Electronic Cigarettes & Smokeless Nicotine
I don’t want to quit smoking, I want to smoke wherever and whenever I want, without the hassle, and without “bothering” anyone, and electronic cigarettes are the answer.
My Own History with Electronic Cigarettes
It was January 2007, and I was walking down the aisle at CES in Las Vegas, when I saw a guy standing in a booth “e-smoking” with an electronic cigarette.
Immediately, I saw technology solving our society’s answer to the restrictive new laws and rules about nicotine, AND I saw how I could smoke in the poker room later that night, and even on my plane ride home. I bought a sample electric cigarette unit on the spot, and I’ve been a fan ever since.
In the summer of 2009, I personally abandoned my use of the old three piece technology, and here’s why…
These “electric cigarettes” or “esmokes” whatever you prefer to call ‘em have come down in price a lot over the years, but JUST LIKE COMPUTERS, technology has dramatically improved them too, so the cheapest ones are often the older technology, that frankly, stinks.
As fast as people have been trying to make cheap clone devices, there are others making them better, and this video is a 2 1/2 minute glimpse at how they’ve changed.
Don’t get confused by the names, and don’t expect them to be the same from vendor to vendor either.
They usually are called “mini cigs” but they’re not “mini” sized compared to a cigarette, they’re called “mini” the original was really long, and looked like a cigarette holder.
Those old ones only came in black, white, and burgundy colors, but with more and more colors now, and even chrome models with different color and sizes of tip types, your choices are ever-expanding.
In the mean time, I’ll try to keep the ecig stores page up to date with thoughts, news, experiences and maybe a few reviews.
Back in 2009, the Governor of California saved electric cigarettes and Oregon tried, but failed to outlaw them completely too, so we thought it would be a good idea to start this page of electric cigarette laws by state