What brand of e-cigarette would you recommend?

Question by papervoices: What brand of e-cigarette would you recommend?
So I’ve been wanting to try e-cigarettes and was wondering if you guys could recommend a good brand that’s not too expensive. There seems to be a lot of brands out there and I just don’t know what to choose :( Also, maybe you could shed some light on what the difference is between manual and automatic batteries and which is better. Thanks so much in advance, y’all!

Best answer:

Answer by Paul B
Foos. Get the one with the replaceable cartridge, they look like a cigarette and glow green. The whole kit is 10 bucks, gives you a cartridge, vaporizer (rechargeable), and USB charger. Replacement cartridges are 2 for 5 bucks and come in a bunch of flavors. Long-lasting too. One cartridge lasts me about as long as a pack of cigarettes.

Only problem with e-cigarettes is you don't know when to stop. A cigarette ends, where electronic ones don't, so you may end up getting more nicotine than you intended. Its great for work though, take a quick puff and stick it back in your pocket.

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What brand of e-cigarette is best and where can I buy them?????

Question by kayla: What brand of e-cigarette is best and where can I buy them?????
I’m looking to buy my parents e-cigarettes in hopes that it will help them to stop smoking regular cigarettes. I know nothing at all about the brands or prices and was wondering if someone could help me out with some helpful information :) Please and thank you!
Dumb comments from ignorant people are not needed :)

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Answer by J
‘The Tobacco Shop’–chain store–sells the rechargeable brand called ‘Freedom’. I just bought this kit for $ 42.39 (that included tax). I am satisfied, so far, with the product.
The good thing about this store & this brand is that you can take it back to the store if you have problems with the product. You don’t have to deal with the manufacturer. Actually, that’s what sold me on this brand. The other brands, the store gave no guarantee.
The Freedom brand is made specifically for ‘The Tobacco Shop’ chain stores.
The kit comes with a wall charger, a computer charger, 2 cigarettes & a 6-pack of filters (they call these ‘atomizers’) of your choice (regular, menthol, light, ultra-light or no-tobacco).
It has a 3 or 6 month guarantee–can’t remember which. But like I said, you just take it back to the store, no manufacturers to try to get ahold of.
Each atomizer is suppose to be equivalent to about 3.5 packs of cigarettes. And the 6-pack of atomizers cost $ 10.
Personally, I really like the e-cigs in theory, but getting the right brand is the key. I tried the disposable ‘Tsunami’ brand & the thing broke after 6 puffs!
I still have 5 packs of regular cigs in the freezer, but I haven’t touched them since started on e-cigs.
Oh, another thing I would like to mention is that the ‘Freedom’ brand has many choices of nicotine levels to choose from–including ‘no tobacco’. So one can slowly go down the levels without having to buy a new kit, battery, charger, etc. All atomizers are interchangeable.
Like I said, I just started on e-cigs & I really like them. I went to a restaurant yesterday & they let us smoke our e-cigs in the restaurant! Here in Michigan, we’ve become a non-smoking state.
I hope I helped you out some–with my very limited knowledge of the subject.
Now I would like to say that some people do not like the e-cigs. My friend only uses her when in areas where there’s no smoking allowed. She said she ‘just can’t get into it’. But her husband allows her to smoke in the house & car, whereas mine doesn’t. Maybe it’s a ‘necessity’ thing.
Good luck!

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Heartland Institute Experts React to Today’s Vote to Ban Indoor E-Cigarette Use in Chicago


Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

The Chicago City Council today banned the use of electronic cigarettes indoors treating e-cigarettes, which emit harmless water vapor, exactly like tobacco cigarettes, which emit smoke.

The following statements from tobacco policy experts at The Heartland Institute a Chicago-based free-market think tank may be used for attribution. For more comments, refer to the contact information below. To book a Heartland guest on your program, please contact Director of Communications Jim Lakely at jlakely(at)heartland(dot)org and 312/377-4000 or (cell) 312/731-9364.

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By choosing to lump e-cigarettes into its smoking ban ordinance, Chicago has taken a lazy and shortsighted approach toward regulating what is a very different product than cigarettes. Although most e-cigarettes have nicotine derived from tobacco, they are very different from other tobacco products, and they should not be regulated the same way.

E-cigarettes have far fewer consequences for personal and public health, and several studies have found e-cigarettes to be an effective and viable option for smokers seeking a nicotine replacement therapy. Adding e-cigarettes to the smoking ban only disrupts an increasingly popular and successful method of helping Chicagoans reduce smoking or quit altogether.

Matthew Glans

Senior Policy Analyst

The Heartland Institute

mglans(at)heartland(dot)org

312/377-4000

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The goal of bans on smoking in public places has always been to reduce exposure to second-hand smoke and to allow people fewer places to smoke, with the hope that it would cause them to quit smoking. Chicagos proposed ban on e-cigarettes will do no good on either front.

Theres no smoke from e-cigarettes, so the ban wont reduce second-hand exposure. If anything itll increase it by causing more people to keep smoking cigarettes, rather than quit by switching to e-cigarettes. And by treating the dramatically less-harmful e-cigarettes like cigarettes, fewer people will be likely to make the switch.

Jeff Stier

Senior Fellow, National Center for Public Policy Research

Policy Advisor, The Heartland Institute

jeffstier(at)gmail(dot)com

312/377-4000

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