No Smoke Without Fire

No Smoke Without Fire

There is no smoke without fire, and personal vaporizers do not produce smoke. They produce a harmless VAPOR.

But there are still people who think e-cig users are blowing out smoke, and how there can be smoke without lighting something up.

What too many people haven’t gotten a grasp on yet is that there is no smoke with electronic cigarettes, or what I prefer to call them, personal vaporizers. These miniature personal vaporizers don’t “smoke.” Users of them don’t smoke either. We Vape.

Below is an interesting article with some statistics about personal vaporizers that I thought my audience may find very interesting. It’s reprinted here with permission by

(No) Smoke Without Fire

You’ve seen them around, now find out all the hype on electronic cigarettes. Are e-cigs a safer, cheaper alternative to smoking cigarettes?

Up In Smoke

  • 45 million smokers
  • 2.5 million e-smokers
  • Nearly $2 billion in 2013 e-cig retail sales
  • $10 billion Estimated retail sales of e-cigs by 2017
  • $60-$150: Price range for a starter kit
  • 10 million Disposable e-cigs sold weekly in the U.S.

Click this image to see the full infographic!


What About The Users?

Who is using e-cigs?
Are people using e-cigs as a useful smoking cessation method?
Is it successful and safe?

  • Female e-cig smokers: 60.5%
  • Male e-cig smokers: 39.5%
  • Users who live in southern states: 33%
  • Users who reside in northeast states: 19%
  • Users who have smoked an e-cig for less than six months: 57%
  • Users currently continuing to smoke regular cigarettes in addition to e-cigarettes: 82%

Do E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit?

  • 62% E-cigarette smokers who state they have stopped smoking cigarettes or smoke fewer cigarettes since starting e-cigarettes
  • 34.3% Users who reported quitting smoking cigarettes who also discontinued the use of electronic cigarettes


How Does It Work?

Take a look at an e-cig and see what’s inside:

  • LED: Lights up when a user takes a drag
  • Battery: Can last up to 11 hours with some models
  • Microprocessor: Controls heater and lighter
  • Sensor: Detects when a smoker takes a drag
  • Heater: Vaporizes nicotine
  • Cartridge: Holds nicotine dissolved in propylene glycol


What Are The Laws?

Where can you smoke e-cigs?
Is it legal to smoke them in public places or even on airplanes?

Let’s find out which states have restrictions on e-cigs and what those restrictions are.
Restricted in 100% smoke-free venues:

  • North Dakota
  • New Jersey
  • Utah

Restricted in other venues, which could include schools, fairgrounds, state office buildings, corrections facilities and other places:

  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Delaware
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Maryland
  • Minnesota
  • New Hampshire
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • South Dakota
  • Virginia
  • Vermont
  • Wisconsin

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