SS CHOICE, LLC’s 7s Ecigs has been awarded with an innovative patent. This new copyright places it in an unequaled position.
7s Ecigs is brought to you by SS CHOICE, LLC and the award came from the Patent Trademark Office of the United States. This new patent was for the technology for the most modern electronic cigarettes that can be offered to the consumers in the current market place.
New Patent Advantage
This new patent gives the advantage for an ecig smoker in determining how many e-liquid still remains inside a tank system. Cartridges typically use an old technology wherein they contain only a small amount of e-liquid and have no display or see-through window for viewing the juice inside.
This patent awarded to SS CHOICE, you need not refill the electronic cigarette often because the contained liquid can last longer between each refill.
The US Patent and Trademark Office awarded the Patent No. 8,528,569 to SS Choice 7s electronic cigarettes on September 10. The technology is for the next generation ecigarette cartridge. It is unparalleled by other innovations because it represents the highly modern high tech design for tank systems, clear cartomizers, tank and clearomizers.
SS CHOICE LLC
The company was founded in 2009. Since then, it has developed, invented and patented important technology to promote functionality of consumer electronic cigarettes.
With the newly awarded patent, the company is now even placed in a position as leader in providing consumers up to date improvements for the better smoking alternatives.
7s is a brand of ecigs is renowned in the industry for manufacturing and supplying devices, e-liquids and accessories. It is committed in its continued development and research to evolve and to advance technologies on electronic cigarettes.
The Board of Directors, Bradford J. Cunningham, said that the company’s various technologies are covered by both pending and awarded patents to replace the obsolete ecig designs; and represent prospective new customer relation backed by exclusive technologies for upcoming ecig industry.
In Georgia, more and more cities have been prohibiting smoking in almost all places excluding inside one’s home. The latest possible addition in the list is Kennesaw.
Dr. Cris Welsh has previously introduced a proposed ordinance before the City Council. This ordinance involved not just prohibition of tobacco smoking, but also electronic cigarettes. As the ordinance is still on its early stages, he council first wanted to discuss it with business owner. The council liked to know if the owners are okay with similar ordinances employed in other neighboring municipalities like DeKalb County and Savannah.
Not Like State Law
The state law includes a veto of smoking in restaurants, public pars, bars and other private indoor offices. This ban is different because it includes the modern electronic cigarettes.
Unfounded Vendetta On Ecigs
Many people are negatively reacting when legislators and regulators include ecigarettes under smoking ordinances. For them it is only justifiable to ban tobacco smoking as it can cause countless destruction not just to one’s health, but also to others and the environment.
Ecigs, however, are not proven harmful. Vapor Shop’s (in Dixie) owner David Owens believes so. In fact, many former smokers who were able to quit actually say their lives definitely became better since they used the electronic alternative.
Smokers think that not allowing them to smoke except in their own homes is a definite violation of their rights.
John Fitzrobert Webb said that he is against this move to ban tobacco use in public. This ban will limit the amount of space and number of places where smokers can enjoy their habit. Included in the ban are public buildings and essentially places where children might also commune, according to Welsh.
The last meeting of the council when this issue was tackled is just the presentation of the ban. A vote, according to Kennesaw will not come anytime soon.
Electronic cigarettes are not smoking cessation tools, but there have been countless testimonials that verify their effectiveness in kicking the habit, especially among the young and resolute.
According to the a study by the University of Hawaii Cancer Center Prevention and Control Program, those who use e-cigs to wean off cigarettes tend to be younger and more motivated to quit as compared to other smokers.
Included in the survey are certified smokers who have consumed at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime in the frequency of over three cigarettes per day.
The researchers analyzed each participant’s nicotine dependence, number of quit attempts in the past, and motivation to quit smoking.
Among the respondents observed by Dr. Pallav Pokhrel and Dr. Thaddeus Herzog, approximately 13 percent had tried e-cigarettes as a means of quitting smoking. They are younger both in age and in smoking years compared to other smokers.
Smokers who had used nicotine replacement gum, patches, bupropion, or varenicline were 2-4 times more likely to have also tried using e-cigarettes.
“If e-cigarettes are found to be relatively safer and effective as cessation aids, the appeal that they have for younger adults should be used to enhance smoking cessation among younger smokers,” Dr. Pokhrel said. “Conversely, if e-cigarettes are ineffective as cessation aids and are potentially a risk, strategies need to be developed to help younger smokers find effective cessation aids.”
Tobacco smoking is banned on all city beaches, parks, and bus stops in Honolulu. Electronic cigarettes are still exempted so many smokers are using them on the shore.
Based on demographic information provided by the respondents, the study found that Native Hawaiians were significantly less likely to use electronic cigarettes than Caucasians.
The study also revealed that motivation to quit smoking was higher among those who tried e-cigs than those who tried other nicotine replacement therapy aids.
“We were surprised about the results because we did not know how serious smokers are using electronic cigarettes to quit smoking,” said Dr. Pokhrel.
“Despite the lack of firm evidence regarding safety or effectiveness, e-cigarettes appear to have become cessation aids of choice for some smokers who appear to show a relatively higher motivation to quit smoking,” Dr. Herzog said. “Thus, this study confirms the importance of promptly developing appropriate e-cigarette regulations that address smokers’ use of e-cigarettes as cessation products.”
Still, there is no proof that e-cigs are healthier than cigarettes, less addictive, or even if they really help people quit smoking.
“Well, it is such a new product. There’s still much that’s not known about it. So, we don’t know the long-term safety of e-cigarettes,” said Dr. Herzog. “We also don’t know how effective e-cigarettes are for quitting smoking. We need more, thorough studies about that. So ours is just the first study showing that indeed people are using e-cigarettes to try to quit.”
You can read the entire study on the online and print versions of the American Journal of Public Health.
With health information now readily available on the Internet, smokers are more aware of the consequences of tobacco use.
The numbers don’t lie. Each year about 443,000 people in the United States die from tobacco-related diseases. Cigarettes kill more Americans than alcohol, car accidents, suicide, AIDS, homicide, and illegal drugs combined. At least 30% of all cancer deaths can be attributed to smoking.
Getting hooked on cigarette smoking can be a death sentence, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly 70 percent of smokers wish they could immediately quit. Of course, like any addictive substance, that’s easier said than done. Many smokers have tried to quit multiple times, and multiple ways, but couldn’t resist the appeal of cigarettes.
Electronic cigarettes came out in 2003 not as a cessation tool but as a smoke-free alternative to tobacco products. Turning liquid nicotine into odorless vapor, e-cigarettes do not emit carbon monoxide so they can be smoked anywhere, including indoors.
With flavors available in different nicotine levels, including zero-nicotine, electronic cigarettes have the potential to not just eliminate tobacco but nicotine as well.
There is evidence that suggest e-cigarettes do help smokers stay away from cigarettes. According to a 2011 study conducted by Webmd.com, 31 percent of e-cigarette smokers said they quit buying cigarettes altogether. Another 33 percent said they quit smoking both cigarettes and e-cigarettes within half a year.
Electronic cigarettes are currently not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) nor are they classified as cessation tools. But if it helps you finally get away from the leash of cigarettes, why not give it a go?