Do I need a lighter for my Ecig?
No, an Ecig is an electronic device. Do not try to light any E-Cigarette as it contains a lithium battery, which could explode if ignited.
How do I turn on the Electronic Cigarette?
Some e-cigarettes have an automatic battery - with this type of e-cig, you simply draw on the device as though you were smoking a normal cigarette. This usually applies to the smaller e-cigs. Most of the larger e-cigarettes are 'manual' - the battery has a button, which you press and hold to get your vape. When you are done, put it back in your pocket or carrying case. Remember there is no flame to extinguish!
How long will the battery last before needing to recharge?
E-cigarettes with small batteries, like the ROK mini, ROK Jet Black, smaller JACVapour e-cigarettes, Liberro Realis/ECD 'Rare' and eXhale iPack will need recharging every 30 minutes to 2 hours, although you may get half a day out of the JAC and eXhale batteries.
The bigger batteries, starting with EGO 650's (used on the Juicy Cigs VV Clearo kit and eXhale Kingo and CE5) will last all day - the same applies to 650 'VGO' batteries used on larger JACVapour e-cigs.
If you want something more powerful still, the ROKStar has one 900 MaH battery included, which will last a day to a day and a half, and you can also buy 1100 MaH batteries to use with the eXhale Kingo, Juicy Cigs VV Clearo kit, and other ego-based kits. Again, this applies to VGO-based kits.
Can I use a battery charger from one e-cig, on another e-cig?
No. Doing this is dangerous and could result in a small but somewhat unpleasant explosion!
Can I use my Ecig anywhere?
The E-Cigarette can be used legally almost anywhere and everywhere, even where traditional smoking is prohibited. The E-Cigarette is not lit and smoke is not produced. The smoke that you see is strictly a vapour or mist. Because the cigarette is not ignited and hence is not actually smoked, vaping an E-cigarette should not be prohibited under most laws that ban smoking in certain areas for public health purposes. If you are on private property please respect the individual outlet