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Product Disclaimer:

Vapormax UK Ltd, DO NOT claim that ‘our’ electronic cigarettes will prevent or eliminate a smoker’s addiction to nicotine;

Vapormax electronic cigarettes and oils provide the same purpose as any conventional tobacco cigarette by delivering the user nicotine. If you suffer from Tobacco/Nicotine Dependency Syndrome, and you wish to take steps to give up smoking, and/or reducing the number of cigarettes you currently smoke, please consult your GP.

Warning Vapormax E-Liquid:

  • Toxic if swallowed
  • Exposure to skin and eyes is harmful
  • Protect from sunlight
  • Keep out of reach and sight of children
  • Store away from foodstuffs
  • Minors and pregnant women are prohibited from using this product
  • Dispose of in a safe way
  • Do not use if you are allergic to the ingredients
  • Not to be used by persons in ill health
  • If accident occurs seek medical advice

Warning: All Vapormax products are not to be used by persons under the age of 18, pregnant or breast-feeding women, or persons with or at risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or take medicine for asthma and or persons in ill health. Electronic cigarettes contain nicotine, which is addictive drug. If you are unsure of the effects on nicotine, please consult your doctor.  Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if you are allergic to any ingredients contained in our products. Vapormax e-cigarettes are not intended as nicotine replacement therapy. Regarding where you can use this product, please ensure that your use complies with rules and regulations of all entities which have jurisdiction.

Vapormax do not accept responsibility of any harm, damage or loss including death caused from the use of our products, directly or indirectly.

Lithium Ion Battery Safety

  • Avoid storing, using or charging batteries in extremes of temperature high or low
  • Only use charging equipment in good condition
  • Never use batteries which are damaged
  • Never leave batteries unattended and keep away from flammable material
  • Never submerge batteries in water
  • Dispose of old batteries in a safe way
  • Avoid overcharging

 

Lithium ion batteries can present a fire risk when short circuited, although majority of batteries we supply have short circuit protection the cautions are still relevant. We do not accept responsibly from fire damage to person or belongings including buildings and cars.

 

 


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