We are delighted with the response to our launch of the acrylic car cup mod holder and the acrylic vape stand for boxes, tubes and attys. In fact, the demand has encouraged us to look at further storage solutions for the demanding vapers who have complex and extensive storage needs.
There’s no proof that vaping doesn’t cause you to grow a second head. Also, don’t you find it strange that there’s absolutely no evidence to demonstrate that toking on an ecig doesn’t make your limbs fall off? This is the kind of thing that vexes many public health experts. But is there an even greater danger? Could it be the experts themselves?
Despite the growing body of evidence supporting vaping, including our survey published last week, governments are still bent on restricting consumer freedoms. If there’s one thing you can depend on us for then it’s workable solutions to real life problems. Help us make this one a reality – help us build the Stealthvape Vape Space Station.
Taking advantage of the government’s policy of letting people with absolutely no experience run an educational establishment, last year we opened up the Stealthvape School of Vape. The school was opened with the education of the children of vapers in mind, although we have had to let in some other pupils in order to make up the numbers. Here is a copy of head teacher’s speech for the new academic year.
We carried out a survey to document the personal experiences from a section of the online vaping community. Our main focus was to answer the question: “does vaping work as a quit smoking tool?” From the feedback we received, the answer is an overwhelming ‘yes’.
We are conducting a survey looking at how well vaping has worked as a quit tool for vapers. There are 30 brief questions that will only take a couple of minutes to complete and all replies will remain anonymous. Please click on the link and feel free to share it on social media and with friends. We are only looking at people who used to smoke and now vape. The results will be shared in a future blog post and ought to make very interesting reading.
Low wattage and mouth-to-lung on a discrete device may seems like the way forward for the vaper who would like to avoid unwanted attention, but it isn’t the only way. While some may opt to hold the vape in, for the benefit of our customers and the wider vaping community we’d like to present Stealthvape’s Guide to Stealthy Vaping.
If there’s one thing people with interests like to do then it’s impose them on the people they love. Ramblers adore dragging their nearest and dearest up rain-soaked hillsides, artists pull their families into galleries and racing car buffs commit their kids to a lifetime of tinnitus.
There has been a lot of nonsense written about vaping over the last eighteen months by anti-ecig campaigners. To date, we have counted 19 research papers, twelve journal submissions and nine hundred and fifty-two misinformed press articles. Here is the truth; here are Stealthvape’s fantastic vape facts:
Where can the future of vaping go? Not very far, with the restrictions being imposed on both sides of the Atlantic. It is time for more out of the box thinking – and we’ve nailed it. You can only restrict devices but there are no rules about what you can do with your body. Welcome to the world of augmented vaping.