Discussion in 'Liquid Feed APV Discussion' started by flavourchaser, Oct 17, 2018.
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So lost vape is in China ?! why am i not surprised
I thought everything was made in China at one stage?
It’s been no secret that Lost Vape is a Chinese company.
@flavourchaser - Nice looking squonker, thanks for the vid
is it suppose to ??
Suppose to what?
I’m going to choose for him: supposed to be coming out again soon then? (*is waiting patiently to buy one*)
Gotcha ….That I have no idea
MY original Drone is still my favorite dual 18650 battery squonker...looking forward to their upgraded Drone, looks good!
I’ve been hounding them every day to let me know when it’s gonna be released. All the protos are done and final colors are out already.
The fault I think is not one of lack of understanding but of complete sentences. The comment lacks th “-ed to be” that would have made it clear
Lost Vape has never claimed not to be a Chinese company. Not sure why that would be a surprise to anyone. But yes, they are supposed to be a Chinese company, and always has been. It's just they are one of the better ones.
I have no problem keeping up with those who know how to communicate in a proper manner
I like the one in black
Interesting video since China, primarily Hong Kong has some of the most severe anti-vaping laws in Asia. I believe vape devices and vape juice (with nicotine) cannot be sold in Hong Kong. When I was there 2 years ago, as a tourist, they allow me to vape only in certain areas, and carry a restricted amount of juice into Hong Kong. Vaping is banned in Singapore, restrictions in the Philippines, and banned in most places in Japan, Thailand and Malaysia.
Hong Kong has only recently moved to ban ecigs. Nic is illegal but juice and devices were not. Mainland China isn’t regulated at all.
I don't visit all the Asian countries, but I do travel to some, mainly for business, and to visit family and friends. Just to elaborate more on vaping in Asia, but please refer to vaping guidelines to the countries you may go to since laws do change.
China produces about 90% of vape devices worldwide. And yes, Mainland China has few regulations on vaping, except in some regions. Hong Kong is a part of China, which I visit on a regular basis are having more regulatory laws primarily in the selling of Juice with nicotine which is illegal. Though tourist can bring in their nic juice (in certain amounts) for their own use (may be required to show a prescription of the need to use). There were numerous vape shops in HK but none that will sell juice with nicotine. E-cigs are now (just recently) banned in HK. I was able to buy one vape device from a shop in the Causeway Branch Vape Shop, HK a couple of years ago though. Laws are changing in HK though primarily on Nic Juice which is considered a poison to the HK dept of Health. Please check updates with HK laws before you visit since the fines are hefty, and your stuff will be confiscated, so don't bring your good stuff with you.
As for Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, vaping, devices are illegal. Some tourist do vape there (mainly in tourist areas), but you take a big risk of fines and imprisonment. You may find some juice in "black market" areas, but the quality is dubious at best.
As for Japan, you will fine "some" vape shops with vaping devices and juice, but again none with nicotine. You can only vape in "designated areas". I tried vaping outside a restaurant in Tokyo and someone called the police on me. I apologize and told them I was a tourist, and they let me go without a fine but watch all the way through til I got in a car back to my hotel.
As far as the Philippines which also have numerous vape shops, vaping is allowed in designated areas. Vape shops there do sell devices and vape juice with nicotine. I found the Philippines was more accepting to vaping.
I hope the hk ban gets pushed back. I travel there pretty regularly.
In japan being white and doing something weird is pretty much enough for you to get neighborhood watched. Technically vaping isn’t illegal. It’s liquids contains nicotine for direct administration. Iqos devices are very popular. Anyway enough off topic.
I’ve been looking for somewhere that carries it for a while. Lost vape said it would be released end of October or beginning of November. Should be soon.
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