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The unspoken rules of vaping

14th April 2015

E-cigarettes are not part of the UK smoking ban within public places like with the traditional cigarettes and tobacco products. Even though vaping in public […]

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Try our new exciting E-liquid flavours

25th March 2015

Here at One Lite, we have developed an exciting new range of E-Liquid flavours that are available to buy directly from our website right now. […]

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Start your vaping journey with the Ego Starter Kit

11th March 2015

It is National No Smoking Day today and for all those people who want to quit smoking, why not join us here at One Lite […]

New Product: One Lite EGO MINI

17th February 2015

When it comes to choosing the right electronic cigarette for you, there are numerous things to consider.

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E-LIQUID CHEMICAL CONCERNS

10th February 2015

Over the past decade we have seen a significant proliferation in the electronic cigarette market since they were first developed in China in 2003.
Just like […]

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The End of the Road for Cigarette Packaging?

27th January 2015

They are some of the most recognisable consumer brands on the planet – from the red and white stripe of Marlboro to the distinctive gold of Benson & Hedges. But for how much longer?

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E-cigarettes help smokers quit, says research

17th December 2014

Research announced today has confirmed what we at One-Lite have known for a long time – electronic cigarettes can help smokers quit or reduce the amount they smoke by as much as half.

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One Lite welcomes decision on TV adverts

13th October 2014

The Committee of Advertising (CAD) has announced that electronic cigarettes can now be shown in UK television adverts under the condition that under-18s and non-smokers are not targeted.

WHO e-cigarette demands dismissed by doctors

15th September 2014

Doctors who have developed a new brand of e-cigarettes have dismissed the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) calls for a ban on the indoor use of the products and tough new restrictions on advertising.