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~~ 1 SVD Unit - 2 iClear 30 Dual Coil Clearomizers w/ rotatable drip tip - 3 16-wick replacement coils - 1 Beauty Ring (which makes the larger tanks flush with the unit) - 1 Short Telescopic tube for the IMR-18350 Battery - 1 Long Telescopic tube for the IMR-18605 & 18500 Batteries - User manual - 1 Genuine Innokin Serial Number ***The reason why we put emphasis on the serial number is because Innokin is in the midst of a couple lawsuits against companies such as Fasttech.com, which has been selling fraudulent copies of their products. So until they can stop them, Innokin has labeled all its new products with a special serial code scratch off stamp on each product, which can be checked on their website. Specific Features and Specifications:: Variable Voltage: voltage can be adjusted from 3.3 – 6.0 volts in .1 volt increments. Variable Wattage: Wattage can be adjusted from 3.0 – 15.0 W in .5 watts increments. Short Circuit Protection. Reverse Battery Protection Circuit. Battery Voltage Detection. Resistive Load Detection ( Ohms meter ). ON/OFF battery switch. LED Battery Power Display. Low Voltage Warning. Overtime Vaping Warning. Telescopic Tube supports 18350, 18500 or 18650 batteries. Battery safety protection. 510 and eGo threaded, which means you can screw on almost any atomizers, cartomizers and clearomizers ( Thread fits iClear10, iClear16, iClear30, CE4, CE5, eGo, T2, T3, VIVI NOVA, 510, etc ). Remembers last set voltage or wattage when switching batteries. Built-in 3 digit display (Ohms meter, Volts /Watts, Atomizer voltage output). BASIC PARAMETER Dimension: (109.7-139.7) *Φ23.5mm Material: Stainless Steel Maximum Current Output: 5.0 Amperage Operating Voltage: 3.3V-6.0V Operating Wattage: 3.0W-15.0W


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We're constantly sampling new products and expanding our inventory in order to bring you the latest and greatest products. Serving the Big Country since 2010. Our goal is to provide our customers with excellent products, great prices and custom tailored service to each individual needs.

We are one of the premiere locations for surplus and retail e-cigarettes, e-liquid, e-cig kits, Vari-Volt Mods, Mech-Mods and assorted e-cigarette hardware. Our staff can custom prepare e-liquid to your tastes from amongst our assorted flavors and varieties, and can provide expert advice for any e-cigarette questions that you may have.


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E-Cigarettes: What the Research Shows


E-Cigarettes vs. Tobacco Cigarettes

Tobacco contributes to 5 million deaths worldwide a year. For centuries, cigarettes have remained basically the same: tobacco rolled in paper. What makes them so deadly are the estimated 4,000 chemicals they give off when lit. Some of those chemicals, like arsenic, formaldehyde, and lead, can cause cancer and a long list of other deadly diseases.
An e-cigarette is a battery-powered tube about the size and shape of a cigarette. A heating device warms a liquid inside the cartridge, creating a vapor you breathe in. Puffing on an e-cigarette is called "vaping" instead of "smoking." E-cigarettes also make chemicals, but in much smaller numbers and amounts than tobacco cigarettes.

What’s in E-Cigarettes?

The nicotine in e-cigarettes goes to your brain quickly. It can cause a brief feeling of relaxation and can lift your mood. As the nicotine leaves your system, your body craves another cigarette. Some research links nicotine to a higher risk of heart disease.  
While the amount of nicotine in e-cigarettes is far lower than in regular cigarettes, the doses can vary greatly by e-cig brand.
The other main chemicals in e-cigarettes are propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. They are used either separately or together as liquids to make the vapor.
Propylene glycol is a food additive and an ingredient in the fog machines used in clubs and theater shows. It has been through a lot of testing, and the FDA considers it safe for use in food and medicine. It's an ingredient in many food flavorings, toothpastes, and cough syrups. It has been linked to minor skin and lung irritation.
The FDA also considers vegetable glycerin safe for people to use, but there's not a lot of research to confirm its effects on health.  
There’s also a lack of research into what's produced when you "light up." The heat can create potentially harmful chemicals, although in amounts 9 to 450 times lower than in real cigarettes. The evidence isn't clear on the health effects of these lower amounts of chemicals.
Also worrisome is the rainbow of flavors added to make e-cigarettes taste like everything from mint to bubblegum. Although the FDA says these additives are safe enough to be eaten in food, "we don't have enough data showing the potential risk from inhaling these flavors," says Maciej Goniewicz, PhD, PharmD. He's an assistant professor at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y.
The sheer number of e-cig varieties on the market adds to the problem. "There are different models, different types, different brands," Goniewicz says. 
The chemicals in them can vary, too. That makes it hard to draw any conclusions about their safety.

Secondhand Vaping

Smoking doesn't affect just the people who light up. Everyone around you also breathes in chemicals released in the smoke. Secondhand cigarette smoke has been linked to cancer, heart disease, and many other conditions. So researchers want to know whether secondhand vaping is dangerous, too.
Goniewicz and his research team have measured the amount of chemicals in e-cigarette vapors. They found nicotine in the vapor, but levels of other toxic chemicals were too low to cause concern.
But he says more research is needed to look at the effects of secondhand vapor on people who spend a lot of time with long-term users, especially children. Research is also needed on secondhand e-cigarette vapor outside of the lab, in the real world. "I think there need to be more studies that measure the levels of real settings like restaurants and bars where people would really be using them," Siegel says.

Next Steps

Because there are so many unknowns about the possible health risks of e-cigarettes, the FDA is looking to regulate these products as it does tobacco cigarettes and smokeless tobacco products. It's not clear when these proposed regulations would go into effect.


For adults who smoke tobacco cigar​ettes, e-cigarettes may not be as dangerous, because they don’t have the same toxins as the tobacco kind, except for the nicotine.
"There's enough data to conclude that they are much safer than regular cigarettes, and for smokers who are having trouble quitting using other methods, they're much better off switching to electronic cigarettes," says Michael B. Siegel, MD. He's a professor at the Boston University School of Public Health.