V2 Cigs is the best electronic cigarette that you can buy in the UK at the moment

“The electronic cigarette is up to 1,400 times safer than the leading brand of cigarettes” according to Prof. Michael Siegel, MD, Boston University

  • “Safety E cigarettes are much less harmful than smoking”
  • “Use among never smokers Use of e cigarettes by never smokers is extremely rare”
  • “Effect on stopping smoking Use of e cigarettes in a quit attempt appears to improve chances of success compared with using no aid or licensed nicotine product bought from a store”
  • Source The Smoking Toolkit Study 2014, Presented to UK All Party Parliamentary Group on Pharmacy 10th June 2014

    V2Cigs want to be the Best Electronic Cigarette in the UK in 2015, and the launch of V2Cigs EX Batteries, V2Cigs EX Cartridges and V2Cigs PRO Vaporizer will be a major step towards this goal.

    How do Electronic Cigarettes work?

    V2Cigs electronic cigarettes are comprised of two primary components, the flavour cartridge (or mini tank) and a high quality electronic cigarette battery. V2Cigs vapour cartridges are filled with our proprietary laboratory tested best e liquid. When you vape a solution of nicotine and water vapour is produced, in your selected flavour and strength. It’s always wise to use the best eliquid that you can buy to ensure you get the best flavour and consistency from your electronic cigarette.

    V2Cigs electronic cigarette cartridges contain built in atomisers, so there is no cleaning or maintenance required, which is still case for some electronic cigarettes on the market today. We believe V2Cigs are the best E Cigarette UK.

    How do you use your Electronic Cigarette?

    V2Cigs Kits are shipped with our standard automatic electronic cigarette batteries (79mm), which are designed to offer a perfect balance between physical weight and smoking time between recharge. The V2 PRO Vaporizer has an inbuilt battery which does not need changing.
    To use your V2Cigs electronic cigarette, simply screw a flavour cartridge on to the end of the battery or fill your tank with eliquid and then puff on it like you would a normal cigarette. When you draw air through the V2, the heating element will automatically activate and produce inhalable steam containing your chosen strength of nicotine and selected flavouring compounds.

    V2Cigs classic flavour cartridge is filled with enough of our proprietary vapour liquid to produce between 150 220 puffs (dependent upon deepness of puffs). Each cartridge is roughly equivalent to a traditional pack of tobacco cigarettes. EX cartidges are our latest ecig cartridge, they produce masses of vapour, last longer and have a higher puff count.

    How long do Electronic Cigarettes last?

    You’ll know when a cartridge is used up or needs refilling because the flavour and vapour reduces. You can either see that the eliquid has been used up or that there is a weaker or slightly burnt taste. Tanks can be refilled with more elqiuid, cartridges are disposable and can be discarded at sny time. Just screw off the old cartridge and screw on a fresh one, it’s that simple! When the battery requires charging it will blink intermittently. V2Cigs and Vapour2 Automatic Batteries and Vaporizers can last from a day to a week before they require recharging (this is dependent upon your smoking frequency and puffing style). The battery can be fully charged in 2 3 hours. We suggest you always have at least two ecig batteries, one battery to use whilst the other battery is recharging.

    OCB PRO Vaporizers

    The new line of OCB PRO Vaporizer devices are designed by VMR Products/V2Cigs for the emerging large scale vapour device category. Models will feature the ability to vaporize e liquid, loose leaf tobacco, and wax. The multi medium devices are expected to be one of the most disruptive innovations to enter the vaporizer category. In the UK the product is currently available as the V2Cigs PRO Vaporizer, in the EU the product range will be branded as OCB Vaporizers.

    What is the Best Grinder?

    The best herb grinders are usually made of titanium for strength, durability and to avoid contamination. You want razor sharp teeth and some method of filtering and separating the herb. Grinder come in 2, 3 or 4 parts. For high quality results try the 4 Part Titanium Space Case Grinder UK.

    Vapour2 UK

    From December 2014 V2Cigs is rebranding to Vapour2 in Europe. The same customer service oriented people will be looking after you, and delivering the same great products. Nothing is changing apart from the name.

    Despite law, tribe sells 1.7 tons of cigarettes online

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    When Congress passed a law in 2009 effectively banning mail order deliveries of cigarettes, it was expected to snuff out entrepreneurs on New York’s Indian reservations who were selling millions of cartons, tax free, to consumers in high tax states.

    But the law, called the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act, didn’t stop everybody.

    As recently as last spring, one group of about 20 website operators on Seneca Nation territory was still delivering 1.7 tons of untaxed cigarettes a week to destinations around the U.S., according to shipping records obtained by lawyers for New York City as part of a civil racketeering lawsuit.

    The city’s efforts are part of a wider legal battle involving the ability of states to tax cigarettes sold on Indian reservations, where tribal leaders have long maintained that the state has no authority to tax anything sold on their territory.

    Depositions and court documents show that after the new law barred anyone from shipping cigarettes through the Postal Service, and major delivery companies like FedEx and UPS separately agreed to end deliveries, some reservation based distributors simply turned to new networks of logistics and shipping companies to reach their customers.

    Buyers still weren’t required to pay taxes. Some sites never asked buyers to prove their age, or even provide a real name. A few retailers proudly advertised that they would help protect tax scofflaws.

    “NO STATE TAXES, NO REPORTS to anyone EVER and NO Surprise Tax Bills,” boasted one site, “The USA Federal PACT Act is in effect, but we beat it legally.”

    New York City took the unusual step last month of suing a Virginia based delivery company, Lasership Inc., that had helped the reservation shops deliver cigarettes into the city without charging consumers the required tax of $5.85 per pack. The suit seeks $80.6 million in penalties.

    That suit followed an earlier one against a Buffalo company, Regional Integrated Logistics, that helped a consortium of Seneca businesses set up a new distribution network after the PACT act took effect in July of 2010.

    “We want to make it clear to the entire shipping community that anyone who participates in these illegal delivery sales into New York City will be subject to liabilities,” said Aaron Bloom, one of the attorneys handling the case for New York City’s Law Department.

    Paul Joyce, a lawyer for Regional Integrated Logistics, said the company “never knowingly violated any law” and had stopped all cigarette deliveries permanently in response to a court injunction last spring. A lawyer for Lasership declined to comment.

    Those two lawsuits were the latest in a string that have left the once booming reservation cigarette businesses reeling, and questioning their future.

    Just a few years ago, an estimated 170 cigarette distributors on New York’s reservations were collectively purchasing many millions of cartons of name brand cigarettes each year from state licensed wholesalers, then reselling them to buyers eager to avoid sky high taxes.

    But that flow of branded cigarettes such as Newport and Marlboro largely stopped after an earlier round of litigation and a change in state policy forced licensed wholesalers to halt sales of untaxed cigarettes to tribal businesses.

    Reservation businesses switched to selling “native” brands manufactured in Indian territory, which curtailed demand. And now even those sales are under attack.

    “They are giving us no room, as a people, to move,” said Ross John, who sits on a Seneca Nation economic development council and also owns a rapidly shrinking business in untaxed cigarettes. “They just keep punching us around.”

    Pennsylvania’s attorney general sued a Seneca cigarette dealership in Salamanca, N.Y., in June, alleging that it had concocted a scheme that allowed that state’s residents to evade taxes by ordering cartons through a “buyer’s club.”

    Late last year, New York’s attorney general sued an upstate business, Native Wholesale Supply, claiming the company and an affiliated manufacturer of Seneca brand cigarettes in Canada were breaking the law by shipping vast amounts of untaxed cigarettes to warehouses on Indian territory in the U.S.

    The suit claimed that in one 15 month period ending last February, Native Wholesale Supply illegally received $221 million worth of cigarettes from Grand River Enterprises Six Nations, located in Ohsweken, Ontario. Investigators estimated that at least 1.5 billion cigarettes were involved in the transactions.

    A lawyer for Native Wholesale supply, which has also been sued by state officials in Idaho and Oklahoma for supplying banned cigarettes to local tribes, didn’t return phone and email messages.

    In addition to those civil cases, federal prosecutors in Kansas City, Mo., brought charges in August against 18 people they said had conspired to deliver 620,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes to cigarette dealers on reservations in western New York. Businessmen in Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Virginia, Nebraska, Washington and Montreal were charged in the case, which involved $17 million worth of cigarettes purchased from a warehouse run by undercover ATF agents.

    Lawyers for many of those defendants declined to comment or didn’t return several messages. But an attorney for Keith Stoldt, who operated the Totem Pole Smoke Shop on the Tonawanda Seneca Indian Reservation in Basom, N.Y., and pleaded guilty this year to illegally acquiring $4.1 million in untaxed cigarettes, said the cases are complicated by centuries old disputes over taxation and sovereignty.

    “These guys were here first. They have continuously owned and occupied their patch of heaven. They’ve never accepted citizenship,” said Brad Waterman, a former tax counsel to both the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe and the Seneca Nation. “What the Iroquois people would tell you is, ‘We traded with each other a long time before any of you guys got here.'”

    John, the Seneca entrepreneur, said that cigarettes had created a new class of entrepreneurs among a people who had been impoverished for generations, but that he wouldn’t count on tobacco being part of the tribe’s economic solution for much longer.

    “They’ve made it very difficult for anyone to supply to you,” he said. “I’m not in a position where it’s even viable for me right now. They’ve turned it into a criminal activity.”