We have with many failed attempts to get Ray to quit smoking, for his health. There are so many E cigs on the market today, and he has tried many and they have failed him. He has been smoking since he was young, and I know it’s a daily struggle to stop. He has used many and none of them have worked. This one he has been taken too more than others. E-cigarettes are becoming increasingly common replacements for traditional cigarettes for a variety of reasons, but the most compelling is without a doubt health
Electronic cigarettes look like traditional cigarettes and, regardless of their construction, are composed of three functional components: (i) a mouthpiece, which is a small plastic cartridge that contains a liquid nicotine solution; (ii) a heating element that vaporizes the liquid nicotine so that it can be inhaled; and (iii) the electronics, which include: a lithium-ion battery, an airflow sensor, a microchip controller and an LED, which illuminates to indicate use.
When a user draws air through the electronic cigarette, the air flow is detected by a sensor, which activates a heating element that vaporizes the solution stored in the mouthpiece/cartridge, the solution is then vaporized and it is this vapor that is inhaled by the user. The cartridge contains either a nicotine solution or a nicotine free solution, either of which may be flavored.
Vapor Corp. also manufactures the Krave 500 and Krave 300, disposable versions of the Smoke 51 that are good for up to 500 and 300 puffs, respectively. “These unique electronic cigarettes are one piece units, meaning there are no atomizers to screw in, no filters to replace, and no batteries to recharge,” Frija says. “They’re ready to enjoy right out of the pack.” Once a user is done with a Krave, they simply dispose of the entire unit.