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11 Are e-cigarettes cheaper in the long run than traditional cigarettes?

With ever-increasing taxes and price hikes on tobacco products, our e-cigarette can save you money and is more affordable than traditional tobacco smoking. If you average smoking one pack of tobacco cigarettes per day, at an average cost of $7 per pack, you…

12 Are electronic cigarettes safe?

While anything containing nicotine cannot be called 100% safe, and due to the current information available by tests to date, electronic cigarette companies are forbidden from making any type of health claim, stating e-cigarettes can be used to quit smoking,…

13 Are the news and reports that e-cigarettes contain toxic metals true?

Are the news and reports that e-cigarettes contain toxic metals true? According to casaa.org... "The reports that there are studies that show potential health risks due to e-cigarette use are premature. In spite of what has been reported, the studies done…

14 Can disposable e-cigarettes be charged?

The answer is no as disposable e-cigarettes are meant as a one time use. The disposable comes as one piece so there is no assembly and no battery to charge. All you need to do is open the package, remove the rubber cap and get to vaping.

15 Can I get caffeine in my e-cigarette or electronic cigarette cartridges caffeinated?

We do not offer any products with caffeine or related substances (We do offer 6 different nicotine levels). There are a few reasons for this: The additional concern of adding stimulants to our product without proper study or information just for the sake…

16 Can I smoke the ProSmoke e-cigarette anywhere?

Since ProSmoke e-cigarettes are non-flammable, contain no tobacco and emits no second-hand smoke, depending on your location, its use may not be prohibited by statutes or ordinances that otherwise prohibit smoking. Use it at work, in the car, out on the town,…

17 Can I use electronic cigarette products if I am diabetic?

Some electronic cigarette flavors may contain sweeteners naturally such as sugar and users with concerns should consult their physician before using any e-cigarette product. To see our electronic cigarettes click here.

18 Do e-cigaretes produce smoke and if so, where does it go?

Our E-Cigarettes emit what appears to be smoke but is actually a virtually odorless mist that evaporates into the air within seconds, similar to the functioning of a humidifier. It leaves no visual residue in the air or lingering smell in clothes, a home…

19 Do e-cigarettes contain anti-freeze?

The myth that e-cigarettes contain anti-freeze stems from a 2009 FDA press statement regarding electronic cigarettes. The FDA tested 18 cartridges from 2 companies. Of those 18 cartridges, 1 tested positive for a non-toxic amount of diethylene glycol (approximately…

20 Do electronic cigarettes or vaporizers cause cancer?

Do electronic cigarettes cause cancer? There is quite a bit of research starting to now emerge regarding the safety of electronic cigarettes/vaporizers vs. traditional combustible cigarettes. As an industry leading brand, the FDA has stated no health claims…

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WARNING: This product is intended for use by persons 18 or older, and not by children, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, or persons with or at risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or taking medicine for depression or asthma. If you have a demonstrated allergy or sensitivity to nicotine or any combination of inhalants, consult your physician before using this product. This product is sold purely for recreational purposes - it is not a smoking cessation product and has not been tested as such. You must be over the legal age in your state to buy or use this product.

Nicotine is highly addictive and habit forming. Keep out of reach of children. This product contains Nicotine, a chemical known to the state of California (Proposition 65) to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. No statements made on this site have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease