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POPIA UPDATE

So what does POPI stand for?  .

P.O.P.I. is the acronym “Protection of Personal Information” Act.

If you want to know more about the POPIA, you can go to http://www.justice.gov.za/legislation/acts/2013-004.pdf for the POPI Act.

This law is for all companies and individuals who process their customers’ (or other people’s) personal information.

Personal information refers to everything from contact details to medical and financial history, age, sex, race, ethnicity, email accounts, phone messages, etc.

The Act does not prohibit you from collecting information, but it does limit what you are allowed to do with the information you have collected to protect the privacy of all individuals involved.

You are free to unsubscribe and request any personal data to be removed at any time.

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Premium Mod with a Lifetime Warranty

Hexohm V3.0 – Anodised – 30 Amp

Hexohm 3.0 by Craving Vapour’s

The HexOhm V3.0 180W Box Mod is precisely constructed and a worthy contender in the HexOhm line-up, the mod features an unparalled craftsmanship using a unique billet aluminum box fitted with an integrated a proprietary chipset driven by the custom Hexohm signature potentiometer adjustment.

The performance-orientated device features Craving Vapor’s proprietary chipset, delivering an upgraded maximum output of 180W and the facility of running the device as high as 30 Amps.

The flush fitting and magnetized battery cover fit’s over the dual 18650 platform setup incorporating the custom ULTEM injection molded sled and fitted standard with spring-loaded solid brass contacts for superior connectivity.

The design and exquisite craftsmanship are proudly Hexohm and “Made in the USA” that is complemented by a lifetime warranty that definitely makes this device worth its weight in gold.

The HexOhm V3.0 is constructed and machined out of a billet of heavy-duty aluminium is extremely durable and adorned with a high-quality finish.

The screen-less design delivers an effective battery-efficient platform setup that allows the user to adjust the output voltage using the fit for purpose potentiometer that delivers power to the device using an ergonomic oversized firing button.

Package Includes:

  • 1 HexOhm V3 Box Mod

Craving Vapor HexOhm 3.0 180W Box Mod Features:

  • Convenient On/Off Switch
  • Oversized Firing Button
  • Screenless Design
  • Signature Potentiometer Adjustment
  • Maximum Wattage Output: 180W
  • Voltage Output Range Between 3.0-6.0V
  • Maximum Output Current: 30A
  • Recommended Atomizer Resistance: 0.2ohm
  • Minimum Atomizer Resistance: 0.1ohm
  • Serialized Number & HexOhm Logos Engravings
  • Heavy-Duty Aluminum Construction
  • Premium Powder Coat Finish
  • Efficient Battery Use
  • Magnetized Battery Door
  • ULTEM Injection Molded Sled
  • Spring-Loaded Solid Brass 510 Connection
  • Available in a varying and modern colour palette

Note: 2 x 18650 Batteries are not included and are sold separately

All powder coated and or custom colours may not be available in your specific region



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E-cigarette safety: the facts explained

Reposted and re-circulated In the Interest of Actively Promoting Vaping Advocacy:

Supplied Courtesy of SWITCH and listed Learned Contributors and experts in their respective fields of expertise:

  • John Britton Professor of Epidemiology – Univesity of Nottingham;
  • Ann McNeill – Professor of Tobacco Addiction – Kings College London;
  • Linda Bauld – Professor of Health Policy – University of Stirling;
  • Robert West – Professor of Health Psychology – University College of London;
  • Clive Bates – Counterfactual Consultant;
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Top 20 Rebuttals to Win an E-Cigarette Debate

Dear Vaper,

please refer to the URL link below for a in depth top 20 rebuttals to win an e-cigarette debate:

Supplied courtesy of and By John Madden Posted September 25, 2013

Top 20 Rebuttals to Win an E-Cigarette Debate

Top 20 Rebuttals E-Cigarette Debate

Posted in late September 2013, but definitely still relevant……..Top 20 Rebuttals to Win an E-Cigarette Debate
Courtesy of: Pinterest and e-cigarette Reviewed

Insight and article supplied courtesy of and By John Madden Posted September 25, 2013

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E-cigarettes safer than standard cigarettes – Study

E-cigarettes safer than standard cigarettes – Study

Courtesy of:

“Cancer Research UK” in collaboration with  “The Americans College of Physicians” (please use URL to access the actual article:

https://mybroadband.co.za/news/gadgets/197767-e-cigarettes-safer-than-standard-cigarettes-study.html

E-cigarettes safer than standard cigarettes – Study

While e-cigarettes had increased in popularity, concerns about the potential exposure to carcinogens and toxins still persisted, according to an American College of Physicians’ study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. It was written by Dr Lion Shahab and her colleagues at University College London.

“Some reports claim to show that e-cigarettes are as harmful as smoking, but the study authors say those reports are based on studies that bear little relationship to exposure of e-cigarette users in the real world,” Shahab said.

Researchers measured the intake of potentially harmful chemicals by e-cigarette users and compared them to people using licensed nicotine patches and cigarettes.

The study found that when smokers switched completely to e-cigarettes, their intake of cancer-causing chemicals dramatically fell to a level found in people using nicotine patches. Their intake of nicotine remained largely unchanged, however.

Using e-cigarettes or nicotine replacement patches while continuing to smoke cigarettes does not seem to offer the same benefit.

According to the authors, the results confirm that e-cigarettes, like other nicotine replacements, are much safer than conventional cigarettes and may be a useful long-term quitting aid for patients who smoke and have struggled to stop with other available support.

The authors still urged users to stop smoking completely to achieve health benefits.

The primary funding source for the research was Cancer Research UK, the Americans College of Physicians said.