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The Great Vaping Internet Treasure Hunt

Five Days. Five Questions. 30 Great Prizes.

vapehuntecigsbeereAre you a vaping mastermind?

It’s been some time since we ran an ecigarette quiz, and we’d thought you might like another chance to show off your vaping knowledge.

So every day this week you’ll find a new question, each one provided by a different vaping blogger.

And every day you’ll get another chance to win the six great prizes below.

The Prizes

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Every day we will select one person with the correct answer to win all of the following prizes:

1. A Variable Voltage Battery
2. Aspire Dual Coil Clearomiser
3. Aspire Mini ET Clearomiser
4. Your choice of our bling batteries (metal or decorative!)
5. Five Aspire replacement coils
6. Five bottles of 10ml UK Premium Halo Eliquid

Two Ways to Enter

Entering is simple. Simply find the answer (unless you already know it, of course) and either:

1. Post the answer on twitter. Simply follow us, and insert the answer using the hashtag #vapehunt and referencing us (@thesmokersangel), so we know you have entered. Alternatively, simply click to tweet below. and complete the sentence.

@thesmokersangel my answer for the great #vapehunt day 4 is ___

2. Post the answer in the blog comments below.

(If possible, use the blog comments rather than the Facebook comments, as it’s much easier to contact if you win a prize.)

Treasure Hunt: The Questions

Day 5 – Now Ended – See below for the answer

Question Provided by ECigaretteReviewed

Q: Name five volatile organic compounds that have been detected in both e-cig vapor (mainstream or passive) and human breath emissions, as discussed in an article on ecigarettereviewed.com.

A: Acetaldehyde, acetone, butanone, formaldehyde and isoprene.

Winner: Congratulations to Connie Hott, who won Day 5’s prize!

Day 4 – Now Ended – See below for the answer

This question came from Grimm Green

Q: E-liquid is generally categorized into ______ of nicotine

A.) Units

B.) Volumes

C.) Milligrams

D.) Toots

The answer was C, as explained in Grimm Green’s Noobie Guide.

Winner: Congratulations to Rhydian Mann, who won Day 4’s prize!

Day 3 – Now Ended – See below for the answer

This question came from Steve K’s Vaping World.

Q: What is VRMS?

Answer:

Variable Root Means Square. For a full explanation, check out this definition on Steve Vape’s Vaping Glossary.

Thank you to everyone who entered – and congratulations to Sempivara, who won the prize for Day 3!


Day 2 – Now Ended – See below for the answer

This question came from SpinFuel Magazine.

Q: In Spinfuel’s “Fun with Concentrates” column, what was John Manzione’s now abandoned  “quest”?

You’ll find the answer on the SpinFuel blog.

Answer:

I have since given up my quest to find the perfect coconut/pineapple/vanilla, or Vanilla Chai Latte or eliquid.

Winner: Congratulations to WillBailey6, who won Day 2’s prize!

For the full article, check out Spinfuel’s Fun with Concentrates column.


Day 1   Now Ended – See below for the answer

This question came from Klaus Kneale from ECigAdvanced.

Q: In the first major survey of electronic cigarette use in November of 2009, what percentage of respondents reported an overall improvement in health since transitioning to electronic cigarettes from smoking?

You’ll find the answer on the ECigAdvanced website.

Answer

For the first question we are accepting the answer 91% or 94%.

Winner: Congratulations to Stacy Anderson, who won Day 1’s prize!

To read more about the study, visit the ECigaretteAdvanced website here here. (Disclosure: I don’t think Klaus realised when he submitted the question, but I was one of the co-authors of the study.)


Thanks to GrimmGreen, ECigAdvanced, Spinfuel Magazine, Steve Vape and ECigaretteReviewed for providing the questions!

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61 thoughts on “The Great Vaping Internet Treasure Hunt

  1. the answer….its 91% , I think. Hate stats. If it was up to me, it should be 100%. Maybe 9% of people ticked the wrong box. Viva for vaping, yay!

    1. As I remember (not sure if Klaus realised when he put the question together, but I was one of the co-authors of the survey) some people just didn’t have any health issues beforehand, other people said they had serious health issues that were not likely to be resolved by switching to ecigs. It’s still an incredible result.

  2. the answer is 91% (though when they excluded dupilcates it was 94%). what an interesting read. would be great to do some more in depth studies and show exactly how great e cigs are helping so many people. ive not touched tobacco since january and cant believe how easy it is :) people should be encouraged and motivated by new research and prove the anti vaper a lesson!

      1. the sadly abandoned quest was for the perfect coconut/pineapple/vanilla eLiquid. pineapple coconut is one of my favs :) x

  3. I found different results in the Article on the ECA, and actual Abstract of the Survey:

    A whopping 94% had said their overall health was better since beginning to use electronic cigarettes.

    The majority of respondents reported that their general health (91%)….. were better since using e-cigarette and none reported that these were worse.

    Just covering all the bases… :)

    Thanks for another great contest!!

  4. 94 %, sorry i posted using facebook by accident please ignore the facebook comment. ( i am not trying to enter twice).

  5. Sorry James,hopefully this is preferred way to leave answers,also on facebook comments page. Answer : I have since given up my quest to find the perfect coconut/pineapple/vanilla eLiquid

    1. No problem, Bob. It can be difficult to get in contact with people when they leave Facebook comments, when you leave a comment it is easy because you have your email address here.

  6. Answer: 2 there were a few quests. I believe the answer to be either he gave up the quest to make coconut, pineapple &vanilla E-Liquid, but I also read he abandoned making Heaven in the dark E-Liquid (Cocunut & Chocolate) and that they have no desire at all to actually make any E-Liquids.

  7. I’m going out on a limb here and say that he abandoned the whole “Fun With Concentrates” column, since he never followed through with everything he said he was going to do during his ‘experiments’ with DIY…

    1. “I am on a quest. This page in Spinfuel eCigs Magazine is going to capture my attempt at making an eLiquid, from the beginning to the creation of an eJuice ‘flavor’ that speaks to me. It is a journey of the eJuice kind.”

  8. aw nuts, sorry, my phone didn’t show me these blog comments :/ I know I’m too late for day 1 but if I’m not too late for day 2 then my answer is – John Manziones now abandoned quest was to create his own e-liquids 😀

  9. day 3
    VRMS – A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS is a fairly new trend in electronic cigarettes and is capable of providing more accurate power regulation, especially at lower voltages.

  10. Day 3 answer,VRMS stands for Voltage Root Means Square, which is a measure of average current delivered to a resistor,thanks again.

  11. A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. 

  12. VRMS – A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS is a fairly new trend in electronic cigarettes and is capable of providing more accurate power regulation, especially at lower voltages.

  13. “VRMS – A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS is a fairly new trend in electronic cigarettes and is capable of providing more accurate power regulation, especially at lower voltages” yey, I answered in the right place today 😀

  14. VRMS – A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS is a fairly new trend in electronic cigarettes and is capable of providing more accurate power regulation, especially at lower voltages. i am really enjoying these questions, its giving me the chance to learn more useful info about vaping :)

  15. VRMS – A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS is a fairly new trend in electronic cigarettes and is capable of providing more accurate power regulation, especially at lower voltages.

  16. T\H Day 3: A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS stands for Voltage Root Means Square, which is a measure of average current delivered to a resistor. VRMS is a fairly new trend in electronic cigarettes and is capable of providing more accurate power regulation, especially at lower voltages.

    1. A method used to determine the waveform to be generated in variable voltage or wattage e-cigarettes that use pulse-width modulation. VRMS stands for Voltage Root Means Square, which is a measure of average current delivered to a resistor.

  17. day 4 answer is c. milligrams
    ooh only 1 more chance after today….crossing all fingers and toes lol

  18. Answer Day 5, •Five of the volatile organic compounds detected by various studies in electronic cigarette vapor have also been found in human breath emissions (acetaldehyde, acetone, butanone, formaldehyde and isoprene).

  19. 5 volatile compounds that were found in both egic vapour and human breath were acetaldehyde, acetone, butanone, formaldehyde and isoprene

  20. 5 volatile compounds that were found in both egic vapour and human breath were acetaldehyde, acetone, butanone, formaldehyde and isoprene

  21. Day 5 Answer: 5 volatile compounds that are found in both egic vapour and human breath are acetaldehyde, acetone, butanone, formaldehyde and isoprene

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