Unknown to many, in 1927 Joseph Robinson came up with the idea of an electronic cigarette.


However, it’s another name we relate to vaping. It was Herbert A. Gilbert who in 1963, historical data says, came with the idea of vaping. And in 1965 he patented this invention.
Could it have changed history and saved lives? Well, we can’t tell because, unfortunately, nobody knew of his “smokeless non-tobacco cigarette” back then.

In the 80s Phil Ray and Normal Jacobson worked more towards commercializing the idea of e-cigarettes.

However, in the 90s FDA didn’t allow tobacco companies to introduce e-cigarettes to the market.

In Europe, vaping was also popular, and in the 90s “Eagle” Bill Amato invented the cannabis vaporizer. Of course, Amsterdam was the place. Interestingly enough, they based the German stationary/desktop vaporizer Volcano, from 2000, on his revolutionary ideas.

The history of vaping, although short, is a divine example of the ingenuity of those set upon a goal of helping people with technology. The progression of innovation in this industry has been extremely fast which correlates with the ever growing popularity of e-cigarettes. So let’s take a step back to our humble beginnings to see where we began and take a peak at where we are going.


Vaping is a modern trend, but even new vapes have their roots in ancient history. Ancient Egypt is known for its vaping techniques, such as using hot stones to vape herbs. Thousands of years ago the first shisha was introduced to India. All those techniques led to the invention of current vapes as we know them today.

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How does one become an expert at blowing O’s? It is not easy, but the process isn’t too difficult to practice! 

  1. Take a hit off your vape mod
    Do not fully inhale vapor to your lungs. You need to leave a little room in there for air so you can push more than just vapor out of your mouth. When you are inhaling, try to hold the vapor in your throat so your lungs, in your chest (biology, right?), can hold a majority of air for proper launching.
  2. Shape your mouth into a circle
    You can do this as you wish. The most effective way to practice though is pushing your lips into your teeth. Not like you are growling, but like you are forming a circle with your lips. Leave a little overhang when you do. In other words, do not form the circle with your teeth. That doesn’t work and they don’t move anyway. Your jaw just opens and closes, so use your lips with a slightly open mouth.
  3. Push vapor using your chest and throat Some say the action you need is like coughing, however, saying the letter may be just as effective! Of course, you don’t need to say the sound, just go through the motions without using your voice.

More tips and tricks? Read more about this article here: https://www.vapewild.com/blog/how-to-blow-os/

We all love our vapes so much and we take them everywhere, like our cell phones, even taking extra batteries and E-juice. But there is one common place where controversy has arisen: the airplane.

With the summer here and many people beginning to travel with vapes more frequently, it’s important for vapers to be aware of the rules when it comes to vaping and traveling with your vape gear, on airplanes. Fortunately, the rules are fairly simple, but it’s vital that you follow them all to avoid getting yourself into unwanted trouble.


Batteries are typically to blame for most of the fear and concerns when it comes to vape and air travel. Lithium-Ion built batteries have been under the spotlight for quite some time with laptops, tablets, and cell phones has been banned from taking flight, or at the very least restricted. So there is little to no surprise that vapes would be the TSA’s next target, but that doesn’t mean you can’t travel with them.

Lithium-ion batteries are not allowed in checked baggage.

Don’t fret though, you can still carry them on the plane with you or in your carry-on baggage. Just ensure that the batteries are either in your mod or in a proper carrying case. And don’t forget to take your mod and batteries out of your pocket or bag when you go through security, just like you would with your laptop or cell phone.

Read more about this article here: https://www.vapewild.com/the-wild-blogger/vaping-air-travel-airplane-tsa-faa-rules-tips