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    Puff Bar Disposable Device

    Founded in 2019 in Los Angeles, CA, Puff Bar bases its company on three main values: simplicity, value and – most importantly – what we believe is a healthier alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes. To maintain this path, we need a product that meets and exceeds all these criteria.


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    Michigan's flavored vape ban stops sales this week. Here's what you need to know. (Source FREEP)

    Enforcement of Michigan's flavored vaping ban begins Wednesday, which means vape and tobacco shops and online retailers will no longer be able to sell flavored e-cigarettes in the state without penalty of fines and possible jail time. 

    Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the flavored vape ban Sept. 4, in response to what she said is a public health emergency among kids using vaping products, making Michigan the first state to do so.  

    The ban is administered by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services with direction from Whitmer and instituted through Michigan's administrative rules process, which allows state agencies to create regulations or policies that, once authorized, act as laws.

    Here's what you need to know as Oct. 2 approaches:

    Question: What are the rules in the flavored vaping ban?

    ANSWER: Retailers, vape re-sellers and distributors will not be able to characterize vape products as safe, clean, harmless or healthy.

    They also cannot sell, offer to sell, distribute or posses with intent to sell any e-cigarette product that has a "characterizing flavor," other than nicotine. It includes any flavors related to any food or drink, such as fruit, chocolate, vanilla, honey, candy, cocoa, desserts, alcoholic beverages, mint, menthol, wintergreen, herbs or spices.

    In addition, advertising for vape products will be limited so they are:

    • Not within 25 feet of the point of sale. Where this cannot be achieved, they must be placed at the greatest possible distance from the point of sale.
    • Not with 25 feet of candy, food or soft drinks. Where this cannot be achieved, they must be placed at the greatest possible distance from the point of sale.
    • Not "readily seen" by a person standing outside the building at a distance of 25 feet.

    Q: What's the penalty for selling flavored vapes?

    A: Violating the rules of the ban could result in a misdemeanor, punishable by up to 6 months in prison or a fine of up to $200 or both.

    Sales of flavored vape products will be punished on a cumulative per-item, per-transaction basis.  

    Violations of the advertising ban are calculated daily, with each 24-hour period counting as a separate violation. 

    Q: Is this a permanent ban?

    A: No. The rules are effective for 180 days, which means the ban will continue only until March 30, 2020. After that, the ban can be extended for an additional six months.

    After the time runs out, Whitmer could go through the formal rules process through the Legislature’s Joint Committee on Administrative Rules to continue the ban or ask the Legislature to enact a bill that would enshrine it in state law.

    Q: Wasn't selling e-cigarettes to minors already illegal prior to the ban?

    A: Yes. On June 4, Whitmer signed Senate Bills 106 and 155, which prohibit the sale of e-cigarettes and other non-traditional nicotine products to minors. In her signing message to the Legislature, the governor criticized the legislation for not going far enough to protect Michigan’s kids from nicotine addiction, calling the marketing, packaging, and taste of e-cigarettes a “bait-and-switch” engineered to “create new nicotine addicts.”

    Q: Why did the governor think that sales of flavored vapes are a public health emergency?

    A: In her announcement of the ban, Whitmer pointed to research that shows e-cigarettes, also known as vapor products or vapes, are the most commonly-used tobacco product in the United States. Nationally, their use rose 900% among middle school and high school students between 2011-2015. 

    Sharp increases in the use of e-cigarette products among high-schoolers were reported in Michigan from 2015-2016 and 2017-2018, with counties reporting an additional 30% to 118% increases, according to the MDHHS.  

    "Companies selling vaping products are using candy flavors to hook children on nicotine and misleading claims to promote the belief that these products are safe," Whitmer said in a statement announcing the ban. "That ends today. Our kids deserve leaders who are going to fight to protect them. These bold steps will finally put an end to these irresponsible and deceptive practices and protect Michiganders’ public health." 

    In addition, a national outbreak of 805 e-cigarette-related lung infections are now under investigation in 46 states and one U.S. territory, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and has caused 12 deaths. 

    The CDC, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, state and local health departments, and other clinical and public health partners are investigating a multi-state outbreak of lung injury associated with e-cigarette product use, or vaping.

    All reported patients have a history of e-cigarette product use or vaping.

    Among the 771 patients for whom the CDC has data, 62% of patients are 18 to 34 years old; 22% of patients are between 18-21, and 16% of patients are under 18 years old.

    The latest findings from the investigation into lung injuries associated with e-cigarette use, or vaping, suggest products containing THC play a role in the outbreak.

    Q: What is causing the outbreak of lung injuries?

    A: The latest findings from the investigation into lung injuries associated with e-cigarette use, or vaping, suggest THC products play a role in the outbreak.

    Most of the people who have developed lung injury reported using THC-containing products, or both THC-containing products and nicotine-containing products, according to the CDC. Some of the patients reported using only nicotine-containing products.

    Health officials have yet to determine whether one or more e-cigarette or vaping products, substances, brands or methods of use is responsible for the outbreak.

    The CDC has received data on substances used in e-cigarettes or vaping products in the 30 days prior to symptom onset among 514 patients. Of them:

    • About 77% reported using THC-containing products; 36% reported exclusive use of THC-containing products.
    • About 57% reported using nicotine-containing products; 16% reported exclusive use of nicotine-containing products.

    Q: Can Michigan's flavored vape ban be stopped?

    Two lawsuits aim to stop the ban. 

    The first, filed in Houghton County Circuit Court by Marc Slis, owner of the 906 Vapor vape shop, seeks a temporary restraining order be issued to stop the ban while the case is being heard.

    Slis contends that the state's new flavored vape rules are illegal and will force him to close his store, where 80% of his inventory is prohibited under the ban.

    A second legal challenge came Friday from Mister E-Liquid, a Grand Rapids-based e-cigarette manufacturer, retailer and wholesaler. It was filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan and seeks an emergency relief to stop enforcement of the ban before it takes effect.

    In addition, two Republican lawmakers also have taken aim at Whitmer’s efforts to ban flavored vape products in the state.

    Rep. Steven Johnson, R-Wayland, introduced a bill Tuesday that would stop the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services from banning the sale of flavored vapes that have a nicotine level of 2% or less.

    More: Flavored vape ban faces new challenge from Michigan GOP lawmakers

    More: Vaping illnesses: The difference between black market and medical marijuana dispensaries

    And Rep. Beau LaFave, R-Iron Mountain, introduced a bill last week that would prohibit the state from implementing rules that limit the production, sale or use of vaping products.

    “The administration’s concerns about youth vaping are legitimate, but is there a way we can address that without hurting a lot of (adult) smokers who have used vaping to quit smoking,” he said. “Most of the youth are going after the high-nicotine vapes and those who are trying to quit smoking are not using those high nicotine levels.”

    Neither bill will get a hearing or a vote before the flavored vape ban goes into effect. 

    Q: How will enforcement of the ban work?

    A: "MDHHS is working with local and municipal law enforcement agencies regarding enforcement of the emergency rules. Enforcement of the emergency rules is a multifaceted response involving law enforcement at both state and local level and an online complaint-based system," said Lynn Sutfin, a spokeswoman for MDHHS.  

    Retailers may be subject to inspection by local law enforcement, state law enforcement or the MDHHS Tobacco Section for follow up of a complaint, she said, noting that the department has two staff members within the Tobacco Section that can provide assistance.

    Online sales will be enforced in the same way as retail storefront sales, Sutfin said.

    Q: How will penalties be decided?

    A: Law enforcement may refer a violation of the emergency rules to the local prosecutor for further action, Sutfin said.

    While a jail sentence is possible under the emergency rules, prosecutors have discretion with regard to the sentence that they seek for violations of the rules. 

    Q: Are other states banning vapes, too?

    A: Some are.

    New York state, Rhode Island and Washington state recently announced similar efforts to ban flavored vaping products. In Massachusetts, the ban includes all vape products, not just flavored. 

    Q: What's happening at the federal level?

    A: President Donald Trump's administration also has signaled that it is looking at a national ban on flavored vapes. He said in September that the federal government would act to prohibit thousands of flavors used in e-cigarettes because they appeal to underage users.

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has said it will soon issue guidance on how to take flavored vaping products off the market, said Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, a process that could take months.

    Juul Labs Inc., the nation’s largest e-cigarette maker, said it would stop advertising its products in the U.S.  

    Q: What are the symptoms of the vape-related respiratory illness?

    A: Patients who have had the vaping-related illnesses have reported:

    • Cough, shortness of breath, or chest pain

    • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
    • Fatigue, fever, or abdominal pain

    Some patients have reported that their symptoms developed over a few days, while others have reported that their symptoms developed over several weeks. A lung infection does not appear to be causing the symptoms.

    Michigan judge blocks the state's e-cigarette ban ~ (Source CNN)

    North Carolina becomes the first state to sue vaping giant Juul 03:35

    (CNN)Michigan became the first state to last month to ban flavored e-cigarette sales, but that change may be reversed.

    A judge on Michigan's Court of Claims issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday blocking the state from enforcing the temporary six-month ban of flavored e-cigarettes.
    "We are resolute in our efforts on behalf of Governor Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services to protect the health of Michigan's children," Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a statement. "The youth vaping crisis is an urgent public health matter that demands immediate action."
    The state will be appealing the judge's decision in the state Supreme Court, Nessel said.
      The ruling is in response to a vape shop owner, Marc Slis, who filed a request for the injunction against the ban earlier this month. Slis operates 906 Vapor in Houghton, Michigan, on the state's Upper Peninsula.
      Slis testified against the ban at a Michigan House committee meeting on September 12, saying that e-cigarettes helped him quit smoking after 41 years.
      He called flavored e-cigarettes "life-saving" during the hearing and argued against the ban, which still went into effect.

      Vaping under scrutiny

      Michigan's temporary vaping ban went into effect last month, though retailers had until October 2 to comply. The ban would expire after six months, but the governor has the option to renew it. The ban applied to sales in brick-and-mortar stores and online.
      "As governor, my number one priority is keeping our kids safe," Whitmer said in a statement when the ban was announced. "And right now, companies selling vaping products are using candy flavors to hook children on nicotine and misleading claims to promote the belief that these products are safe. That ends today."
      E-cigarettes have come under scrutiny in the last few months, as an increasing number of people have died from lung disease related to vaping. Walmart moved to ban the selling of e-cigarettes in September, and India announced a nationwide ban in September.
        Flavored e-cigarettes have been specifically targeted, with critics saying the flavors target young people and get youth hooked on nicotine.
        New York state banned most flavors of e-cigarettes last month, as part of an effort to reduce the number of children who vape.

        Vapo - Disposable Vape by Vapotech


        The Vapo by Vaportech 

        The Vapo is a pre-filled, disposable salt nic device. While being the size of a pinky, discreetness is a key defining aspect of the best disposable vape device on the market in 2019 (The Vapo).

        The Vapo removes all stress pertaining to vaping as you don’t have to worry about proper refills, burnt coils, or a dead battery. Sold in a 3-pack, you’ll be able to get approximately 280 puffs per pod and around 840 puffs per pack, meaning that each individual Vapo has more puffs than a Juul pod, which only has 200. Additionally, the Vapo is sold with 60mg nicotine (6.0%), which is more than the common 50mg pod (5.0%).

        How to charge? You don’t have to.

        How to refill? You don’t have to.

        Once finished? Simply just throw it away.


        3-Pack Disposable Salt Nicotine Pods 

        60mg = 6.0% Nicotine by Volume.

        To Use: Remove mouthpiece protector and inhale. Approx 280 Puffs per pod and 840 Puffs per pack.

        Acrohm Fush Nano Pod System


        The Fush Nano Pod Kit features an LED light that encompasses the entire chassis and can be set to your preferred color by simply shaking the unit.  It is constructed from bulletproof PC with these finish options: marrs green, sapphire blue, pinkish purple, black, and silver. You may switch from smooth to a tighter draw for different vape experiences and a switch button permits setting power to 7 or 10 watts. Inside the Fush Nano, there is a 550mAh integrated battery that is recharged via a hidden micro USB port near the bottom. And, the safety features are high-temperature protection, low voltage protection, overtime protection, overload protection, short circuit protection, and reverse protection.

        Intense Flavor

        This new pod system is said to produce intense flavor at the 7 watt air pressure output setting. This means you can direct vape for amazing taste, but also with a great throat hit.

        Bigger Vapor

        By pressing the 10 watt output button, the device will produce much more vapor for massive clouds. When pressed 5 times, this switch will also turn off the device.

        RTA-Like 1.5mL Pods

        The pods can store up to 1.5mL of e-liquid and have an inner structure that resembles a build deck. This style of design promises vapor production that preserves the original flavor. Refilling the pod is also quite easy and occurs via a side-fill port that reduces e-juice leakage for an easy and clean filling process.

        MTL or DTL 

        Rotate the mouthpiece on the pod to switch between a tight or open draw. In this way, you can achieve more throat hit or bigger vapor.

        Hidden Charging Port

        To recharge the 550mAh integrated battery, there is an aesthetically charging interface embedded into the chassis that is exposed by pulling the bottom of the Fush Nano’s chassis. The charging process only takes about 40 minutes to complete.

        With Purchase

        Included in the box, you will receive the Fush Nano Pod Kit, a lanyard for easy carrying, a quick guide, an extra pod, a micro USB cable, a manual and a warranty card.

        Acrohm Fush Nano Features & Specifications

        • Dimensions: 100.6 x 19.3 x 19.3mm
        • Bulletproof polycarbonate pipe
        • Colors: Marrs Green, Sapphire Blue, Pinkish Purple, Black, Silver
        • 7W or 10W switch
        • 550mAh integrated battery
        • 1A hidden charging system
        • Built with Ace chipset
        • 1.5mL refillable pods
        • Vapes like RTA
        • 1.4ohm coils for nic salts or standard e-liquids
        • Top fill system
        • Glowing LED Light
        • Customize light color by shaking
        • DTL or MTL style vaping
        • Safety protections
          • Reverse
          • Short circuit
          • Overload
          • Overtime
          • Low voltage
          • High temperature