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Frequently Asked Questions

How much flavoring do you put in your e-liquid/juice?

For optimal flavoring, it is recommended to use between 15 and 20% flavoring. We use 20% on all of our flavors.

Can I order extra flavoring if I want more than 20%?

Yes, there is an option for adding 50% more flavoring, which is recommended if you use mostly VG (vegetable glycerin) as your e-liquid base.

What is PG?

PG (propylene glycol) is the base liquid used in your e-liquid to make vapor.

What is VG (vegetable glycerin)?

VG (vegetable glycerin) is another type of base liquid used in your e-liquid to make vapor.

What is the difference between PG and VG?

VG is thicker than PG, so it makes larger plumes of vapor than PG does. PG is thinner than VG, so it carries the flavor better than VG does.

Which should I choose: PG or VG or a mix?

Some people prefer more flavor than vapor, so they use either all or mostly PG. Some people prefer more vapor than flavor, so they choose either all or mostly VG. Others want the best of both worlds, so they choose 50/50, half and half PG/VG.

Can I get whatever percentage of PG/VG that I want? Let’s say I want 80PG/20VG.

Not a problem. You can choose whatever mix you want, or leave it up to us by selecting the option “Pick Best for Me,” and we will determine what works best for the particular flavor you chose.

Should I choose extra flavoring if I am getting mostly VG?

Yes. VG is thicker, more dense, so flavor is not as pronounced as it is in PG.

Are all of the ingredients you use food grade and manufactured in the USA?

Yes, all ingredients are food grade, kosher, and are indeed made in the USA. Your e-liquid is made to order in California.

Since the juice/e-liquid is made fresh, will I need to steep my e-liquid for any period of time once I receive it?

Your e-liquid is ready to use; however, it does get even better over 2-3 days of steeping.

What ohm do I need?

An ohm is a measure of electrical resistance. Lower ohm = less electrical resistance = hotter atomizer = greater amounts of warmer vapor; likewise, higher ohm = greater resistance = cooler atomizer = cooler vapor. For example, 2.1-2.3 ohm lies somewhere in the middle. This rule doesn't apply with titanium-coiled atomizers.

Generally speaking, eGo batteries (3.3v/3.7v/4.2v) work well with any of the resistances, and it's a matter of personal preference. If you like a lot of warm vapor, you may prefer a lower ohm. If you are sensitive to the "plastic" or "burned" taste when first start using a brand-new Clearomizer, you may prefer a higher ohm. Like everything else in vaping, everyone's experience will vary and you will probably need to experiment to find out what is best for you.

How long does a vapor electronic cigarette last?


Atomizers operate in a pretty rough thermodynamic environment (temperature extremes, voltage variations, and differences in liquid, which caause the atomizer to deteriorate over time). The life of the consumables varies from person to person, dependent upon the use and habits of the individual user. Please note, due to the normal usage and limited life expectancy of atomizers, most vapor-cig companies only warranty them not to be "DOA" (dead on arrival). However,'s warranty on atomizers is a generous two weeks.

The average lifespan of an electronic cigarette atomizer is around 14-45 days, and a battery can be up to 90 days, dependent upon its care and how they are used and maintained. For maximum performance, we recommend the purchase of new atomizers every 30 days and batteries every 60days. Most users purchase extra (spare) vapor-cig atomizers and batteris when they place their initial order. We warranty our batteries for 30 days.

Here are some timps on maintaining your vapor cig. Vapor cigs contain lithium ion batteries, electronic circuitry, and microprocessors. Vapor cigs should be stored and handled with extreme care to extend their lifespan. Damage may occur if the battery is not charged properly or is used after the battery flashes, is dropped, or placed near magnets or electronic transmitting devices, such as cell phones and/or electronic keys, or is subjected to humidity, water, and temperature extremes. To get maximum life out of your batteries, follow the instructions concerning use and charging. The batteries should be used until they flash and then rechared and removed from the charger.

What is the difference betwen PG and VG eLiquid or eJuice? Which one should I select?

The PG that we use in our California-made Liquid/Juice recipes is always Medical-Grade propylene glycol, which is what is typically used in most all eLiquids/juices around the world. It is what makes the steam or the vapor. It is also used in nebulizers (breathing machines) for asthmatics.

The VG we use in our California-made eLiquid/Juice recipes is always ASDA-Approved Food-Grade vegetable glycerin. This also is what makes the steam or the vapor. VG is sweeter than PG. Some people are skin-sensitive to the PG, so VG is used instead of PG by these people. The PG is still the popular of the two, yet VG is gaining fast in popularity.

There are quite a number of people who like to use both VG and PG. I, for one, the owner of, enjoy both PG and VG mixed together. I like the VG because it's a bit sweeter and thicker than PG, thereby producing thicker vapor. I like to use PG as my main eLiquid and then add a couple of drops of my VG to it. Some people use VG as their main and PG as their "topper," especially if they happen to be one of those few who do have a bit of a skin sensitivity to PG.

Does your product contain nicotine?

Yes, it does, in high, medium, and low. You will feel the nicotine hit in the back of your throat. We also carry non-nicotine products.

Is The Vapor™ Electronic Cigarette Safe?

The Vapor™ Electronic Cigarette does not contain cancer-causing tar or emit carbon monoxide like regular tobacco cigarettes.

Can I start using The Vapor™ Electronic Cigarette right out of the box?

Yes, you can. After you attach the fully charged battery to your atomizer and insert a fresh cartridge, you are ready to go. Prime your e-cigarette by taking two tiny quick puffs to get the battery started. As soon as you start to inhale, the battery activates the light at the butt end of your e-cig. Inhale the e-cig just like you would with a tobacco cigarette, but inhale very lightly, slowly, and deliberately.

If ou inhale too long, your e-cig light will blink 10 times and the battery will turn off. This is a built-in safety measure to prevent you from taking in too much at one time. However, the amount of time in which you may inhale is sufficient enough to where you will receive a generous amount of steam/vapor without activating the battery light's warning blinks.

If you do inhale too long, after a brief moment, when yo uare ready for your next drag/puff, the battery will turn on again. The battery and light stays on while you are inhaling. If you see more than 20 blinks of your light, that means your batter charge is low and will soon need to be charged.

How long does the battery charge last?

If you smoke The Vapor™ Electronic Cigarette in the same manner and for the same amount of time as you would normal tobacco cigarettes, then the battery can last up to 2 days. However, if you are a full-tme, nonstop vaper, the battery will last between 5 and 6 hours of continuous smoking.

How long should I charge my battery for?

You may begin using your new VaporCig upon receipt. Once you notice your VaporCig battery blinking 20 times or not procuding much vapor, charge the battery for 5 hours. The next 2 charges should also be for 5 hours. You may use your VaporCig between the 5-hour charges. Subsequent charges will take anywhere from 2 to 3 hours, depending upon usage. The light on your battery charger will turn from Red to Green when it is ready to use again.

Does the cartridge come in different tastes or flavors?

Yes, our automized cartridges for The Vapor™ 1000 and The Vapor™ 2000 come in Marlboro, Camel, regular tobacco, menthol, cherry, apple, chocolate, coffee, and vanilla flavors.

Do the cartridges come in different strengths

Yes, they do. Our cartridges come in strengths of high, medium, and low.

Do you supply Euro adapters for your European customers?

Yes, we automatically do this for you when we are fulfilling your order.

Do you have cartridges that have zero nicotine?

Yes, we do carry zero-nicotine cartridges for people who have already quit smoking and do not want the nicotine. Nonsmokers also enjoy using The Vapor™ Electronic Cigarette using our zero cartridges. Some smokers us zero-nicotine cartridges as part of a stepping-down process in their nicotine usage.

What makes your high-density cartridges so special?

Our specially-designed, highly concentrated cartridges are the BEST on the market. Each long-lasting cartridge is equal to approximately two packs of cigarettes.

What is e-liquid?

Using e-liquid, in addition to our cartridges, is the best way to enjoy The Vapor™ Electronic Cigarette. It enhances your smoking experience by giving you a little extra "kick to your hit." In fact, it is even better than cigarette smoking.

E-liquid is used to refill the cartridges. Suppliers sell it by the bottle, and many Vapor smokers use the liquid to enjance their smoking/vaping experience. It is sold in different strengths, just like our cartridges: High, medium, low, and zero.

When the cartridge starts to lose its steam, adding a couple drops of e-liquid to the cartridge will produce more vapor.

What is RoHS?

RoHS is the abbreviation for "Restriction of Hazardous Substances." RoHS originiated in Europe and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic products.

What is CE?

CE stands for "Conformité Européenne." which is french for "European Conformity." When the CE symbol is affixed to a product, it is the manufacturer's declaration taht the product conforms to the essential requirements of all European directives. The essential requirements would include Safety, Public Health, Elextromagnetic Compatibility, and Consumer Protection, among other safety requirements.

Do you have a warranty?

Yes, we do. We have a 15-day warranty on atomizers and a 30-day warranty on batteries. Original sales receipt must be included. We offer exchange only on defective parts or product.

Does the vapor smell?

It has a slight aroma that dissipates with a second or two, just as steam does.

Why do some e-smokers us a syringe and an injector instead of an eyedripper to refill their empty or used cartridges?

Some e-cig smokers prefer to refill their cartridge by injecting it with the e-liquid rather than simply topping it off with a couple of drops. By injecting the e-liquid into an empty cartridge, this ensures that the entire cartridge is saturated.

What produces the steam or the vapor?

Propylene glycol makes the steam or the vapor, which is the main constituent of Blast™ and is also found in soft drink, popcorn, ice cream, cakes, Otter Pops, and cosmetics, several brands of eye drops and/or tears. It is also the "oil" that produces the steam or vapor in room vaporizers and nebulizers as a lubricant for asthmatics and others who suffer from respiratory problems. It is also found in antifreeze, along with water, and both are inactive ingredients. Propylene glycol is not a toxin; it is a lubricant, and that is why it is already widely used in so many consumable products.