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Not to be a Dolly Downer, I hope . . . but things have changed soooooooooooo much in our vaping world over the years since our forum ( and others ) were created.
The rise of Facebook being a major factor, their worldwide outage the other week demonstrated how much a part of everyday internet activity it's become for many people, with that the number of Vendor's who now have their own groups instead of posting in here with news, deals etc.
The equipment we now use is by and large hugely more reliable than it once was, so all the troubleshooting questions we once had to answer have almost disappeared, the availability of kit with High Street outlets has also contributed to our decline - I always use work as an example, the handful of vapers there are all buy their stuff from such shops. It's a generalisation but I'm sure that applies to many who do now vape.
Disposables appear to be the new ' must have ' judging by the number of email newsletters I get from established, long standing Vendors? Having seen one of the girls at work use one, it even tempted me to try one!
Mixing is another area that's been much affected, shortfills/one shots/bottle shots have taken the trial and error element out of mixing . . . which for many has been a huge time saving bonus.
And while all of these things have impacted on forums we should perhaps still celebrate how mainstream ecigs/vaping have become? All those people who are now ex-smokers can only be a positive.
Just for a little trip down memory lane . . . who remembers the Evod?
A game changer for me, I still have some squirreled away in a box somewhere!
A known unknown I suspect -V- as in so many things individual responses and recovery times vary greatly from person to person and this virus probably hasn't been around long enough for any conclusive research to be undertaken . . . .
I suggest you refresh your memory aspirecig of our Vendor Rules - which apply to all.
Accepted members of the vendor groups are very welcome to join the community, on the Vaping and Social Boards, answering queries about their products and helping members in general. But, any advertising and promotional links to your business or products are strictly limited to the Vendors Board (China)
The cost of 1 litre of nicotine-free Liquidbase, currently around €9, will rise to €200 in July next year – but it doesn’t end there. Up to 2026, the cost will continue to escalate in stages until it reaches an incredible €390.
One story I read said it was being used for the Covid vaccinations as an element in the vaccine or their preparation (can't remember which one).
Have also seen a few stores have put PG prices up and restricted amount that can be bought.
I've learnt something there Andy!
In all honesty I was sooooooooo keen to get my ' jabs ' that what ingredients they used in the vaccines never entered my head. Makes sense that there's a shortage as a consequence considering the volume that must be being rolled out world wide.
It's no bad thing that amounts are restricted per purchase as it gives more people a fairer chance of obtaining supplies if needed . . . a price increase, if Vendors are having to pay more, then it's reasonable to expect them to pass on the extra cost to customers.