Nicotine and vapor delivery systems are used by millions of people across the globe. That said, vape-users should be aware that these electronic cigarettes come with certain risks. Here are warnings to consider before using an e-cigarette pod device.
WARNING: This vaping product is for persons 21 or older. It is not to be used by children or women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. You must be over the legal age in your state to purchase or use vaping items.
People at risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or taking certain medications should avoid the use of e-cigarettes. If you have an allergy or sensitivity to nicotine or any inhalant, ask your physician before using vaporizer pens. This product contains Nicotine, a chemical known in the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive issues.
NOT For Nicotine Cessation
This product is sold for recreational purposes only - It is not a smoking or cigarette cessation tool. Nicotine is highly addictive and habit forming.
Lithium-ion batteries are volatile. They can burn or explode with improper handling and use. Overuse of vaping products may cause overheating, malfunction, burns, or injuries. Keep away from extreme heat, immediate sunlight, cold temperatures, humidity, and all liquid. Do not replace batteries with non-approved units. Do not combine new and used batteries or different products. Always use a fire-proof container. Always have a fire extinguisher in the event of a fire. Do not use products that appear damaged. In the event the battery begins to balloon, swell, smoke, or become extremely hot, disconnect the power to your home or office from the circuit breaker immediately. If a circuit breaker is unavailable, disconnect from the outlet immediately. Do not approach the battery for at least 2 hours and ensure there is ventilation in the room. Do not break, damage, or tamper with the batteries. Always use a surge protector. Do not throw batteries into fire or heating substances. Do not connect improperly.
Do not charge batteries unless they are specifically labeled as “rechargeable”. Do not carry or store batteries together with a metallic item. Unplug the charger when not in use. Do not charge the vape device in your vehicle or car. Do not use or charge with non-approved units. Never leave a vaping device charging or plugged into computers, laptops or walls when not in use. Do not leave the item unattended while charging or overnight. When charging, keep away from flammable areas, including, but not limited to, wood and carpets.
Keep away from children and pets. Should a child/pet swallow or chew on a battery, contact your local Poison Control Center or a physician immediately. Always turn off vaping systems with on/off switches when not using.
Failure to follow warnings may result in electric shock, fire, property damage, bodily injury, or death.