Drugs are banned too. Di you think that's going to stop kids from trying to get high? If something gets banned they move on to the next thing. The problem I have is that they randomly ban stuff because of kids while leaving substitutes available out there that have a strong lobby or whatever. In this case you have a product that's better than the substitute, especially for the intended adult target that wants to stop smoking but cant kick the nicotine. I agree that we should make these products hard for kids to get like smokes and booze, but disagree with banning it altogether just to supposedly make the country more kid friendly.