If you check out various internet merchants, you can get a beginner electronic, or ecig, kit fairly cheap. Although the set-up costs may seem steep, using an ecig is cheaper than smoking regular (analog) cigarettes in the long run. A one-pack-a-day smoker spends about $40 a week (depending on the area of the country), while an ecig user can get by at $5 a week.
How cool is it to get your nicotine in a pina colada flavor? Or chocolate chip mint? Or strawberry? While cigarette users have limited flavors, and usually stick with one brand, ecig users have a ton of flavor options ranging from traditional tobacco to more exotic flavors.
It's not the nicotine that's so bad in cigarettes; it's the tar. Many ecig users report less bronchial irritation as a result of eliminating cigarette tar. If you are an analog smoker (or live with one), you know that familiar morning cough routine. Ecigs help stop the irritation and smoking residue that contributes to the phlegm buildup.
Well, the guys may not look at this as an advantage, but many women do. Analog cigarettes come in...white. A few are available in brown. Egigs, on the other hand, come in colors such as electric blue, forest green, pink, purple, silver, black and the old stand-by, white.
A cigarette smoker smells like an ashtray. Their clothes smell, their hair smells, their car smells, their house smells. Even when they themselves don't smell it, their non-smoking friends do. Ecigs do not have an odor. Ecig users smell like non-smokers. Their houses don't smell like cigarettes. Their cars don't have stray ashes on the console.
Ecigs are becoming more and more popular as smokers realize the advantages of electronic cigarettes over conventional cigarettes. Although the jury is still out on the health benefits of ecigs, getting your nicotine from an ecig certainly seems healthier than getting your nicotine, along with almost 4,000 other chemicals, from conventional tobacco cigarettes.
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