As well as being a popular website to purchase from we are also a very good comprehensive review website for everything heat not burn related. We have over twenty reviews so far of heat not burn devices from all over the world. We are usually inundated with companies asking us to review their products but at the moment we are not quite so busy, so we are reaching out in this post.
I think I’ve probably mentioned before that, outside of places like Philip Morris’s research lab in Neuchatel, I might just have the largest collection of Heat not Burn devices in the world. Although I’m mostly a vaper I actually have a lot more tobacco vaporisers than I do e-cigs.
Obviously the reason I have so many HnB gadgets is that people give me them to review, but to be honest I’d probably have started collecting them anyway at some point. By the time I started vaping in 2013 the technology was already pretty mature; within a few weeks of stubbing out my last cigarette I was using a variable-power mod and rebuildable atomiser. There have been a few tweaks since then, but I’m still using evolved versions of those devices.
We’re mostly interested in Heat not Burn products – obviously; take a look at the name of the site – but we’ll take a look at any safer alternative to smoking. If it lets people inhale nicotine without all the toxins you’ll find in a cigarette, HnB UK will be happy to review it. You’ve probably noticed us looking at a couple of pod mods recently, and our last review but one was the Aspire Nautilus AIO.
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.