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1. What is an electronic cigarette?
The electronic cigarette, e-cig or e-cigarette is a revolutionary alternative to traditional cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes offer an authentic cigarette experience without the smoke, ash and odor produced by tobacco cigarettes. The key to the technology is the elimination of combustion. Electronic cigarettes do not produce smoke because they don’t burn like traditional cigarettes. They only produce vapor. Electronic cigarettes proprietary nicotine liquid is atomized into a vapor that feels, looks and satisfies like smoke, but is smoke free, tar free, carbon monoxide free and odor free.

2. How does an electronic cigarette work?
An electronic cigarette is a device which heats liquid containing nicotine to produce vapor. This vapor is then inhaled by the user and acts as a nicotine-delivery system. E-cig enthusiasts enjoy the act of “smoking” without the smoke, ash, combustion or odor of traditional tobacco cigarettes.

3. Who can use an electronic cigarette?
This product contains nicotine and is not sold for therapeutic use. You should be 18 years or older to purchase an electronic cigarette. If you have any health problems, consult your doctor before using it. Keep it and packaging out of reach of children and pets at all times.

4. Can e-cigarettes help me stop smoking?
Electronic cigarettes are generally regarded as a safe alternative to their tobacco counterparts. Many E-cigarettes customers have reported being able to switch to E-cigarettes without losing the pleasure they get from smoking. It is a good option for consumers who are looking to quit smoking.

5. Do I need a lighter for the E-Cigarettes?
No, you do not need a lighter for the E-Cigarette, it’s an electronic device.

6. Can I use my e-cigarettes in places where smoking is banned?
You can use electronic cigarettes in most places where cigarettes are banned. This differs by state, county and retail property. Electronic cigarettes don"t give off smoke and don"t burn. But they are at the center of a social and legal debate over whether it"s OK to "light up" in places where regular cigarettes are banned. Despite big differences between cigarettes and their electronic cousins, several states, workplaces and localities across the country have explicitly included e-cigs in smoking bans. A lot of people are still unfamiliar with electronic cigarettes and the best way to get the word out is by educating others about it.

7. How should I store my cartridges?
Typically, cartridges should be stored in a cool, dry place. You can even keep them in the refrigerator. To prevent exposure to moisture in the refrigerator, you might want to put the cartridges in zip-lock bags or keep them in their foil seal. It is important to note that you should let the cartridges return to room temperature before you start to use them again.

8. How long do the batteries last between charges?
This answer depends upon how you smoke, but the general rule is that a new battery should last for about 300-350 puffs before recharging. That equals about a pack of cigarettes.

9. The most essential difference between healthy e-cigarette and ordinary cigarette?
1.No tar or other harmful ingredients; 2.No flame or ash; 3.No second-hand smoke and electromagnetic radiation, safety and environmental; 4.No fire of hidden , smoke anywhere and any time.