Replace coils every 1-3 weeks to maintain performance and taste.  

Clean your connector pins and threads with a q-tip.  Keep airflow-holes cleared with a pin.

Keep your vapes in upright position when not in use.

Turn off your batts so they don't activate in your pocket or purse.

​Don't activate your device with an empty tank and don't flood your tank with too much juice.

​When attaching/detaching battery, hold tank at base and rotate battery.  Tighten connections gently until snug, do not over-tighten connections with excessive force.

Don't "hot-box" your vapes through constant use and excessive sharing.


Always follow instructions and do not attempt to modify or tamper with your vapes.  If you want to build coils and work with unregulated mechanical mods, make sure you educate yourself about volts, watts, ohms, etc. 

Keep your e-juice bottles away from children.  Don't drink it.

Do not charge your vape battery with devices from other electronic products.

Use care while vaping and driving - pull over if you must refill your juice or monkey around with your vape.

Be considerate of others - thankfully, vape clouds are nothing like cigarette smoke and often have no fragrance whatsoever.  Nevertheless, many people are still completely unfamiliar with vaping and may freak out if you start rocking huge clouds in a public place.  Be aware of protective parents and their small children if you want to avoid drama.  


Electronic cigarettes are now more popular than drugs, gum or patches for smokers trying to quit. - Time Magazine, August 2014.

"No evidence that these products should be regulated as strictly as tobacco" US NIH Study, US News 2014 ... "No evidence that the vapor produced by e-cigarettes is harmful to users or bystanders" US NIH Study, US News 2014 ..."E-cigarettes fall well below the threshold for concern for compounds with known toxicity" ... Drexel University, Aug 2014... "It is counter-productive and hypocritical to over-regulate a product designed to reduce or eliminate the diseases and early deaths caused by smoking" -European Medical Study, SAGE Journal of Medicine 2014.

What's In the Drops?
The short list of ingredients is usually written on the bottle: 1. Vegetable Glycerin and/or Propylene Glycol - (These are FDA-approved food/medical additives found in asthma inhalers, cosmetics, salad dressing, cake mix and hundreds of other foods).  2. Natural and artificial flavor/color.  3. Nicotine (unless you choose a 0-mg bottle).

Compare to conventional cigarettes: "there are approximately 600 ingredients in cigarettes. When burned, they create more than 7,000 chemicals. At least 69 of these chemicals are known to cause cancer." - American Lung Association

E-Juice does not contain tobacco, tar, carcinogens or anti-freeze.  ​

​The words "vape" and "vaping" were recently added to the Oxford Dictionary. - August, 2014

Sale of electronic cigarettes to persons under 18 is prohibited by New York State Law.