Vape Batteries – Vape Safe

If you’re a newbie to the vaping world and you want to find the right vape batteries, one strategy is to purchase a starter kit which includes everything that you will need in order to begin vaping, including a vape battery charger, battery, and atomizer. A lot of starter kits are out there, and they help new users to enjoy great vaping experiences, without needing to worry about selecting their components, such as vape batteries.

Vape Battery Charger

Nitecore D4 Charger

For this reason, we recommend checking out e-cigarette starter kits. Doing so will help you to get vaping quickly, without any stress or hassle.

Those who have more experience with vaping may want to shop around for vape batteries and/or other components. It’s possible to mix and match components in many cases and a lot of people do this (some do modifications, which are known in the business as “mods”, as well!).

Doing a Google search for vape batteries should help you to find highly-rated online retailers which features these products and get lots of Web traffic. The first page of Google results for the keyword, “vape batteries,” should provide a lot of options. However, we don’t recommend buying vape batteries that you like until you’ve read as many customer reviews as you can find. You also wish to look for blogs about vape batteries and see what vaping fans like best. Accessing information from the vaping community is helpful. It’s the key to unlocking a great deal on a really good vape battery.

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You need quality. Our shopping tips will help you to find it. We believe in vaping, we know how to comparison-shop for impressive styles and we want to help you get the same great results. When you find the right battery, it won’t overheat and it will offer good battery life. It’s all about choosing something durable, with all of the proper technical specifications.

Now that you have a clearer sense of how to shop and of what you need, you’ll be ready to move forward and get the vape batteries that you want. Also, reading up on the biggest brands in vaping will be useful. Some manufacturers have been making batteries and other e-cig components for years. You will also want to be sure you understand the dangers of mishandling batteries. They are usually the most respected companies and they are good firms to buy from. When you buy, see if there is a warranty. It’s good to have.

 

Are You Considered Tobacco Free if You Vape?

Vape, Tobacco Free

As vaping expands in popularity, it has raised a series of questions. Because the technology and practice are so new and has become popular only relatively recently, the answers to these issues are still up in the air. One of the major questions that people want to know is if they are “tobacco free” if they vape. If you’re not familiar with what vape juice is, I’d suggest checking out some article on what vape juice is.

This question has some urgency for all interested parties because, in America, tobacco use is one of the few metrics that insurance companies can use to determine your health insurance rates. With the passage of Obamacare and its accompanying insurance mandate, the issue of health insurance costs has become a growing concern within the American populace.

That said, there are no formal rules or regulations(although there is new FDA ENDS regulations) that determine how vapers should be classified. The lack of these things has some problems, and it also has some potential benefits for vapers.

First the problems. Insurance companies are currently free to determine their policies on whether or not vaping counts as tobacco use. As a result, nearly all of them do, as they can charge more for providing health insurance to a tobacco user than a non-user. Therefore, companies have an incentive to classify vapers as tobacco users.

However, not all insurance companies consider vaping to be tobacco use. Prudential considers vapers to be smoke-free customers. This fact leads us to the good news.

Because the technology and practice are so new there are not enough studies to persuasively convince the government or the scientific community that vaping is dangerous or not dangerous. This means that if, as many vapers suspect, science will show that vaping is not dangerous, then rules can be crafted around that science. Should the rules be crafted right now, vapers would be at a severe disadvantage, as the government or relevant regulatory bodies would likely come down on the side of tobacco use. This could change quickly if insurance companies realize that vaping is an effective smoking cessation tool and thus helps out their bottom line.

In summary, there are currently no regulations that describe vaping as tobacco use, nor are there any definitions that classify it as not tobacco use. As a result, companies can set their own policies. Most classify it as tobacco use, although not everyone. Giving science more time to study the effects of vaping before making formal rules on the issue gives vaping time to demonstrate its benefits and potentially move from being considered tobacco use to not being considered tobacco use.