How Nicocig E-Cigarettes Work (and How to Refill Them)
Thursday, 30 March 2017
Nicocig E-Cigarettes are some of the most popular electronic cigarettes in the UK. Used by thousands of people, they feature an incredibly simple system designed to make it easy to use, reuse and refill.
The Parts of the Nicocig E-Cigarette
A Nicocig e-cig is made up of just two parts – the battery and the cartomiser. This makes it easy to keep using and re-using, as well as making it simple to refill and replace the nicotine content.
The Nicocig Battery
The battery, unsurprisingly, provides power to the Nicocig e-cigarette. Designed to look like the tobacco-filled part of a cigarette, it utilises Lithium technology for long life. It can easily be recharged using a USB charger, enabling you to get power almost anywhere. It takes just four hours to fully charge from empty.
The Nicocig Cartomoiser
The Nicocig cartomisers are the part of the e-cigarette that contains nicotine. The liquid inside the cartomisers contains just water, propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerine (VG), flavouring and nicotine. This is the part that goes into your mouth and provides the flavour.
Made to look like a cigarette's filter, the cartomiser includes an atomiser built in (the atomiser is the part of an e-cigarette that converts liquid into vapour). Every time you replace the cartomiser, you’re also replacing the atomiser. This prevents the atomiser from becoming worn out, ensuring that flavour quality is maintained.
How the Nicocig Battery and Cartomiser Work Together
Once the cartomiser is connected to the battery, the two work together to give you the vapour you want. The cartomiser detects when you suck on it and draws power from the battery to active the atomiser inside. This transforms the liquid inside the cartomiser into vapour, which is inhaled to provide you with nicotine in a similar manner to a cigarette but without any additional toxins such as tar.