Vaping has been around for many years now and you may be wondering why people decide to vape instead of smoking traditional tobacco products like cigarettes or roll your own.
Its commonly known and stated by Public Health England in their recent Evidence Review of vaping published in March 2020 that vaping regulated nicotine products has a small fraction of the risks of smoking, but this does not mean it is safe of course. Vaping is most common amongst smokers and former smokers and often used as a safer alternative to smoking.
For example, a smoker on 10 cigarettes a day would spend £38.22/£152.88 a week/month compared to £14.50/£58.00 a week/month when vaping. That’s an average saving of £23.72/£94.88 a week/month.
* calculation based on 1 x pack of coils and 2 x e-liquids bought per week at a total of £14.50. Based on UK average cigarette price in September 2020 (£10.92).