Keeping Your Battery Charged

Batteries: you can’t vape without ‘em! They have to stay charged, and they are pretty much your life source when it comes to getting your vapor on. Here is a look at the different charging choices when using South Beach Smoke; don’t feel limited, you’ve…

Carrying Your E-Cig: How to do it Right

If you’re out and about, you may be wondering about the best ways to bring your e-cig with you. Sure, they are super portable, but you still have to keep them safe and protected. If you’re carrying additional gear with you, that’s also a concern….

What You Need to Know For Vaping While Traveling

Traveling and vaping work quite well together, and most certainly better than traditional cigarettes. Here are all the goods you’ll need for vaping when you’re traveling, and how to make it go as smoothly as possible. What You Need: E-cigarettes: Good luck vaping without them!…

Leave the Smoke to the Fireworks on the 4th!

Fourth of July is right upon us, and when it comes to celebrating our nation’s independence, it’s always a really big party! No matter what kind of reveling you plan to be doing; be it pool parties, barbeques, beach shindigs, concerts, block parties, and you…

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