How to Use Your Optima Cigs

If you are just starting to use e-cigarettes, or are interested in beginning, you may be wondering about how it’s done. Sure you are probably aware that it is quite similar to smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes, but exactly how they work, and exactly how you use them may be more of a mystery to you. Well, don’t fret, as we are going to let you know how these innovative electronic cigarettes work as they let you enjoy nicotine without tobacco! Above all, they really are so much more convenient than their combustible alternatives and if you are still smoking tobacco, you’ve got to give them a try!

How They Work

It’s all about technology in how they work. The parts come together to create a smoke-like experience. OPTIMA e-cigarettes are 2-piece e-cigarettes. This means they consist of a battery, which is the actual e-cigarette, and a cartridge that is filled with liquid and gets replaced when it has been used through. Inside of both the battery and the cartridge, are additional parts that contribute to the overall performance, and result in the excellent ability to get your smoke-free nicotine.

Setting up is simple. When you receive your starter kit, it’s advisable to charge your batteries to full capacity before the first use. After they have been charged, get your cartridges attached by simply screwing them on. Even though we offer two different battery sizes, High Capacity and Mini, they both work the same way, and use the same cartridges. To actually use your electronic cigarette, simply put your mouth to the mouthpiece and begin puffing, enjoy the nicotine, and repeat; that’s it!

Using electronic cigarettes is simple and easy, and if it doesn’t go over easily the first time, keep working at it. You can always give us a call, should you need anything in addition. We’re always here to help you enjoy our products to the fullest!

 

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