The quality of the Aspire range is so high it’s quickly become one of best-known vaping brands in the world.
I can’t really believe how easy it has been. Of course there have been days where I’ve been convinced that I’d love a cigarette, and been really sure that I’d really enjoy it if I had one, but I’ve been able to resist by having a few drags on my electronic cigarette.
Those mind bending, uncontrollable, unbearable urges to go and get a pack that I’ve had when I’ve tried to give up before just aren’t there.
I’ve made it 15 days without a cigarette, and still am not thinking about smoking at all. I decided to do some maths to see how much money I’ve saved, it’s staggering that in such a short time.
One thing I have noticed over the last few days is that I have been coughing quite a bit, a really deep-in-the-lung kind of cough that hits me suddenly, then I feel no problems until it strikes again.
In this post I said that the Sky Cig became quite annoying to me because of the frequency of having to charge the batteries, and also that the batteries died and needed replacing relatively often.
My name is Dave and I live in England in the UK. I’ve been a 40 a day smoker for over 20 years, and I’ve decided that I need to stop smoking. But wanting to stop is nothing new for me. In the past I’ve tried just about everything to quit including nicotine patches, gum, lozenges, an inhalator, Zyban, Champix, and even hypnosis – and up to now nothing has worked. I did even try will power once but that only lasted for about 3 minutes! I don’t know why I’ve found it so tough to give up cigarettes in the past.