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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.
Our Voopoo Drag Mini Platinum review takes an in-depth look at the compact but feature-packed mod. Can it compete with the larger Drag 2 and some of the other excellent compact mods on the market?
Our Smok A-Priv review puts another affordable dual-battery vape mod from Smok to the test: does it offer more than the many similar devices on the market, or is it only worth considering if you’re on a tight budget?
A new study has found that for every e-cig pod not purchased as a result of raising taxes on vaping, 6.2 additional packs of cigarettes will be sold on average.
A new study looks at data from over 13,000 smokers and former smokers in the EU, finding that daily vapers are much more likely than non-vapers to have quit smoking in the past five years.
Our Smok D-Barrel review takes a look at the affordable dual-battery device from Smok. The $30 price-tag makes it a tempting option, but can you do better for your money?
Our Voopoo Drag 2 review takes a detailed look at what one of the industry-leading mods can do. Is it really as good as people say, or are there better options out there if you’re looking for the very best?
Vaping makes quitting smoking easier, but it still isn’t exactly easy. To maximize your chances of switching, you’ll need to learn the basics about vaping and how to set yourself up for success.
A meta-analysis from Stanton Glantz made the claim that vaping while still smoking actually reduces your odds of quitting, but new data from the UK shows that this isn’t true at all.
A new study claims to have found carbon monoxide in e-cigarette vapor, and the news media is sounding the alarm: but is it a genuine concern? With echoes of the formaldehyde story from years ago, the answer is a resounding “no.”