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Yup, voltage drop under load is dramatic. It's a percentage of the total resistance going to your coil. It's one of the reasons so many reviewers try a new mod and tells you how hard it hits. They are comparing a spotlessly clean new mod with stuff they may have been using for months. Clean it, Polish the connections, put it in an ultrasonic bath, then polish the connections again. If you want high performance from a mech it needs this as often as it needs fresh coils.
What's still to be detailed: Refill mechanisms, this impacts both on bottles and tanks, which can only be 2ml max. As that's still under discussion it's hard to know. They did release two options, one is pretty much the standard needle tip style bottle, the other A docking mechanism. Then there is mods, still no clarity on consistent dose verification process. This could go many ways, It may mean the end of power control, it will end mechs.
Trying to get devices round the zero nic element looks like a non starter as they use a catch all Phrase, "can be used" which means it's up to them to decide if something Is in or out, not anyone in the trade.
Then there is the little problem of increased harmonisation across Europe, which will mean our small Advantages over the rest of Europe will be temporary.
Right now we have two different camps within tobacco control bidding for control of the industry. So I need to ask, as they offer no significant harm to the user, or bystanders. They contain no tobacco And they are used as a consumer product, why do we assume TOBACCO control have any right To proffer bids. Ecigs are being accepted as a harm reduction product, which is hard to argue against. Having said that, lots of things are used in harm reduction, condoms for instance. But harm reduction is NOT how most people use them. We have not chosen to hand control of condoms to any public health group simply because they claim it. Most people try ecigs because they are smokers who have had enough of smoking and want to try an alternative. To the users ecigs are neither medical nor quit tool. Ecigs are clearly a consumer choice, one that has no impact on anyone, lending no one any rights to take over to save us from......well that's what they can't quite define, they just KNOW they need control.
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Just as with RSPH last week they have been teetering on the brink of this For some time, it's a first step over the line, they needed to do it in a way That others would follow. My advice would be enjoy the headlines, don't bother reading the articles. This is the first serious wave of positive press that ecigs have had, first time On all the front pages. Listening to radio so far today, the BMA spokespeople (the last big group of ANTZ) Are struggling to say anything much, and certainly none of their previous lies.