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Eleaf Invoke 220W Kit Preview | Practical and powerful

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    For this model, the design team kept things simple. Its curved contours and edges offer a more comfortable grip for the user. The rounded edges also shave a few millimeters off the main profile of the mod, further reinforcing its “compactness” and portability.

    The main body now houses dual 18650 cells, with a hinged battery door at the base of the unit that is easily flipped open when needed. The use of external cells is a slight departure for the brand, with many of their previous high-powered designs utilizing built-in cells. This is a very clever design decision. It allows for a top power output of 220-watts, but enables them to manufacture the setup at a reasonable cost point, making it more widely accessible.

    The mod itself features a larger 1.3-inch, front-facing screen that offers a clear, vertical, black and white display. And like we have seen with the Pico, an oval firing button is discreetly positioned along the side of the main body, for total ease of use. Unlike the Pico, which placed the 510-connection alongside the battery bay, the 510-connection is now centered at the top of main unit, ensuring compatibility with atomizers of up to 27 mm.

    For this kit combo, Eleaf has included their ELLO T Atomizer, which utilizes the HW Series coil family. These powerful stock coils are rated for use at higher powers and are ideal for non-builders. Bottom airflow control and an extendable ejuice reservoir offer some additional vaping customization. With the outputs reliant predominantly on the coils themselves, there isn’t much need for added extras.

    I feel that this is one of their more attractive designs to date. As a former Pico fan, I consider this a worthy upgrade to my beloved single battery setup. I, for one, would be surprised if it doesn’t meet or even surpass the success of the Pico, becoming the new “go to” setup for vapers who are curious about pushing out more power.

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      Anti-Smoking Campaigns – 10 Most Interesting You Won’t Believe Exist

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        We have all probably seen anti-smoking campaigns either on TV or billboards around the city. You have probably glanced at it while passing by or caught a few moments of a commercial, but do you know exactly what these campaigns are trying to promote? Yes, no? Well, either way, we have compiled a list of the 10 most interesting anti-smoking campaigns that you may or may not have heard about.

        If you know about any interesting anti-smoking campaigns that we may have missed, let us know in the comments below.

        10 Most Interesting Anti-Smoking Campaigns

        1. Quitnow (Department of Health – AU)

        This campaign was created by the National Preventive Health Agency of Australia in 2011. The informative video showcases in a serious manner just some of the deadly chemicals a person will face when smoking. The video also demonstrates these chemicals to and puts things into perspective.

        2. Don’t be a Butthead

        Don't be a Butthead Campaign

        The Butthead anti-smoking campaigns first started in 1998 to unpopularize cigarettes humorously and creatively. The CDC’s campaign tactic was to create “edgy” posters to attract as much attention as possible to point out the fact that smoking was unattractive and damaging.

        3. Ashes to Ashes

        Ashes to Ashes Campaign

        This advertising campaign was created by the ad company King for the Swedish brand Non Smoking Generation in 2009. From the picture, it feels as King was going for more of a shock tactic on just what will happen if you start or keep smoking.

        4. Smokefree

        Every cigarette rots you from the inside out campaign

        Public Health England has begun a campaign to inform people about some misconception about how rolled cigarettes are not as bad for you. Looking at the ad, it gives you a sense of just how bad they really are.

        5. The Real Cost

        The Real Costs Campaign

        The Real Cost is an interactive website created by the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products. The goal of their site is to give you the cold hard facts and truth about tobacco so someone can make educated decisions.

        6. CONAC

        CONAC campaign

        CONAC or Chilean Corporation against Cancer started the campaign ‘Smoking is Murder’ in 2008. The campaign comes across shockingly, as just how badly second-hand smoking can affect children.

        7. The Lung Association

        For more information on lung cancer, keep smoking campaign

        The Lung Association supports people affected by lung conditions. They research important treatments and cures for people with a wide array of lung problems. They campaign to promote improvements in all areas of lung health.

        8. World No Tobacco Day

        World No Tobacco Day Campaign

        World No Tobacco Day is an international event that pushes governments and the public into measures that promote better health and confronting the global tobacco crisis.

        9. British Heart Foundation

        Every cigarette we smoke makes a fatty deposit stick in our arteries campaign

        The British Heart Foundation’s main goal is to stop people from dying early from heart disease. Their campaign tactics are very direct and to the point if not a bit disturbing.

        10. Smokers Tips

        ‘Tips’ is another campaign by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) featuring tips from former smokers. The video definitely opens one’s eyes on just what smoking can do.

        Send us Some Interesting Anti-Smoking Campaigns

        Did you find our choices interesting? Yes, No? Let us know in the comments below, and if you think we missed something you think should be on our list. Tell us in the comments or on Social media.

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