Here at heatnotburn.co.uk we get our hands on a lot of products to review so that you, the consumer, can make informed choices. Recently, we’ve been sent a number of tobacco sticks (the reviews are here, here and here) and, on the whole, they aren’t bad. They each have their plus points and weak points. Mind you, when going up against the mighty HEETS from PMI, the balance is already weighted against the smaller players. Our latest is ZERO tobacco sticks made by NFIM. How do they compare? Read on to find out!
Whilst I was busy consuming the Darling herbal heat-not-burn sticks, we received word of more tobacco sticks coming our way for review. Which, of course, is great news for both us and you the consumer. For us because we get to try new stuff (which is always fun) and, of course, you because you get more choice.
As part of our recent and upcoming, review from Uwootech, we were sent some samples of their take on HEETS. Due to the popularity, or market dominance, of HEETS it is unusual to see other brands of heated tobacco products available for consumption. My co-reviewer, Fergus, has tried the Fiit sticks from KT&G but predominantly, when we review devices, we use HEETS so it makes a nice change to be able to review a consumable rather than a device.