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Lee Johnson is a freelance writer and vaping enthusiast from the UK. A cigarette smoker since 2006, he kicked the habit in 2012 after receiving his first e-cig. He’s a strong believer in harm reduction, vehemently supporting vapers’ freedom to enjoy them both in public and in private. After landing his first writing job in 2005, he’s been published on numerous websites and print magazines, and is also currently studying for a degree in physics. He joined the EcigaretteReviewed team in 2013.
The Trinity aims to offer the performance of a top-end mod in a compact, almost cute package. But is the little box mod have enough to offer to satisfy just-switching smokers? Our Vapor2 Trinity review tests the mod to find out.
A recent study found that about a quarter of teens who’ve vaped have tried dripping, and the media wants you to be very worried about that. The truth is, though, the risks of dripping have been blown hugely out of proportion.
Our Vype Pebble review takes an in-depth look at a very unique e-cig. Looking like a vape-able rock and with the financial backing of Big Tobacco: is the Vype Pebble a hollow gimmick, or the ideal device for for new vapers?
Are you spending too much on replacement coils? If you’re willing to do a bit of tinkering and have experience with basic builds, you’ll never have to buy a pack of new coils again.
Our VaporFi Vaio 75 W TC review puts the latest all-in-one box mod to the test: does the performance and functionality justify the $129.99 price tag?
Our VaporFi Vox 80 TC review tests out the portable powerhouse box mod from the people at VaporFi: does it blow all the previous incarnations of the Vox out of the water?
Our new Vape Wild e-juice review takes a look at six of the newest flavors from the mixer: are they still one of the best places to stock up on e-liquid, or has the quality declined?
Our VaporFi Vex 150 TC review takes an in-depth look at the dual battery box mod: is it one to pick up, or one to leave at the vape store?
Yesterday, the Surgeon General released his first report on e-cigarettes, and it comes to completely different conclusions to the Royal College of Physicians’ report from earlier this year. Why? Because he puts anti-vaping talking points ahead of the facts.