- Properties: Other, subox mini lite60
- Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: JOMO
- Model Number: Lite60
- Power Range: 1-60w
- Atomizer: Airflow adjustable
- battery capacity: 1600mah
- Tank: 0.4ohm 2ml Glass Tank
- Temperature Range: 200F-600F/100C-300C
- Packing: Transparent box
- Three: Black, silver, pink
- Working voltage: 3.2V-4.2V
- Resistance Range: 0.15-2.5ohm
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||JOMO packing or customize|
|Delivery Detail:||Shipped in 3 days after payment|
1) Mini size design with removeable lanyard, easy carry
2) Wide temp control range 200-600F, huge vapor
3) Three temp control styles: Ni, Ti, SS
4) Top refill, replaceable tank glass tube, replaceable coil
5) Rechargeable lithium battery and with smart phone 5pin micro usb port, can be charged with cellphone usb cable by AC power or PC power.
Q: What's vaping, how is it different from smoking?
A: Smoking involves igniting tobacco, or similar dried plant material, and inhaling the smoke that's produced. When "vaping," you warm a flavored liquid in a device heated by a battery and breathe in the mist that's created. It mimics the experience of smoking, without the lingering smell or density of smoke.
Q: So what exactly am I inhaling when I vape?
A: Vaping liquids — referred to as juice, e-juice or e-liquid — usually are propylene glycol- or vegetable glycerin-based. Juice ranges widely in price. The Vapor Club, for example, offers about 250 e-liquid flavors in 15 ml or 30 ml bottles, with prices ranging from less than $10 to about $40 for luxury brands. Water and flavors are added, trending toward sweet. Juice flavors often mimic desserts, cereals and drinks like mojitos and pumpkin lattes — which vaping critics say tempts teenagers and young adults.
Q: Can I get addicted to vaping?
A: Opinions vary. Unlike cigarettes, vapers have some control over how much nicotine they consume. Juice is sold with different liquid nicotine concentrations, ranging from 0 to 24 milligrams per milliliter. At this point, there are no federal regulations requiring labels listing exactly what's in your mix. Florida health officials say it's unknown whether using e-cigarettes, which mimics smoking, leads young people to tobacco products.