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List of public places and their policies on electronic cigarette use.
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RE: List of public places and there policies on electronic cigarette use.
There is a map on here for pubs...
Sadly im tea total so never looked that closely at the map Big Grin

31/01/13 01:14 PM
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Im the same, only really drink on occasions. I've emailed costa, Starbucks and Nero and I'm just in the process of finding more coffee shops, I'll let you know when i get replies Smiling

Edited original post to include any updates, quite an interesting one from morrisons.

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31/01/13 01:24 PM
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Interesting that morrisons and tesco sell ecigs and market them as use anywhere but neither allow e cig use in their stores
31/01/13 01:27 PM
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RE: List of public places and there policies on electronic cigarette use.
So are the supermarkets going to stop selling knives? As a customer may see someone pick one off the shelf/rack and think it's ok to murder people. This whole 'you cant do something because it might encourage others to do something illegal' idea is rediculous and needs to be challenged - why should I be penalised because others apparently cant be held responible for their own actions.
31/01/13 01:38 PM
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The tesco near me ran a promotion on nicolites recently and had a banner saying safe and legal to use anywhere
Obviously as long as its not in store
31/01/13 01:41 PM
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List of public places and there policies on electronic cigarette use.
I remember in late 80s when Harrods were turning people away for wearing ripped jeans even though they sold them in their store, their response was something along the lines of "well we also sell underwear but wouldn't allow anyone in the store if they were wearing only that, even if they bought it here". They're all hypocrites, people (women) should be allowed to shop wearing just underwear haha.
31/01/13 02:15 PM
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(31/01/13 12:46 PM)HERC Wrote:  
(31/01/13 12:42 PM)CraigC Wrote:  The metro centre gateshead has a VIP stall where you can try out an e-cig I see people vaping at the stall everytime I walk past so cant see them having a problem with it

Where is that?

Its downstairs not sure which colour zone but close to the phones 4 u shop and a few other phone shops nearby. Been there for at least 8 months now
31/01/13 02:48 PM
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(31/01/13 01:27 PM)R1samo Wrote:  Interesting that morrisons and tesco sell ecigs and market them as use anywhere but neither allow e cig use in their stores

And why should they?
I never wanted smokers breathing fag smoke over the fruit and veg I was hoping to buy, and neither do I want people vaping over them. As discussed in another thread, there's clearly some residue that gets deposited.
I mean, fer gawd's sake, if people can't make it all the way around Tescos without having vape then they've got a bit of a problem - and it sure as hell doesn't lend any credibility to the argument that since taking up vaping many ex-smokers don't feel quite so driven to 'have a toke' every 15 minutes or so.

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RE: List of public places and there policies on electronic cigarette use.
My wife emailed Costa months back they have a blanket ban on ecigs inside the premises though OK in outside seating areas, something about mistaking them for real cigs etc, the usual blah. One would assume that policy extends across the whole Whitbread group, premier inn etc. Smiling
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I've vaped in Braehead, Tesco & on Easyjet filghts and not had any issues. I tend to stealth vape in Tesco & Easyjet, but I guess it's just your luck who's watching and if they decide to take issue with it.
31/01/13 03:08 PM
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