Newsletter February 2017
Our Website is nearing completion so now is the time to add a news section! The Captain Vapour 1st News Post!
It has been a very busy six months and January and February have really stepped up. Are we seeing the analogue packs just too well taxed or are we fixing New Year’s resolutions?
Captain Vapour Market Stall @ Motueka Sunday Market
We love meeting all the Tasman locals and friendly faces at our Captain Vapour Market Stall, based at the Motueka Sunday Market. Over the past few months, we have assisted many new vape enthusiasts select the correct vaporizer for their needs. Lots of marketeers have requested information and demos of all the different vapourizer products, we love this interaction.
Home visit first use support this week
The past week has seen two home visit demonstrations and first use run throughs of the intermediate level Kangertech CUPTI. Our return feedback from the clients has been great. While I’m sure they can do this with no assistance, the next stage is for the clients to do a vaporizer coil change at the market so I can be ready should confidence or advice be needed – then we have some newly trained enthusiasts!!!
A new manual written in New Zinglish
From this extra client interaction, I have seen the need to create an ‘Initial Use’ document to help remind new vaporizer owners of what is involved in the liquid refilling, battery safety and charging, coil changing and vaporizer pre vape checks before enjoying their new products. While all units come with an instructional manual, I have seen a simplified re-written manual is needed. This will be available online in the next couple of weeks and we are including a hard copy with every Vaporizer purchased at our Captain Vapour Store. 🙂
Another point that I can see many people overlooking is battery safety. The more understanding with batteries in vaporizers, the safer we are. Education here is important so no accidents are ever seen.
**Safety Tip – if the battery is not in the Vaporizer unit or on a dedicated charger, store it in a plastic battery case. Please do read our Battery Safety guide for more information.
Many thanks for taking the time to read Captain Vapour 1st News Post and checking out the Captain Vapour NZ website. Hope to see you at the next Motueka Sunday Market.
Jon @ Captain Vapour. ⚓