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“If we get all tobacco smokers to switch from regular cigarettes to electronic cigarettes, we would eventually reduce the US death toll from more than 400,000 a year
to less than 4,000, maybe as low as 400.”
In 1963, an American named Herbert A. Gilbert designed the first complete design of an electronic cigarette. The device produced mist rather than steam, and it contained no nicotine. Although the device was patented in the United States and a prototype had been produced, it had not attracted as much attention as modern electronic cigarettes and had not been commercially produced on a large scale.
1963 - First Idea
2001 - They're back
The production and development of electronic cigarettes remained quiet in the 80s and 90s, but in 2001, a Chinese pharmacist named Hon Lik started working on the modern electronic cigarette. The main difference between Hon Lik's initial designs and the electronic cigarettes we smoke today is that the battery-powered heating element of the first electronic cigarettes was replaced by ultrasonic technology. Moreover, these electronic cigarettes consisted of only three parts and there were no Open System electronic cigarettes. During this period, Hon Lik was also responsible for the creation of e-liquid, he then experimented with several liquids that could contain nicotine and produce steam.
In 2003, Hon Lik patented his design and introduced it to the Chinese market in 2004. The device was first called the "electronic cigar" and quickly gained a loyal following in China. Other versions of Hon Lik's design have also been developed and sold on the Internet in the United States through small companies.
2004 - On the Market
2007 - USA & Europe
Echoes of the success of the electronic cigarette soon began to resonate throughout Europe and the United States, and the electronic cigarettes were released for sale in these two regions at the end of 2007. Early adopters of the technology began to innovate and brothers Umer and Tariq Sheikh invented the cartoner. Unlike previous designs, the cartoner was equipped with a heating spring contained in the liquid reservoir. It could now be filled manually with e-liquid, rather than being replaced by a new cartridge.
Electronic cigarettes continue to grow in popularity, with more than 10 million vapers in the United States.
The industry itself also continues to grow, Analysts are forecasting a value of more than $50 billion by 2025.
Future of E-cigarette
Stopping, or even the idea of stopping, smoking has always anguished me, I feel my addiction very strongly. But the regular reduction thanks to the switch to the e-cigarette goes without problem, and I even want to buy a second one to vary between several flavors during the day. The economic benefit is quickly obvious, and my waking cough has almost disappeared. For the color of my lungs, we'll see in a few years ...
My brother made me try the electronic cigarette. I tested it out of curiosity and found it tasted good. The feeling is close to a real cigarette: the smoke, the warming of the throat ... Small effects that long time smokers generally appreciate. I bought one with the aim of smoking it most of the time while giving myself real cigarettes for the "important" moments of the day (after lunch, mid-afternoon and after dinner). I went to a specialty shop. They're the best!
According to tobacco experts, the components that are aspirated are less dangerous than those present in cigarettes. The other advantage is that you can (still) vaporize just about anywhere: at the restaurant, in the train ... In short, overall, it's better for my health. At least, until new studies prove otherwise!
But, between you and me, sometimes I crack up and get a little bit of a buzz. And that's good!