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How long do your cartridges last and when do I replace them?
Author: ProSmoke Electronic Cigarettes Views: 16071 Created: 04/12/2011 11:49 am 100 Rating/ 12 Voters

Depending on your smoking style, our cartridges can last up to the equivalent of 15 - 25 traditional cigarettes (Some clients have even estimated 30!). Thats over a full pack of cigarettes and WAY MORE VALUE THAN OUR COMPETITION!

If you experience little or no vapor when using, ensure that your battery is fully charged and properly attached to the product, and that the cartridge is firmly inserted in the end of the product. When the vapor volume is reduced below a satisfactory level, its time to replace your cartridge!  Before removing it, try rotating the cartridge while on the atomizer to ensure you are getting the most life from each cartridge.

Store cartridges in a cool and dry place. Shelf life is 12 months from purchase date.

You will save lots of money while you continue to enjoy "smoking" and keep your total cost of ownership very low!

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