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  Star of August
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 08-31-2017, 05:28 PM - Forum: Star of the month - Replies (13)

Hey guys,

It's our 'Star of the Month' time again.

After serious consideration we made the decision that the August's credit goes to louiesquared and Crazybasil. Congratulations!

Thus they are the our Star of August.

This time, the prize will be the new EKEE and CuBOX AIO.

Please PM me with your detailed mailing address (including name and phone number).
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Stay tuned and be active.
Next month, you'll be the star.

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  Do you have any tattoos?
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 08-31-2017, 03:27 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (3)

Hey guys, Do you have any tattoos?
Sometimes your tattoo with your e-cig will have something special and unique effect.
Show your tattoos with Joyetch on comments right now.
Or you can tell us the story about your tattoos.

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  Russian Minzdrav e-cig ban 2018.
Posted by: Crazybasil - 08-30-2017, 05:34 PM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - Replies (2)

Hello, we here in Russia are ready to face an e-cig ban issued by government organization Minzdrav. It's an absurd in many ways, here, take a look at what will become with vaping in Russia. From May 15th, 2018 the following will take an effect:

E-liquid production:

Certify and clarify contents of the produced e-liquid,
Restricted nicotine volume,
Restricted bottle volume,
50% of the package must contain warnings and illustrations.

Shops and distribution:

Forbid any forms of discounts, free giveaways and degustations,
Forbid to put on display any kind of e-liquids and devices,
Forbid to vape in vapeshops and vapebars,


Forbid any kind of marketing activities, including advertising,
Ban vape expos and festivals,
Forbid to show vaping in films, serials and music videos.


Can only vape at specific places.
Indoor usage is not allowed.

Many people involved with the industry are trying to postphone this law now, but we greatly doubt our success. There are many companies with great influence on the gov, who wants vaping dead.

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  Fail to read the ohm value Evic Primo
Posted by: JoeSquib - 08-22-2017, 05:16 PM - Forum: eVic Primo series - Replies (6)

I have a problem with the evic primo, fail to read the ohm value with ALL the coils and ALL the atomizers.

There is a way to reset the box.

I tried updating the firmware but it is useless. I checked the contacts, clean the pins. But nothing, reads about 0.8/1.0 ohm more than other boxes.

Thank you for the reply.

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  The Goverment Must allow Vaping To Achieve its Full Potential .
Posted by: Vapeoholic - 08-19-2017, 08:07 PM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - No Replies

Launching their manifesto for the 2017 General Election, the Independent British Vape Trade Association (IBVTA) has called on all candidates to allow vaping to achieve its full potential, as doing so could produce a financial gain for society of at least £648 billion and save many lives.

Vaping is a disruptive technology when it comes to big tobacco. Already 2.9 million smokers have switched to vaping, of whom 1.5 million have stopped smoking completely, producing a financial gain for society of at least £108 billion.

Currently, vape products (e-cigarettes and e-liquids) are disproportionately regulated and this prevents the full potential of vaping being reached.

Vape products in the UK are regulated under the Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 (TRPR) – the UK’s implementation of the EU Tobacco Products Directive. These regulations impose the following restrictions:

– E-liquid can only be sold in bottles no bigger than 10ml,
– Tanks on vaping devices are restricted to a maximum of 2ml,
– All nicotine containing e-liquids to have been tested and notified with the MHRA,
– All vape products to be sold with the following warning, even if they do not contain nicotine when sold: “The product contains nicotine which is a highly addictive substance.”
– Nicotine strength is restricted to a maximum of 20mg/ml, and
– There are severe restrictions on the advertising of vape products.

As a responsible trade association, IBVTA and its members are not opposed to regulation. Some aspects of the TRPR, namely the testing and notification of e-liquids are sensible. However, restrictions on bottle and tank sizes, restrictions on nicotine strengths, and advertising bans, far from making vaping more attractive to smokers or even less harmful compared to smoking, instead make vaping less attractive, more expensive, and will have no impact on the limited harm associated with vaping.

There is a thriving independent vape industry in the UK providing consumers with a wide range of quality vape products. According to one recent study, vaping is now the fastest growing industry in the UK and, after the United States, the UK is the second largest market for vape products in the world. At a local level, vape shops are one of the few areas of growth on our high streets.

Despite this success, some nine million people in the UK still smoke and these regulations will make it harder for some of them to switch to vaping. After the UK has left the European Union, IBVTA therefore calls on the next government to:

– Remove restrictions on bottle sizes,
– Remove restrictions on tank sizes,
– Remove restrictions on nicotine strengths,
– Revert to the advertising restrictions set out in the Committee on Advertising Practice guidance, originally published on the 9th October 2014,
– Only have nicotine warning labels on products that actually contain nicotine at point of sale,
– Continue to resist EU attempts to introduce an EU-wide excise regime for vape products. After the UK has the left the EU, the Government should continue to oppose any calls for additional taxation on vape products, and
– When negotiating the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, do not agree to any deal where the UK is still bound by EU tobacco control policy, including the TPD – and the EU’s tobacco excise regime.


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  EU poll shows TPD isn’t working – and hints at tougher laws
Posted by: Vapeoholic - 08-19-2017, 05:04 AM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - Replies (2)

Malaysia’s most populous state is now threatening to jail anyone who vapes in public parks or shopping centres, while their counterparts in the Indian state of Maharashtra want a total ban on sales. There’s some pushback in the USA though, with a flavour ban and increased purchase age both defeated this week.

EU poll shows TPD isn’t working – and hints at tougher laws

The EU’s latest Eurobarometer survey shows that the wildly unpopular Tobacco Products Directive has failed to reduce smoking rates across the continent a year after it was introduced, and may have contributed to negative beliefs about e-cigarettes. After questioning almost 28,000 people across the EU it emerged that the percentage of the population to smoke has been at 26% since 2014. The report calls this a “stable” figure, glossing over the fact that it shows a complete failure of tobacco control policy.

It also emerged that the Netherlands has the most negative view of e-cigs, with 85% of people believing they’re harmful. Italians are the most positive, with only 34% believing this, while in the UK the number is 50%.

Worryingly, the report mentions that many people would like to see bans on tobacco displays extended to vapour products and e-cigarettes covered by existing anti-smoking laws. The EU plans to revise the TPD in 2019 or 2020, and will be tempted to add these measures to the updated version.

US academics find vaping bans push up smoking during pregnancy

Two researchers in the USA have released a new paper showing that adding e-cigs to indoor smoking bans causes a significant rise in the number of women who smoke during pregnancy. In a study of birth records for seven million American women, Michael Cooper of UC Santa Barbara and Michael Pesko of Weill Cornell found that comprehensive anti-vaping laws which include a ban on indoor use result in smoking rates that are 2% higher than normal. Previous studies have hinted at this effect, but the new data shows that it’s twice as large as thought.

It’s also been found that banning sales of vapour products to under-18s cause a significant increase in smoking among young people. It now seems that another vulnerable group often targeted by tobacco control is being harmed by over-zealous and misguided regulations.

New Malaysian park rule could put vapers in jail

Malaysia’s most populous state has passed a new law which threatens to jail anyone caught vaping in a park. Selangor, on the western shore of the Malaysian peninsula, surrounds the capital city of Kuala Lumpur and its 25 million people make up around 80% of the country’s population. This makes it extremely influential, and any developments in Selangor are likely to be adopted by the other states.

The Control of Tobacco Products (Amendment) Regulations make it illegal to vape in thirteen parks across the state, as well as in shopping centres, hospitals, petrol stations, government premises and air-conditioned offices. The penalty for breaking it is a fine of up to 10,000 Ringgits (more than £1,800 or $2,300) or as much as two years in prison. The new law is officially aimed at supporting Malaysia’s goal of being smoke-free by 2045, but like many recent anti-smoking laws vapers will be among the worst affected. As Malaysia has a lively mod-making scene it’s worrying that state politicians are taking such a hostile approach.

Flavour ban rejected in San Leandro County

San leandro County, one of the Bay Area local governments that’s currently trying to push through a ban on all flavoured e-liquids, suffered a setback on Monday when the city council rejected the proposed law and sent it back to the rules committee. San Leandro wants to prohibit the sale of any flavoured tobacco product within the county, and thanks to the FDA’s definition of e-liquid it falls within the ban. What legislators don’t seem to realise is that laws like this ban the sale of all e-liquid, making it harder to access a safer alternative and harming local businesses.

Meanwhile, St Lawrence County in New York has just voted down a proposal to raise the purchasing age for vapour and tobacco products from 18 to 21. Eleven of fifteen board members rejected the law, which had been strongly criticised by local vape shops.

Indian state politicians propose vape ban

Legislators in Maharashtra, India’s wealthiest state, are planning to introduce a ban on all sales of vapour products. Following pressure from the state health department it’s now likely that the state will become the second to do so, following the example of Punjab. India’s medical and public health establishments are extremely hostile to e-cigarettes.


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  ProC coils
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 08-17-2017, 03:32 PM - Forum: ProCore SE atomizer - Replies (15)

Hey Guys,

Have you got our ProCore SE atomizer tank?
What do you think of ProC coils?

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  Joyetech CuBox AIO Starter Kit Launching
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 08-17-2017, 10:58 AM - Forum: Joyetech New Products - Replies (5)

Dear all,

We're glad to introduce you the new starter kit - CuBox AIO.

Being all-in-one style, the Joyetech CuBox AIO starter kit skillfully integrates a built-in battery and tank into one solid unit. It adopts the anti-leaking structure with top fill and top airflow control system. This compact all-in-one unit features an elegant and visually stunning designs, making it one of a kind starter kit. The shining indicator light shows the battery life once you click the button. With the new ProC-BF series head, it provides a more restricted draw for mouth to lung vapers and a pretty soft flavorful clouds.

Click to learn more about the CuBox AIO starter kit.

Joyetech Group
Aug. 17, 2017

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  eGo One TFTA honest review.
Posted by: Crazybasil - 08-16-2017, 03:26 AM - Forum: eGo ONE Series - No Replies

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Joyetech were the ones who set me free of smoking with their eGo One Mega. I had it for ages and now one of my friends have mine. I bought this one as soon as I saw it and was not disappointed. It's a very nice cigarette, suitable for having a little bit more nicotine. It will never leak, the button is perfectly upgraded, but the real star here are ProCL coils. They can easily handle even the 70/30 liquids and have a very nice TH. I use this device with 6-9mg nicotine when I need a quick fix and don't need any clouds. I can easily recommend TFTA for those seeking a little bit higher nicotine intake, stealth device or for those who want to quit smoking. This device is good.
Cons - it's a very fragile device, top cap is easily destructed. Paint job can be damaged too.

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  ATOPACK SE honest review.
Posted by: Crazybasil - 08-16-2017, 03:18 AM - Forum: ATOPACK PENGUIN (SE) - Replies (2)

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Hello, dear people of Joyetech Social. This is my opinion on ATOPACK SE, compared to the original Penguin.
I loved the evolution of the good all-round device from Joyetech. I have used the original Penguin in different circumstances and it never let me down. I had no trouble with coils, and I have missed that window to look for e-liquid. It's easy to forget to refill, because you have 8,8ml under the hood. Then SE came out.
I loved:
- E-liquid window - it's very useful and convenient.
- Weight - SE weights less with the same versatility.
- Colors - oh god, they are beautiful!
What I didn't like is a whole story. Well, it states "honest" in the thread subject.
Firstly, plastic. Original Penguin was indestructible. SE is by any means not. I tend to look after my mods, so no abuse from me, but if you planning on getting one - have in mind that you better not drop it.
Secondly - plastic. It is very hard to keep it glossy and great looking forever. It accumulates scratches.
Thirdly - as you can see, I have both Penguins. Or, should I say - I had both. I don't know who did something wrong here, but tonight ATOPACK SE had a huge leak, the whole 5ml of e-liquid went under the silicone and get itself right into the mod. It went straight through and came out of the vents on the bottom. I found my Penguin in a puddle of liquid. I loved that tiny purple thing with all of my heart. So maybe it's a good idea to put the cartridge out when you not use it.
I will get an another one of these birds, of course. But now I have a broken heart over the loss of the purple 悲伤

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