Lithium batteries can provide extremely high currents and although this is useful in applications where high currents are required, a too-rapid discharge of a lithium battery can result in overheating of the battery, rupture, and even explosion.
Please visit the Electrical Safety First website for more information.
Nicotine is classed as a poison in its pure form, taken in high enough doses, can kill and we are required to supply advice and warnings with this product.
Vaping products may only be sold to existing smokers who are over the age of 18. Your age will be verified. See Age verification for more information.
If you're not an existing smoker, or vaper, or are unsure about using e-cigs, or have a pre-existing health condition, please consult your doctor or physician before using ANY nicotine containing product.
The use of very low resistance atomisers is often referred to as "sub-ohming", because the atomisers and coils used are lower than 1.0Ω.
This is not to be confused with temperature control, where the coil resistances are sub-ohm, but not operating in a true sub-ohm fashion.
Sub-ohming is very popular, but there have been concerns related to battery safety as well as the fact that sub-ohmers tend to vape much more liquid than other vapers, and this increases their exposure to the as-yet unknown risks related to inhalation of larger quantities of food flavourings.
If you wish to use sub-ohm devices, you must make sure the battery device you are using is fully capable of safely supporting the required drain rate, and features enhanced safety circuitry. NEVER sub-ohm on an unregulated or mechanical device. We strongly recommend you thoroughly research the topic before embarking on any experiments with sub-ohming. Sub-ohm vaping is undertaken entirely at your own risk and we do not accept any responsibility for any damage caused by this activity.
Although an e-cigarette mimics and satisfies the oral sensation of smoking, we not legally allowed to describe e-cigarettes as an aid for quitting smoking or a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
Electronic cigarette technology is still relatively new, however it is universally recognised as being infinitely safer than smoking combustable tobacco, and there is a growing body of literature relating to these devices.
In particular, Dr Konstantinos of the Onassis Cardiac Centre in Greece has been particularly active in the area of e-cig recearch and we recommend you pay a visit to his site at http://www.ecigarette-research.org