Electronic Shisha Hire Packages
Electronic Shisha Hire Packages- Weddings, Corporate Events, Birthdays and House Parties in London, Oxford, Cambridge, Surrey & Kent
Luxury Electronic Shisha Hire Packages in London, Oxford, Kent, Surrey & CambridgeWelcome to our luxury electronic shisha hire service page! “The world is changing, the music is changing, even the drugs are changing” as the famous phrase from the Trainspotting movie goes for those of you who recall it back from the nineties. And so, are you looking to jump on the bandwagon of the revolution in shisha? Our electronic shisha pipes will welcome your guests into the tech wizardry of the twenty-first century with the mantra of “vaping”, “cloudporn” and “coilporn”. Welcome to the vape family!
As this does not constitute smoking, you can enjoy e-shisha indoors including bars and clubs making these the ultimate e-shisha experience. Prior approval should be sought from the relevant establishment since individual venues have their own internal policies.
If you are worried whether vaping and electronic shisha pipes are worse than cigarettes and traditional shisha, the Public Health of England has recently confirmed that vaping is 95% less harmful than traditional tobacco products. If we got you hooked onto the subject, why not visit our blog where you can read about the topics such as the future of vaping in the UK and EU in 2016 (a very hot topic at the moment).
We regularly provide electronic shisha hire service in West London and parts of UK including Surrey, Windsor and Maidenhead, Cheshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Kent, East Sussex and Oxfordshire.
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Electronic Shisha Hire Packages and Law on Vaping
Bottom Line: According to our interpretation of the law in England (not Wales as Wales recently banned the consumption of electronic cigarettes in public places for the most ludicrous and weightless reason- read our blog to find out why!), e-shisha can be legally consumed in public venues that are otherwise subject to smoking restrictions. Please see below our interpretation of the relevant authorities.
- Please note that this in no way constitutes legal advice and is merely our opinion. Before acting, please consult the relevant governmental authorities and the venue.
- Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Act 2002, the tobacco product is given the following statutory definition:
- “ “tobacco product” means a product consisting wholly or partly of tobacco and intended to be smoked, sniffed, sucked or chewed.”
- The Health Act 2006 provides the following definition for smoking:
- “lit tobacco or anything lit that contains tobacco, or of any other lit substance in a form in which it could be smoked”.
- E-Shisha and steam stones are not “lit substances” and therefore do not qualify as smoking for the purposes of the aforesaid act.
Furthermore, the Niche Tobacco Products Directory (thereafter NTPD) operated by Trading Standards Institute, Department of Health and HM Revenue and Customs provides the following guidance on Shisha tobacco products:
“At the commencement of any investigation or the offer of advice involving a shisha tobacco product, it is vital that the product is correctly identified as this will determine which regulations apply. This directory will assist in identifying the more common brands of shisha tobacco. It is important to recognise that shisha is a smoked product. In the majority of cases, the product as supplied will contain (among other things) tobacco. However, there are also varieties of herbal shisha that do not contain tobacco. It may therefore be necessary for the product to be tested by an accredited test facility to confirm that the product contains tobacco and thus falls within the definition of a 'tobacco product'.
Once established as a tobacco-containing product, the relevant aspects of existing tobacco control legislation will apply in broadly similar way to familiar tobacco products such as cigarettes.”
Firstly, the guidance on the tobacco laws correctly refers to “shisha tobacco” instead of just “shisha” thus drawing a distinction between “shisha” and “shisha tobacco”. Secondly, the guidance provides that it must first be satisfied that the product is indeed a “tobacco-containing product” before “the relevant aspects of existing tobacco control legislation will apply”.
According to a publication by Southwark City Council titled ‘Trading Standards Information, e-cigarettes and e-shisha product safety’, the electronic cigarettes and electronic shisha containing nicotine are not regulated and do not constitute a tobacco product. The publication even states that “These devices are not currently subject to any age restrictions. However best practice would be not to supply them to persons under 18 in line with traditional tobacco products.” This in turn supports the premise that electronic shisha is not a tobacco product
The Urban Dictionary provides the following definition of vaping: “To inhale vapor from E-cigarettes. Used because "smoking" an E-cig doesn't apply as there is no smoke only vapor.”