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This Vape Shop Is Challenging Its Customers To Switch To E-cigarettes

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180 Smoke in New York is establishing a New Year’s resolution effort to help those that smoke traditional cigarettes to make the switch to e-cigarettes, offering free consultation services to help educate and instruct smokers on the use of e-cigarettes.

180 Smoke is a Canadian e-cig chain established by a heart surgeon that caters to former smokers and people wishing to stop smoking. They are launching into the U.S. market with their campaign to help smokers get off the cigarettes.

Their first US B&M shop in the US is located in Buffalo, where they have discounted their starter kits by 30 percent in an effort to help give current smokers an extra push towards taking the leap. Employees are also available to 1 on 1 consultations with customers who need a little extra instruction about how to use their new devices or about vaping in general.

Scientists at the University of Catania in Italy recently conducted a three-year study investigating the effects of regular vaping on the body of the user, finding “no evidence of health concerns associated with long-term use of e-cigarettes” on blood pressure, heart rate, body weight, lung function, respiratory symptoms, exhaled nitric oxide and exhaled carbon monoxide.

A huge number of ex-smokers around the world are embracing these potentially life saving devices and making use of great availability in many areas of the globe to stop smoking traditional cigarettes.

If you want to read more about the side effects of E-cigarettes, try reading “Vaping: What Are The Real Side Effects?“.

E-cigarettes not so readily available in your country? We suggest you read “The Only Thing Smoking Doesn’t Kill Is The Government”.

Currently located in Sydney, Australia, I have been vaping since 2009 and became active in the e-cigarette industry in late 2015. Since then I’ve had the pleasure of visiting over 700 shops in 6 countries.

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