Ever since the first Heat not Burn devices appeared, they’ve been controversial. Most of that controversy has come from politicians and the public health industry, who seem to have hated the technology right from the beginning. If you’re a vaper their complaints will be pretty familiar; HnB users haven’t really quit, they’re still addicted to nicotine, it’s just a different kind of cigarette, it’s all a Big Tobacco plot to get children hooked… you know the sort of thing. It’s all hyped up, it’s all alarmist – and it’s all untrue.Continue reading Could heat not Burn make Britain smoke free?
Refine the king
With the independent vendors seemingly putting pressure on Philip Morris International by coming out with some good, or very good, devices in the heat-not-burn marketplace (capitalism for the win!), it should come as no surprise at all that they are working hard to be at the forefront.Continue reading IQOS 3 DUO review
It feels like it’s taken forever, but iQOS is now on sale in the USA. Although it hasn’t officially launched yet, Philip Morris International’s first American iQOS Store has been in “soft operational mode” for almost three weeks now. The FDA granted iQOS a Pre Market Tobacco Authorisation back in April, so PMI haven’t exactly rushed to get the shop open, but it’s there now and Atlantans have the chance to legally try Heat not Burn for the first time.Continue reading iQOS in the USA – Bad timing, or good luck?