Little End of Month Update from Brisvape

Little End of Month Update from Brisvape
28/11/2019 No Comments News James Smith

It is amazing how many government departments you have to please as business in Australia, this has slowed us down on a few things but identified where we can improve to streamline. It has been a challenging month but your team here at Brisvape give a lot of love to what they do.

New Products

  • VandyVape Capstone Squonk RDA
  • Vaporesso GT Mesh Coils .18ohm
  • Various 810 Drip Tips
  • DigiFlavor Drop SOLO RDA – Due Monday!
  • VooPoo Uforce N1 Mesh Coils – Due Monday!
  • RDA Juice Pump Bottle – Due Monday!


  • Hellvape Dead Rabbit RDA 24mm
  • Eleaf iJust S *but limited time only*
  • Oumier Wasp Nano 22mm RDA
  • DigiFlavor Drop RDA 24mm
  • HorizonTech Falcon Coils – M1 and M2 have returned!
  • Eleaf EC Coils including the revised .75 ohm MTL’ish one
  • Vaporesso Swag Kits – Green and Gold Versions


James has been avoiding electrocution while taking his knowledge of Lithium Ion Batteries to the next level. He can now run load, capacity and health tests on most Lithium Ion Batteries while monitoring temperatures.

Kathryn has taken over most purchasing and stock control tasks, if you want something special ordered or an ETA on something out of stock, Kathryn will help you there.

Harriet has dropped back to a Monday/Tuesday roster at present, so if you are looking to catch up with her, those are your days. She does come in for an hour or two in the afternoons on other weekdays to ensure our online orders are dispatched promptly.

About The Author
James Smith I consider myself a Versatile Technologist with a wide range of experience crossing many platforms, however, I am passionate about Information Security. Being genuinely interested and willing to tackle dirty jobs allows me to stay flexible with workloads to ensure a conducive result for all involved. Communication is where I shine, always attempting to stay vigilant and agile while remaining impartial preserving Integrity. 110% should be the minimum standard because we should all challenge ourselves. I always encourage the celebration of our successes and work on supporting our failures. The faster we get that out of the way, the faster we can fix it, the better the result. Planning for the worst-case scenario often pays, however, is rarely required. I am loud, cheerful and sometimes even comedic relief however I take security in any form (physical and electronic) very seriously.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *