Keep cartridges and fluid out of reach from children. Nicotine in its…
Keep cartridges and fluid out of reach from children. Nicotine in its pure form is a poison, and can cause harm. All nicotine cartridges and fluid must be kept in a safe place and away from children, as the amount of nicotine in a cartridge, if ingested by a small child could cause serious harm and medical assistance should be sought.
The 510 Titan e-cigarette USB charger will allow you to re-charge any of the 510 Titan e-cigarette batteries from a powered USB port.
On average a 510 Titan re-chargeable battery takes between 60-90 minutes to fully recharge. Having a spare USB charger allows you the flexibility to have more than one 510 Titan battery charging at a time and, when combined with the car adapter, allows you to charge batteries on the move.
Warranty & Product Care
This product comes with a 12-month warranty, which covers the component parts; this does not cover damaged wiring or improper use.
If any parts are found to be faulty within this time please contact our customer service team (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 0845 4753244) and we will arrange for a replacement. We may require the goods to be returned for further investigation.
Ensure threads are kept clean to guarantee full connection.
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WARNING: The Electronic Cigarette Company makes no claims that the electronic cigarette will cure a smokers addiction to nicotine; the electronic cigarettes it sells serves the same purpose as a tobacco cigarette- it delivers its user nicotine. If you do suffer from the disease of Tobacco/Nicotine Dependence Syndrome and want to take steps to give up smoking or cut down the quantity of cigarettes you currently smoke. We recommend you visit your health care provider to discuss NRT (Nicotine Replacement Therapy) or a tobacco harm reduction programme.
Please Note: We are not a pharmaceutical company and we do not produce medical products.