9 Common Questions About E-Cigarettes And Vaping, Answered:

Are you considering buying your first e-cigarette or vaporiser? Perhaps you have a burning question that you’ve not yet been able to find the answer to. If that is the case, fear not! We’ve answered nine of the most common questions that people have about vaping - from the price, to the list of places where you can and can’t vape…

1. How much do e-cigarettes cost?

E-cigarettes are great value for money. Our high-quality products start at just £17.95 (Tru Classic range), there’s also the popular TRU Hybrid vaporiser, which starts from £19.95. When it comes to e-liquids and refill packs, you can pick up many of our products for as little as £3.95. Existing smokers, compare that with the average £8.00 price tag of a premium pack of 20 cigarettes.

2. Where can I buy e-cigarettes online?

You’ll find an excellent range of e-cigarettes, e-liquids, vaporisers and accessories on our website.

3. Are e-cigarettes helpful for quitting smoking?

Although there’s not yet any scientific consensus on this, there have been a number of positive studies on the matter. E-liquids contain nicotine without any of the other harmful additives found in tobacco. Many have found this to be a good way of getting off cigarettes for good.

4. Are e-cigarettes legal for minors?

No… It is illegal for retailers to sell electronic cigarettes or other e-cig products to anyone under the age of 18. The law was passed on 1st October 2015.

5. Are e-cigarettes safer than normal cigarettes?

The short answer is yes. According to Public Health England, e-cigarettes are 95% safer than normal cigarettes. With figures like these you can see why so many smokers have made the switch.

6. Where can I use my vaporiser?

Unlike cigarettes, you can vape pretty much anywhere you like. Vaporisers and e-cigarettes do not fall under the smoking ban, so it’s perfectly ok to vape in pubs, bars, cinemas, bus stops or other public places. However, some public places may have a policy that does not allow you to vape. It’s always best to check first. Places where you can’t vape: - On a plane - Some train services (see below) - Jupiter

7. Are e-cigarettes allowed on trains?

This is a bit of a complicated one, as our blog post on public transport outlines. Many train services allow you to vape, but this is often on a case-by-case basis and you may be asked to stop by a train conductor. Some companies do not allow vaping at any rate, including: - Virgin - First Pennine - Southern - Northern Rail - Cross Country Trains

8. Which e-cigarettes are the best?

It really is a matter of personal preference. At TRUVAPE, you’ll find both classic and understated designs alongside more colourful statement vaporisers. Our products are made with strict safety guidelines. We use natural extract flavours and medical grade nicotine in all of our e-liquids, including our ALCHEMY and Council of Vapor brands.

9. When were e-cigarettes invented?

It’s hard to remember a time when e-cigarettes and vaporisers weren’t around. In fact, a pharmacist named Hon Lik the first e-cigarette in 2003 in Beijing, China. Lik created the product after his father, a heavy smoker, died of lung cancer. The rest is history…