VAPING is a popular alternative to smoking – with devices being used frequently all over the world.

One of the most famous brands in this field is Chinese based firm Elux, but are these legal and what are the vaping rules in the UK?

Elux bars are a popular vape brand from China, but are they illegal?

What is an Elux Bar?

An Elux bar is type of vaping device.

They are popular in the UK, offering a number of different flavours.

Are Elux Bars illegal in the UK?

A particular type of Elux bar is banned in the UK.

The Elux legend pro is prohibited as they do not meet the regulations set out by the government.

These rules, known as the Tobacco Product Directive (TPD), are in place for a number of reasons, such as to keep children protected from products that contain nicotine.

Other reasons include to ensure product quality and also to make sure that packaging has all of the necessary information on it.

The Elux devices are banned as they contain more than 20 mg/ml of nicotine and hold more than 2 ml of liquid. 

In fact, the Elux tank holds 10 millilitres of liquid.

However, the Elux Legend Mini, the Elux Slim Disposable Vape and the Elux Koko 600 Disposable Vape are legal to purchase in the UK as they comply with regulations.

It is important to note that the tank size only matters when the device contains nicotine.

When the device doesn’t contain nicotine, the tank can be any size and remain within the law.

However, the liquid cannot contain caffeine, taurine, colourings and other ingredients deemed unsafe by the TPD.

What other vapes are banned in the UK?

The Elux legend pro is not the only vape banned in the UK for not conforming with regulations.

The Geek Bar Pro, which offers 1500 Puffs and holds 45mg nicotine, as well as the Elf Bar 1500, which allows 500 Puffs, has a 4.8ml capacity and contains 50mg nicotine, are also banned.

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