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E-Cigs VS Tobacco Cigs


Tobacco cigarettes have numerous problems associated with them, but the most noticeable one is definitely the smell. With e-cigarettes, the odor is virtually non-existent. Unlike tobacco smoke that clings to clothes and stays indoors for days or longer, the vapor from e-cigs does produce a hint of whatever eLiquid is providing the flavor, but that dissipates in seconds.


With an average pack of tobacco cigarettes costing around $6.50 and many people smoking two packs a day, a cigarette addiction might be one of the most expensive habits a person can have. Yet, with e-cigs, many brands offer reusable products. At, nearly every product we sell offers an extended lifespan and can be replaced upon depletion, meaning purchases become much less frequent and ultimately offer substantial savings to frequent smokers.


Tobacco cigarettes are the leading cause of fire-related deaths in America.** With electronic cigarettes, that possible panic is alleviated nearly altogether. Although there is a heating component in the atomizer of all e-cigarettes that heats the liquid to produce vapor, there is no actual spark and E-Cigs offer much less potential for a fire hazard. 


Despite some uncertainties with the regulations behind electronic cigarettes, the FDA has clearly stated E-Cigs are less harmful than smoking***. First of all, there is no burning leaves and paper in electronic cigarettes, which is the leading cause of preventable death in the US. As a result, there are fewer chemicals in electronic cigarettes, meaning they don't omit nearly as many particulates into the air and offer less second-hand danger than traditional cigarettes.


Thanks to statewide smoking bans across the majority of the country, most smokers are stuck puffing their cigs outdoors. Not electronic cigarette smokers, though. Since there are currently no FDA or state regulations for e-cigarettes, E-Cig users can still smoke in most public places. Although certain facilities have regulations, e-cigarettes are allowed in numerous public places, ranging from bars and restaurants to certain offices and most outdoor events.