Another week, another new Heat not Burn device to play with. I’m really enjoying watching how the technology is developing, and how various companies are starting with the basic concept then bringing in ideas from other products – mostly e-cigs, but with some clever innovations pulled from other places, too.
Here we are, almost ready to welcome another New Year. What’s 2019 going to hold for us all? Well, who knows? In the big scheme of things whether it’s going to be a good year or a terrible one is pretty much out of our control. Economic collapse, climate catastrophes, alien invasions – my (and your) ability to affect any of these things is pretty much zero.
Where we can make a difference is at the personal level, and that’s what New Year resolutions are all about. I have a bunch this year: Structure my days better; maintain my bike so it doesn’t dissolve into a pool of rust like the last one did; eat vegetables sometimes. Stuff like that.
Merry Christmas from the Heat not Burn UK team! So it’s that time again. The turkey is eaten, the kids have filled the house with shredded wrapping paper, everyone’s drunk a little too much (except me) and you’ve taken refuge behind the computer for a while to catch up on your favourite nicotine technology.
Over the last few weeks the team at Heat not Burn UK have widened our horizons a little, and now we’re interested in pod mods as well. We like these for pretty much the same reasons as we like HnB devices; they’re a much safer alternative to smoking, without the complications of a more conventional e-cigarette. If you want to get away from lit tobacco, aren’t interested in messing around with coils and don’t fancy an iQOS for some reason, a simple device that uses pre-filled, disposable juice pods could be just what you’re looking for.