How to Use Vaporesso SKRR Tank - User Manual

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PRODUCT COMPONENTS


MAIN FEATURES


● Innovative QF air distribution system   Eliminating cold air intake for warmer,    richer flavors, increasing and optimizing    the airflow to create even bigger and    denser clouds than ever before!
● No more spit back   The bullet-shaped inner structure    change the air flow to prevent liquid    from coming up through the drip tip.
● Best leak protection   By having the QF airflow and an    internal reservoir design, we have    minimized the leaking and maximized    the use of your e-juice by recycling any    that potentially lost.
● Flax Fiber with Cotton    Longer coil lifespan & more consistent    flavor !


● Simple Locking Mechanism on drip tip

SPECIFICATIONS

Refillable tank capacity: 8/2ml
Dimensions: 59.85 x 30 x 30 mm(8ml) / 59.85 x 27.8 x 27.8 mm(2ml)

HOW TO USE SKRR Tank


1. Adjustment of Air Flow 


The bottom airflow system can be adjusted by twisting the airflow ring.


2. Filling E-liquid 

Unscrew drip tip to unlock the tank, rotate lid on the direction indicator and then you can fill your favorite E-juice in.



3. Changing Atomizer

Remove base to unscrew the coil and insert the new one. Secure the base back onto the device. There are a variety of coils available for SKRR Tank. Please select the coil you desire.

WARNING: 1. When using a new atomizer, after filling in e-liquid, let the tank stand for 5 minutes, so the coil can be saturated with juice before firing. 2. Refill the tank before the tank becomes completely empty in order to avoid dry burnt or damage to the atomizer 3. Keep it out of reach of children and pet

This refillable electronic cigarette is intended for use with compatible liquid, which may contain nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive substance and its use is not recommended for use by the following:

- Non smokers or persons under the legal smoking age
- Pregnant or breastfeeding women
- Persons experiencing heart disease, stomach or duodenal ulcers, liver or kidney problems, long-term throat disease or difficulty breathing due to bronchitis, emphysema or asthm

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