Yesterday, Michigan announced that they would be the first state in the U.S. to ban flavored e-liquids. This includes both retail and online sales and it goes into effect immediately. Shops have 30-days to sell what they already have in stock. The ban will last for six months and can then be renewed for another six months after that.
This ban is the result of an executive order put in place by Michigan’s Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer.
Whitmer is currently doing this unilaterally, meaning she made this decision on her own without the agreement of others and she’s supposedly working with the legislature to get it written into statute later.
The Mechman 228 was sent to me for review directly from Rincoe (check it out here). Despite the name, this isn’t a mechanical device. It’s regulated. The Mechman gets its name for its mecha-robot-style appearance.
This was sent to me for review from Jam Monster. I recently reviewed Monster Vape Lab’s Fruit Monster line, which was very good, but I’ve never had anything from their Jam Monster line. Everyone seems to really love Jam Monster, so I was really excited to get this.
The Tix Pod kit was sent to me for review directly from Rincoe (check it out here). This is a small open pod system that’s very similar in style to the Artery Pal 2 but with slight design differences and other different features. So let’s talk about it!
MasteryVape.com sent this e-liquid to me for the purpose of this review. They gave me a discount code for 20% off too, so use the code VAPEPASSION if you order.
So first things first, let’s talk about the labels, which I really like. They’re just classy. Nothing flashy. No bright colors. Just a professional and descriptive label. On the label, they also show the nicotine level, bottle size, warnings, VG/PG ratio, flavor profiles, and what I find really unique, is that they have interesting facts on each bottle.