was just wondering if the vapour produced from v aping e-cigs is likely to set off firesmoke alarms?
i ask because the main reason i am going into e-cigs is because i didnt want to keep trolling outside in the rain/snow/cold just to have a fag.
so im thinking - if i vape in the locker room/toilets/reception/canteen at work - is it going to make the alarms/sprinklers off? or am i goin g to have to keep going outside?
im not too bothered now the weather is getting nicer but when it turns again ill be gutted if i still have to go out in it!
Just tried it, in the room vaping it does not go off, but if you blow onto it directly from a short distance it goes off...