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  1. How safe are E-cigs ? Many countries have banned E-cigs, yet some people are calling for the NHS to provide them for free for those trying to give up smoking. I looked up information online, as i was surprised about reports that some countries banned E-cigs and I found it to be correct. Brazil and Singapore are just two countries that have banned them. If you are caught using them in Singapore you get an automatic $200 fine. There are multiple concerns about their safety from the batteries being a fire risk to the liquids available for the vaping. In many countries you cannot buy the liquids, because there are drug controls on niccotine being sold other than in a standard cigarette. I don't smoke, but i know many people who now use these E-cigs. I just wonder whether they are aware of there being issues with travelling to other countries with them.
  2. Surprised there's no tips tricks and recommended gear thread so here goes. Liquid - I vape a 50:50 mixture of 24mg RY4 and 18mg AV4 (acevapers organic RY4) - will be cutting the nicotine mg strength soon. Kit - Kanger MT3s Tanks with 2.4 ohm coils and the bog standard top 2 1mm wicks replaced by a 2mm Ekowool one on EGO-T standard 900 mah batteries. Tanks with head are £5 batteries off amazon for £8. Liquid cheap as chips except the AV4 which I pay a premium on as it's divine. I've now bought a volt/amp/ohm meter plus some Kanthal A1 Heat Resistance 1 Wire - 0.2mm with the 2m of Ekowool wick so that I can build new heads/coils for my MT3s tanks. Next step for me with be a variable voltage battery holder like the VAMO. So what you all vaping? For the best beginers guide to kit etc see here http://allaboute-cigarettes.proboards.com/thread/28309/pics-vids-get-started-abbreviations It does all look intimidating at 1st but I highly recommend going the rebuild-able route as you for a couple of quid outlay replace and tinker slightly with things to solve common issues. I paid £4 for 10 meters of coil wire and 2 meters of Ekowool. Once I figure out how to use me volt meter I'm building my 1st head around the 2mm Ekowool. You should also search youtube for how to clean and dry burn your kit for longer life.
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