coils. TCR mode allows customisation of settings depending on the coil material used, further improving the accuracy of temperature control.
Designed with safety in mind the TC200W features dual circuit protection to stop over-charging and over-discharging, while reverse polarity protection ensures battery safety. A stainless steel spring loaded 510 connector is resistant to wear and an on board micro USB port allows for pass-through charging and firmware upgrade.
1 x iStick TC200W e-cigarette body
Output modes: VW / TC-Ni / TC-Ti / TC-SS / TCR
Output wattage: 1-200W
Resistance ranges: 0.05-1.5ohm (TC modes) / 0.1-3.5ohm (VW mode)
Temperature ranges: 100-315°C/200-600°F
Dimensions: 57mm x 37mm x 84mm
Colour: Black, Grey, White
With an extremely small design, integrated tank and battery, the iNano is a great e-cig kit for new vapers.
The 650mAh battery has a comfortable button and mini USB port for pass-through charging, meaning you can still vape whilst your iNano e-cigarette is on charge.
The 0.8ml e-liquid tank sits inside the device with a magnetic connector and is disposable, there is no atomizer to change. When a new one is needed simply refill a new tank and add the magnetic connector.
The iNano is extremely easy to use and maintain and probably the smallest e-cig on the market, great for new starters or regular vapers who want an e-cig for travelling or when out and about.
A beautiful, clear screen shows all your vaping information at a glance and large, responsive buttons make the iPower a pleasure to use.
Five output modes allow for versatility with a range of tank’s and dripper’s. Alongside the standard wattage and temperature modes there is also smart mode and bypass mode which allows your iPower to behave as a mechanical mod would.
Smart mode remembers your wattage settings for up to 10 wire resistances, great for if you are frequently changing between tanks and coils as it will automatically set your wattage to your preferred setting for your chosen resistance.
Upgradeable firmware will ensure your iPower battery mod is always up to date, while stainless steel threads and a spring loaded firing pin means no need for adjustments when using various RTA’s or RDA’s. Dual circuit protection keeps you vaping safe and helps prevent over charging and over discharging.
Key features of the iPower battery mod:
• Large 5000mAh battery capacity
• Up to 80W of power
• Five output modes including smart mode
• Five finishes with something to suit every style
1 x Eleaf iPower battery mod
1 x USB charging cable
1 x User manual
Output modes – VW / Bypass / Smart / TC (Ni, Ti, SS) / TCR
Output wattage – 1-80W
Resistance ranges – 0.05-1.5ohm (TC modes) / 0.1-3.5ohm (VW/Bypass/Smart mode)
Temperature ranges – 100-315°C / 200-600°F
Dimensions – 49.5mm x 23.5mm x 83.5mm
Colours – Bronze, Brushed Silver, Grey, White, Wood Grain
New vaping in public places advice recognises there is no one-size-fits-all approach.
Today (6 July 2016) Public Health England (PHE) is publishing new framework advice for businesses and employers to help them create their own policies on the use of e-cigarettes. There are now 2.8 million e-cigarette users in the UK and there is a need for appropriate policies in public places and workplaces.
PHE’s new framework helps organisations create e-cigarette policies that will support smokers to quit and stay smokefree, while managing any risks specific to their setting.
The framework acknowledges that workplace environments vary greatly and there is no one-size-fits-all approach; a factory or warehouse is a very different setting to a nursery school, with different considerations to make. It sets out 5 important principles for an approach based on our current knowledge of e-cigarettes.
Professor Kevin Fenton, National Director of health and wellbeing at PHEsaid:
The evidence is clear that vaping is much less harmful than smoking and that e-cigarettes are helping many smokers to quit.
This new framework will encourage organisations to consider both the benefits and the risks when developing their own policies on e-cigarettes.
Different approaches will be appropriate in different places, but policies should take account of the evidence and clearly distinguish vaping from smoking.
In contrast to the known harm from exposure to secondhand smoke, there is currently no evidence of harm from secondhand e-cigarette vapour and the risks are likely to be extremely low. There is also no evidence so far that e-cigarettes are acting as a route into smoking for young people.
Following extensive stakeholder engagement, PHE created this framework advice to give organisations 5 principles that will help guide the creation of a vaping policy that is right for them, covering the following considerations:
PHE’s framework advice has been published to coincide with a national stakeholder symposium on e-cigarettes and their role in tobacco harm reduction, held jointly with Cancer Research UK.
George Butterworth, Cancer Research UK’s tobacco policy manager, said:
E-cigarettes are still a relatively new product, so it’s understandable that many people and businesses may not know how to deal with them. The evidence so far shows e-cigarettes are much safer than tobacco and they have the potential to help people give up a deadly addiction. It’s important the benefit of using them are maximised while reducing any negative impact, and organisations need independent advice from Public Health England to set out their own policies.
Smoking is the country’s number one killer, causing nearly 78,000 deaths each year in England. While the long-term effect of e-cigarettes is unknown, and they are not completely risk-free, the current evidence indicates that they are significantly less harmful than smoking tobacco and are helping smokers to quit. Organisations need to consider the comfort of all colleagues, smokers, non-smokers and vapers, and show consideration when creating their vaping policies.
PHE is committed to carefully monitoring the evidence on e-cigarettes as it emerges and to communicating it so that policymakers and the public have the information they need to make informed decisions.