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Save Money with Electronic Cigarettes

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The research, presented in the form of an infographic goes on to detail how the money saved by vapers (members of the e cig community) can be better invested. The researchers discovered that the money saved in the switch could be used to pay for the weekly grocery bills for a full year. Slightly more superfluous investments have also been suggested such as two iMac computers or a stay in London’s most famous luxury hotel for the whole family.

The great monetary benefit is just one of the reasons why many people are jumping on the electronic cigarette bandwagon at the moment as more and more are making the switch. Other reasons include in lack of tobacco present in the product and the increased freedom of usage.

The infographic goes on to discuss the environmental costs that are being saved as people switch from traditional cigarettes to their electronic brethren. The researchers have discovered astounding facts in regards to the environmental impact of e cigs; including the 600 million trees that are chopped down every year.

The infographic makes it more obvious than ever that switching to e cigs can be a great money saver.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: A+

The design for this infographic is creative and interesting. The color scheme and images that are used work well with the information and add a bit of humor to the infographc.

Infographic Information: A+

The information is eye-opening and shocking at times. A great way to show the dangerous of traditional smoking as well as the cost.

Infographic provided by totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/

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2 Comments on “Save Money with Electronic Cigarettes”

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