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What is a Crown7 e cigarette?

Crown7 offers an authentic cigarette experience without the offensive odor second hand smoke. Smokers who switch to Crown7 enjoy the high-tech alternative to traditional cigarettes. Crown7 emits a smoke-like water vapor.  Using a Crown7 electric cigarette gives you the sensation of smoking a traditional cigarette without the offensive smell, flame or second hand smoke.

 

How do I use a Crown7 e cigarette?

There is no need to turn the Crown7 electric cigarette on or off. The Crown7 electric cigarette has a built in sensor which activates when you inhale and turns off after you inhale. This means that it is only on when it is actually being used.

 

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What's inside the vapor?

The vapor is primarily propylene glycol, water, nicotine and flavor.

Electric cigarettes contain nicotine which is highly addictive. Therefore, the Crown7 electric cigarette is not recommended to be used by non smokers.  Crown7 offers cartridges with varying levels of nicotine and even a zero nicotine cartridge.

The vapor also contains propylene glycol. The vapor provides a realistic-feeling smoking alternative. 

 

How long does each cartridge last?

A single cartomizer is equivalent to about 1 1/2-2 packs of cigarettes.

 

How do I get the full value from my cartridges?

It is best to store your cartridges in an upright position with the mouthpiece end facing up. This will distribute the vapor fluid evenly, creating more vapor for longer.

 

Caution: USE CORRECT CROWN7 CHARGER POWER SUPPLY
Do not charge the Crown7 battery with any power supply other than a Crown7 battery charger. Use of any power supply not manufactured specifically by Crown7 for use could cause damage to the battery and will void the warranty.

 

Never leave a battery unattended while charging.

Crown7 uses a special lithium battery and charger, which cannot be replaced by other lithium batteries or chargers. The input supply voltage of the charger is DC 5V, 500mA, output DC 4.2V, 420 mA. When traveling, ensure that the local electrical supply is in accordance with these specifications.

 

Should I charge my battery before I use it?

The batteries are shipped partially charged, which is the best way to store Lithium Ion batteries. You should always fully charge a new battery straight from the box before using it.

DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERIES OVER NIGHT, REMOVE FROM CHARGER AS SOON AS THEY HAVE A FULL CHARGE, Usually 1 1/2 - 2 hours.

 

Can I leave my battery plugged in to charge overnight?

Your battery should be taken out of the charger as soon as it is done charging.  You will not need to charge your battery longer then 2 hours.  Like all Lithium Ion batteries, overcharging can ruin the lifespan of your e cigarette.

 

What is the best way to care for my battery?

Remember not to overcharge the batteries, unscrew the cartomizer if you will not be using the cigarette for an extended period of time, and carry them around in a protective case. A good care technique is to charge them BEFORE they are totally drained. You will increase the battery life if you don't run them totally down. This will ensure that your batteries last as long as they should.

 

How long should I expect my cartridges to stay fresh?

Cartridges are fresh for 12 months closed in the box and 3 weeks opened with the rubber caps taken off. The best way to store them is in a cool dark place.

 

What flavors can I choose?

Crown7 cartromizers come in Tobacco and Menthol flavor.

 

Which nicotine level should I get if I smoke…

Customers compare the levels to the following:

 

High (18mg) – Compare to a full flavored cigarette.

Medium (12mg) – Compare to a light cigarette

Light (6mg) – Compare to an ultra light cigarette.

Zero (0mg) – Same great taste - with zero nicotine.

 

Where can I smoke an electric cigarette?

Crown7 electric cigarettes do not produce any second hand smoke the way traditional cigarettes do. Crown7 electric cigarettes offer a smoking alternative that you can smoke in many non-smoking areas.

 

How To Use your Crown7 Liquid Refill:

To use the Crown7 liquid refill, remove cartomizer from the battery and simply pop off the white cap on the end of the cartridge. The white cap is located on the end of the cartridge that you put your mouth over to draw off of. To remove it simply use a tooth pick, paperclip or mini screw driver. Once you pop off the white cap the internals of your cartridge will be exposed. Now take your Crown7 liquid and drip 4-6 drops around the cotton filling on the inside of the cartridge. Let the liquid soak into the cotton filling. Once this is done put the white cap back on and take a paper towel and blow thru the cartridge to get any excess liquid out onto the paper towel. Make sure to wipe off any excess liquid around the cartridge and you are ready to use your refilled Crown7 cartridge.

 

What is the legal status of e-cigarettes?

The FDA will regulate e-cigarettes under its authority to regulate other tobacco products. The FDA has in the past detained or blocked incoming shipments of e-cigarettes from overseas manufacturers on the basis that e-cigarettes are unapproved drug delivery devices that must pass through the FDA's New Drug Application (NDA) process before they can legally be sold. Two e-cigarette importers and distributors, Smoking Everywhere, Inc. and Sottera, Inc., brought a lawsuit against the FDA and sought a preliminary injunction to prevent the FDA from regulating e-cigarettes as a drug delivery device and from stopping the importation of e-cigarettes into the U.S. while the case is ongoing. The e-cigarette distributors argued that because their products use nicotine derived from tobacco, e-cigarettes should be regulated as "tobacco products," subject to much more limited restrictions that do not require pre-approval by the FDA. The United States District Court for the District of Columbia granted the preliminary injunction. This ruling was affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in December 2010.22 In April of 2011, the FDA decided it will not seek further review of this decision, but rather will regulate e-cigarettes as tobacco products under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act in accordance with the court's opinion. In September 2009, the FDA announced that it will continue to bring enforcement actions against e-cigarette companies that make unsubstantiated health claims about their products. 

E-cigarette sales are also subject to state law. Various state attorneys general have brought lawsuits alleging that e-cigarette distributors have violated state law by selling to minors or making unsubstantiated health claims.