e-cigs Brand Rechargeable Electronic "Siggeret", $119.00* (www.e-cigs.com..)
Manufactured by e-cigs (www.ecigsbrand.com)
Last updated 04-28-14

Because of the nature of this product, my usual evaluation format will not be used. This will just be a brief informational page with three photographs, two spectrographic analyses, and two videos (a rather large instructional video, and a brief demo of me taking a couple a hits from it).

* This unit was sent to me free of charge (sans a few dollars for shipping) after I made a purchase on the ThinkGeek website.

 Size of product w/hand to show scale SIZE

To use your brand spanken new (or corroded old) e-cigs Brand Rechargeable Electronic "Siggeret", you'll want to first charge its internal battery. To do this, screw the furnished USB charging dongle into the end of the "siggeret" that you puff on, and plug it into any free USB port on your computer. Alternately, you may plug this into the rectangular opening in the furnished AC charger, and plug it into any standard (in north America anyway) 100 to 240 volts AC 50-60Hz AC receptacle (or, "wall outlet" or even, "wall socket" if you perfer) and let'er cook.

The charge cycle is complete when the orange LED "cherry" on the end of the "siggeret" turns off.

When this happens, unplug the USB dongle, unscrew it from the body of the product, and stash it in the furnished "pack".

The AC charger requires only a physical plug adapter to function planet-wide; you need not have a step-down transformer.

When you're ready to "smoke", screw one of the furnished nicotine cartridges into the end of the product that you toke on, and simply "smoke" it as you might a regular cigarrette. You may need to suck on it once or twice before it "catches", but that habit should not take a lot of time to learn.

There are no switches to fuss with or forget; the act of drawing air into it by sucking on the end triggers an air movement-sensitive momentary switch inside. This activates the unit only while you are taking a drag and automatically deactivates it when you stop sucking.

Each "filter" (nicotine cartridge) lasts approx. 2 packages (~40 regular cigarrettes), then you throw it in the garbage can and screw on a new one.

This "siggeret" tastes a H-E-Double-Tippy-Straws of a lot better than the other brands of E-Cigs I've tried.

The page where you can obtain replacement nicotine cartridges is www.ecigsbrand.com/webstore/e-cigarette-refill-cartridges.aspx

Photograph showing me taking a toke off the e-cigs Brand Rechargeable Electronic "Siggeret".

Spectrographic analysis
Spectrographic analysis of the orange LED (the glowing "cherry") in the end of this "siggeret".

Spectrographic analysis
Spectrographic analysis of the orange LED in the end of this "siggeret"; spectrometer's response narrowed to a band between 600nm and 620nm to pinpoint peak wavelength, which is 608.680nm.

The raw spectrometer data (comma-delimited that can be loaded into Excel) is at http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/46/e-cigs.txt

USB2000 Spectrometer graciously donated by P.L.

Video on YourTube demonstrating me using the product.

This video is approximately 14.55572345199 megabytes (14,780,058 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
It will take no less than seventy two minutes to load at 48.0Kbps.

Video on YourTube of a "tutorial" of sorts that shows how E-Cigs function.

Video was used with explicit written consent
{not just implied oral consent} of its author.

This video is approximately 73.25257856378 megabytes (73,559,481 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
It will take no less than three hundred sixty six (!) minutes to load at 48.0Kbps.
This vid is definitely ***NOT*** dial-up friendly!!!

This e-cigs Brand Rechargeable Electronic "Siggeret" was sent to me free of charge (sans a few dollars for shipping) after I made a purchase on the ThinkGeek website on 04-18-14, and was received mid-afternoon on 04-23-14.

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