by Shane Eubank November 16, 2020
As many of you will already be aware, the rebuildable scene in Canada is about to look a whole lot different. As of January 1st, 2021 all rebuildable atomizers (aka open systems) sold inside of Canada will have to be certified child-resistant. While a handful of manufacturers have jumped through the necessary hoops and have products ready, the legal market is about to get a lot smaller with few products meeting the necessary requirements. Over the next several weeks, we’re going to look at the significance of the new Canadian legislation and at rebuildables more generally.
At SaddlehorseBlues, we’ve always believed in an empowered vape community. With the upcoming changes, now is a great time to fully familiarize yourself with rebuildables: learn a little about their history, why they’re so popular, and how you can customize your own experience with them.
We’ll look at the rise of DIY and rebuildables, the practical implications of the new legislation, and we’ll go through all of the basics: from choosing a rebuildable atomizer to building basic coils and much, much more. We’re going to cover a lot of material over the coming weeks! By the end of this series, you will have all of the information and know-how that you need to choose and operate open-systems atomizers, build and install your own coils or prebuilt coils, and hopefully you’ll learn lots of fun and interesting facts along the way.
We hope that you enjoy the Spotlight on Rebuildables series and have some fun with it. Share your favourite articles, revel in your new skills, teach a friend, or just join in for the community. We’re going to open up comments on the blog so that this can be a true community experience. We can’t wait to get started!
by Shane Eubank January 01, 2022
by Brandee Eubank December 01, 2021