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Discussion in 'In The News' started by Jon The Vape, Feb 24, 2017.
looks like thats the level of journalism that went into the article , very very little
"The exploded e-cigarette. Picture submitted."
I see no "e-cig" here, but i do see 2 18650's xD Think they need to do a little more research
Unless there way no e-cig to begin with! and this thick fuck was carry around unprotected cells in his pocket!
Sherlock Smut out!
Throw in a set of keys for good measure!
As it's my local so called newspaper will contact them next week and report shuts findings. Case closed
Update on this.
The device was quote " the I joy looks e cigarette which can cost up to £200" end quote.
"I do not think there is a safe e cigarette on the market."
I will scan and post the full printed article later.
Interestingly there is a quote from the senior fire officer of Derbyshire fire service telling people to take care with batteries. I know the guy myself and will see if I can get any more from him off record.
The reporters contact detail is
Feel free Apes
To be fair the response from the fire service in that article is sensible. I've seen them respond before and it's been similar.
But the guy had a Lux in his pocket? How big are his bloody pockets? My guess is this:
The Lux is prone to the bottom section coming off, thus exposing the cells in situe in the mod. I reckon the base has come apart from the body and the cell has come into contact with something metal in his oversized pocket.
Another story that could've been avoided if the subject had taken more care.
He's obviously a clumsy cunt- he mentions he's broken his back.
Ijoy Looks xDDDDDD CLONE!!!!!!
Edit: sheeeiit i was wrong! they werent 18650 but 26650s!
Also that's a red wrapper on his 26650. So it's not the Ijoy cells, which are very good, but something else. I'm guessing he's gone the cheap as possible route like your average womble does so I reckon:
Or as an outside bet:
As you do...