The e-cig fire debate (part two)

In the first post on this topic, we looked at the responsibility aspect that manufacturer’s have to take into account when they complain that it is ‘user error’ that is causing fires with e-cigs across the world. Thee are many examples of these fires and other related incidents, and the bottom line is that user error is no longer a viable reason for the fires. Users are not accountable for the … [Read more...]

The e–cig fire debate (part one)

In recent times, a rather unfortunate phenomenon has become quite common. People throughout the world have been victims of rather nasty accidents involving e-cigs. These have ranged from e-cigs exploding with a lightning strike of fire that nearly killed a man in Florida, to a car nearly setting aflame due to the e-cig exploding while charging overnight. No one has died yet. But the problem is … [Read more...]