Discounted Vaping Starter-kit (choice of E-Cigarette or Refillable Vape Pod)

Access to downloadable materials to help you prepare and stay on track.

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The discounted starter pack includes a draw string bag to keep stocked with water, healthy snacks and any vaping supplies you may need when you are out and about. It’s a great way to keep things organised when you’re in the office or visiting friends. Be prepared!

When you first switch to vaping it’s important to keep the volume of vapour your inhaling to a minimum. Not because it can harm you, but rather so you can perfect vaping.  We consider sub ohm devices to be suitable for a practiced vaper as they are designed to allow you to increase or decrease the amount of vapour you inhale. For some vaping newbies, too much vapour can make them feel a little nauseous.  Our Refillable Pods and E-Cigarette devices take the guess work out of vaping, allowing you to focus on the switch rather than on how you’re vaping.

No, you can join whenever you like as we want to make the decision to quit smoking as easy as possible. You can purchase the support materials and join the programme online at any point.

No. Vaping products are consumable and while we offer a limited warranty on devices that does not extend to refunding on the materials purchased because you have decided to go back to smoking.

Any NHS doctor won’t advise this unless there is a specific medical reason why you can’t use vaping as a way to quit.  Perhaps you have an allergy or another medical condition. Talk to both your GP and local NHS quitting service to get more information.

It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been smoking, quitting tobacco will increase your life expectancy (provided you stop ahead of developing cancer or another serious disease). Your body will start to heal just 24 hours after you stop. Make the switch!

After quitting combustible tobacco:

24 hours:            Your blood pressure and lungs will start to show improvement.

3 months:           You should feel a noticeable improvement in your circulation and breathing.

5 years:               You are 50% less likely to have a heart attack than a smoker.

10 years:             Your risk of lung cancer falls to about half that of a smoker.

Reference: NHS Smoke Free Service Guidelines

The most important aspect of successfully quitting is getting support. Less than 3% of smokers succeed in quitting when they go it alone or go ‘cold turkey’.

The NHS has so many great services to help you succeed. Our Switch to Quit Private Group is also a great place to engage with other people making the same important journey you are making.

Switching to quit is a proven method of quitting smoking, but it works best if you have support.

The key to success is in the preparation.  Get ready to quit, don’t just do it and then try to get organised. You’ll be trying to figure it out, fight cravings and withdrawal all at the same time.  GET A PLAN!

Decide to quit – set a date (give yourself enough time to prepare everything).

If you aren’t sure how it will affect you, make an appointment with your doctor or local NHS quitting service.

Figure out your plan for switching – think about how much you smoke and whether you will find it easier with a stronger Nicotine content e-liquid to begin with.

Clear out your house and office of any junk food (you will feel hungrier) and get a bunch of healthy snacks in place so you have them where you need them.

Invest in a bottle to carry water with you – never leave home without access to water.

REMEMBER: Vaping is 95% less harmful than smoking and Nicotine is not a harmful substance when inhaled.1,2


  1. McNeill, A. et al. Evidence review of e- cigarettes and heated tobacco products 2018. A report commissioned by Public Health England (2018).
  2. Andy McEwen and Hayden McRobbie, Electronic cigarettes: A briefing for stop smoking services, National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training (NCSCT) in association with Public Health England (2016)

Cutting Back – you smoke fewer combustible tobacco products.

Quitting Smoking – you stop smoking cigarettes, cigars, pipes, etc.

Switching – you have completely switched to vaping and you never smoke combustible tobacco.

Cutting Back on Nicotine – reducing the amount of Nicotine you inhale when vaping, but you have stopped smoking.

The most effective way to improve your health is to quit smoking.  If you smoke, vape.