Fans of rebuildable e-cigarettes and the vaping community in general just got a little more mainstream exposure, at least with tech savvy crowds. Popular tech news site Mashable ran a story about the more advanced side of e-cigarettes. The story took a look at the hip Henley Emporium in NYC and the crowd of rebuilders that tend to hang out in the back of the lounge most days.
The article was a great insight with no unnecessary mention of old bogus studies or teen gateways or anything like that. About the only negative I can think of is if it were to inspire people who weren’t quite ready to jump in the world of sub-ohm vaping to give it a try.
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