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Kyle Newton January 9, 2013 News & Politics No Comments

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It’s a well known fact that electronic cigarettes are reshaping the way that people look at tobacco, nicotine, and smoking products. While many people thought originally that electronic cigarettes were just a fad, they quickly proved their staying power and have become almost as widely used as traditional tobacco products. However, there are still many things that most electronic cigarette users don’t know about their e cigs. Here are a few things that you might not have known about electronic cigarettes that may help you decide if they are right for you.

For starters: nicotine. An electronic cigarette can contain as much nicotine as a traditional cigarettes. This depends on the cartridge that comes with the electronic cigarette. E cigs are meant to be used by smokers of all type, so there are e cigs that cater to everyone from menthol smokers to cigar smokers. In this way you never have to cut down on the amount of nicotine that you are used to.

Electronic cigarettes are designed to look a lot like traditional cigarettes so that you aren’t having to constantly explain what it is. However, there are a few major differences. One of them is that you no longer need a lighter or an ashtray. This convenience is great for people who like to take a few puffs while driving or don’t really have the room to carry lighters in their pockets. All you have to do is keep a charger in your car or make sure you charge regularly before leaving home and you can have a fully charged electronic cigarette with you wherever you go.

These are just a few of the things that many people forget about when trying to weigh the pros and cons of having an electronic cigarette but they are important facts that shouldn’t be easily overlooked. If you are someone who is constantly on the go or if you smoke something like menthol or cigars then electronic cigarettes could still be the way to go.

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