PAX Labs has always had a leg-up on the competition when it comes to vaporizers. Both the PAX and PAX II have triumphed over their competitors and we expect the very same from their newest endeavor into the world of e-cigs with the impossibly sleek JUUL.
JUUL delivers twice the amount of nicotine than other vapor products through a tiny vapor cartidge that seamlessly clicks into the body.
This thing is the iPod of e-cigs—not in the sense that it's been overrun by Bono and discontinued, but more in the vein that it challenges competitors by adhering to two sets of rules: none and their own.
It's an e-cig, but it certainly doesn't bare any similarities to your e-cig.
Barely larger than a flash drive, it's truly hard to grasp how a device as small as the JUUL could deliver such a robust punch of vapor when inhaled.
This isn't your beginner's e-cig—you're going to feel the nicotine hit you the moment you suck in.
A hearty battery life, internal temperature regulation system, and minuscule USB charger results in a totally easy-to-use and unobtrusive way to vape anywhere you want.
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