Tobacco smoking has been traced to Mexico around 1400 BC. Until recently, the use of tobacco has been a cultural and trendy pastime for relaxation, recreation, personal enjoyment, etc. Tobacco use has been a cultural staple for many years. From Native Americans to the introduction to women smokers, as a commonplace, of flappers in the Roaring 20’s, or the gentlemen pipe smokers of the Victorian Era, tobacco use has been widely accepted by society.
Modern medicinal science has since reported several links between the carcinogens contained in tobacco smoke and their additives to several forms of cancer and other health conditions. Many people within the Unites States have become more health conscious, taking heed to this scientific link. The only dilemma, nicotine is highly addictive and the smoking cessation aids that were on the market, including patches and medications, were limited in effectiveness. With this realized, coupled with a person’s typical need to mimic the need to inhale a cigarette through the mouth, the Electronic Cigarette was born.
Early models of the E-Cig failed due to build quality, the inability to accurately mimic the feel of smoking an actual cigarette. This is until Kyle Newton created 7’s, a company dedicated to the development of a lifelike simulation of smoking an actual cigarette, and geared to saving the lives of smokers. 7’s is dedicated to building a high quality product with fantastic performance. This is apparent to those who have tried this particular brand. 7’s is constantly evolving to stay ahead of the market with new products, like their newly released Hybrid Vision, which is roughly the size of a small cigar.
Recently, a story was run by NBC with Brian Williams featuring 7’s. The story indicates that smoking E-Cigs, or “vaping”, is on an upward trend. This is certainly good news for the general population due to the decrease of exposure of smokers and second hand smoke. As we continue to evolve into a health conscious society, 7’s will certainly be a catalyst in the extinction of tobacco use as a whole.