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Distance Selling – The cooling-off period and your right to cancel.
If you buy something without face-to-face contact, you will usually have a ‘cooling off period’ of 14 working days. It lets you can cancel the order for any reason and get your money back. If you decide to cancel your order within the cooling off period, you must tell the trader in writing. You don’t have this cancellation right: when a new service starts immediately (eg paying for access to a website) if the item is personalised or made to order if the item is perishable, eg food or flowers for newspapers or magazines where the security seal has been broken on a CD, DVD or computer software if you buy something from an online auction like eBay – this is known as a private sale If you have already paid for the items or services, the trader must refund your money within 30 days of you cancelling the agreement. Buying from an online auction when the cooling-off period starts the seven working day cooling-off period usually starts on the day after you receive the goods. But the trader has to tell you in writing: your right to a cooling off period how to cancel your order who is responsible for returning goods who has to pay the cost of returning goods if you cancel in the cooling-off period information about any after-sales service the address to use for complaints If you don’t get this information, your cooling-off period extends up to a maximum of three months and seven working days. For example if the trader takes one month to tell you in writing, you get a cooling-off period of one month and seven working days.
Nicotine is classed as a poison in its pure form, taken in high enough doses, can kill. It is mandatory for
us to supply advice and warnings with this product.
Although an e-cigarette can mimic and satisfy the oral sensation of smoking we cannot and do not advertise e-cigarettes to be an aid for quitting smoking or nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). Anyone considering using an electronic cigarette should be aware of the relative lack of clinical knowledge that currently exists around both the long-term inhalation of propylene glycol (which is considered food-safe) and also the effects of nicotine itself, which are still subject to much debate and research. Nicotine is present in some pre-filled cartridges which can pose some health risks, especially in large doses or to those at greater risk i.e. young people, pregnant women, those with heart conditions or high blood pressure. If you are one of these people it’s best to consult your doctor or physician before using ANY nicotine product. You may not be able to use certain forms of nicotine if you have medical conditions that could interfere with use. Before using any product containing nicotine, tell your doctor if you have: heart disease, an irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure or chest pain; a jaw condition called TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disease; an overactive thyroid; diabetes; pheochromocytoma (tumor of the adrenal gland); liver or kidney disease;a stomach ulcer;
You may not be able to use nicotine, or you may require a dosage adjustment or special monitoring if you have any of the conditions listed below. The list below is not a definitive or exhaustive guide. Please consult your doctor or any nicotine product. Unless you have consulted a qualified medical practitioner about using products containing nicotine. The following groups should not use electronic cigarettes:
Sufferers of heart diseases
Sufferers of high blood pressure
Individuals with weak or impaired immune systems
Those who are allergic to nicotine and nicotine-based products
Children and young people under the age of 18
Lithium Battery Safety
Lithium batteries can provide extremely high currents and can discharge very rapidly when shortcircuited. Although this is useful in applications where high currents are required, a too-rapid discharge of a lithium battery can result in overheating of the battery, rupture, and even explosion. Don’t heat, incinerate or reverse polarity. Do not over-charge or over-discharge. Always use the correct charger for the batteries. If using unprotected batteries, ensure the charger has an auto-cut-off. Never leave batteries unattended when charging. Do not put batteries on wood surface or carpet when charging. Store safely in specially designed battery containers. Discontinue using battery when it fails to retain a charge or if it looks damaged in any way. We are not responsible for any damage caused by misuse or mishandling. Please dispose of safely and according to regulations