Vuse digital vapor cigarettes are manufactured and sold by RJ Reynolds Vapor Company. The latter is owned by Reynolds American Inc., which also owns the RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company, Santa Fe Tobacco Company, and American Snuff Company. Ironically, before Vuse Vapor was founded in 2012, the owner actively participated in anti-e-cig campaigns.
There are two versions of the Vuse Digital Vapor Cigarette: the Solo, and the System.
Cartridges are available in tobacco and menthol, with 48 mg nicotine content. Their refill cartridges are pretty expensive at $5.99/2 piece-pack, probably due to the amount of nicotine they put in. It is important to note, as well, that the maker does not explicitly tell on the packaging of the Vuse that the nicotine content is too high.
The Solo is sold at $10 per pack, while the System is out at approximately $30, with the same level of usability, vapor production, flavor, quality, and battery life.
As of present time, these e-cigs are only available in Colorado and NC. Online purchasing of this e-cig is unavailable since the manufacturer ‘disagrees’ to online e-cig shopping. On their site, their reason for this is their sincerity in keeping tobacco products away from minors. As a matter of fact, the maker is one of the lobbyists who asked the federal government to ban online sales of e-cigarettes.
It may not be very simple to access even their website due to the stringent process of requiring every visitor to register. They also visitors to include the last four digits of their SSN for age verification purposes.
As a conclusion, the Vuse Digital Vapor Cigarette is better when compared to other cig-a-likes when it comes to vapor quality. The flavor and throat hit may be satisfying for a few. However, the nicotine level in this e-cigarette makes it a heavy smoker’s vape, and is not advisable for those who intend to use the device for quitting smoking and nicotine at the soonest possible time.
Vuse Digital Vapor Cigarette
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