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ecig side effects
The power system in an electronic cigarette is relatively simple, using a rechargeable battery that
allows the ecigarette to be portable. Most ecigarettes have a USB charging facility to allow easy
charging on the move and need charging after around 3 hours of smoking time. The e-liquid used
in ecigarettes is what contains the nicotine; it may also be flavoured according to your personal
taste. There are a huge variety of flavours available, ranging from standard tobacco flavour for an
authentic taste, to more outlandish flavours such as bubblegum to rum. In an atomiser electronic
cigarette, the e-liquid is added to the cigarette's liquid holder manually, whereas in a cartomiser
style ecigarette the liquid comes in a pre-packaged cartridge.
In addition to the obvious health benefits that come from not smoking tobacco-based cigarettes,
switching to electronic cigarettes will also improve the health of your bank balance. The amount
you save will of course depend on the number of cigarettes you normally smoke. A 10 per day
smoker should save around £800 per year, whereas a 40 per day smoker could save well over
£3000 per year!
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