Putra Automatic Instructions
PUTRA AUTOMATIC Electronic Cigarette - NO BUTTON TO PRESS!!
Why the PUTRA Automatic?
The Putra AUTOMATIC is a refillable and rechargeable system. The cartromizer is refillable with e-liquid and the battery can be recharged. E-Liquid is not included. This is bought separately, with a choice of numerous flavours. The advantage over standard refillable systems is that there is no button to press to enjoy great vapour.
Charging the PUTRA Battery
The lithium battery comes already charged and will not need charging until exhausted. It is a bayonet style battery. When you need to charge it, you do not have to disconnect the battery from the cartomizer just push the special USB charger cable in to the base of the battery. Plug the USB connector into your computer or even your car if it has a USB connector. When the battery needs to be charged it will twinkle. When charging, the light is red and when the indicator light turns green, charging is complete. The battery is a long lasting Lithium battery with a capacity of 625 mAh. Charging time is 3-4 hours and the battery lasts for 500 recharges. When fully charged the battery powers over 500 puffs.
Refilling the PUTRA Cartomizer
Remove the mouthpiece by unscrewing it. Set the cartomiser at a 45-60 degree angle. Refill the cartomiser slowly, using your e-liquid dropper bottle, until the liquid reaches the 1.6 ml mark. Be careful not to spill the e-liquid into the centre tube
Using your PUTRA Electronic Cigarette
Just start to draw on your PUTRA e-Cigarette. There is no button to push and it is fully automatic.
Putra Clearomiser: 1.6 ml of e-Liquid
Putra Battery 625 mAh
Resistance : 2.0-2.4 ohm
Electronic cigarettes, like regular cigarettes should not be used if you are: under 18, during pregnancy, if you have heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or any other underlying medical condition or you are taking medication for asthma or depression. If in doubt ask your doctor for advice. Electronic cigarettes should NOT be used by non-smokers due to the addictive nature of nicotine and are NOT sold as a method to stop smoking.
No ash, No smell, No tar, smoke, passive smoking for non-smokers, including children
Smoke anywhere, Bars, Airports, Offices, Restaurants and all public areas
Tobaccos actually contain a lot of harmful substances that not many people realise are present. According to the Cancer Research UK site, among the 4000 harmful chemicals in tobacco, some of these are: Ammonia, Benzene, Acetone, Formaldehyde, Tar, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, Carbon Monoxide, Lead, Arsenic.