Will The AYR Vape Going To End Smoking By Emulating Its Proportions?

Joe Sylvester | Contributor

In its October issue, the London-based magazine Wallpaper* profiled two entrepreneurs and inventors, Ian Murison and Kaveh Memari, on their vision on the future of vaping.

Their newest product is the AYR 2.0. The AYR’s base unit is roughly the size of a pack of cigarettes, albeit thinner. In fact, it more closely resembles the metal cases in days past that one would fill with cigarettes and keep in their suit pocket. Think Humphrey Bogart.

This case charges the actual cigarette device and refills it with the e-liquid. The portion is equivalent to smoking one conventional cigarette.

The actual cigarette is similar in size to that of a cigarette. This is in keeping to their formula on proportions: From the case to the cigarette to the proportions of nicotine.

It will be interesting to see if this device takes off, especially in the current marketplace. Most vaping products available now offer the capability to vape large quantities at a time.

I will be looking out for the release of this product in the Spring of 2018. As with many e-cigarettes, they may fail to deliver the amount of vapor that people look for to simulate the real thing.

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