Other devices to deliver inhaled nicotine have been developed. They aim to mimic the ritual and behavioral aspects of traditional cigarettes.
British American Tobacco, through their subsidiary Nicoventures Limited, licensed a nicotine delivery system based on existing asthma inhaler technology from UK-based healthcare company Kind Consumer Limited In September 2014 a product based on this named Voke obtained approval from the United Kingdom's Medicines and Healthcare Product
Philip Morris International (PMI) bought the rights to a nicotine pyruvate technology developed by Jed Rose at Duke University. The technology is based on the chemical reaction between nicotine acid and a base, which produces an inhalable nicotine pyruvate vapor
PAX Labs (formally known as Ploom) developed a vaporizer called Pax that heats the leaves of tobacco or cannabis. In 2015 the company launched Pax 2. On June 1, 2015, they introduced Juul a different type of e cigarette which delivers 10 times as much nicotine as other e cigarettes, equivalent to an actual cigarette puff.
BLOW started selling e-hookahs, an electronic version of the hookah, in 2014.
Medical Cannabis Management introduced an e cigarette containing THC rather than nicotine. KanaVape is an e cigarette containing cannabidiol (CBD) and no THC. Several companies including Canada's Eagle Energy Vapor are sellingcaffeine-based e cigarettes instead of nicotine.