How Does It Work
The cigarette consists of a stainless steel shell with a lithium rechargable battery, micro-electronic circuit, atomiser and the cartridge.
The mouthpiece contains a replaceable cartridge, the cartridge contains water, propylene glycol, nicotine, a scent that emulates a tobacco flavour and a membrane to suspend the ingredients.
Cartridges and E-Liquid are available in various strengths so the user can choose just as you would choose brands with traditional cigarettes.
When the user inhales through the device, the air flow can be automatically detected when using an automatic battery, a microprocessor then activates the atomizer which injects tiny droplets of the liquid into the flowing air and vapourises the nicotine.
The vapor mist which is inhaled by the user produces the tactile and craving satisfaction that traditional smokers seek, the simulated smoke harmlessly evaporates into the air within a few seconds with no dangers of passive smoking.
It not only simulates cigarette smoke but also the temperature of common cigarette’s smoke (50-60 °C).
The addition of propylene glycol (a harmless and odourless liquid used in food and medicines) to the liquid makes the vapour better resemble normal cigarette smoke.
The microprocessor also activates a LED at the tip to further simulate real smoking.
Older models are activated automatically when inhaled however the New 510 Electronic Cigarette has progressed to a simple push button which provides more control over battery useage, at rest it switches to standby mode and produces no smoke.
“Users report that the electronic cigarette is the closest thing to a regular cigarette”