Vapes and e-cigarettes consists of 3 parts or more

Closed tank, cig-a-like and Vape pod systems: 

1: A rechargeable Lithium-ion battery 

2: A LED lightglow tip/ activation light, and battery level charging indicator 

3: An eJuice cartridge, with a built-in coil, that heats the eJuice from the cartridge and transforms it into vapour when inhaled.  

4: Some also have a button for activating the battery

5: Suitable for beginners over 18 years of age that want to quit smoking tobacco, and intermediate and professional users who want to have a small and iconic device on-the-go.

Open-tank Vaporizers consists of 5 parts or more

1: A rechargeable Lithium-ion battery 

2: A button for activating the battery 

3: A refillable eJuice tank 

4: A replaceable coil that heats the eJuice and transforms it into vapour when inhaled.  

5: A mouthpiece

6: Suitable for the intermediate and professional users, over 18 years of age, who wants more vape, and the possibilities of mixing flavours. 

Disposable e-cigarettes not in our nature.

Some brands produce disposable e-cigarettes. Nordic Light do not do 

 disposables because its an extra and unnecessary burden to the environment. 

The Green science behind Vapes

When you take a puff from a Vape, the battery automatically activates a vaporizer that heats up the eJuice. 

The eJuice is converted into vapour, when inhaled, and evaporates when exhaled. 

There is no fire involved – No tobacco involved – No tar inhaled – No displeasing odour – No ash or cigarette butts to dispose of.

When choosing a Vape, follow your believes. Choose wisely - Choose quality.

Facts about nicotine

Nicotine is an addictive substance, and is the reason why smokers continue to smoke.  

Nicotine do not cause cancer nor death. It is not the nicotine that causes cancer or leads to smoking death – it’s the many toxic substances in the tobacco cigarette. According to the American Lung Association, at least 69 of the 7000 chemicals in cigarettes are known to cause cancer, and many of the chemicals are toxic.

For most smokers products containing nicotine serves as a gateway to help them beat their way out of their tobacco addiction 

Vapes / e-cigarettes can therefore be the Tobacco alternative – that gets you beyond tobacco.

Facts about our eJuice

Nordic Light® eJuice consists of; pharmaceutical grade nicotine, mixed with food-grade FDA and EU approved additives such as flavourings, Propylene Glycol (PG) E 1520 and Vegetable Glycerin (VG) E 422. 

PG and VG are used to distribute and balance the nicotine and flavourings in the eJuice. 

PG and VG makes the vapor and is i.e. used in food, medicine, and to make special effects in movies and theatres.

Propylene Glycol is an organic compound, with low viscosity and an ability to absorb flavours. High level of PG in eJuice, creates a concentrated taste. 

Vegetable Glycerin is an organic compound derived from plants, it's high viscosity, makes for a thicker consistency. A high level of VG, makes for a rounder and sweeter taste and help produce a thicker vape cloud. 

The Vaping History

Beyond Tobacco

The modern father of e-cigarettes is considered to be Hon Lik. Mr. Lik’s father died from tobacco smoking and as a modern Pharmacist Hon Lik decided to help people from their tobacco addiction. The first modern e-cigarette saw the light of day in China in 2003. 

But the first electronic cigarette was patented by Herbert A. Gilbert in the United States all the way back in 1963. His product was created a year before the US Surgeon General released a report linking cigarettes to lung cancer, and Gilbert never found a backer to help finance production of his invention. 

World Health Organization (WHO)

Traditional tobacco production and consumption is in strong conflict with current consumer trends. The focus on cancer and other health problems caused by tobacco, the smoking ban in offices and public places in most western countries and the focus on healthier alternatives have all contributed to a shift in habits. 

In order to reduce the potential burden of disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) successfully rallied 168 countries to sign the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in 2003. The Convention is designed to push for effective legislation and its enforcement in all countries to reduce the harmful effects of tobacco.

In the years shortly following Lik’s product introduction, the e-cigarette industry started to develop rapidly. Some might say too rapidly. During this period a number of subpar quality products were launched on the market. These contributed to sceptical press coverage during these years. 

The quality of e-cigarette products has improved greatly in recent years, pushed along significantly by the WHO call for increased regulations in 2014. 

According to Euromonitor e-cigarette market has grown with 20% a year to US$ 18 bn in 2017.   

Harm Minimization

Top scientists warn WHO not to stub out e-cigarettes:

«These products could be among the most significant health innovations of the 21st century- perhaps saving hundreds of millions of lives.» A group of 53 leading international scientists wrote in an open letter to WHO

«EC use is associated with improved quit success rates and a decline in smoking prevalence. ECs produce an estimated 18 000 additional long-term ex-smokers in England each year; a recent update suggests that figure might be as high as 57 000» GOV-UK 

«E-Cigarettes are 95% less harmful than tobacco cigarettes» 

 Public Health UK

European Union

In 2014, the European Union decided upon a regulation framework, that legalize and regulate e-cigarettes throughout the union. All EU nations adapted to this regulation framework within 2016

You can find the EU regulations here: The regulations regarding e-cigarettes starts at Article 20, page 25.