Blu, as a brand, has been around for a while. Since 2009 to be exact. Back then, it was an independent brand. Since 2012, it’s been owned by two tobacco companies – firstly Lorillard, later acquired by RJ Reynolds that sold the Blu brand to Imperial Brands (via Fontem Ventures). It wasn’t until Imperial acquired Von Erl that the pod mod known as the MyBlu starter kit came into existence. Anyway on to our MyBlu starter kit review.Continue reading MyBlu Starter Kit Review
An All-In-One Heat-not-Burn Device
Now that, as a technology, heat-not-burn innovation has been accelerating it should come as no real surprise to me that PMI have been paying attention to what the user wants. When I first tried the original iQOS 2.4 I was, to put it mildly, rather surprised. Considering that the very first device I had tried (not even a PMI device to be fair) was underwhelming. SInce then IQOS have released a new device and today I will be doing a review of the IQOS 3 Multi.
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Nobody can accuse Heat not Burn pioneer Philip Morris International, manufacturer of the market-leading iQOS, of standing still. The pace of innovation slower than we see for e-cigarettes, but the technology is still moving forward at a pretty fast clip – and PMI are leading the charge. It was just a few months ago we reviewed the iQOS 2.4 Plus; now we’re going to talk about the brand-new device with our iQOS 3 review.