Press Statement: Royal College of Physicians Report - ‘Nicotine without smoke: tobacco harm reduction’

28th April 2016

Statement from Fraser Cropper, Managing Director of Totally Wicked, following the publication of the Royal College of Physicians latest report, ‘Nicotine without smoke: tobacco harm reduction’. The Royal College of Physicians has today stated it wants GP’s to understand the clear benefits and opportunities of vaping and want Doctors to urge smokers to switch to vaping.  They also question the validity of the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) that will come into effect on the 20th May, regulating e-cigarettes at the EU level for the first time. This is the very same TPD that the Department of Health’s own impact assessment states will…

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Heavy Taxation On Electronic Cigarettes Would Be Bad For Public Health

25th April 2016

Doctors Attack E-Cigarette Taxes, Tell FDA To Focus on Benefit Of Vaping. An article in the Daily Caller made interesting reading. A collection of scientists and researchers are calling for the FDA to focus on the benefits of e-cigs and warn that heavy taxation would be bad for public health. Seven of the leading tobacco control experts used the journal “Addiction” to look at the evidence on e-cigarettes. They found the devices reduced smoking overall and could slash the number of deaths from combustible cigarettes. “We’re concerned the FDA, which has asserted its right to regulate e-cigarettes, will focus solely on the possibility…

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99% E-Cigarettes in the USA May Just Have Been Saved

25th April 2016

On Tuesday last week, the American House Appropriations Committee passed an amendment that may mean 99% of e-cigarettes in America will not have to be taken off the market. Currently, the FDA’s deeming regulations re e-cigarettes will mean that any e-cigarette that was not already on the market in 2007, will have to be removed. They will then need to go through the arduous, and some say near impossible Pre Market Tobacco Application (PMTA). According to sources, only one product in the last 6 years has passed the PMTA. Representatives Tom Cole and Sanford Bishop introduced the amendment, with it easily passing…

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E-cigarette Seller in India Gets Fined $1500 and 3-Years in Jail

22nd April 2016

Disturbing news has emerged this week from India, where an e-cigarette seller has been sentenced to 3 years in jail, simply for selling e-cigarettes. He was allegedly in breach of a law from 1940 that sees e-cigarettes as unapproved drugs. The Tribune Newspaper from India writes, “Considering the plea of the convict, from whose shop an e-cigarette with eight cartridges was found during an inspection by a Drugs Inspector on July 3, 2014, the court ordered, “So, keeping in view the age, antecedents and character of the convict as well as the gravity and nature of the offence committed by him,…

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Coffee Store Chain Does Not Want To Have E-Cig Store in Their Proximity

21st April 2016

Plans for new vape store thwarted by neighboring tenant, due to dislike of e-cigarettes. TAMPA, Fl. Imagine the scenario, you’ve searched for weeks for the perfect location for your next store. You find a place that ticks all the boxes, high roadside visibility, amazing signage, great parking, busy intersection…tick, tick, tick and tick.  Another bonus is that you will be co-tenant with a major coffee shop chain; after all, they’re always busy right? Our customers will be able to grab a coffee to go with their vape, and maybe a few coffee customers will pop in and buy their juice from us, seems…

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One Step Closer to Predicate Date Change for The Vape Industry

20th April 2016

U.S. House Appropriations Committee Adopts Amendment to Move FDA Predicate Date for Vapor Products. A press release from SFATA (The Smoke Free Alternatives Trade Association), the largest trade association representing and managing the interests of the vaping industry, announced the news that House Appropriations Committee voted to approve the adoption of an amendment to the Agricultural and Rural Development Appropriations bill to change the predicate or “grandfather” date for vapor products from February 2007 to the effective date of the FDA’s final rule. “Today is a good day for the vapor industry in the effort to help reduce the public harm caused…

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Totally Wicked Logo Causing a Stir in UK

18th April 2016

A new Totally Wicked shop that has recently opened in Maidstone Kent UK, is causing quite a stir with its eye catching logo. Cllr Fay Gooch (Ind) has complained to Maidstone Borough Council that the grinning devil is "unpleasant" and could pose a distraction for drivers. One local resident has launched a petition calling for the Totally Wicked Vape shop to ban people from using e-cigarettes outside the shop, at any time, as she has concerns regarding the proximity of the shop to a nearby school. Yet when looking at the comments that locals have left on, it seems that this might…

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No More Vaping at the Bus Stop

14th April 2016

Lincoln City Council, Oregon has decided that you are no longer allowed to smoke, vape or ‘simulate’ smoking at, or within 15 feet of a bus stop. As you can imagine, this has left many open mouthed in amazement, including one resident who according to the Lincoln Journal, mimed lighting up a cigarette to make his point. “Richard Schmeling, a Lincoln resident who promotes alternatives to cars, pantomimed getting a cigarette out, putting it in his mouth, lighting it, then smoking it. “Have I simulated smoking? I think I have. If vaping is the problem, why include the 'simulating' language," he said. “Just…

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Britons Spent 800 Million GBP on Vape Products in 2015

11th April 2016

From 340 vape shops in 2012 to now over 1500, vaping is absolutely main stream in the UK. So writes the Economist in a recent article that tries to explain many aspects of vaping. Quoting information from Euromoniter, a research firm, the Economist “estimates that Britons spent around £800m ($1.2 billion) on “vaping products” in 2015, up from £50m in 2011. The French, by contrast, spent only £290m and the Germans £230m. Analysts reckon the British love e-cigarettes mainly because they are cheap; heavy taxes make ordinary cigarettes in Britain among the most expensive in the world. Vaping can cost 90% less…

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Were You April fooled by a Vape Magazine?

7th April 2016

Spinfuel vaping magazine helped pull off one of the greatest hoaxes so far this year with a story published on April 1st that said China had seized millions of dollars’ worth of e-cig shipments. You can imagine the shock by many on first reading this. It took quite a few people in and had many researching to find out if it was true. All credit to the magazine and the company that arranged this, however, some people were a tad annoyed, but on the whole it was taken very well and thankfully it’s not true! Spinfuel wrote about the April Fool prank, saying…

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