The e-cigarette was developed in China. It contains nicotine, but no carcinogenic toxins like in conventional tobacco products. It smokes like a conventional cigarette, but it is not smoke, only vaporized water vapor. However, it does not taste like water vapor, but because of the aromatic substances, like a cigarette made from tobacco.
You can gradually reduce or even increase your nicotine intake as you wish.
(It is advisable to add little nicotine to the body).
In contrast to normal cigarettes, e-cigarettes
do not contain any smoke constituents due to combustion, as no tobacco is burned.
A normal cigarette produces approx. 4000 pollutants when it is burned!
At least 78 of them are carcinogenic!
With the e-cigarette these carcinogenic substances are eliminated, but nicotine
is still present. contains only nicotine and flavorings, there
is no tar and no carcinogenic substances.
That is why it is far less harmful to health than “normal” tobacco smoking.
The WHO also expressly recommends.
Outwardly it resembles a cigarette with a mouthpiece.
The product contains an electronic atomizer that
is used over and over again.
For smoking, only the different strengths of nicotine depots are changed, with which you can choose the nicotine dose, strong, medium or weak. There are also cartridges without nicotine but with a full flavor.
NOTE: Nicotine is harmful to the heart, blood pressure, coronary arteries and
can cause a heart attack.
The battery and control unit contain a 3.7V lithium ion battery that can
only be charged with the charger supplied. The
lithium ion battery cannot be replaced by conventional batteries.
The charger can be used with the power cable on the following power connections
: AC100V240V, 50 / 60Hz. Care must be taken that
this connection area is not exceeded or fallen short of. The optional car
charger cable can be used when traveling in the car. Do
not connect the device while driving because of the risk of accidents.
Using the e-cigarette:
Step 1: Charge the battery approx. 4 hours before
using it for the first time. See point 5. Step 2: …