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Frequently Asked Questions

Benefits of an Electronic Cigarette

Comparatively Similar

  1. Look and Feel
    • Appearance: From a distance or at a glance, the look of the white 510 model is the most difficult to distinguish from regular cigarettes.
    • Scent: Fragrance is a pleasantly light scent of the flavor selection, dissipating quickly.
    • Taste: Tobacco flavors are pleasurably similar to real tobacco, while the specialty flavors provide subtle hints of the flavor choice.
    • Throat Hit: Throat hit strength depends on model, atomizing device choice, eliquid mix and nicotine level. These are critical choices for a successful transition. You may need to try several options before finding your perfect vape and I am here to help.
    • Weight: The smaller the ecig, the lighter. The feel of the 510 is relatively comparable; however, is a tiny bit heavier. Adjusting to weight differences is easy.

Comparatively Different

  1. No Second Hand Risks
  3. No smelly hair
  5. Noncombustible
  7. No smelly clothes
  9. No Tar
  11. No teeth stains
  13. No Stains
  15. No accidental burns
  17. No Ash Mess
  19. No more nasty ash trays
  21. Nicotine does not cause cancer
  23. No Carbon Monoxide
Why Switch?

There are over 4,000 known chemicals in cigarette smoke that adversely affect you and those you love!




Amount (per cigarette)

  Acetaldehyde   980 micrograms to 1.37 milligrams
This product was used as a fumigant in tobacco.Its use has since been discontinued.
  formerly 1 to 2 milligrams.
  4-Aminobiphenyl   0.2 to 23 nanograms per cigarette
  o-Anisidine hydrochloride   unknown
  Arsenic   unknown
  Benzene   5.9 to 75 micrograms
  Beryllium   0.5 nanograms
  1,3-Butadiene   152 to 400 micrograms
  Cadmium   1.7 micograms
  1,1-Dimethylhydrazine   unknown
  Ethylene oxide   unknown
  Formaldehyde   unknown
  Furan   unknown
  Heterocyclic amines   unknown
  Hydrazine   32 micrograms
  Isoprene    :3.1 milligrams
  Lead   unknown
  2-Naphthylamine   1.5 to 35 nanograms
  Nitromethane   unknown
  N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine   3 nanograms
  N-Nitrosodiethanolamine   24 to 36 nanograms
  N-Nitrosodiethylamine   up to 8.3 nanograms
  N-Nitrosodimethylamine   5.7 to 43 nanograms
  N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine   1 nanogram
  4-(N-Nitrosomethylamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanone   up to 4.2 micrograms
  N-Nitrosonornicotine   14 micrograms
  N-Nitrosopiperidine   unknown
  N-Nitrosopyrrolidine   113 nanograms
  N-Nitrososarcosine   22 to 460 nanograms
  Polonium-210   variable, depending on soil and fertilizer used to grow tobacco
  Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons   28 to 100 milligrams
  o-Toluidine   32 nanograms
  Vinyl chloride   5.6 to 27 nanograms

Reference Link

A list of cigarette additives can be found at the following link:
List of Cigarette Additives


Where can I use an Electronic Cigarette?

Unfortunately you may not use an e cigarette everywhere. Please check local and state law to find out whether you may use your electronic cigarette freely in your area. On the side of wisdom, you should consider others in the vicinity before use.

How long will an Electronic Cigarette last?

Electonic cigarettes are broken down into part components; life cycle for each component varies with model types and parts can be replaced as needed. The following information offers rule of thumb information for each component life cycle:
Atomizers: Up to 6 weeks potentially longer, contingent on useage and care. There are factors to consider, such as eLiquid flavors and pg/vg ratios.
Batteries: 200 - 300 recharge cycles.
Cartridges: Depends completely on usage.
Clearomizers: Relative to use; however, the lifecycle is somewhere in the 1 - 2 week time frame.
CE Types: Relative to use, but based on experience may last a month or longer.

Can I save money?

Yes! However, please include consideration to long-term savings to include the aspect of health...
Typically, based on $5.00 per pack, smoking one pack of 20 cigarettes everyday for a year costs approximately $1825.00.
Weekly Average: $35.00 or more
Two years: $1825.00 x 2 = $3650.00
Five years: $1825.00 x 5 = $9,125.00
These figures do not take into account the rising cost of cigarette prices, but are designed to provide an average financial impact to an individual.
Comparatively,the electronic cigarette also accounts your personal use:
In theory:
Average starter kit: $25.00  or more
eLiquid: $7.99 per week more or less based on 30ml per week
Atomizers/ Cartomizers: $5.00 per week (based on one atomizer per week - varies with personal use and care)
Total weekly average: $17.00 more or less, depending on your needs.
The reports from my customers, using an electronic cigarette can potentially reduce the cost of smoking by, according to my customers, approximately 2/3!