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They wanna ban vaping in Australia. Over the years they have introduced some rules that have made vaping harder to get into, and now they seem to be going the "whole hog".
Those of us old hands at vaping - like me (near 10 years !), have seen and taken notice of the looming threats in this country. We've stocked up. We will be right. BUT newies looking to get off the smokes now will not have the same options available I/we did "back then". And that's sad.
Big time . . . when we all know and the science has shown, vaping/ecigs are considerably less damaging to our health than smoking tobacco cigarettes.
I don't and never will understand why our habit has been so demonised and legislated against around the world, it's beyond me.
Thanks, I got the refund. Now I have to find a new non-dangerous vape!
That's good news scoops . . . I'm completely, totally and utterly out of the loop with the current crop of devices, so can't advise on that. But one of my favourite Vendors is Vape Club, they're not over priced, shipping is included if you spend over £20.00.
Plus, their service is just amazing in my experience - literally next day delivery if you order before 5pm I think it is.
That would be my choice also scoops . . . you can't be too careful where battery safety on anything is concerned, had this auto fired in your pocket you could have ended up with a nasty burn. Or worse if the device had been at home unattended.
It's all well and good Innokin offering a replacement, but knowing there was an issue you'd think/hope that a responsible supplier would withdraw the device from sale, or at the very least that batch if they're able to identify it.
They're maybe working on the premise not all have the problem which isn't really satisfactory.
I've asked a chap to cease vaping in our store before now Andy . . . if it's not legal to smoke somewhere, then vaping falls under the same umbrella. Not that I necessarily agree with the hysterical banning of vaping everywhere - far from it. But we've the ignorant to ' thank ' for that.
The other side of the coin, on a break I was having a few puffs stood just outside our grotty smoking shelter as there was a couple of folks having a smoke and I didn't want to go back to work smelling of ciggies - one of our non regular delivery drivers directed me to the shelter, for his trouble he got treated to a withering look and told to get a grip.
The feeling of ' entitlement ' extends to numerous situations it seems, I've had customers complain because they can't bring their non service/assistance dogs in shopping as they don't want to leave them tied up outside ( fair enough ) perhaps they ought to consider leaving their pets at home whilst doing food shopping. There's actually no law banning any dogs in shops, John Lewis ( with the exception of the cafes ) allow well behaved ones in all stores which as a dog owner and lover I think is brilliant, most enlightened.
Time and a place for all things, which some individuals appear to have no concept of and as always it's the tiny minority who give those of us who have greater respect a bad name.