The best e‑cigarettes are now available on the market.
There are now more than 60 brands available on e-cigarette websites and e-cig shops.
Here’s a look at which brands are leading the charge in this rapidly evolving market.
Top e-cigs: What are they?
E-cigarettes are battery-powered devices that use liquid nicotine as a heating element and heating element, typically heating water to about 100°C (177°F).
The vapor can be heated by a fan, and the liquid nicotine is heated with a coil of wire.
The coils are heated to temperatures up to 900°C, and are capable of producing up to 200 vapour per puff.
Some e-liquids can be mixed with liquid nicotine to produce aerosols, which are then inhaled.
In some brands, vapour is used to heat water.
Some companies, such as the British American Tobacco Company (BAT), are trying to develop new types of e-liquid which do not use nicotine as heating element or heating element with water.
Others, such of Nespresso, use a combination of liquid nicotine and water to create vapour.
The most popular brands in the UK are: BAT: British American, Nespoke, Purell, Tropicana, Nude, Tobacco Cloud, Vapour, Vaporizer, VVN, Vmax, Vivid.
BAT is owned by the British tobacco company Imperial Tobacco.
In 2017, the company said it planned to launch a range of flavours, including its “No. 2”, a blend of two different types of tobacco, and a “No 1”, a combination that includes both tobacco and vanilla.
Nespokes: Nespos, a name that refers to a tobacco brand in Spain, is a British company which was founded in 2010.
The brand has a range for e-juices, and it produces e-gases.
The company says it produces 80% of its products from e-waste.
It was founded by entrepreneur Adam Griffiths, who also founded the UK e-commerce site Etsy.
Nescafe: Nescafé is a company which is owned and operated by Philip Morris International (UK), which is based in the United States.
It is based on a plant in the US that produces the tobacco that is in the Nescos.
The plant is located in the state of Florida, and has a production line for tobacco in the Gulf of Mexico.
The British company has a factory in Spain.
Nesstec: A UK company, Nesster, produces tobacco flavoured e-frictions that can be used in e-tobacco products.
The Nessters were founded by a former British army sergeant and is based at a factory outside of the UK.
Nesta: A company based in Spain that produces a range.
It sells its e-nicotine products under the brand Nesta, which stands for Natural Tobacco.
It uses e-colas, which can be extracted from tobacco plants.
Nexium: A brand that was founded last year in Italy.
It makes e-bombs.
The devices use a vaporizer to heat the tobacco to temperatures of around 900°F.
They are manufactured in a factory owned by Italy’s Enzo Ratti, a member of the Italian Parliament.
Nix: A tobacco brand, Nix was founded a decade ago in Italy, by former British soldier and chef Niclas Lopatin.
It has a brand name based on the Greek word for torch.
Noknicks: Noknis is a brand that has a history dating back to the early 1900s.
It started in the late 1980s and is now one of the biggest tobacco brands in Europe.
It currently has a global distribution network and has products in over 100 countries.
Nicolita: A new company which sells e- cigarettes that have been made by Nicolitas, an Italian manufacturer of electronic cigarettes.
Nicolas Pecoraro founded Nicolites in 2010, and its products are designed to reduce nicotine levels in the body.
Nosh: Nosh is a tobacco company that is based outside the UK, and is made in the Netherlands.
It does not use any nicotine as its heating element.
The products are not meant to be used as a smoking aid.
Nucifor: A Japanese company which makes e cigarettes.
Nougat is an American brand.
Noughts is based near Cincinnati, Ohio.
It began as an e-drip in the mid-1990s, and in 2005 it started making the product.
Nox: A French company, that produces e cigarettes made by French company Caffe.
It also sells flavoured nicotine products, and other products to the UK and Europe.
Oasis: A Dutch company, which produces electronic cigarettes, and also sells tobacco flavouring products.
It made its name by producing e-vapor products and e cigs.
Pabst: A British