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RTX10MC3
E-Cigarettes, The Future of Smoking? - 13 Jun 2013
Images showing various brands of e-cigarettes. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. "After I first tried this, I left half a cigarette in the ashtray and never went back," says Zoltan Kore, who co-runs the newly opened London e-cigarette
shop "Smoke No Smoke". "I'm not a smoker now, I'm a vaper," says business partner Gabor Kovacs. "The awful morning coughing
fits have gone, and the waking up in the night struggling to breathe has gone, too."
HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/
RTX10M4Q
June 13, 2013
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' puffs on an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London June...
London, United Kingdom
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' puffs on an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' puffs on an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9, 2013. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. Picture taken June 9, 2013. To match Insight HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/
RTX10M52
June 13, 2013
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarette flavour attachments that his shop sells in Camden...
London, United Kingdom
Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarette flavour attachments that his shop sells in Camden in...
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarette flavour attachments that his shop sells in Camden in London June 9, 2013. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. Picture taken June 9, 2013. To match Insight HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/
RTX10M4V
June 13, 2013
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' puffs on an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London June...
London, United Kingdom
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' puffs on an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' puffs on an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9, 2013. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. Picture taken June 9, 2013. To match Insight HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/
RTX10M4K
June 13, 2013
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarettes that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9,...
London, United Kingdom
Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarettes that his shop sells at Camden in London
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarettes that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9, 2013. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. Picture taken June 9, 2013. To match Insight HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/
RTX10M4D
June 13, 2013
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' smokes an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9,...
London, United Kingdom
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' smokes an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' smokes an e-cigarette that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9, 2013. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. Picture taken June 9, 2013. To match Insight HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/
RTX10M4B
June 13, 2013
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarettes that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9,...
London, United Kingdom
Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarettes that his shop sells at Camden in London
Gabor Kovacs of 'smoke no smoke' displays e-cigarettes that his shop sells at Camden in London June 9, 2013. Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future, they argue. Cheaper, cleaner and cooler than smoking, "vaping" - using a vaporiser to inhale nicotine infused with exotic flavours ranging from pina colada to bubblegum - will spell the end of tobacco. Picture taken June 9, 2013. To match Insight HEALTH-ECIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTR3ELVI
March 05, 2013
A man uses an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal...
Paris, France
A man uses an E-cigarette in this illustration picture taken in Paris
A man uses an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal cigarette, in this illustration picture taken in Paris, March 5, 2013. A changeable filter contains a liquid with nicotine and propylene glycol. When the user inhales as he would when smoking, air flow is detected by a sensor and a micro-processor activates an atomizer which injects tiny droplets of the liquid into the flowing air, producing a vapour. The E cigarette is powered by a rechargeable battery. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE/
RTR3ELV8
March 05, 2013
A man uses an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal...
Paris, France
A man uses an E-cigarette in this illustration picture taken in Paris
A man uses an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal cigarette, in this illustration picture taken in Paris, March 5, 2013. A changeable filter contains a liquid with nicotine and propylene glycol. When the user inhales as he would when smoking, air flow is detected by a sensor and a micro-processor activates an atomizer which injects tiny droplets of the liquid into the flowing air, producing a vapour. The E cigarette is powered by a rechargeable battery. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE/
RTR1YQKS
March 25, 2008
A woman displays a package of E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer...
Bordeaux, France
A woman displays a package of E-cigarette in Bordeaux
A woman displays a package of E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal cigarette, in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on March 25, 2008. The changeable filter contains a liquid with nicotine and propylene glycol. When the user inhales as he would when smoking, air flow is detected by a sensor and a micro-processor activates an atomizer which injects tiny droplets of the liquid into the flowing air, producing a vapour. E cigarette, which retails for 78 euros, is powered by a rechargeable battery. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1YQKN
March 25, 2008
A woman smokes an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a...
Bordeaux, France
A woman smokes an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, in Bordeaux
A woman smokes an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal cigarette, in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on March 25, 2008. A changeable filter contains a liquid with nicotine and propylene glycol. When the user inhales as he would when smoking, air flow is detected by a sensor and a micro-processor activates an atomizer which injects tiny droplets of the liquid into the flowing air, producing a vapour. The E cigarette, which retails for 78 euros, is powered by a rechargeable battery. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1YQK2
March 25, 2008
A woman displays a package of E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer...
Bordeaux, France
A woman displays a a package of E-cigarette in Bordeaux
A woman displays a package of E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal cigarette, in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on March 25, 2008. The changeable filter contains a liquid with nicotine and propylene glycol. When the user inhales as he would when smoking, air flow is detected by a sensor and a micro-processor activates an atomizer which injects tiny droplets of the liquid into the flowing air, producing a vapour. E cigarette, which retails for 78 euros, is powered by a rechargeable battery. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
GOLDENDRAGON PROSPECTS
RTR1PHUG
May 09, 2007
An 'e-cigarette' package, which contains two cigarette-shaped devices, a cigarette holder and a battery...
Hong Kong, China
An 'e-cigarette' package is displayed in Hong Kong
An 'e-cigarette' package, which contains two cigarette-shaped devices, a cigarette holder and a battery charger, is displayed in Hong Kong May 9, 2007. Golden Dragon (Holdings) Ltd, which controls SBT (Holdings) Co. Ltd., purveyors of the world's first "electronic cigarette", expects sales to double in 2007 as it expects overseas and some of China's legion of smokers try to kick the habit. The battery-powered, cigarette-shaped devices that deliver nicotine when inhaled and otherwise hope to emulate the smoking experience -- can find a market as tobacco substitutes, for health or pleasure. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
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