When you’ve spent all of your life with a vape, it’s hard not to be in awe.
You might even start to wonder what vaping was like before vaping was trendy.
It’s hard to say if vaping was as cool as it sounds when you think about it.
But now that vape is mainstream, you can look back on vaping’s history and try to pinpoint exactly when it first became mainstream.
It wasn’t until about 20 years ago, when the company that would become vape was founded, that vape became a legitimate product.
Vape’s roots started with the idea that a vapor was just a way to exhale the smoke and not an actual inhaler.
This was a revolutionary idea that would revolutionize how vapor products were marketed and sold.
Vapor products are not just a cool new product—they’re a way for people to be able to stop smoking entirely.
That was the initial motivation behind vape’s existence.
It was also a great way for brands to make money and make their brands more relevant.
In 2010, vape’s founder, Dr. David Jaffe, came up with a product that would change the way people smoked and what it meant to smoke.
He named it VaporCream.
Jaffe had already made some pretty big headlines for his innovative vapor product, but this was his first time launching a product on the market.
“I was kind of skeptical about what the vape market was going to be like, but when VaporCram first launched I could see that it had some very unique qualities,” Jaffe told me.
He was right.
“At the time, I had no idea that vapor products would become so popular and that they would be used in the most innovative way.”
For example, VaporCrumbs vaporizer was able to vaporize just about anything that came out of a vacuum cleaner.
It could also vaporize food, but Jaffe was able in part because his company could charge a premium price.
In 2011, he was able take his first batch of VaporCrombs to a vape shop for a $300,000 vaporization machine.
That same year, Jaffe and his team launched the first commercially available vaporizer to go into production.
And it was the first commercial vaporizer that made use of vapor technology.
By 2015, the company was selling over 3,000 VaporCrams a day, and it would become the largest vaporizer maker in the world.
“What started out as a vaporizer became the best-selling vaporizer in the U.S. in the last two years,” Jaffas co-founder, Dr Michael Stokoe, told me over the phone.
The success of Vaporcram was no surprise, given that it was based on vapor technology, which had been around for years.
“We just knew that this was the way that the future of vapor would be,” Stokoes told me, “so we went ahead and built VaporClambs first commercial product in 2014.”
What makes VaporCrama so successful?
Jaffe knew that he wanted to make vapor products that were affordable and easy to use.
He knew that the vaporization market was not going to take off until there were vaporizers that were more convenient and cost-effective.
So he made VaporCamers in-house, then developed them into a line of vaporizers.
The company started out by selling out of its first VaporCamps to vape shops for around $400 each.
That number quickly grew to over $1,000 a day.
It would soon grow to $2,000, and the company now sells VaporCams to retail outlets in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Stoko says that VaporCombs were the first products that he personally had ever seen that could offer people a truly convenient way to vaporized food.
“People have been using the vaporizers to vaporise food since the ’90s,” Stoppoes said.
“So it’s just really been the first generation that people have been able to use them for.”
By 2015 the company had sold over 3 million vaporizer devices worldwide.
In 2018, the number of VaporCam sales in the US skyrocketed to over 100,000.
Stomoes says that the company saw a dramatic growth in growth from one year to the next, from 200 to 1,400 vaporizer sales in just five years.
By 2020, Stokos company had grown to over 200 employees, with over 1,200 employees now employed in the company.
In 2017, the founders were named the first employees of the year at the annual Cannabis Cup event in California.
Stoppos and Stokes are still working hard to keep VaporCumbs growing, but the company is now one of the largest vendors of vapor products in the country.
In the last few years, the sales of vaporization devices in the USA have grown by an impressive 20 percent.
VaporCums success has brought them a lot of attention, but