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Swansea Electronic Cigarette Company Expands

By richardf  |  Posted: December 19, 2012

Electronic Cigarette Shop by Vibrant Vapours

Electronic Cigarette Shop by Vibrant Vapours

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Vibrant Vapours, a Swansea based Electronic Cigarette company has set plans to expand in the New Year. Electronic Cigarettes being 100% Legal in public places deliver nicotine in a vapour instead of a traditional cigarette which uses combustion and smoke.  Vibrant Vapours stock a liquid nicotine which is used to refill their E-Cigs.  This nicotine (referred to as E-Liquid or E-Juice) vapourises to produce a water vapour which looks and feels like smoke to the user.

Richard from Vibrant Vapours comments: "We have seen a drastic increase in sales from our local customers, it is vital to us that Swansea is not forgotten as we expand both nationally and internationally.  Many people visiting our website or seeing our adverts have the same question, what is it like?.  This is why people can be reluctant to buy a starter kit despite it only costing an average of 9 days smoking to change their lives. 

Most of the business we do is referral, people experience "Vaping" from a friend and think... "this could work".

What we are doing is in January our all new Vibrant Vapours Coffee Lounge will open to the public, we will give a warm welcome to customers collecting orders, newbies wanting to try an electronic cigarette before they buy one and the general public to relax with a nice cup of coffee.  This coffee shop will be important to our customers and to raise the awareness of electronic cigarettes.  Everyone will be welcome (Although I must stress I.D is required to purchase any electronic cigarettes or E-Liquid).

Vibrant Vapours are moving forward in South Wales, so come January if you are passing Parc Tawe, Pop in, have a coffee and try one for yourself.

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