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Vaporesso Target PM80

Specifications:  Dimensions: 102mm*33.4mm*24.8mm Battery capacity: 2000mAh internal cell  E-liquid capacity: 4ml/2ml (TPD edition)  Power output: 5W-80W  Display: 0.96 Inch TFT  Charging: 2A Micro-USB  It’s starting to look like 2020 is the year of the AIO and not one to miss a trend, Vaporesso is throwing its proverbial hat into the ring with the Target PM80. With so much competition in…

US city to stop hiring vapers

A US city is to stop hiring vapers and smokers. The city hopes the move will encourage a healthy workplace and reduce medical costs. Applicants to Dayton, Ohio public sector jobs will be tested for nicotine and tobacco during pre-employment screenings. This will apply where the city has received ‘reliable’ information that the applicant uses tobacco or nicotine. Current employees…

#VapeNews July 29 2019

Getting you up to speed with the big vaping stories from the past few days WHO says e-cigarettes, ‘smoke-free’ products do not help reduce cancer The World Health Organization (WHO) has told smokers and governments not to trust claims from tobacco companies about their latest products. Programme manager of WHO’s tobacco control unit, Vinayak Prasad, said the development of new…

#VapeNews July 1 2019

Panic over the supposed youth vaping epidemic continues to dominate the headlines Here are three of the big stories doing the rounds at the beginning of the week. Vermont Vape Tax Today an eye-watering 92 percent tax goes into effect on all vapour products. State Rep. George Till, who is the main proponent of this new legislation said: “Youth are…

Smokers could save more than a third by switching to vaping

Smokers could save nearly £800 a year by switching to e-cigarettes, according to a recent study. Researchers at University College London (UCL) used data from surveys of 859 adult smokers and vapers in England to calculate the average weekly cost of nicotine products. At just £8.03, e-cigarettes were the cheapest option, followed by nicotine-replacement products like patches and gum at…

#VapeNews June 24

Three big stories to kick off this week in vaping UK youth vape numbers remain very low A newly-released study from ASH (Action on Smoking and Health) suggests that just 0.8 percent of 11-18 year old never-smokers vape, with only 0.1 percent of this demographic vaping more than once a week. Zero never-smokers in this group reported vaping on a…

San Francisco set to ban vape sales

San Francisco officials have unanimously agreed to implement America’s first e-cigarette sales ban. The ban would also prohibit the manufacture of vape products, forcing pod manufacturer JUUL to relocate. Officials hope that the ban will prevent youth from getting hold of the devices. However, combustible cigarettes will remain on sale in many of the same locations where e-cigarettes are currently…

FDA issues final PMTA guidance

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued its final guidance for vape companies seeking authorisation to market their products in the US. The Premarket Tobacco Product Application (PMTA) will require manufacturers to prove that their products are ‘appropriate for the protection of public health’. Products manufactured before 2016 will not require a PMTA. Acting FDA Commissioner Dr Ned…