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FEELM arranged giveaway events during Vapril to help smokers quit

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As a leader in the vaping industry and flagship tech brand belonging to SMOORE, FEELM participated in a series of giveaway events in London to support the UK’s annual Vapril initiative, organised by trade body the UK Vaping Industry Association. FEELM says the events aimed to promote vaping as a safer alternative to smoking, encouraging smokers to make the switch and find a healthier vaping solution to achieve the harm reduction. The activity sought to raise awareness about the advantages of vaping and help individuals to take control of their health.

Vapril is an annual campaign launched by UKVIA, The UK Vaping Industry Association, to raise awareness about the benefits of switching from smoking to vaping. This year, the month-long campaign focused on educating the public about the harm reduction potential of vaping, providing resources and support for those looking to quit smoking, and promoting a healthier lifestyle.

By attending the Vapril launch event, FEELM says it showcased its commitment to supporting the cause and helping people to quit smoking. The initiative gained support from various industry leaders, health professionals, and public health organisations, highlighting the need for a healthier alternative to traditional cigarettes.

FEELM says its giveaway events, “align with the UK government's initiative to provide one million free e-cigarettes, which encourages smokers to switch to vaping as a healthier alternative. This policy is a reflection of the growing consensus among health experts that e-cigarettes are significantly less harmful than combustible tobacco products. By participating in this initiative, FEELM is taking a proactive approach in helping smokers quit and transition to a safer alternative, ultimately contributing to the overall improvement of public health.”

The giveaway featured FEELM Max's latest vaping solution, which is equipped with the cutting-edge vaping technology, including the new S1 ceramic coil.

This “state-of-the-art vaping technology aims to develop a new cleaner and provide consumers with a purer, safer, and more enjoyable vaping experience”, the company said.

With the S1 ceramic coil, FEELM Max's latest vaping solution boasts an array of remarkable advantages. Impurities are reduced by 78%, providing a cleaner vaping experience compared to traditional cigarettes, while the 100% reduction in oral residue eliminates the unpleasant aftertaste often associated with smoking. The decrease in aldehyde and ketones by 92.5% results in a more pleasant experience for both users and those around them. The fineness of particle size is doubled, ensuring a silky, smooth, and satisfying vapor, while a 35% increase in taste consistency guarantees a reliable and enjoyable experience with every use. “Additionally, the transparent tank design alleviates e-liquid anxiety by allowing users to monitor the juice level and refill as needed, making for a truly comprehensive and user-friendly vaping solution.

These features make it easier for smokers to transition away from traditional cigarettes, offering an effective tool for harm reduction and smoking cessation. With a strong emphasis on research and development, FEELM is dedicated to refining its technology and providing consumers with the best possible vaping experience,” FEELM concluded.

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Dave is a freelance writer; with articles on music, motorbikes, football, pop-science, vaping and tobacco harm reduction in Sounds, Melody Maker, UBG, AWoL, Bike, When Saturday Comes, Vape News Magazine, and syndicated across the Johnston Press group. He was published in an anthology of “Greatest Football Writing”, but still believes this was a mistake. Dave contributes sketches to comedy shows and used to co-host a radio sketch show. He’s worked with numerous vape companies to develop content for their websites.

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