It is with regret that we have to announce our Twitter account has been suspended. We believe that our customers value the ability to interact with us through a range of interfaces but the actions of one malicious individual has resulted in this one being closed.
First came 30,000 metres of wire in 2012 that we still have and will never sell. Then The Tip arrived; vapers loved its look and feel. Following that we published a blog post on titanium wire for temperature-controlled (TC) mods back in February and finally an update in June. We’ve been on a journey with titanium – welcome Stealthvape’s medical-grade 1 Ti wire.
In February we posted a blog article outlining our understanding of the issues surrounding titanium wire, information we felt was important to share due to the growing popularity of the wire and our position as a leading vendor of rebuildable materials. We have continued to look into the subject and would like to update the position to keep you all aware of current developments.
Are health campaigners and vaping advocates proving to be a flop? Could limp messages be made a bit more turgid? Is it possible that promoting vaping could have a harder aspect? Could they go to greater lengths? Might this be the most euphemistic-ridden piece of writing carried on the blog to date?
The alarm clock is an invention of the Devil. I have no need for one but unfortunately the person I live with likes to set it for 5am. It is set for 5am every day, including weekends. The only bonus I manage to get out of this is that I never miss the postman on vapemail days. The downside is that it stretches the wait to something so painful it ought to feature in Orwell’s Room 101.
First and foremost, we have been vapers for over five years. We have seen many things come and go during this time, mostly led by fashion. And this is a good thing. Juices, equipment and accessories have constantly got better – vaping is awesome at the moment. But Stealthvape isn’t located in a cave; we know that Article 20 of the Tobacco Products Directive looms large. With this in mind, we fully support the demonstrations taking place in London, Swansea and across Europe on May 29th.
Breathlessly, Gary burst in through the shop door. Profusely sweating, "Hide it!" managed to form itself from his mouth amidst the sharp intakes of breath. An aged hand swept a battered atomiser and juices into a pocket as Gary stumbled into a table causing the cups and water to lugubriously arch towards the empty antique cake stand. Such was life in the underground vaping scene in 2022.
I spent months with two eGo batteries and a handful of Evods. To us that sentence holds meaning, to non-vapers it simply sounds like some kind of bizarre sexual relationship. The objective of vaping at the outset was to indulge in nicotine at an acceptable balance between satisfaction and cost – the cost part being determined by and large by my wife’s ability to calculate what I spent.
Every Wednesday morning the school would make its way from the assembly hall, across the graveyard, in muted tones to the church. We filed through the impressively old arch and took up our places in the pews. Clasping whatever distraction we had managed to sneak in, we proceeded to ignore everything the Reverend Brian had to say.
If social media is anything to go by, this year’s Vapefest will be swamped with people experiencing it for the first time. Consequently, feel free to avail yourself of some insights and recommendations.