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  Firmware V6.06 to Upgrade eVic Primo SE
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 08-01-2017, 04:15 PM - Forum: eVic Primo SE - No Replies

Dear all,

We're glad to introduce you the new version Firmware for your eVic Primo SE
.
What’s special in Version 6.06?

Adjustable Timeout Duration
For safety concerns, if you hold the fire button over a certain time, the device will shut down automatically. Press the fire button 5 times to turn it on again.

Check Preheat Status With Ease
We made it easier to check the preheat status. When the preheat function is on, the wattage icon will be turned reversed to indicate that your preheat is now on. The “W” icon will turned back to normal when you turn the preheat function off.

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You can update your device via VT software(V6.06).

Can't wait to have a try?

Keep focusing on us and make your eVic Primo SE  always up to date.

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感叹 Fire button problems and service warning
Posted by: Xtra - 07-31-2017, 02:37 PM - Forum: eVic Primo series - Replies (2)

Hi All,

I'm having problems with the fire button of a evic primo mini after less then 2 months of use.
So I have contacted service@joyetech.com and provide the requested information like movie showing the problem.

No I have received the following reply :

Dear friend,

We have an exclusive dealer in Netherlands but your product is not from them.
In fact, other dealers are not allowed to sell products in the Netherlands.
Sorry that we don't provide warranty service for products from unauthorized dealer.
Kindly suggest you contact the one who sold it to you for more help.


I already contacted the seller but they point me back to Joyetech and aren't responding to further contacts

Yes I bought the product online outside of the Netherlands but that shouldn't a problem, even the warranty card tells you to contact Joyetech.

I find this to be a really poor service of Joyetech's service department so I just want this to be a warning.

So for me it's maybe time to search for a new brand after having 2 EGo one, 2 Cuboid , 2 Evic mini and a evic primo.

Any suggestions are welcome.

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  Government Hint At Post-Brexit TPD Change
Posted by: Vapeoholic - 07-31-2017, 12:39 AM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - No Replies

Theresa May’s cabinet has finally given in to demands to publish the new Tobacco Control Plan for England. Politicians from both houses and across all parties had been pressuring the Conservative cabinet to act in order to reduce the incidence of smoking-related diseases. The contents hint at a possible change in vaping regulation post-Brexit, maybe heralding a return to large atomisers and the scrapping of 10ml bottles.
The new Tobacco Control Plan for England now replaces the older version, introduced by David Cameron’s Conservative-Lib Dem alliance. The old version gave us Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) limits to atomisers and juice bottle size, a restriction on nicotine content and a heavy hand on advertising.

The objectives of the new tobacco control plan are to:

reduce the number of 15 year olds who regularly smoke from 8% to 3% or less
reduce smoking among adults in England from 15.5% to 12% or less
reduce the inequality gap in smoking prevalence, between those in routine and manual occupations and the general population
reduce the prevalence of smoking in pregnancy from 10.5% to 6% or less
The aim is to achieve these objectives by the end of 2022.

Britain is one of the world’s focal points for progressive pro-harm reduction ideas and expert knowledge. With the advent of the Public Health England report, and then the paper by the Royal College of Physicians, we have cemented our reputation for forward thinking.

But looking to the future and saving lives in the present hasn’t been the government’s will, beyond giving vaping lip service. All the way back in February, a cross-party group of peers demanded the release of the new tobacco control plan. Lord Hunt of Kings Heath believed May’s hesitancy to publish was linked to major cuts in the public health grant to local authorities.



There is no word of how any future plans might be funded and whether Jeremy Hunt has been told where May is hiding her “magic money tree”, but there is a clear statement of intent to change things on the back of the referendum.

On page 27 of the document, the government give a clear indication that, after we have left the European Union, there will be a rethink on legislation and how it is applied to vaping: “On the 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU). Until exit negotiations are concluded, the UK remains a full member of the EU and all the rights and obligations of EU membership remain in force.

“During this period the government will continue to negotiate, implement and apply EU legislation. The outcome of the exit negotiations will determine what arrangements apply in relation to EU legislation in future once the UK has left the EU. Future tobacco control measures will need to reflect the new environment in which tobacco control will be delivered.

“Over the course of this Tobacco Control Plan, the government will review where the UK’s exit from the EU offers us opportunities to re-appraise current regulation to ensure this continues to protect the nation’s health. We will look to identify where we can sensibly deregulate without harming public health or where EU regulations limit our ability to deal with tobacco.

“In particular, the government will assess recent legislation such as the Tobacco Products Directive, including as it applies to e-cigarettes, and consider where the UK’s exit provides opportunity to alter the legislative provisions to provide for improved health outcomes within the UK context.

“The government will continue to embrace developments that have the potential to reduce the harm caused by tobacco use and as such we will consider if the current regulatory framework strikes the right balance, and whether there is more we can do to help people to stop smoking. We remain committed to a comprehensive and robust tobacco control strategy which protects the population of England.”

Coverage of the plan itself, its implications for various users and the feelings of experts will be covered in articles next week.

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  CuBox with CUBIS 2
Posted by: bey1012 - 07-30-2017, 10:57 AM - Forum: Products Review - No Replies

so this is my review of the CuBox with CUBIS 2.
this is a great little device it packs a lot of power in the palm of your hand with 50w max output. i have been using it with a few of my drippers only because the cubis 2 did not last that long with the coils provided.  i vape 90% VG liquids and the ProC-BF (0.6ohm) head that  came with the kit lasted 3 hours on the first one i used. with the second coil i used a 70% VG liquid and lasted me a week, i chain vape so that is not bad. i did almost break the cubis 2 when i first tryed to fill it up i forced the cap open without closing the air flow, it did not take much force to do it either. the CuBox also handled my TFV8 Sub-Ohm Tank with a .2ohm coil just fine  大咧嘴 it looked funny on top of it but it worked  舌    
this is a perfect device for a beginner who want to upgrade the tank down the line when mouth to long is not enough 大咧嘴
now i do keep the CuBox charged ready to use now as a backup when my other new favorite joyetech device dies and waiting on it to charge  大咧嘴

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  Embracing Harm Reduction, FDA Gives E-Cigarette Industry a Regulatory Reprieve
Posted by: Kermit - 07-29-2017, 12:01 PM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - Replies (8)

Embracing Harm Reduction,
FDA Gives E-Cigarette Industry a Regulatory Reprieve

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb extends a crucial application deadline by four years and promises "a greater awareness" of vaping's health advantages.
Jacob Sullum|Jul. 28, 2017 1:15 pm
From reason.com


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Today the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it is giving manufacturers of electronic cigarettes until August 8, 2022, to apply for approval of their products under regulations announced last year, which were widely expected to drive most companies out of business. The original deadline was November 8, 2018, and the four-year extension is supposed to provide more time for public comment and industry guidance as part of a "comprehensive regulatory plan" that aims to strike "an appropriate balance between regulation and encouraging development of innovative tobacco products that may be less dangerous than cigarettes."

The agency says "a key piece of the FDA's approach is demonstrating a greater awareness that nicotine—while highly addictive—is delivered through products that represent a continuum of risk and is most harmful when delivered through smoke particles in combustible cigarettes." That is music to the ears of harm-reduction advocates who see vaping as a life-saving alternative to smoking and viewed the original FDA rules as misguided, heavy-handed, and potentially deadly meddling that effectively gave conventional cigarettes an advantage over competing sources of nicotine that are much less dangerous.

In addition to providing regulatory relief for the e-cigarette industry, the FDA will be investigating the possibility of mandating a gradual reduction in the nicotine levels of combustible cigarettes. The idea is to make cigarettes less addictive for new smokers, but the policy is apt to hurt current smokers by forcing them to absorb more toxins and carcinogens along with their usual dose of nicotine. The FDA "intends to issue an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) to seek input on the potential public health benefits and any possible adverse effects of lowering nicotine in cigarettes."

The FDA's new commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, sees a nicotine-reduction mandate as complementing the agency's new receptivity to harm-reducing cigarette alternatives. "The overwhelming amount of death and disease attributable to tobacco is caused by addiction to cigarettes," Gottlieb says. "Envisioning a world where cigarettes would no longer create or sustain addiction, and where adults who still need or want nicotine could get it from alternative and less harmful sources, needs to be the cornerstone of our efforts—and we believe it's vital that we pursue this common ground."

The FDA also seems to be contemplating flavor regulations that might favor e-cigarettes over the real thing. It says it will "seek public comment on the role that flavors (including menthol) in tobacco products play in attracting youth and may play in helping some smokers switch to potentially less harmful forms of nicotine delivery." The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, the law that gave the FDA authority to regulate tobacco products, banned most "characterizing flavors" from cigarettes but made an exception for menthol, by far the most popular one (and, not coincidentally, a big moneymaker for Philip Morris, which supported the law). It sounds like the FDA might be reconsidering that exception, while at the same time recognizing that so-called kid-friendly e-cigarette flavors are in fact very popular with adults who switch from smoking to vaping.

The FDA says it will use the reprieve it is giving e-cigarette companies to clarify what will be required to keep their products on the market. The agency also plans to develop product standards that address battery hazards and help keep e-cigarette liquids away from children.

Over all, it looks like the FDA under Gottlieb will be taking a much more practical approach to e-cigarette regulation that recognizes the realities of the existing market and the relative hazards of different nicotine sources. Instead of wrecking an industry that seems to be accelerating the downward trend in smoking, the agency may actually embrace market-driven harm reduction.

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  FDA Pushes Back 2018 PMTA Deadline to 2022
Posted by: louiesquared - 07-28-2017, 11:57 PM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - Replies (2)

This is Big! Very Big!

https://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm568923.htm?utm_source=SFATA+Industry+News+and+Updates&utm_campaign=20fe21d859-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_07_20&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_bf36667471-20fe21d859-114819645&mc_cid=20fe21d859&mc_eid=d6009ec24e

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  Star of July
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 07-28-2017, 04:07 PM - Forum: Star of the month - Replies (25)

Hey guys,

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

Winner
After serious consideration we made the decision that the July's credit goes to Crazybasil. Congratulations!

Thus he/she is the our Star of July.

Prize
This time, the prize will be the new Cuboid Pro with Procore Aries.

Please send me your mailing address to ella.liu@joyetech.com ONLY so that we can arrange the shipment.

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心 Quality
Posted by: Crazybasil - 07-28-2017, 04:36 AM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (11)

So, last week I decided to buy two non-Joyetech-related mods by other "top" players on the market, because all new things from Joye are on pre-order. And guess what? I only had problems with Joyetech mods twice, both because I was a beginner and it was my fault entirely. I burned my Cuboid 150W and sunk my eVic VT. Both were changed by warranty without questions. And now, a week after a purchase of this so-called top mods by others - they are completely not working - one's screen stopped working after a hour of usage, second mod's coil resistance is now random every time I press the fire button. They have no firmware, nothing. And no warranty even at the official dealer. I'm so pissed. I will never buy another NOT Joyetech group product. Joyetech treating it's consumers right, while others don't. I love Joyetech even more now.

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  LG Cracking Down on Battery Resellers
Posted by: louiesquared - 07-28-2017, 02:41 AM - Forum: E-cigarette News and Regulations - No Replies

Repost from Mooch on ECR

LG Chem is sending Cease & Desist orders to vendors who they feel are still selling LG batteries to the vaping community.

As some of you might know, LG and the other battery companies are dealing with multiple lawsuits from vapers who have had battery accidents. Sony and LG added warnings to their batteries but, evidently, LG didn't feel this was enough.

I don't know how many vendors will stop selling LG batteries and for how long but we will probably see multiple vendors removing LG batteries from their web sites. It's already started.

That's all the info I can discuss here, for now. I'll have updates as I learn more.


Here is a link to the discussion.
https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/6pu32u/lg_batteries_disappearing_from_vendor_sites/

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  What's your ideal display size?
Posted by: Anastasia Liu - 07-27-2017, 01:28 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (3)

Dear all,

We have launched the different sizes of screen so far.
From 0.96 inch display to 1.3 inch OLED display and to 2.4 inch TFT color display again.
Which screen size do you prefer? Or what's your ideal display size?
想法

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