Andy Gray – The Electronic Cigarette Buyers Guide
A few years back, blogger Andy Gray started talking about electronic cigarette smoking. The first few months of being online, there were only a few brands on the market that had products worth reviewing. Fast forward to 2012, and Gray says there are over 250 brands on the market and many more in the pipeline.
Gray, an ex-smoker, had his first electronic cigarette back in 2009. After just one trial of the smokeless cigarette, he was hooked. Noting that “no lighters are necessary, no ash trays are necessary, and the whole aspect of being burnt is totally gone,” Gray loved what the electronic cigarette was all about.
Electronic cigarettes “vaporize a water nicotine solution” and do not leave any lingering odor. Health claims are not substantiated (yet) and for that reason, it’s not viable to say there is no second hand smoke, but user’s of the product will beg to differ. “There is absolutely zero second hand anything,” according to Gray. A cloud of water vapor vanishes in under 2-3 seconds, often times much faster and without a trace. Visit EGOCigs for electronic cigarettes and e liquids
These devices have been winning over ex-tobacco smokers over the last few years and the industry is threatening to steal market share from Big Tobacco. The devices can be smoked in many areas where a tobacco product can not be used, which is helping people remain social, and get their desired nicotine fix, in places like casinos, restaurants, hotels, and night clubs. The electronic cigarette is becoming a trendy option for people in places like Miami, where South Beach Smoke electronic cigarette brand is located.
Gray has put in massive amounts of time in reviewing the many brands and updating consumers on his website. He warns consumers to beware of fake electronic cigarette reviews, which are tainting the Internet and steering consumers to subpar products.
“What you see is what you get, says Gray,” who boasts a massive following the most popular YouTube channel on the topic of ecigarette reviews. “I don’t do this for fun, I do it for the betterment of society. I can’t stand tobacco smoke and don’t need my son getting burnt by your cigarette.”