The Endura T20 – Next generation Flavor Chasing Vaporizer
It’s easy to vape great! Simply pop the protective top cap off and pop it on the bottom. Click the high quality power button three times to power on and the amazing PRISM T20 coils will create incredibly delicious clouds of flavors for you to savor & enjoy.
Vape the Endura T20 for a smoother, more open draw than the Endura T18 and the flavor focused PRISM T20 coils are designed and tested to wick high VG eliquids.
The Delrin cap is easy to twist open and fill and the 2ml Prism T20 tank is TPD compliant and registered.
The Endura T20 is charged via microUSB, has integrated high quality safety and charging protections and is available in 1500mAh and 1000mAh.
Powered by the Innokin A1 Chipset, the Endura T20 is small in size and big in performance!
Initially available in four beautiful and durable finishes (Black, Silver, Red and Blue) the Endura T20 is the ultimate, compact flavor chasing kit!
Incredible flavors at the touch of a button. Experience vaping bliss with the Innokin Endura T20.
Introducing the all new Aspire Breeze. The Breeze is our latest all-in-one device that employs a compact and ergonomic design, no matter how you hold or grip it, it feels good in the hand. The breeze has a built-in refillable tank that holds 2ml of e-juice and is compliant with TPD regulations. It also utilizes our U-tech coil which ensures you a flavorful vape. Not only that, its auto-fire feature adds even more convenience to your daily vaping, no need to press the fire button, just inhale from the drip tip and it will work for you. The fire button also helps further navigate the Breeze.
Aspire Breeze Dimensions
Aspire Breeze Automatic on/off
In addition to its simplicity and good looking in design, the Breeze is also super easy to use, just inhale from the drip tip without pressing the fire button, the breeze will work for you. Make sure the Breeze has been filled with e-juice before taking a inhale. Note: 1. Never blow directly into the mouth piece as this could potentially burn the coil and may cause a fire hazard.
2. Replace the drip tip protective cap when the Breeze is not in use.
Aspire Breeze filling
Fill the Breeze from the top, pull off the drip tip section, unscrew and remove the chimney unit, you can add your preferred e-juice into the tank. Be aware of the max fill line when filling the Breeze.
Aspire Breeze Atomizer
The Breeze employs U-tech coil to ensure a flavorful vape (Breeze U-tech coils are not interchangeable with Nautilus X U-tech coils.)
Aspire Breeze Exploded View
Aspire Breeze Charging
The Breeze can be charged from its Micro-USB charging port, maximum charge current can reach up to 800mA. You can also charge the Breeze by using the charging dock for more convenience.
The product features:
– Aluminum Anodized Black
– 24 mm Diameter
– 810 Drip tip
– 510 Adapter
– 24K Gold Plated Deck
– Clamp Snag System
– Short Ultem Drip Tip And Long Derlin Drip Tip
– Come With Gold Plated Brass Pin And Gold Plated SS Squonk Pin
For the first time, more than half of the UK’s electronic-cigarette users have since given up smoking tobacco, a study suggests.
Some 1.5 million vapers are ex-smokers, compared with 1.3 million who still use tobacco, a survey of 12,000 adults for Action on Smoking and Health found.
But Ash said the message that vaping was much less harmful than smoking had not yet got through to all smokers.
Some nine million still smoke in the UK despite a big rise in e-cigarette use.
In 2012, there were 700,000 vapers in the UK; now there are 2.9 million.
Rise ‘has peaked’
The main reason ex-smokers give for vaping is to help them stop smoking.
Current smokers say they do it principally to reduce the amount they smoke.
Scientists say current evidence suggests that the risks of exposure to toxins for e-cigarette users are likely to be low – and much lower than with tobacco.
Deborah Arnott, the campaigning health charity’s chief executive, said the figures on vapers who had quit smoking were “excellent news” but that the rate of people switching to electronic versions had peaked.
“The rapid growth in e-cigarette use has come to an end,” she said.
‘Much less harmful’
This is because more than a third of smokers have still never tried e-cigarettes, as a result of concerns about the safety and addictiveness of e-cigarettes.
But research suggests that 26% of people think e-cigarettes are more – or equally as – harmful as smoking tobacco while only 13% believe they are a lot less harmful.
“It’s very important smokers realise that vaping is much, much less harmful than smoking,” she added.
Ann McNeill, professor of tobacco addiction at King’s College London, said: “The message for the 1.3 million vapers who still smoke is that they need to go further and switch completely.”
People who combine electronic and standard cigarette smoking are still being exposed to the cancer-causing substances in tobacco smoke, increasing their risk of lung cancers, bronchitis and other diseases, although Public Health England believes levels of nicotine in e-cigarettes are unlikely to pose any significant health risk.
But critics say there is no convincing evidence that e-cigarettes help people quit smoking and argue they could even encourage non-smokers to start.
New rules on vaping are coming into force within weeks – and if you’re a vaper you will need to be aware of these changes.
The new Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 comes into force on Monday, May 20, and introduces a number of rules about the sale of e-cigarettes and e-liquids
Ahead of the changes to the law, the Plymouth Herald spoke to the local Trading Standards who want to make sure that all local manufacturers and retailers are aware of the changes.
Those changes include:
– All e-cigarettes and e-liquids must be registered with the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency before they can be sold
– Refillable tanks for e-cigarettes must be no bigger than 2ml capacity
– E-liquids cannot be sold in quantities greater than 10ml
– Unless registered as a medicine the strength of nicotine in an E-liquid must not exceed 20mg/ml
– The packaging of E-liquids must be child-resistant and tamper evident
– Certain additives such as the stimulants caffeine and taurine or colourings are banned
– New labelling requirements
Anyone who does not comply could face imprisonment of up to two years and/or an unlimited fine.
These changes to the law apply to anyone who makes or sells e-cigarettes and e-liquids including those who sell online via social media, auction sites or from their own website.
Trading Standards are particularly keen to get the message out to people who brew e-liquids at home to sell online as these are the most difficult business to reach.
Trading Standards manager Alex Fry said: “We are finding that shops are aware of the changes to the law but small online retailers are not.
With millions of buyers ready and waiting, there’s no better place for you to sell than eBay.
“We have found online sellers selling e-liquids in 100ml bottles with a nicotine strength over 20mg/ml. After 20 May this will be illegal unless the e-liquid is registered as a medicine.”