9 definitions by Narkybeast

Top Definition
This is a device for turning liquids into smoke-like vapour. The liquid can contain nicotine and is usually called e-liquid.

Also known as an e-cig, personal vapourising device, technofogger and vaporette.

It is a battery powered device that emits a flavored fog containing nicotine (if the user prefers it) when inhaled. It is an alternative to real cigarettes, and contains no tobacco, tar, or the thousands of chemicals in tobacco smoke. It also produces no second hand smoke which makes it legal to smoke in most establishments.

The device uses a liquid to produce the fog. The liquid consists of pharmaceutical grade Propylene Glycol, flavorings, and nicotine. Nicotine amounts are typically available in ranges of 0-36mg per ml. A small amount of users will experience an allergic reaction to PG and should discontinue use if symptoms appear. Care should be taken to keep the liquid out of reach of children and/or pets as nicotine is a poison.

The E-cig comes in various models and colors, most of which are similar to the size of actual cigarettes and cigars.

Although the words E-Cig and E-Cigarette are commonly used, they are not the best terms to describe the device.
I don't need tobacco when I can vape with my electronic cigarette.
by Narkybeast January 16, 2009
This is a device for turning liquids into smoke-like vapour. The liquid can contain nicotine and is usually called e-liquid.

It emits a flavored fog containing nicotine (if the user prefers it) as an alternative to smoking tobacco. It contains no tobacco, tar, or known carcinogens, there is no second hand smoke.

The device uses a liquid to produce the vapour. The liquid consists mainly of pharmaceutical or food grade propylene glycol, flavourings, glycerine and nicotine. Nicotine amounts are typically available in ranges from zero to 36mg per ml.

Propylene glycol is used to make the vapour more like smoke, it is commonly used in theatrical fog machines. A small number of users experience allergic reaction to propylene glycol and should discontinue use if symptoms appear. Glycerine based e-liquid can be used in this case.

Care should be taken to keep the liquid out of reach of children and pets as nicotine is toxic.

The personal vaporising device comes in various models and colours, most of which are similar to the size of actual cigarettes, pipes and cigars.

Although the words e-cig and e-cigarette are commonly used, they are not the best terms to describe the device.
I don't need tobacco when I can vape with my personal vaporizer.
by Narkybeast January 31, 2009
This is a device for turning liquids into smoke-like vapour. The liquid can contain nicotine and is usually called e-liquid.

It emits a flavored fog containing nicotine (if the user prefers it) as an alternative to smoking tobacco. It contains no tobacco, tar, or known carcinogens, there is no second hand smoke.

The device uses a liquid to produce the vapour. The liquid consists mainly of pharmaceutical or food grade propylene glycol, flavourings, glycerine and nicotine. Nicotine amounts are typically available in ranges from zero to 36mg per ml.

Propylene glycol is used to make the vapour more like smoke, it is commonly used in theatrical fog machines. A small number of users experience allergic reaction to propylene glycol and should discontinue use if symptoms appear. Glycerine based e-liquid can be used in this case.

Care should be taken to keep the liquid out of reach of children and pets as nicotine is toxic.

The personal vaporising device comes in various models and colours, most of which are similar to the size of actual cigarettes, pipes and cigars.

Although the words e-cig and e-cigarette are commonly used, they are not the best terms to describe the device.
I don't need tobacco when I can vape with my personal vaporiser.
by Narkybeast January 31, 2009
This is the liquid used in vaporettes/electronic cigarettes to make a smoke-like vapor.

Propylene glycol and/or glycerine are the ingredients that give the vapor body like smoke. Flavourings and alcohol are also usually included. Nicotine is added in different strengths from zero to 36mg per 1ml.

I drip a couple of drops of e-liquid on my atomiser to make vapor. It is similar to smoking but it tastes better.
by Narkybeast January 16, 2009
This is a device for turning liquids into smoke-like vapour. The liquid can contain nicotine and is usually called e-liquid.

Also known as an electronic cigarette, e-cig, personal vapourising device.

It is a battery powered device that emits a flavored fog containing nicotine (if the user prefers it) when inhaled. It is an alternative to real cigarettes, and contains no tobacco, tar, or the thousands of chemicals in tobacco smoke. It also produces no second hand smoke which makes it legal to smoke in most establishments.

The device uses a liquid to produce the fog. The liquid consists of pharmaceutical grade Propylene Glycol, flavorings, and nicotine. Nicotine amounts are typically available in ranges of 0-36mg per ml. A small amount of users will experience an allergic reaction to PG and should discontinue use if symptoms appear. Care should be taken to keep the liquid out of reach of children and/or pets as nicotine is a poison.

The E-cig comes in various models and colors, most of which are similar to the size of actual cigarettes and cigars.

Although the words E-Cig and E-Cigarette are commonly used, they are not the best terms to describe the device.
I don't need tobacco when I can vape with my vaporette.
by Narkybeast January 16, 2009
This is a device for turning liquids into smoke-like vapour. The liquid can contain nicotine and is usually called e-liquid.

Also known as an electronic cigarette, e-cig, personal vapourising device
I'm going to vape with my technofogger.
by Narkybeast January 14, 2009
This is a device for turning liquids into smoke-like vapour. The liquid can contain nicotine and is usually called e-liquid.

Also known as an e-cig, electronic cigarette, technofogger and vaporette.

It is a battery powered device that emits a flavored fog containing nicotine (if the user prefers it) when inhaled. It is an alternative to real cigarettes, and contains no tobacco, tar, or the thousands of chemicals in tobacco smoke. It also produces no second hand smoke which makes it legal to smoke in most establishments.

The device uses a liquid to produce the fog. The liquid consists of pharmaceutical grade Propylene Glycol, flavorings, and nicotine. Nicotine amounts are typically available in ranges of 0-36mg per ml. A small amount of users will experience an allergic reaction to PG and should discontinue use if symptoms appear. Care should be taken to keep the liquid out of reach of children and/or pets as nicotine is a poison.

The personal vaporising device comes in various models and colors, most of which are similar to the size of actual cigarettes and cigars.

Although the words E-Cig and E-Cigarette are commonly used, they are not the best terms to describe the device.
I don't need tobacco when I can vape with my personal vaporising device.
by Narkybeast January 16, 2009

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