Yes Kate... the numbers never matched my smoking. It is said (and no doubt it's true) that average people take about 10 to 15 draws from an analog cig... and then it's gone, finished.
Well, I was very far away from that... always around 30 draws on one cigarette before it was done. So 10 to 15 draws is farfrom my own experience... and I guess that translates itself to cartridges too... So also: not drawing less now then with analog cigs... and not getting 'hardly any smoke' either by the way... but I will get somewhat less then the 'hard drawers' will be getting per puff. Now having said all that... I did smoke what I did (the number of daily cigs) and they for sure were smoked all the way. So in the end, the total would still have to be the same... whether I smoke 20 or you smoke 20 (or 40, or 60) - if we both smoke 20 there are still 20 cigs less in bóth our packages...
So this leads to the conclusion, at least seemingly, that drawing light on an e-cig does in the end give more net-result as to cartridge-use... Perhaps something to look into a bit further at some point eh...
Yes, I think so, I think it's good for us to be able to measure and compare our habits with nicotine so we can determine how much better or worse off we are.
To be honest Katink I don't quite understand yet how it works for you. What you're saying sounds reasonable but I'm a bit tired and it's not quite making sense yet.
I think you might be saying that your e-vaping compares with your smoking because you use similar technique. You're not saying that everyone can expect to get 20 cigs worth of vapour from a cartridge even though that's how it works for you.
You're the only non-supplier I've heard of who can get that much out of a cartridge. Superstack started a poll earlier about the way we inhale, the last time I looked all the votes were for medium and heavy draws and inhaling except for one light.
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