Geek Bar: We will never tolerate the sale of e-cigarettes to teenagers,
nor will we tolerate the sale of non-compliant productsJohn Dunn of the British Electronic Cigarette Industry Association said that illegal and counterfeit products have flooded the market, posing potential health risks to customers. Products of inappropriate brands have also been deliberately targeted at children. Leaked industry data shows that weekly sales of Geek Bar products, including Geek Bar Pros, are 53,000 units in the UK, up from 2,000 units in May. But these figures do not include online sales, which may be one of the main ways children get them. A spokesperson for China-based Geek Bar said: We will never tolerate the sale of e-cigarettes to people under the age of 18, nor do we tolerate the sale of non-compliant products. We are contacting all distributors and retailers that we work with to ensure that this is fully understood and that these third parties are fully responsible for their actions, otherwise they may face legal challenges.